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  • On Being Himself

    March 01, 2013

    Posted By: Emer Kelly and Jonathan Courtemanche

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  • Can You Take It With You?

    February 13, 2013

    Posted By: Emer Kelly

    One of our current mainstage productions, You Can’t Take It With You, is based around the simple premise that the material wealth we accumulate in this life cannot be transferred into the afterlife. This is a belief held by the majority of Westerners today but we thought it might be fun to see how that translates into different cultures, both modern and historical, around the world…

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  • I Swear to You

    January 25, 2013

    Posted By: Lauryn Sasso

    David Mamet’s plays are notable for a variety of signature characteristics, including a propensity for hard-driving characters with noticeably foul vocabularies. His trademark, easily-recognizable style of dialogue has influenced the generation of writers that matured over the last quarter-century, and has become so ingrained into our cultural fabric that it has been given its own moniker – “Mametspeak.”

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  • 101 Costumes and 23 Wigs: Costuming The Heidi Chronicles

    January 18, 2013

    Posted By: Emer Kelly

    Staging a production of The Heidi Chronicles involves a mind-boggling number of costumes and an amazing number of hair pieces. Just for starters there are 101 outfits, 23 wigs, 5 mustaches, 3 sets of sideburns, 1 hair hat, and 1 hair band. Only a truly talented designer could pull all of that together in a way that is enhances the telling of the story, and that is exactly what we have with Jennifer Caprio. We sat down with her on a cloudy, January day to talk process, influence, and inspiration.

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  • (re)Making the Declaration of Independence

    November 14, 2012

    Posted By: Braden Joyce-Schleimer, Artistic Apprentice

    What’s a scrim, you may ask? It’s essentially a sheer, flat curtain that covers the entirety of the theatre’s vertical space. Take a look, and you’ll see how it’s made…

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  • A day in the life of Braden Joyce-Schleimer, Asolo Rep’s one-and-only Artistic Assistant

    October 15, 2012

    Posted By: Braden Joyce-Schleimer

    You’ve probably heard of Michael Donald Edwards. Yeah yeah, okay. But who’s his right-hand man? His protégé, if you will? That’s me. Braden Joyce-Schleimer, assistant to the Producing Artistic Director of Asolo Repertory Theatre.

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  • Double, Double, Toil and Trouble

    October 04, 2012

    Posted By: Emer Kelly

    Macbeth has been given a fresh new look under the direction of Dmitry Troyanovsky. The touring show will be presenting 60-minute versions of the play to schools and community centers across Florida for the next two months. The company members are all third-year FSU conservatory students who have been split into two casts, the Sound Cast, and the Fury Cast. I sat down with the two Macbeths to talk fighting, ambition, and desire.

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  • Asolo Rep Explores The American Character

    September 12, 2012

    Posted By: Emer Kelly

    We’re getting ready up to kick off the 2012-2013 season, and what a season it will be! We have some fantastic shows lined up and are very excited for the year ahead.

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  • What a Season!

    June 28, 2012

    Posted By: Emer Kelly

    We're coming to the end of the 2011-2012 season, and what a great journey it has been!

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  • Wearing Our Hearts On Our Sleeves

    January 25, 2013

    Posted By: Emer Kelly

    Love, Loss, and What I Wore opens at Asolo Rep and reminds us of the importance we place on our clothing.

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