Category Archives: Directors’ Notes

Director’s Notes for Bikini Beach Bacchae

By Paul Miailovich This is the third time I have directed a version of The Bacchae.  I keep coming back to this 2400 year old play for several reasons.  First, because a significant portion of the original has been lost, … Continue reading

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An Ideal Husband by Oscar Wilde

The following post is by Marti Hale, director of An Ideal Husband, opening at the Knightsbridge on May 6, 2011. Oscar Wilde wrote An Ideal Husband over a hundred years ago – a play about morality, marriage and forgiveness.   Surely … Continue reading

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Twelfth Night Director’s Notes

From the program notes for Knightsbridge’s 2011 production of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, by Director JC Gafford Thank you for attending our traditional 16th Century Twelfth Night Celebration.  Well, truth be told, our Twelfth Night Celebration is a sort of condensed … Continue reading

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More Thoughts About A Scrooge and Marley Christmas Carol

By Rene Guerrero, Director of A Scrooge and Marley Christmas Carol Wow.   I can’t begin to tell you all the things I feel about this show. I got to take an idea and a thought from the page to … Continue reading

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A Scrooge and Marley Christmas Carol

By Rene Guerrero, Director of A Scrooge and Marley Christmas Carol (The following are the director’s notes from our program.) ‘Tis the season to don your Gay Apparel and put on your Jingle Bells!  This has been a process of … Continue reading

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