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Prepare To Rove
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In 2012, thirteen actor-scholars gathered in an old Masonic Building to build a company. These students were the first to pursue Mary Baldwin College’s MFA in Shakespeare and Performance under... More > the new company model, a model in which the students were in charge of selecting a season, marketing, dramaturging, acting, directing, casting, writing, and budgeting for a company that they named Roving Shakespeare. As the twelve chapters in this book demonstrate, Roving Shakespeare and the company model forced them to collaborate in new ways and gave them a stronger understanding of scholarship and practice. These chapters represent the multi-faceted approach that governed the work of one MFA company throughout one year; they record the company’s successes and failures and share the information gained by working in this unique manner.< Less
Rogue Shakespeare: Scholarship and Stagecraft in an Ensemble-Based MFA Company
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Rogue Shakespeare was Mary Baldwin College’s 2013-14 Shakespeare and Performance MFA class. Twelve students embarked on a one-year journey to put scholarship into practice by collaboratively... More > producing and performing in six early modern or early modern inspired theatrical works in a range of venues and in a variety of styles. Our home venue was the recreated Blackfriars Playhouse, benefiting from the college’s partnership with internationally acclaimed American Shakespeare Center and combining academic and applied aspects of Shakespearean theatrical studies. Our diverse interests and backgrounds coalesced into an ambitious “Season of Treason” which roguishly challenged textual authenticity, cultural gender norms, and modern Shakespearean theatrical practice. The twelve essays in this book collectively discuss and debate the processes and results of our one-year MFA theatre company.< Less
The Descendants of Governor Thomas Welles of Connecticut and his Wife Alice Tomes, Volume 2, Part A
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Gov. Thomas Welles came to New England in 1635, settling in Hartford in 1636 and moving to Wethersfield in 1646. The Welles Family Association presents in Volume 2 the fifth-generation descendants of... More > Gov. Thomas Welles and his first wife, Alice Tomes. The genealogy includes descendants in both the male and female lines. Part A covers those descended from Mary (Welles) Baldwin, Ann (Welles) (Thompson) Hawkins, and John Welles. The fifth generation fought in the French & Indian and Revolutionary Wars. It included farmers, generals, judges, government leaders, college presidents, silversmiths, housewives, poets, ministers, deacons, and medical doctors. Family names include Baldwin, Bostwick, Chester, Curtis(s), Clarke, Hawkins, Judson, Lewis, Nichols, Shelton, Walker, Welles, and Wells. From Hartford, Wethersfield, Milford, Farmington, and Stratford, families spread to new towns in the Connecticut Hills, and to Massachusetts and upstate New York.< Less
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