Spotlight: The Women of The Farnsworth Invention

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The Farnsworth Invention

Behind-the-Scenes–Part 4

With Lynnette Victoria

 

 

 

 

This is the fourth in a series of posts by blogger Lynnette Victoria about the making of TPNC’s production of The Farnsworth Invention by Aaron Sorkin.

In this re-telling of the invention of television, we get caught up in the competition, the underhanded methods, and the power struggles that propel this male-driven cast of characters. Luckily though, we also get a ...

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Spotlight: The Pioneers of Television

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The Farnsworth Invention

Behind-the-Scenes–Part 3

With Lynnette Victoria

 

 

 

This is the third in a series of posts by blogger Lynnette Victoria about the making of TPNC’s production of The Farnsworth Invention by Aaron Sorkin.

It is a pleasure to finally introduce you to the two talented actors portraying David Sarnoff and Philo Farnsworth. Meet Eric Dino and Eric Regan (yes, that does get confusing. They go by last ...

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Spotlight: The Frat Boys

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The Farnsworth Invention

Behind-the-Scenes–Part 2

With Lynnette Victoria

 

 

 

 

 

This is the second in a series of posts by blogger Lynnette Victoria about the making of TPNC’s production of The Farnsworth Invention by Aaron Sorkin.

Introducing “The Frat Boys”

One of the best parts of doing theatre is meeting fellow artists. The offstage conversations while you wait for your cue line and the post-rehearsal bonding enriches the process along the ...

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Spotlight: Behind The Scenes

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The Farnsworth Invention

Behind-the-Scenes

With Lynnette Victoria

 

 

 

This is the first in a series of posts by blogger Lynnette Victoria about the making of TPNC’s production of The Farnsworth Invention by Aaron Sorkin.

Vantage Point

I have a unique vantage point of the making of The Farnsworth Invention. Each rehearsal, I sit quietly in the auditorium watching the actors glide in. Julie Bell Petrak, the play’s director, asks ...

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