Dramatic Inspirations

Greek Speaking Woman

by Anna Giannotis

West Los Angeles

I performed a bilingual play (Yes! In modern Greek!) with the Greek Theatre of New York in the 80's.  The play was based on the Pandora myth.  Pandora is given a jar (or box like object) as a wedding present from Zeus and told never to open it.

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The Von Trapp Kids

by Donna Wood-Babcock

Burbank, CA

I was six or seven years old when I saw our local high school's production of The Sound of Music.  The show became extra interesting to me as I recognized that some of the neighborhood kids that were close to my age were portraying the Von Trapp children.

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A Midsummer Night's Dream with the Royal Shakespeare Company

by Ian Patrick Williams

Los Angeles, California

Almost 40 years ago, I saw Peter Brook’s production of A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM with the Royal Shakespeare Company.  It was so jaw-dropping, it remains one of my favorite theatrical memories.

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by Danielle Vernengo

Orange County

When I was in the second grade we had a set of twin ladies come to our school and perform a show about not talking to strangers.  It was such a fun show.  

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Inspired Student Question

by Abraham Tetenbaum

Los Angeles, California

I recall many inspiring scenes from Enrichment Works productions, but some of the most indelible and dramatic moments actually came during the post-play discussions.

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Shakespeare Leads to Love of Literature

by George Hancock Jr.

North Carolina

To be honest, I wasn't extraordinarily interested in literature when I was a sophomore in high school.

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Odysseus Travels to Camp Pendleton

by Josh Feinman

Los Angeles, California

Over my 12 years working with the company I have been "inspired" by each and every performance. A performance at Camp Pendleton was exceptionally inspirational.

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