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Jay Scheib and Leah Gelpe
Jay Scheib (right) makes video a central focus of his work, says Leah Gelpe (left), who handles the video in Scheib's work, "This Place Is a Desert." (Essdras M. Suarez/Globe Staff) Essdras M. Suarez/Globe Staff
Theater

A little of everything

Video, break-dancing, and dodge ball are all in Jay Scheib's new theater piece

By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / March 18, 2007

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Even as a student, Jay Scheib wasn't afraid to take chances. In the early '90s, while an undergraduate at the University of Minnesota, he made his directing debut with a piece that called for his cast to enter a stage littered with trash and a huge mound of earth, stop, and remain quiet and still for 72 minutes. "The Device ... (Full article: 1295 words)

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