A New Look, A New Year, A New Blog

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Hello and welcome to the refreshed and renovated Theater J blog.

What exactly does that mean?

My husband loves to watch HGTV renovation shows–I’ve been known to sit in for an episode or two (okay, or more). Inevitably, in these shows, a family reaches a point where their home feels a little too busy, too filled with knick knacks, in need of a new look. They love the memories and the history that is contained within their home–but they want people to feel like they can move around easily; that their floor plan makes sense; and that everyone has an accessible and livable space in which they can grow and flourish.

That’s what we’re doing with the blog. We’re giving it a 2015 update–so it’s a little sleeker, a little bolder–and hopefully, easier to navigate.

As far as content, you’ll still be getting a behind-the-scenes view of what is happening at Theater J, and we’ll be mining a number of sources for that. You’ll hear from the Theater J staff–all of us eventually–and you’ll know who is writing based on the name connected to the post. You’ll hear from our remarkable teams of artists–actors, designers, playwrights–through featured interviews and profiles of the many people who come to create with us. We’ll also have guest posts–from interns, or from members of our partnership organizations–to fully represent the extended Theater J family.

As always, we’d love to hear from you. Let us know what you’d like to see more of. Engage in conversation with us and our artists in the comments field. Reach out. Be in touch. And if you’re looking for a post from the past, do not worry–all of our earlier writing is still available through the “Archives” link just below the site banner. That will take you to all previous affiliated blogs–which you can still search by date and key word.

So welcome. We’re glad to have you here. Do visit often.

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