Category Archives: Law and Theater

This category is for posts dealing with the portrayal of the legal system on stage.

PLAYERS ANONYMOUS’ “BREAKING THE 4TH WALL” PODCAST INTERVIEW, PART II

  UPDATE: It appears that the “Breaking the 4th Wall” podcast is no more. Alas. I have taken the link information off of the post below. It was a fun interview. If someone out there is more tech-savvy than I … Continue reading

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PLAYERS ANONYMOUS’ “BREAKING THE 4TH WALL” PODCAST

UPDATE: The “Breaking the 4th Wall” podcast is no more. I have taken the links out of the post below. I was recently interviewed for a local theater podcast. Because of my background in both theater and law, the folks … Continue reading

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LAW AND THEATER: “SAVAGES” PART I (HISTORICAL BACKGROUND)

LAW AND THEATER   “SAVAGES” PART I (HISTORICAL BACKGROUND)   The next project for my “Law and Theater” discussion is Anne Nelson’s 2007 play “Savages” (not to be confused with Christopher Hampton’s play of the same name). In a sense, … Continue reading

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