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Emily Short

Emily Short

Emily Short is in her 5th year of teaching high school English but is a lifelong learner. She attended University of Kentucky for her BA in Secondary English Education and a minor in Communications. She then attended The Ohio State University for her MA in Education, specializing in Integrated Language Arts.

Over the course of Emily’s schooling and professional career, her love for writing and reading has continuously deepened. She enjoys writing sincerely about her own life and the situations that have influenced who she is. Her favorite genre to read is nonfiction because she can learn about those same types of situations in others’ lives. She believes her passion for writing and reading the truth lends itself to her love for theatre—a place where stories, true or not, feel real.

Starting with attending her high school’s production of Hairspray, Emily developed a love for theatre. Whether she is laughing hysterically or overwhelmed with heartache, the unfeigned abilities of the actors often leave her in awe.

Emily also enjoys spending time listening to live music, exercising, trying new foods, and spending time with her family. She is excited to further explore the Dallas theatre scene and share her experiences with her students—oh, and BroadwayWorld!
 




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BWW Review: CATS Invites Its Audience to the Jellicle Ball
November 18, 2021

Broadway at the Bass brings CATS to Fort Worth. Cat person or not, go see CATS at Bass Performance Hall!

BWW Review: LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS Puts You Face To Face With A Space Plant And Your Own Morals
October 14, 2021

Theatre Three's Little Shop of Horrors takes us on a trip to Skid Row to laugh and learn a valuable lesson. Buy tickets on Theatre Three's website to go see an outdoor show on a beautiful fall evening. October 5-31 at Samuell-Grand Ampitheatre.

BWW Review: TINY BEAUTIFUL THINGS Reminds Us That We Are Worthy Of Healing
September 17, 2021

It's hard to take advice, but not when it comes from Sugar. The stories of the characters in TINY BEAUTIFUL THINGS will allow you to reflect and heal in ways you didn't know you needed to.

BWW Review: WICKED Brings Dallas Back Together
August 8, 2021

The story of Elphaba and Glinda shares a timely message while bringing the people of Dallas back together. August 3-September 5 at Music Hall at Fair Park.

BWW Review: SOMETHING GRIM(M) Makes Downtown Dallas Its Stage
March 20, 2021

SOMETHING GRIM(M) uses a variety of multimedia to tell a Grimm-like fairy tale. It takes the audience on a physical and inner journey to respond to this question: “What are you doing with your power?”

BWW Review: IN THE BLEAK MIDWINTER: A CHRISTMAS CAROL FOR OUR TIME Delivers the Hopeful Christmas Story We Knew We Needed
December 16, 2020

I think it’s safe to admit that 2020 has us all feeling a bit Scrooge-y, but that doesn’t mean this year is beyond hope. In the Bleak Midwinter: A Christmas Carol for our Time takes the audience on a reflective journey through the life of Ebenezer Scrooge, a man initially known for his gloom and eventually celebrated for his generosity.