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Hunter Styles
Hunter Styles has spent the last ten years in DC working in the arts, mostly recent as a staff member at Signature Theatre in Arlington and at Studio Theatre in Logan Circle. Formerly the Artistic Director of the non-profit workshop series Artists' Bloc, he has also written, produced, and directed plays with many area theatres and with the Capital Fringe Festival. He has been writing features, interviews, and arts criticism for DC Theatre Scene since 2008 and for American Theatre magazine since 2012.

Entries by Hunter Styles

5 Great Ideas From the Travel Book That Changed My Life

(0) Comments | Posted March 17, 2014 | 2:41 PM

Not many of my friends have heard of Alain de Botton, the author of trim, thoughtful books like How Proust Can Change Your Life and The Consolations of Philosophy. People often recognize him from The School of Life or from his 2009 Ted Talk on the subject of...

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Invent Yourself

(0) Comments | Posted March 12, 2014 | 12:36 PM

Last week I sat on the edge of a thin mattress in a small room in Vientiane, the capital of the southeast Asian nation of Laos. It was 100 degrees. I carried only a backpack. After that day's plane trip up from Thailand, I sat, took a long swig of...

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Photos From Inside Thailand's 'Shutdown Bangkok' Protests

(0) Comments | Posted January 26, 2014 | 7:09 PM

Life on the ground in Bangkok right now is strange, to say the least.

Sunday's fatal public shooting of activist Suthin Tharathin marks the tenth fatality in what has become nearly three weeks of protests against the Thai government, centered here in the nation's capital. This most recent killing, which...

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A 28 Year Old's Ten Tips for Life After College

(0) Comments | Posted January 10, 2014 | 9:23 AM

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The advice we get when we're graduating from college mostly comes from professors, parents, and other full-blown adults. But what about lessons from those who are finishing up their twenties -- the ones who still have fresh, recent memories of those first few...

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