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12/22/2005, from Anne Holmes, Education Director at the Wilma Theater

Walter Bilderback, our Literary Manager here at the Wilma, and I recently met with Anne Dalke (Bryn Mawr College) and Ann Dixon (webmaster of ) about setting up an on-line forum on Serendip for the discussion of Wilma productions. Serendip, for those of you that haven't discovered it yet, is an absolutely astounding website supporting socially and intellectually progressive education.

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2003, from a Serendip Reader on the Web

Serendip reminds me of when I was a child ... trips to the library and the random opening of a reference book just to be surprised where I land. The things I learned this was were always more exciting than any other way I learned.

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