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Sunday, March 21, 2021

Making Live Theatre Limitless Through Film and Digital Access: Conversation with the Founder of Stage Russia, Eddie Aronoff. by Irina Yakubovskaya

Stage Russia is an international Theatre HD project formed by Eddie Aronoff, an American producer living in Moscow. Since the pandemic, Stage Russia has expanded its programming across the w…

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Saturday, February 13, 2021

In Space, No-One Can Hear you Quarantine: San Diego Fringe Theatre Artists Discuss a Year-Long Collaborative Online Monologue Project. by Irina Yakubovskaya

The works of San-Diego-based theatre company Lonesome Whistle Productions thrive in the intersection of satire, improvisation, boundless imagination, and profound appreciation for innovative…

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Thursday, February 11, 2021

Exploring and Humanizing the Nuances of Black American History Through Theatre: Conversation With Playwright and Actor Stephen Sampson. by Irina Yakubovskaya

Driven by his appreciation for  authenticity and history, Stephen Sampson created his theatre company Greater Joy Productions to explore the power of original storytelling. In his play The …

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Monday, November 2, 2020

Creative Freedom and the Craft of Acting: Interview with Scott Fielding, Founder of Michael Chekhov Actor Studio in Boston. by Irina Yakubovskaya

Michael Chekhov Actor Studio Boston, or MCASB, has been one of the leading New England acting training institutions for over a decade. While the name of Michael Chekhov is in the title and D…

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Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Turning Challenges into Opportunities: Multicultural Multi-modal Conversations at the Conference “Theatre and Virtual Reality” in Saint-Petersburg by Irina Yakubovskaya

 As part of the XXX Baltic House International Theatre Festival, the conference “Theatre and Virtual Reality” took place on October 16 – 18, 2020 at the Baltic House Theatre in Saint …

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Friday, October 23, 2020

Raw, Revolutionary, and Painfully Honest: “Insulted. Belarus(sia)” by Irina Yakubovskaya

The new play Insulted. Belarus(sia) was written in September 2020 by Andrei Kureichik, a prominent Belarusian playwright and member of the Coordination Council of Belarus, about the first mo…

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Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Embodying inclusion through vulnerability of dance and multimedia performance: Heidi Latsky Dance Company. by Irina Yakubovskaya

Heidi Latsky is a dancer and a choreographer who puts her vision of an inclusive integrated world on display, unapologetically. Her dance company Heidi Latsky Dance has been at the forefront…

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Friday, August 14, 2020

What Immigrant Theatre Can Teach Us About Perseverance and Adaptation During Challenging Times: State vs Natasha Banina at the Arlekin Players Theatre by Irina Yakubovskaya

Creating live theatre performance during the COVID-19 pandemic is tremendously complicated. At Arlekin Players Theatre, a resilient Needham-based theatre company with Russian roots, challeng…

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Wednesday, May 6, 2020

Capturing the Ephemeral: Marc J. Franklin on Theatre Photography, Inspiration, and Community by Irina Yakubovskaya

His photography is undoubtfully radiating, soulful, with a hint of edgy energy. Marc J. Franklin is the Principal Photographer and Assistant Photo Editor at Playbill, and his work includes c…

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Friday, January 24, 2020

“Shear Madness:” Utterly Bostonian and World-Famous by Irina Yakubovskaya

This native Bostonian theatre production is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the longest-running play in the history of the USA.  Shear Madness has everything: intrigue, humo…

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All that Chat

Oct 06, 2019: Slave Play
Oct 17, 2019: The Sound Inside - Studio 54
Feb 01, 2020: The Minutes
Mar 31, 2020: Diana - Longacre Theatre
Apr 19, 2020: Sing Street - Lyceum Theatre
Dec 16, 2021: Diana - Longacre Theatre