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From the Archives: "I keep my head down and both eyes wide" (11/17/17)

As we approach that day, I am going to share with you some of my inspirations as I've been figuring the enigmatic character of Feste out, culminating in a full blog report on my process and discoveries once the show has closed.​ First up, Margaret Glaspy. She's one of my favorite musicians of all time, but has become particularly special to me as I work on this show. Her music has shaped how I think of Feste and has literally provided the soundtrack to my process of research and discovery. ​ I think this song in particular is a spot on representation of one of the many sides of Feste's personality: The bittersweet nature of her loneliness. Relationships are hard and Feste is a fool without someone to take care of her. Of course, part of her likes that independence because in many ways its easier... something that I, Elizabeth, can totally relate to. ​ As you'll see though (when you come see Twelfth Night *wink*), it isn't something that anyone could sustain, not eve

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