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Tom Poole was an award-winning playwright and screenwriter, as well as an actor, director, dramaturg, teacher, and talent agent. Also, a fantastic friend. Tom passed away in July of 2011, and he is greatly missed.
by Tom Poole • Mar. 17
Playwright Tom Poole cracks wise on critics of dance and on dance criticism.
by Tom Poole • Dec. 30
Audience | Criticism | Tradition
"You can bet if the Klingons were in two wars at once, and had been for years, they would have the knobby alien balls to own up to it."
by Tom Poole • Dec. 18
Criticism | Tradition
"The dramatic structure of the play actually seems like the sort of thing a virtuosic theater director might undertake on a dare."
by Tom Poole • Dec. 7
Our first crack at the question of why people go see holiday shows comes from playwright Tom Poole. For some reason, raccoons come up.
by Tom Poole • May. 4
Do you want to do the work required to turn an idea into an actual play more than you want to eat kettle chips and watch reruns of Ultimate Cage Fighting?
Posted Nov. 30
Special focus | Vision
Playwright Tom Poole shares some memories of an actor who changed his ideas about what actors do.
See it this week at Michael Servetus Unitarian Society in Fridley. Presented by Duck Soup Players.
Erin Denman performs in Double Feature: The Antichrist Cometh and Brilliant Traces playing at Ames Center this month.
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