Magic Theatre

The Magic Theatre is a theatre company founded in 1967, presently based at the historic Fort Mason Center on San Francisco's northern waterfront. For forty years, The Magic Theatre has been one of the most prominent theatre companies in the United States solely dedicated to development and production of new plays.

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Magic Theatre - Actors
... Actors who have performed at the Magic include Danny Glover, Peter Coyote, Kathy Baker, Ed Harris, John O'Keefe (also playwright), and the original cast of The Late Henry Moss, Nick Nolte ...
Magic Theatre (Omaha)
... / 41.2573444°N 95.9371722°W / 41.2573444 -95.9371722 The Magic Theatre is located at 325 South 16th Street in Omaha, Nebraska, United States ... Founded in 1968 by Jo Ann Schmidman, the theatre is designed to be an experimental theatre by and for people in the Midwest ... The Magic Theatre has toured around the world, including the Suwon Castle International Theater Festival in South Korea ...
Steppenwolf (novel) - References in Popular Culture
... slogans of the novel's magical theatre ... The innovative Magic Theatre Company, founded in 1967 in Berkeley and which later became resident in San Francisco, takes its name from the "Magic Theatre" of the novel, and the ... directly inspired by the novel, including references to the magic theatre and the dual nature of the wolfman-manwolf (lutocost) ...
Magic Theatre (Omaha) - Publications
... Schmidman and Megan Terry have published several of the Magic Theatre's original productions ... Omaha Magic Theatre ... Omaha Magic Theatre Press ...
Steppenwolf (novel) - Plot Summary - The Magic Theatre
... ball, Pablo brings Harry to his metaphorical "magic theatre," where concerns and notions that plagued his soul disintegrate while he interacts with the ethereal and phantasmal ... The Magic Theatre is a place where he experiences the fantasies that exist in his mind ...

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    Sarah Bernhardt (1845–1923)

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    Gail Sheehy (20th century)