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The real Grizzly Man: No one knows brown bears li...
Edward Abbey. Abbey joked that he was an “obscure writer” and claimed he was often called “
” in the East, but in the West his face could have been chiseled on a literary Mount...
Read more at Salon.com
ALBEE HISTORICAL SELLING BRICKS FOR GAZEBO – The Albee Township Historical Society is selling memorial bricks for the Albee Township Park gazebo for $40. Call the Albee Township Community Center at...
Read more at Tri-County Citizen
Saginaw Valley State University
Review: The Edge Theater's "Who's Afraid of Virgi...
... as Martha, a force of nature as the unfulfilled wife of a college history professor in
's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" Messenger zings the famous insults, purrs the...
Read more at Denver Post
‘American Dream’ gets 1-night-only performance
Hamilton-Gibson’s next One Night Stand on Friday in Wellsboro is
’s offbeat play “The American Dream,” whose debut 55 years ago is regarded as the beginning of the “theater of the absurd”...
Read more at Elmira Star-Gazette
Services, Showboat Restaurant, The Malt Shop, True Touch Therapeutic, Chesaning Coin Laundry, Edward Jones, Tomac Construction, Sovis Insurance Agency, Norine’s Gifts, Jeannine Hopfenperger,...
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Christina Baker Kline
Pop go the Honors
... and playwrights has faded. There hasn’t been a playwright honored since 1996 (
) and the last “classical” composer honored was the highly jazz-literate Andre Previn,...
Read more at Washington Post
Deborah F. Rutter
Kennedy Center Honors
Lee Faculty Members Earn Promotion
Eugene O’Neill Review as well as in the Eugene O’Neill Newsletter. He is a founding member of the
Society, as well as a member of the Eugene O’Neill Society and the William Faulkner...
Read more at The Chattanoogan
Looking for Mr. Gaybar
... in the middle of fellating an aloof actor when suddenly out of nowhere, he said, 'God I hate
. I see you have a bunch of his plays. He's like needlessly obtuse. Sorry, didn't mean...
Read more at Bay Area Reporter
Thalian Association’s newest show screams onto st...
Barn Studio in Wilmington. The company is performing the drama Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? by
, which examines the breakdown of a middle-aged couple's marriage. One night George and...
Read more at WECT 6 Wilmington
'Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' aims for entert...
... on each other's flaws while bringing Nick and Honey into the mix. This play was written by
and premiered on Broadway in 1962, running for a year and a half. It's been revived...
Read more at The Wilmington Star-News
Good and wild: On the road with Abbey, Stegner an...
... the East, I sometimes got befuddled looks. More than once I had been asked: 'Wallace Stevens?
?' No, I would patiently explain. Wallace Stegner and Edward Abbey," he writes. And you...
Read more at Boulder Daily Camera
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