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What Does Harvey The Rabbit Represent?

Well, I’ve wrestled with reality for thirty-five years, Doctor, and I’m happy to state I finally won out over it. Elwood P. Dowd; Harvey by Mary Chase Harvey the rabbit is a character from a 1944 Pulitzer prize-winning Broadway play written by Mary Chase. The play was adapted into a film in 1950 starring James […]

Theater, Unprecedented: Black Playwrights Make Theater in the Digital Space

Now in its 43rd year, Playwrights Foundations’ annual Bay Area Playwrights Festival (BAPF) presents five new works, this year by five women playwrights. Established in 1976, BAPF is produced by Playwrights Foundation, a Bay Area organization whose work primarily encompasses programs fostering emerging playwrights and their work, new play development, and career development for theatermakers. […]

Curtain Call: The Tales of Desperaux is a Family-Friendly Affair With Cross-Generational Appeal

From the first song — including a prologue, a love letter to librarians and storytelling — it was clear you that, by sheer talent alone, the Pig Pen Co. Theatre production would appeal to any age demographic in attendance. The tale is one that’s, say, been told in some manner more than a few times: […]

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