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The Appropriation of Classical Literature Forms from an Improvisational Perspective

An early draft of my graduate school thesis was my theory is that Del based the Harold form on the Petrarchan Sonnet. Normally you break down a sonnet thusly by mapping the rhyme scheme: Stanza 1: A B A B … Continue reading

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Speaking of Shows… (Someone must have been speaking of shows!)

If you missed my class performing the “Impasto” at the PIT theater last week, you are in luck!  We’ve got two more shows! After our last class with Rebekka Johnson, we are ready to graduate. Tonight at 7pm and June … Continue reading

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NEXT SHOW: Sporknotes, “Yeah, We don’t remember either…”

A team of highly unskilled non-academics perform improvised abridged versions of the great works of literature as chosen by the audience based on nothing more than an unabridged plot summary. Conceived & Directed by Jason Tyne Production Manager P. William … Continue reading

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