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  • DAVID DOWER As associate artistic director at Arena, Dower is the in-house specialist for new play development and heads up a variety of initiatives aimed at helping playwrights create work for the company.

    Arena Stage's major players, offstage

  • & priuiledges to worrant acquit & Defend vnto ye said William Dauis his heires Execufs administrafs & assignes against all pson & psons whatsoeuer haueing Claimeing or Pretending to haue any Estate right title Dower interest claime or demand of in or to ye same or any part or parcell thereof foreuer by these p''sents In Witnesso whereof ye said Suffolk Deeds, Lib.

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  • And that might lead Japan -- the “superdomino” as it was called by the prominent Asia historian John Dower -- to “accommodate” to an independent Asia as its technological and industrial center in a system that would escape the reach of U.S. power.

    Noam Chomsky: "Losing" the World

  • Between now and the end of the 2012-13 season, Dower adds, Arena has commitments to produce nine new plays.

    Remodeled Arena Stage may transform D.C. theater and the city

  • "It looks like a Google map of the United States," Dower explains.

    Remodeled Arena Stage may transform D.C. theater and the city

  • Dower says: We've totally reconstituted the purpose and vision of the organization.

    Remodeled Arena Stage may transform D.C. theater and the city

  • Dower came to Arena in 2006 after 13 years at San Francisco's Z Space Studio, where he directed more than 20 world-premiere pieces.

    Arena Stage's major players, offstage

  • "Five years ago, she said this building has the potential to be this thing," says associate artistic director David Dower, recruited from San Francisco's Z Space to oversee Arena's artistic development efforts.

    Remodeled Arena Stage may transform D.C. theater and the city

  • Always knowing that she wanted above all to create a garden, he searched for the right project, and eventually found The Dower House at Morville in Shropshire, a National Trust property offered for lease to applicants for a period of twenty years at a time.

    Nature, Bounteous « Tales from the Reading Room

  • "I feel that this is a golden era for the new play, in that we have so many programs and so much money funneling in," Dower said.

    At Arena, the new play's the thing

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