Notes from the Road

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Will You Take Me As I Am?

Act 1: Washington D.C., 1951 At the age of 49, Will Geer – botanist,...

7.30.14
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Topanga Song

I sing this song to all the trees, I call them by their Latin...

7.29.14
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Speeches of Black Liberation

Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum was born out of the darkest days and suffering of...

7.26.14
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From California to the New York Islands...

The climax of Theatricum Unmasked was a group rendition of Woody Guthrie’s ‘This Land...

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'They took a bath in the pee-pee water'

Kids at the Theatricum Botanicum are asked to name some Shakespeare plays (with extraordinary...

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A Cyclical Momentum...

Elizabeth Tobias and Susan Angelo – actors and educational practitioners at Will Geer’s Theatricum...

7.24.14
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The Summer of 1973

  The grandson of Will Geer, Ian Flanders, recalls the first Shakespeare family summer...

7.24.14
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A Sonnet for Utah

A rainbow simmers out of Cedar Breaks, From burning rock of pre-historic age; Another...

7.21.14
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Utah Voices

We were treated to a wonderful reception on Friday evening at which we spoke...

7.20.14
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A Glorious Twelfth in our Fourth Festival

As we passed through the desert of casinos from Las Vegas airport on Wednesday...

7.18.14