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No one is beheaded in Jeffrey Hatcher's Compleat Female Stage Beauty. "Calm down," says King Charles II. "It's the Restoration. No more chop-chop." But the king's father, Charles I, did undergo the...
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Frances de la Tour interview: From Shakespeare to...
This year, in which she turns 71, she celebrates 50 years of stage acting at the highest level – at the Royal Shakespeare Company, the National Theatre and in London's West End. She has played classic...
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Lord of the Roses drops in as Shropshire nursery ...
The 75-year-old, who has starred in Hollywood blockbuster epics The Lord of the Rings and X-Men, was snapped enjoying one of the new flowers being shown off by the Albrighton nursery, which has won...
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Joyce DiDonato dazzles at the Broad Stage
Los Angeles has fallen in love with Joyce DiDonato. Again. On Saturday night at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica, affectionate cheers greeted the mezzo-soprano as soon as she stepped onto the stage....
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The Marriage of Figaro
The Barber of Seville
Thunderous cheers filled the air Friday noon as Nile Garden School seventh grade students opened their 20th Celtic Faire in the school’s courtyard with the blessing of their history teacher “King...
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'Goodnight Desdemona' puts a lady's touch on Shak...
Ann-Marie MacDonald's 1988 comedy Goodnight
(Good Morning Juliet) is a feminist take on two of Shakespeare's most famous tragedies. Through her heroine, a young university professor,...
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Review: The Betsy Stage's "Othello," with Marxian...
The Betsy Stage's adaptation of "Othello" is a brash, waggish production that brilliantly riffs on the Marx Brothers, American musicals, Martha Graham and pop culture — and still hews to its...
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House of Cards
To Do: May 6�May 20, 2015
Carnegie Hall, May 17. Movies4. Watch Gigi OnscreenThank heaven! The version of Lerner and Loewe’s Gigi now playing on Broadway is at best a jumble, at worst a desecration, of the original Colette...
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Where Texas cities get their names
Do you ever wonder where Texas cities got their funky names? Scroll through the gallery to find out. Where its name comes from: The Lone Star State's capital was named for Stephen F. Austin, the...
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Othello at Pittsburgh Public Theater
If anyone ever asks your favorite Shakespeare play, tell them it's Othello. It stands as the Bard's undercover best work, unencumbered as it is by the unreasonable hype of Hamlet, the ubiquity of...
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Romeo and Juliet
Sound for Sight Music Festival Ready to Rock
The first ever benefit rock concert for the blind - the Sight for Sound Music Festival takes place in Windhoek tomorrow drawing an exciting line-up of 12 local artists and bands. They promise to...
Read more at AllAfrica.com
Happy birthday, Shakespeare! Ten of the Bard’s pl...
Happy birthday, Shakespeare! The Bard remains relevant, even 451 years after after his birth, generally thought to have occurred April 23, 1564. (He also died on April 23, in 1616.) But technology is...
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Much Ado About Nothing
The Merry Wives of Windsor
The Case for Shakespeare
The new reading room of the Folger Shakespeare Library is dominated by a huge painting of the sort that Oscar Wilde's Lady Bracknell might have characterized as being of "more than usually revolting...
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