Glory in the Floorlamps: How the Theatre Became My Church
Both church and theatre demand from their followers the suspension of disbelief, and the ability to inhabit an imaginary set of circumstances in lieu of the known.
Rent yes. all glorious this, this, this; in this I believe.
Varieties of Scientific Experience,
Make your confession.
MethodMarathon Man, Lincoln.
this, this, this, Rent this
As You Like It,
(This, this, this.)
This, this, this,
Brittany K. Allen is a New York-based writer, performer and library goblin. Her short fiction and essays have been published on The Toast, The Tishman Review, and Green Mountains Review, among other places. Her plays have been heard or developed at The Lark, Ars Nova, and Ensemble Studio Theatre, among other other places. She's a proud member of Youngblood, the award-winning young playwrights collective at Ensemble Studio Theatre.
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