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Attention Dog Lovers: Don’t Miss ‘The Misadventures of Rick the Strangler’ or Rick and Amos Might Just Come Find You!

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by Angela Imperial Staff Writer Hit man. Check. Hot Nurse. Check. Talking dog. Check. The world premiere of The Misadventures of Rick the Strangler written and directed by Brian Peterson is a fun… Continue reading

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‘Around the World in 80 Days’ Offers a One-Way Ticket to Imagination

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By Melissa Gordon Staff Writer The International City Theater commemorates its 28th season with Around the World in 80 Days, a show that succeeds in taking audiences to a whimsical place of comedic self-discovery.… Continue reading

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Arts Management Grad School: One Year Down, One Year to Go

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by Selene Santiago Staff Writer “Arts Management?  What’s that?”  I often get this question from folks who aren’t in the not-for-profit world.  A perplexed expression topped with furrowed eyebrows gazes steadily into mine… Continue reading

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A New Hope for Arts Education

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By Oscar T. Basulto Staff Writer I quit teaching middle school almost ten years ago because I grew tired of dealing with what I perceived as a lack of support from school and… Continue reading

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