Monthly Archives: October 2013

All Your Yesterdays: Using Art Games for Paleontology

I’ve talked about my personal, flexible definition of “game” before. To sum up where it currently is, I am most interested in games as the vehicle or space where play takes place. To me, games are defined first and foremost … Continue reading

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Mother She Killed Me, Father He Ate Me

First I want to make a small update on the New Leaf Players’ production of Hills Like White Elephants. Rehearsal is going well, and I will be making a post requesting specific furniture and designs soon. I’m hoping we’re ready … Continue reading

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