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A Homer Run
For several hundred years, the sprawling stories of western culture’s oldest epic, Homer’s The Iliad, were recited and acted out before they were written down. Even when seen on the page, certain...
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Greek tragedy, modern relevance in ‘Theater of Wa...
Greek tragedy doesn’t generally figure in any way into the average American’s daily life, but the lessons that can be learned from what was written 2,500 years ago can still have a huge impact, once...
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Unburied: Tamerlan Tsarnaev and the Lessons of Gr...
And so it went until late last week, when—due to the intervention of Martha Mullen, a Richmond, Virginia, woman who’d been following the story, a practicing Christian who cited Jesus’s injunction to...
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Jackson Davis is 'breathtaking' in Pac Rep's stel...
At the May 2 preview of Pacific Repertory Theatre's production of "An Iliad" inside the Circle Theater, I read with appreciation the comprehensive program notes to Lisa Peterson's and Denis O'Hare's...
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Tanghalang Ateneo brings back ancient Greece
MANILA On its 35th season, the Tanghalang Ateneo will present four Greek Plays to relive the classic stories of Ancient Greece. The 35th Season: Re-imagining the Greeks focus on the stories of...
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God and Son
PacRep opens its 2013 season with Homeric epic, S...
Lauren Hoelscher, Amanda Schemmel, Adam Kinkade and Sam Fife, from left, in Stardust PlayhouseÕs production of actor-director Zach Braff's comedy ÒAll New People,Ó which opens Friday in Monterey. One...
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Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre Company had a very good New York morning Tuesday with three of its ensemble members scoring 2013 Tony nominations: Tracy Letts and Amy Morton for their work in Edward...
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Outdoor production plays on uniqueness
In hopes of pursuing their creative dreams, two friends reached out to the Blacksburg community, and were met with unexpected results. The upcoming play, “
,” directed by Tech alumnus Aaron...
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Sculpture Inspires SENGA's Greek Tragedy
The Reality of the Unreal STORY: Sami Zahringer At the scenic heart of Senga’s electrifying new play The Curse of the House of Atreus - Part One - The
, is the figure of a man. On center...
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Greek tragedy 'Electra'-fies Washburn stage
British playwright Nick Payne's new version of the Greek tragedy "Electra," which is being staged by Washburn University Theatre, owes as much to neo-Freudian psychology as the 2,400-year-old script...
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Easton restaurant history on the menu
With corn and clam chowder flowing and clam cakes and corn bread being enjoyed, the Easton Historical Society’s annual Chowder and Chatter program held April 11 was another sold out hit. This year...
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