Author: Eileen Moeller

Dear GRSF: How do artists respond to the current social climate in their work?

“Dear GRSF” is a new series for our newsletters where staff and company members at Great River Shakespeare Festival answer your questions about the “whys” and “hows” of our company. To submit a question, click here. Recently, a GRSF patron asked our leadership team, “How do you feel that your acting is responding to or…
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Perspectives on Outdoor Theater: Tarah

“Dear GRSF” is a new series for our newsletters where staff and company members at Great River Shakespeare Festival answer your questions about the “whys” and “hows” of our company. To submit a question, click here. Recently, a GRSF patron asked our leadership team, “Why don’t you perform outdoors?” Considering that many theaters may now…
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Perspectives on Outdoor Theater: Paul

“Dear GRSF” is a new series for our newsletters where staff and company members at Great River Shakespeare Festival answer your questions about the “whys” and “hows” of our company. To submit a question, click here. Recently, a GRSF patron asked our leadership team, “Why don’t you perform outdoors?” Considering that many theaters may now…
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Perspectives on Outdoor Theater: Aaron

“Dear GRSF” is a new series for our newsletters where staff and company members at Great River Shakespeare Festival answer your questions about the “whys” and “hows” of our company. To submit a question, click here. Recently, a GRSF patron asked our leadership team, “Why don’t you perform outdoors?” Considering that many theaters may now…
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Perspectives on Outdoor Theater: Melissa

“Dear GRSF” is a new series for our newsletters where staff and company members at Great River Shakespeare Festival answer your questions about the “whys” and “hows” of our company. To submit a question, click here. Recently, a GRSF patron asked our leadership team, “Why don’t you perform outdoors?” Considering that many theaters may now…
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Perspectives on Outdoor Theater: Doug

“Dear GRSF” is a new series for our newsletters where staff and company members at Great River Shakespeare Festival answer your questions about the “whys” and “hows” of our company. To submit a question, click here. Recently, a GRSF patron asked our leadership team, “Why don’t you perform outdoors?” Considering that many theaters may now…
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Dear GRSF: Why are your tickets so expensive?

“Dear GRSF” is a new series for our newsletters where staff and company members at Great River Shakespeare Festival answer your questions about the “whys” and “hows” of our company. To submit a question, click here. Recently, a GRSF patron asked our leadership team, “Why are your tickets so expensive?” Answer by: Eileen Moeller, Marketing…
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Dear GRSF: What determines whether you make a costume from scratch or buy it?

“Dear GRSF” is a new series for our newsletters where staff and company members at Great River Shakespeare Festival answer your questions about the “whys” and “hows” of our company. To submit a question, click here. Recently, a GRSF patron asked our leadership team, “ What determines whether you make a costume from scratch or…
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Dear GRSF: How do you determine when to tinker with the time, setting, character gender vs. when to leave it in the traditional setting?

“Dear GRSF” is a new series for our newsletters where staff and company members at Great River Shakespeare Festival answer your questions about the “whys” and “hows” of our company. To submit a question, click here. Recently, a GRSF patron asked our leadership team, “How do you determine when to tinker with the time, setting,…
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Dear GRSF: Do you believe in color blind and gender blind casting?

“Dear GRSF” is a new series for our newsletters where staff and company members at Great River Shakespeare Festival answer your questions about the “whys” and “hows” of our company. To submit a question, click here. Recently, a GRSF patron asked our leadership team, “Do you believe in color blind and gender blind casting?” Answer…
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