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"Avast and be forewarned — pirates have entered the Hudson Valley!" See 'Pirate' on the Powerhouse stage (Poughkeepsie Journal, 22 July 2010).

Theater writer Edward Meisel sat down with writer and director John Patrick Shanley and actors Charlotte Parry and Bill Camp to discuss Pirate. Shanley explained that: "Even though I wrote the play, it is only through the investigations of the actors that I have come to completely understand what I wrote, as well as how to put it across to an audience. To write a play is one thing, but it is when you give it to the actors to perform that you find out exactly what it is. You can't complete the entire thing until you see it away from you across the room."

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Powerhouse Theater announces casts for Readings Festival 2 (7/29-8/1) and workshop of "1940's Radio Hour" (7/31).

Vassar & New York Stage and Film's Powerhouse Theater is pleased to announce the casts of the six final readings for the 2010 season, including new works by Eve Ensler, Romulus Linney & Eleanor Cooney, Steven Sater & Duncan Sheik, Kate Walbert, Patricia Wettig, and Jennifer Westfeldt (screenplay), as well as a special workshop based on Walton Jones' 1940's RADIO HOUR, directed by Mark Linn-Baker.

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Read the article "Manifesting Evil: John Patrick Shanley's 'Pirate' offers a look at the dark side of the soul" (Northern Dutchess News, 20 July 2010).

"Manifesting evil: John Patrick Shanley's 'Pirate' offers a look at the dark side of the soul." Writer Kristine Coulter sits down with cast members Bill Camp (Pirate) and Charlotte Parry (Portia) to discuss John Patrick Shanley's latest play to debut at Powerhouse (Northern Dutchess News, 20 July 2010, PDF).

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"A brand-new show about life and love seen through an Italian lens" is offered in "My Life with Men - and Other Animals" (Poughkeepsie Journal, 16 July 2010).

Writer Kathianne Boniello finds Maria Cassi and Patrick Pacheco's 'My Life with Men - and Other Animals': "A spontaneous stop at the theater, a bottle of wine and a night with newfound friends: Combined, it's the perfect recipe for a brand-new show about life and love seen through an Italian lens."

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