Cartmil's ON THE STREET(S) WHERE I LIVE iPhone photo series goes international. 

Christopher Cartmill's iPhone photos from the series ON THE STREET(S) WHERE I LIVE appear on Fernanda Salles' international urban blog — Zona 10!

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"As fotos abaixo foram feitas por Christopher Cartmill, dramaturgo, diretor, ator e professor de teatro na NYU Gallatin (mais informações sobre sua carreira em www.christophercartmill.com). Entre uma atividade e outra, ele fotografa as ruas de Nova York com a câmera de seu I-Phone."

ZONA 10 - pela ocupação cidadã dos espaços públicos

Cartmill's THE SPECTRE BRIDEGROOM in Washington State production - article by Darren Oke 

"Tonight I had the pleasure of attending Everett High School’s spring play, “The Spectre Bridegroom”, in the school’s “Little Theater”, and was treated to a very entertaining and nearly flawless theatrical presentation.  On the surface, I wasn’t sure that a play about possibly-ghostly groomsmen in a Bavarian castle in 1895 sounded like my cup of tea; however, I was very pleasantly surprised at the story, the fantastic script, and the superb acting and staging of this delightful comedy of errors.

I can…

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THE NEBRASKA DISPATCHES is a semi-finalist! 

THE NEBRASKA DISPATCHES is a SEMI-FINALISTS: NONFICTION for 2011 Friends of American Writers!  FAW has been awarding prizes since 1928 to emerging writers who are from the Midwest and/or write about the Midwest.  Past winners include: Carl Sandburg, William Maxwell, John Gardner, Toni Morrison, Jane Smiley, Sara Gruen and many others.

Reviews of THE NEBRASKA DISPATCHES 

 

 ForeWord Reviews By John Michael Senger Book Review November 2010 

 

The Nebraska Dispatches 

Christopher Cartmill, successful New York playwright, director, and actor, disregarded Thomas Wolfe’s famous advice that “You can’t go home again,” and returned to his home in Nebraska to research and write a play. His subject was Chief Standing Bear, a Ponca Indian who in 1879 sued the United States government and won. The turmoil that enveloped Cartmill and renewed his bond with home, in the broadest meaning…

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Apr6

Christopher Cartmill directs THE REHEARSAL

Victoria J. Mastriobuono Theatre at Mason Gross School of the Arts, New Brunswick, New Jersey

If all the world's a stage, then why fill it with utter nonsense? In this wicked satire of epic proportions and theatrical pretensions, an invitation to see the final dress rehearsal of a tragedy proves to be pure comedy.

Nov6

THE NEBRASKA DISPATCHES: FORWARD AND REVERSE

Miranda Theater Co. at IATI Downstairs, 64 East 4th Street, New York City, NY

Christopher Cartmill performs a tale of history, home and an American identity — based on his book, THE NEBRASKA DISPATCHES.

Free

Mar22

Goethe's FAUST

Victoria J. Mastriobuono Theater at Rutgers University, 85 George Street, New Brunswick, NJ

MARCH 22 to MARCH 31 Goethe's FAUST By Johann Wolfgang von GoetheDirected by Christopher Cartmill Considered one of the most important works of world literature, based on an old German folktale about the substance and fragility of humanity. A dissatisfied scholar sells his soul to a roguish stranger in exchange for unlimited knowledge and self-gratification. What could possibly go wrong?

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