Tag Archives: Nan Bauer
10/3: Jig Saw: The Look, Part 1
When I started to think about directing onstage, I wanted to do a period show, preferably one set in New York. All along, two sources of inspiration kept popping into my mind. #1: Kay Thompson’s Eloise at the Plaza, indelibly … Continue reading
10/2: It Begins!
Welcome to the Jig Saw blog. Over the next 10 weeks, I’ll be chronicling the production of this show by the great and underappreciated writer, Dawn Powell. Why Jig Saw? (Which, by the way, Powell referred to in her diaries … Continue reading
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