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Waking the Dream

By Aliya Charney This past Wednesday marked the beginning of the end of Cal Shakes’ historic 40th anniversary season. This summer alone, our audience has travelled back in time and around the world onstage: from segregated Southside Chicago, to the … Continue reading

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A Pound of Flesh (and Further Adventures at the USITT Annual Conference)

Cal Shakes Costume Director Naomi Arnst blogs from this year’s USITT (United States Institute for Theatre Technology) Annual Conference & Stage Expo in Milwaukee. Wednesday 3/20: THE CONFERENCE BEGINS! The first session for costumers was on building tutus, led by … Continue reading

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Cal Shakes’European Vacation (OK, so it’s really our Costume Director’s trip to a costuming symposium, but …)

The following was written by Cal Shakes Costume Director Naomi Arnst. rth of the Victoria and Albert Museum announced that, at the the Costume Colloquium in November of this year, several institutions were planning a tribute to Janet Arnold, on … Continue reading

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