BOLLA by Pajtim Statovci

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Reviews are in for Tyler Kent’s latest audiobook narration!

“Michael Crouch and Tyler Kent narrate this novel about a couple who must keep their love a secret in this triggering but honest look at the ethnic war in Kosovo in the mid-1990s. Portraying Milos, Crouch shows off his vocal control as he exudes the bottled rage that arises out of abuse and persecution. Listeners should keep tissues handy as Crouch’s heartbreaking narration will move them to tears. Kent portrays Arsim, a poor man in a loveless marriage who hides his homosexuality, both before, during, and after the war. Kent verbally ages the character and changes his tone so listeners feel each emotional blow–making them ache to do anything to help him. A.R.F. © AudioFile 2021, Portland, Maine [Published: OCTOBER 2021]”

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Hero: An Origin Story, at NYMF 2019

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The Hope Frieze, with the Brickabrack ensemble

Upcoming in May: The Hope Frieze

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BrickaBrack presents: The Hope Frieze – Part One

Old Globe / USD Showcase: coming to LA (9/28) & NY (10/5)

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Showcase postcard - with links

Old Globe’s ‘Comedy’ delivers laughs and all that jazz (San diego Union Tribune)

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Comedy of Errors on

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Photos from my current production of Comedy of Errors are up at! Have a look:

Comedy of Errors at The Old Globe

For tickets go here! Comedy of Errors plays through September 20th, 2015.

The Best MFA Theatre Programs in the Country ~ Acting

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Chris Peterson, On Stage Editor-in-Chief, names the Old Globe among the top 5 MFA programs in the country.


Chris Peterson / OnStage Editor-in-Chief

Last week, we posted the top BFA musical theatre, acting and design/tech programs in the country. Getting your BFA is a huge accomplishment, but if you want to take your education to the another level, getting your MFA is the next step. So today, here are the best MFA programs in the country. We’ll once again break it down to musical theatre, acting and design/tech. Schools are ranked based on a criteria that includes, cost of program, facilities, training, faculty, alumni among others. Some of these programs might have appeared on the previous lists but keep in mind we’re taking about MFA programs.Tonight we move on to Acting.

 Honorable mentions:  Brown University/Trinity Rep, UC-Irvine, DePaul University, The Juilliard School, University of Missouri-Kansas City

5. University of San Diego – Old Globe / San Diego, CA


The University of San Diego offers an MFA in Dramatic Arts in collaboration with the world renown Old…

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Up Next: RECKLESS @ the Old Globe / USD

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Date and Time:

Saturday, April 12, 2014 – Wednesday, April 16, 2014


Sacred Heart Hall Studio Theatre


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by Craig Lucas Directed by Richard Seer

Saturday, April 12 at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, April 13 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 15 at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 16 at 7:30 p.m.

Rachel is a bubbly, giddy suburban wife who loves Christmas, and this one is shaping up to be the perfect holiday … until she discovers her husband has hired a hit man to kill her. Join us for this hilarious dark comedy The New York Times calls “a bittersweet Christmas fable for our time.”

$10 general admission; $8 student, senior, active military. Tickets on sale at the Hahn University Center Box Office starting March 28. Call (619) 260-2727 for tickets.


November 9-17: Much Ado @ The Old Globe

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November 9-17: Much Ado @ The Old Globe

More news about my forthcoming production of Much Ado About Nothing in the Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre at The Old Globe.

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