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Keeping GRSF is up to you (04/20/2011)
From: Margaret Shaw Johnson

I love the Great River Shakespeare Festival! I love everything about it, as does my husband, Bruce. Bruce is an athlete. He never paid much attention to Shakespeare o ... 

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Arts for students through GRSF (04/13/2011)
From: Laurie Lucas

We are so lucky to have professional directors and actors who make “Will’s” English understandable! Through voice, movement and expressions Shakespeare’s stories come alive in p ... 

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Education, economic development and tourism (04/06/2011)
From: Tedd Morgan

My first experience with Shakespeare was in high school. I loved reading and literature, and I became an immediate fan. In college, I took courses devoted to studying Shakespeare’ ... 

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Field Report (11/03/2010)
By Paul Barnes -- 6 AM, Manhattan.

I’m on the last leg of four weeks of travel before arriving in Salt Lake City to begin rehearsals next week at Pioneer Theatre Company for “Irving Berlin’s White Christmas,” which wi ... 

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The Home Stretch (07/21/2010)
By Paul Barnes -- As I sit down to write this, there are two weeks left of the 2010 Great River Shakespeare Festival season. We’re about to enter the home stretch. By the time you read this, we’ll be well on our way t ... 

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GRSF: 2 Shakespeare plays, 1 musical, plus deals and lots of free stuff — now (06/27/2010)
By Paul Barnes -- Opening week is like being poised at the top of a ski jump, ready to take the plunge, hoping for a safe, smooth landing – and one that outdoes our last record-setting run.

Preview performances began  ... 

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Angels, balancing acts, free stuff (05/09/2010)
By Paul Barnes -- Angels

‘Tis the night before packing and all through the house. . .

I begin my drive to Winona tomorrow, and by the time you read this, I’ll be somewhere between Oregon and Minnesota, or, pending  ... 

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Friday Night in Pennsylvania (Winona on My Mind, Part II) (03/17/2010)
By Paul Barnes -- I’m in Lancaster, PA, about to open a production of Michael Frayn’s comic romp, “Noises Off” at the Fulton Theatre (featuring GRSF actors Christopher Gerson, Tarah Flanagan, Zack Fine, David Graham Jo ... 

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Jack Sparrow meets the Marble Boat, Argh! (03/03/2010)
From: Darrell Downs

Professor, WSU

A few years ago in a faculty newsletter, I drew attention to MnSCU’s (Minnesota State Colleges and University) paran ... 

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Magnetic Catholic Schools (02/24/2010)
From: Will Gibson

Winona is blessed with a strong network of Catholic schools which provides families faith-based, academically rigorous, and culturally enriching opportunities to grow in mind, bod ... 

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