Tag Archives: “Jon Moscone”

I’m nervous but I am in love.

Monday August 3, 2009 Sorry, folks. Took a couple of days off of blogging. Have frankly been quite exhausted, physically that is, not mentally or spiritually, from this week’s work. But I have to say, I am in a place … Continue reading

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Finding how to play the darkness lightly.

Another in the ongoing series of dispatches from inside the rehearsal process for Samuel Beckett’s Happy Days, written by the show’s director (and Cal Shakes’ Artistic Director) Jonathan Moscone. Saturday July 25, 2009 So I was on my way to … Continue reading

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The heart onstage.

The latest in a series of dispatches from inside the rehearsal process for Samuel Beckett’s Happy Days, written by the show’s director (and Cal Shakes’ Artistic Director) Jonathan Moscone.July 24, 2009—it’s so beautiful, so sad, so oddly heartening. The theater … Continue reading

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Full of disappointed wishes and dreams, but enduring nonetheless.

The latest in a series of dispatches from inside the rehearsal process for Samuel Beckett’s Happy Days, written by the show’s director (and Cal Shakes’ Artistic Director) Jonathan Moscone. Wednesday July 22, 2009 Yesterday we had an unexpected day off … Continue reading

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Learning How to Learn the Play, or”It’s pretty funny, watching a woman brush her teeth in a pile of earth.”

What follows is the second in a series of dispatches from inside the rehearsal process for Samuel Beckett’s Happy Days, written by the show’s director (and Cal Shakes’ Artistic Director) Jonathan Moscone. Sunday, July 19, 2009 So, as planned, Marsha … Continue reading

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Letters from Verona

This is the second actor blog of the season; this one is written by Marilet Martinez, a member of the Romeo and Juliet ensemble who is also serving as Assistant to the Choreographer, MaryBeth Cavanaugh. It’s hot here! No really, … Continue reading

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Just Like Riding A Bike

When we announced our 2009 season you may have noticed that our very own Jon Moscone will be directing Romeo & Juliet. What you may not have realized is that the last time he took on Shakespeare for our stage … Continue reading

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Where’s J-Mo? Or, What Our Artistic Director’s Been Up To.

In between drafting opening letters for the Twelfth Night program, weighing in on gala themes, and deciding our 2009 season (to be announced this Wednesday!) our fearless leader has spent the last month in the savage republic of Boston, directing … Continue reading

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Elijah Alexander Spills All About Brangelina, Jon Moscone, and the Tawdry World of Working Actors!!

Gotcha. The first preview for An Ideal Husband is tonight, and opening weekend is just a few lovely stumbling steps away. So our own Lord Goring, Elijah Alexander, sat down for a great interview with Chad Jones. Read the article … Continue reading

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Jonathan Moscone on cows

Courtesy of Jay Yamada, our man on the Ideal Husband tech weekend scene: Jonathan Moscone on the cows on the hill beyond the stage mooing:“It’s so not An Ideal Husband. It will work with Uncle Vanya. It would work with … Continue reading

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