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Interview with a Playwright: Andrew Saito on writing Mount Misery

Q: How did the idea of writing Mount Misery come to you? Saito: While riding a stationary bike at the University of Iowa gym, I read an article about...

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5 Things Antigone Can Teach Startups

Rather than presenting life as it is, our productions inspire others to make connections to their own lives and work and to see grey areas instead of looking at...

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Sophocles’ Theban Plays

Oedipus the King – written after Antigone, chronologically first in the series Oedipus is given a prophecy stating that he would kill his father and marry his mother. He...

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Interview with Antigone Translator Daniel Sullivan

Carissa Ibert, dramaturg, sat down in conversation with Daniel Sullivan, who translated our new version of Antigone. Read on to learn all about his process and experience with Cutting...

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HowlRound interviews Suzanne Appel

Local dramaturg Laura Brueckner interviewed Cutting Ball's Managing Director, Suzanne Appel, about integrating resident playwright Andrew Saito into the company. Follow the link below to read the whole thing,...

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Superheroes: Meet the Cast #2

Have fun getting to know two more of our Superheroes cast members: Donald E. Lacy, Jr. and Britney Frazier! Donald E. Lacy, Jr. is a writer, director, actor, comedian,...

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“Theater and Justice” lecture by Frank Wu

"Theater and Justice" A lecture by Frank Wu Dean of Hastings Law School Following an introduction by Cutting Ball artistic director and founder Rob Melrose, Dean Frank Wu kicked...

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Superheroes: Meet the Cast #1

Cutting Ball is thrilled to introduce two of the actors from the cast of Superheroes: Delina Patrice Brooks and Myers Clark! Delina Patrice Brooks, a Bay Area native, is...

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News From Poland #1: Out here in the woods…

First day with Matej and the actors had only been here for 14 hours. We got an incredible amount of work done. It’s very VERY exciting for everyone. The...

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Teatr Zar: Grotowski 2.0

In just a few weeks, as many of you followers of The Antigone Project probably know, the cast and team of Antigone is journeying to Poland for a two-week...

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