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2014/07/22 23:28
2014/07/22 23:28
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... Miller’s A View From the Bridge is Circa’s latest big production, it opened on Saturday 19 July and it is a stunning triumph. A View from the...
2014/07/22 23:28
2014/07/22 23:28
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2014/07/22 12:21
2014/07/22 12:21
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Marilyn's lost photos revealed: Modelling shots show iconic star by helicopter and posing with Mountie during breaks in filming of Niagara Images of star in relaxed mode were taken during film shoots...
2014/07/17 15:34
2014/07/17 15:34
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South African playwright Athol Fugard, the creator of anti-apartheid masterpieces such as Blood Knot, The Island and Master Harold ... and the Boys, has been named as the first African recipient of a...
2014/07/17 10:35
2014/07/17 10:35
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HUMBLE: Athol Fugard is the first African to win a global arts prize awarded annually by the Japan Arts Association SOUTH African playwright Athol Fugard is the first African to win the Praemium...
2014/07/15 18:28
2014/07/15 18:28
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By Kevin Canessa Jr. Observer Correspondent For nearly nine years, “Jersey Boys” has been a staple on the big stage in New York City. And its incredible run, which includes a Tony Award for “Best...
2014/07/15 14:35
2014/07/15 14:35
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Dusty Crophopper is an international celebrity, used to winning one aerial race after another. But his gearbox is giving out. His fuselage is failing. It might be time to come up with life's Plan...
2014/07/14 13:01
2014/07/14 13:01
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The Crucible at The Old Vic is an immensely powerful American classic. It’s a chilling, and ultimately heart-wrenching drama that looks at a world torn apart by hysteria and vengeance, and one man’s...
2014/07/11 18:40
2014/07/11 18:40
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When a theater company produces an Arthur Miller play, chances are it's going to be "Death of a Salesman," "The Crucible" or "All My Sons." Sarasota's Banyan Theater is starting its 2014 season with...
2014/07/09 21:26
2014/07/09 21:26
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Professor Emeritus Ivan Hugh Davidson, long-time professor of theatre at Knox College, died July 8 at his home in Mobile, Alabama. He was born in Cedar Mills, Texas, on May 29, 1938, the son of Horace...
2014/07/09 18:34
2014/07/09 18:34
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Kate Abbott: Berkshires Week celebrates 60 years Related Article: Timeline of Berkshires Week's 60 yearsHail fell on July 4, with thunderstorms. French troops were pulling out of Hanoi, causing panic...
2014/07/08 17:13
2014/07/08 17:13
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But while Oliver Cotton’s play provides a substantial role for the perennially popular Maureen Lipman, it’s a contrived and rather bland take on some hefty themes. It’s 1986, and Elli (Lipman) and...
2014/07/07 03:51
2014/07/07 03:51
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Conventional Wisdom: Choose Brooklyn | Commentary The Democratic Party is pondering locations for the 2016 Convention, including Brooklyn, New York. Why would any political party want to hold a...
2014/07/06 01:51
2014/07/06 01:51
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A hut-blooded man is all you ever need AS THE knotted timber door closes on National Shed Week, we ponder the relationship between art and outbuildings and yearns for the day when he can retire to...
2014/07/04 13:13
2014/07/04 13:13
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The actor said it was his fame from playing parts in Spooks and The Hobbit on TV and film that had given him the chance to appear as John Proctor in the Arthur Miller play. At a Savoy party after his...
2014/07/03 16:22
2014/07/03 16:22
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... look like a f****** w**** in that outfit!' Yankee slugger Joe DiMaggio wanted wife Marilyn Monroe to quit Hollywood, cook his meals and bear his children but she was no homebody, explosive new...
2014/07/02 20:25
2014/07/02 20:25
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THOUGH the two New York boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn are connected by the fabled Brooklyn Bridge they might as well be a world apart, so different are they and so passionate are Brooklynites...
2014/07/02 14:23
2014/07/02 14:23
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Gaybo leads way for stars in The Price debut By Laura Butler – 02 July 2014 12:00 AM THE red carpet was rolled out last night for the opening night of The Price at The Gate Theatre - and uncle Gaybo...
2014/07/02 09:24
2014/07/02 09:24
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Brother Dege songs are swamp grass, Bayou blues, and eerie Louisiana voodoo all rolled into one. His steel resonator joins slide guitar and harmonica in a raw, dirty, and Cajun coalition of outlaw...
2014/07/01 21:42
2014/07/01 21:42
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Hartford has long been known as a place for free-flowing discussion and for informed exchange on the issues of the day. And for the past two decades, if anyone has earned the area's title of "Mr....
2014/06/29 23:07
2014/06/29 23:07
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The Banyan Theater’s current production of Arthur Miller’s “The Price” unfolds in an old family apartment in New York City in 1968. The apartment’s stuffed with old furniture and bad memories; the...
2014/07/22 23:28
2014/07/22 23:28
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