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Jamie Mast

24-Hour Theatre Program Review

By Jamie Mast From all across campus actors, writers, directors, and managers gathered to pull off the unthinkable. With a limit of twenty-four hours they worked with one goal in mind: to write and produce five different ten-minute dramas with... Continue Reading →

Doughnuts and Squatters

By Jamie Mast When my RA (Residential Assistant) suggested we should go out and do something fun for the night, I was thinking of bowling, or at the very least, a run to Dairy Queen. It wasn’t either of those,... Continue Reading →

Sense and Sensibility Stage Review

By Jamie Mast As the lights slowly rise and the first actors rush onto stage, the audience is immediately introduced to an array of town gossips. The quiet titters overwhelm each other in the chaos until one emerges from the... Continue Reading →

Lisa See’s The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane

By Jamie Mast The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane by Lisa See, Scribner, 2017. $27, 364 pages The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane, by Lisa See, focuses on the life of a Chinese girl from a remote tea village. Li-yan... Continue Reading →

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