Monthly Archives: August 2011

3 Things I like about Writing – Oscar Hallas

Oscar Hallas is a DTA grad about to head off for Knox College. He wrote several plays as a teen, many of them in DTA’s Writers Project. 1: I like the process of connecting the various related ideas I have … Continue reading

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3 Ways Downtown Art Could Change Your Life

by Michela Garabedian, company member Downtown Art’s influence on my life has been far-reaching and incredibly positive. 1) DTA has provided me with a creative outlet that I could not have found anywhere else—throughout my time at this theatre company, … Continue reading

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3 Reasons I’m coming back to DTA

by Lena Feliciano Hansen (age 17) 1) A MOMENT TO BREATHE: Downtown Art, though a lot of work, is a place where I can put my stress from school and home aside. Here is where I can focus on something … Continue reading

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3 Ways ‘The Writer’s Project’ made a Difference to My Writing

Alyssa Burgos is 18 and has written three plays over the past three years which have been workshopped and given staged readings through Downtown Art‘s Writer’s Project. I know you guys have heard this kind of thing before, so I’m … Continue reading

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3 New Things I want to Try This Season

Ryan Gilliam is the Artistic/Executive Director of Downtown Art. In the coming season, I want to take on: 1. Bringing together teen writers and composers to create new music theater in the ‘Eastside Stories’ project. I am really psyched about … Continue reading

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