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Bay Area Reporter
UnderscoreIf you never see art you haven't enjoyed before, how do you know if you like it
Underscore
Bay Area Reporter / Posted 13 minutes ago
If you never see art you haven't enjoyed before, how do you know if you like it? If a great event slipped under your radar last time, but was a few miles away, would you give it a second chance? Classic musicals are being restaged, from amateur to... Read more
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TribLIVE
Hot Ticket: 'King Lear,' part of Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the ParksDirector Jeff Chips and a small cast of eight will bring William Shakespeare's
Hot Ticket: 'King Lear,' part of Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks
TribLIVE / Posted 18 minutes ago
Director Jeff Chips and a small cast of eight will bring William Shakespeare's sprawling tragedy “King Lear” to three Pittsburgh parks from Sept. 9 through 26. Four men and four women will enact all the roles in Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks'... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
East Mackay drain to be replaced at cost of $3.4 millionA MAJOR drain upgrade in the pipeline for Shakespeare St will cost about $3.4 m
East Mackay drain to be replaced at cost of $3.4 million
The Daily Mercury / Posted an hour ago
A MAJOR drain upgrade in the pipeline for Shakespeare St will cost about $3.4 million. The culvert drain, between Rae and Gable Sts, is reaching the end of its structural life and a complete replacement is needed. "This drain in East Mackay was... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
East Mackay drain to be replaced at cost of $3.4 millionA MAJOR drain upgrade in the pipeline for Shakespeare St will cost about $3.4 m
East Mackay drain to be replaced at cost of $3.4 million
The Morning Bulletin / Posted an hour ago
A MAJOR drain upgrade in the pipeline for Shakespeare St will cost about $3.4 million. The culvert drain, between Rae and Gable Sts, is reaching the end of its structural life and a complete replacement is needed. "This drain in East Mackay was... Read more
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Daily Mail
Lionel Richie seduced women with his hit Three Times A Lady'I'm no fool!' Lionel Richie reveals he seduced women with his hit Three Times
Lionel Richie seduced women with his hit Three Times A Lady
Daily Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
'I'm no fool!' Lionel Richie reveals he seduced women with his hit Three Times A Lady during Piers Morgan interview He's sold over a hundred million albums and iconic crooner Lionel Richie has revealed he seduced women with the help of his... Read more
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Arkansas Times
Kelly Clarkson comes to VerizonTHURSDAY 9/3 KELLY CLARKSON 7 p.m. Verizon Arena. $42.50-$118.50. In a parti
Kelly Clarkson comes to Verizon
Arkansas Times / Posted 3 hours ago
THURSDAY 9/3 KELLY CLARKSON 7 p.m. Verizon Arena. $42.50-$118.50. In a particularly fascinating episode of the TLC reality show "Who Do You Think You Are?" the pop star and "American Idol" veteran Kelly Clarkson travels to Ohio to research her... Read more
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Daily Mail
SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Richard Branson's son Sam's balancing act Those with a nervous disposition may want to look away now. Sam Branson, son
SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Richard Branson's son Sam's balancing act
Daily Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
Those with a nervous disposition may want to look away now. Sam Branson, son of Virgin billionaire Sir Richard, was left holding the baby this week — rather precariously, as it... Read more
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Washington Post
Clive James’s ‘Last Readings’ review: A critic’s final homage to literature, lifeClive James is a phenomenon, our most dazzling showman of letters. As a young c
Clive James’s ‘Last Readings’ review: A critic’s final homage to literature, life
Washington Post / Posted 4 hours ago
Clive James is a phenomenon, our most dazzling showman of letters. As a young critic in England in the 1970s, James made his name by reviewing television dramas and sitcoms, then took up broadcasting. At his televisual peak, he wrote and narrated an... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Helicopter circles Nottingham city centre following reports of youths on roof of Arkwright BuildingThe police helicopter was scrambled following reports of a group of youths on t
Helicopter circles Nottingham city centre following reports of youths on roof of Arkwright Building
Nottingham Post / Posted 5 hours ago
The police helicopter was scrambled following reports of a group of youths on the roof of Nottingham's Arkwright Building. Officers were called to Shakespeare Street in the city centre at about 8pm on Wednesday and discovered the group on top of the... Read more
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Salt Lake City Weekly
Entertainment Picks Sept. 3-9Hyunmee Lee Pablo Picasso famously said, "Every child is an artist. The problem
Entertainment Picks Sept. 3-9
Salt Lake City Weekly / Posted 6 hours ago
Hyunmee Lee Pablo Picasso famously said, "Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up." A child sees the world through a simple lens, before the child learns the what and how and why, which interrupts this purity... Read more
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Northumberland Today
Seek the labour that brings satisfactionI’m ready. I have my brand-new bouquet of sharpened pencils. Bring on the Labou
Seek the labour that brings satisfaction
Northumberland Today / Posted 7 hours ago
I’m ready. I have my brand-new bouquet of sharpened pencils. Bring on the Labour Day weekend! Every year, since I was about eight years old, I have reveled in the delights of the beginning of the school year. So much of my formal schooling was built... Read more
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Local 6 Orlando
Bad acting hall of fameIt seems strange that there are actors and actresses who are poor at their job.
Bad acting hall of fame
Local 6 Orlando / Posted 9 hours ago
It seems strange that there are actors and actresses who are poor at their job. After all, isn't this what they do for a living? The truth is that some people end up on the silver screen without a great deal of obvious talent. Perhaps they fill a... Read more
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City Pulse
The sayings of Doctor TomA dozen years after Thomas C. Foster published “How to Read Literature Like a P
The sayings of Doctor Tom
City Pulse / Posted 10 hours ago
A dozen years after Thomas C. Foster published “How to Read Literature Like a Professor,” it is still hanging around on The New York Times’ Best Sellers list, sitting at No. 2 in the education category. Not bad place for a book which was partially... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Myer is measuring up the risk for $600 million revampMyer chief executive Richard Umbers has given himself one year's profit grace –
Myer is measuring up the risk for $600 million revamp
Brisbane Times / Posted 11 hours ago
Myer chief executive Richard Umbers has given himself one year's profit grace – a "transition" year in 2016. Photo: Pat Scala If there is one word that best sums up the response from investors to the unveiling of Myer's transformation it would be –... Read more
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Cincinnati CityBeat
Keeping it Fresh'Side Man' (September 1999) - Photo: Sandy UnderwoodSIDE MAN (September 1999):
Keeping it Fresh
Cincinnati CityBeat / Posted 11 hours ago
'Side Man' (September 1999) - Photo: Sandy UnderwoodSIDE MAN (September 1999): “You open up a script, you hear a voice and it’s so clear,” Meyers says. “That’s what happened for me with Side Man. I could hear it; I could feel it. It went through my... Read more
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WA Today
Myer is measuring up the risk for $600 million revampMyer chief executive Richard Umbers has given himself one year's profit grace –
Myer is measuring up the risk for $600 million revamp
WA Today / Posted 11 hours ago
Myer chief executive Richard Umbers has given himself one year's profit grace – a "transition" year in 2016. Photo: Pat Scala If there is one word that best sums up the response from investors to the unveiling of Myer's transformation it would be –... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Fall theater preview - From Shakespeare to Broadway, and beyondThe first Broadway tour coming to Cape Fear Community College's new Humanities
Fall theater preview - From Shakespeare to Broadway, and beyond
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 11 hours ago
The first Broadway tour coming to Cape Fear Community College's new Humanities and Fine Arts Center. The first full production by new company Dram Tree Shakespeare. And the first time "Bukowsical" -- a musical about the writer Charles Bukowski -- has... Read more
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The Age
Myer is measuring up the risk for $600 million revampMyer chief executive Richard Umbers has given himself one year's profit grace –
Myer is measuring up the risk for $600 million revamp
The Age / Posted 11 hours ago
Myer chief executive Richard Umbers has given himself one year's profit grace – a "transition" year in 2016. Photo: Pat Scala If there is one word that best sums up the response from investors to the unveiling of Myer's transformation it would be –... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Myer is measuring up the risk for $600 million revampMyer chief executive Richard Umbers has given himself one year's profit grace –
Myer is measuring up the risk for $600 million revamp
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 hours ago
Myer chief executive Richard Umbers has given himself one year's profit grace – a "transition" year in 2016. Photo: Pat Scala If there is one word that best sums up the response from investors to the unveiling of Myer's transformation it would be –... Read more
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Canberra Times
Myer is measuring up the risk for $600 million revampMyer chief executive Richard Umbers has given himself one year's profit grace –
Myer is measuring up the risk for $600 million revamp
Canberra Times / Posted 11 hours ago
Myer chief executive Richard Umbers has given himself one year's profit grace – a "transition" year in 2016. Photo: Pat Scala If there is one word that best sums up the response from investors to the unveiling of Myer's transformation it would be –... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Fall theater review - From Shakespeare to Broadway, and beyondThe first Broadway tour coming to Cape Fear Community College's new Humanities
Fall theater review - From Shakespeare to Broadway, and beyond
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 13 hours ago
The first Broadway tour coming to Cape Fear Community College's new Humanities and Fine Arts Center. The first full production by new company Dram Tree Shakespeare. And the first time "Bukowsical" -- a musical about the writer Charles Bukowski -- has... Read more
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Evening Standard
Yes We Kanye! How President Yeezy will shake up the Oval Office“Yo, Vlad, I’m really happy for you — I’ma let you finish,” President West blur
Yes We Kanye! How President Yeezy will shake up the Oval Office
Evening Standard / Posted 14 hours ago
“Yo, Vlad, I’m really happy for you — I’ma let you finish,” President West blurted down the big red phone on the presidential desk. “But China had one of the best Olympic teams of all time! Of all time!” Putin hung up muttering something about... Read more
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Arts Journal
From the diary of a peripatetic drama critic (II)Judging by the preponderance of evidence, I might as well stay up all night bef
From the diary of a peripatetic drama critic (II)
Arts Journal / Posted 14 hours ago
Judging by the preponderance of evidence, I might as well stay up all night before embarking on an early-morning transcontinental flight. Yet I find it impossible to do so, even though I never manage to get more than three hours’ sleep. You’d think I... Read more
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The Hindu
Vaishali Bisht's innovative playVaishali Bisht’s recent innovative blend of screen-stage gets appreciative audi
Vaishali Bisht's innovative play
The Hindu / Posted 15 hours ago
Vaishali Bisht’s recent innovative blend of screen-stage gets appreciative audience At the time when technology is growing at a rapid pace in the world of entertainment innovations on stage and celluloid keep the interest going among the audience.... Read more
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Salon.com
Donald Trump’s reign of brain-bragging terror: The GOP front-runner wants you to know that he’s “like, really smart”aired on June 30, Donald Trump made a move that by many accounts should have co
Donald Trump’s reign of brain-bragging terror: The GOP front-runner wants you to know that he’s “like, really smart”
Salon.com / Posted 15 hours ago
aired on June 30, Donald Trump made a move that by many accounts should have come as a great surprise to the talking heads and Op-Ed columnist tracking his every move: he touted his intellectual pedigree. Proudly referring to his uncle John G. Trump... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Dumbing Down Nigerian Politics - the Disservice of Jonathan's MenIt was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom,
Dumbing Down Nigerian Politics - the Disservice of Jonathan's Men
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 hours ago
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
iO Theater expands programming with Mission StageThe iO Theater will expand programming to all four stages of its space this Sep
iO Theater expands programming with Mission Stage
Chicago Tribune / Posted 16 hours ago
The iO Theater will expand programming to all four stages of its space this September with the addition of The Mission Theater. This announcement comes after the transfer of The Mission from celebrated improvisers TJ Jagodowski and Dave Pasquesi to... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Forget the plasma TV, Gerry Harvey is selling his retail shop Harvey Norman on the benefits of diaryIllustration: John Shakespeare. You no longer need to be a billionaire to cash
Forget the plasma TV, Gerry Harvey is selling his retail shop Harvey Norman on the benefits of diary
Brisbane Times / Posted 17 hours ago
Illustration: John Shakespeare. You no longer need to be a billionaire to cash in on the next China boom sector, thanks to retail king Gerry Harvey. While consumers have picked themselves up from the spending doldrums, the billionaire obviously... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Annoying people I have knownThe world has too many annoying people for a single list. But trying to list th
Annoying people I have known
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 17 hours ago
The world has too many annoying people for a single list. But trying to list them may remind me not to be like them. So here goes. See how many would make your list, too. For example: Preachers who are really frustrated politicians. Also,... Read more
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North Bay Bohemian
UntamedYou don't need to have seen Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew to know what it's
Untamed
North Bay Bohemian / Posted 17 hours ago
You don't need to have seen Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew to know what it's about. More than 400 years after Shakespeare invented them, Kate and Petruchio, the feisty and ferocious fiancée and her would-be "tamer," are among the most famous... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Six Bells defend Premier Section crown despite defeatSIX Bells C Kidlington retained the Greene King Oxford & District League Premie
Six Bells defend Premier Section crown despite defeat
Oxford Mail / Posted 18 hours ago
SIX Bells C Kidlington retained the Greene King Oxford & District League Premier Section title despite a 2-1 defeat to Garsington Sports Club A. Needing just one point, Six Bells were 2-0 down before they crucially won the final leg 27-26. Andy... Read more
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Asian journal
Deedee Magno Hall On a passionate career, family & favorite roles If life is one big stage production, then everyone plays a role: mothers and fa
Deedee Magno Hall On a passionate career, family & favorite roles 
Asian journal / Posted 19 hours ago
If life is one big stage production, then everyone plays a role: mothers and fathers, daughters, sons, siblings, students, workers, even humanitarians and CEOs. As William Shakespeare put it, “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women... Read more
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WA Today
You don't need to be a billionaire to cash in on China's next boom sectorIllustration: John Shakespeare. You no longer need to be a billionaire to cash
You don't need to be a billionaire to cash in on China's next boom sector
WA Today / Posted 20 hours ago
Illustration: John Shakespeare. You no longer need to be a billionaire to cash in on the next China boom sector, thanks to retail king Gerry Harvey. While consumers have picked themselves up from the spending doldrums, the billionaire obviously... Read more
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The Irish Times
The cobwebs are blown off the English curriculum A revamped list of texts has been brought in at secondary level. But is it too
The cobwebs are blown off the English curriculum
The Irish Times / Posted 20 hours ago
A revamped list of texts has been brought in at secondary level. But is it too modern? Leonardo DiCaprio in The Great Gatsby film. F Scott Fitzgerald’s novel is an option on the 2017 single text list... Read more
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Canberra Times
You don't need to be a billionaire to cash in on China's next boom sectorIllustration: John Shakespeare. You no longer need to be a billionaire to cash
You don't need to be a billionaire to cash in on China's next boom sector
Canberra Times / Posted 20 hours ago
Illustration: John Shakespeare. You no longer need to be a billionaire to cash in on the next China boom sector, thanks to retail king Gerry Harvey. While consumers have picked themselves up from the spending doldrums, the billionaire obviously... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Open Day toast to Agincourt victory kicks off series of 'history' eventsTHANKS to William Shakespeare, Laurence Olivier and Kenneth Branagh, the battle
Open Day toast to Agincourt victory kicks off series of 'history' events
Nottingham Post / Posted 20 hours ago
THANKS to William Shakespeare, Laurence Olivier and Kenneth Branagh, the battle of Agincourt has become an iconic title in England's history. Told in Shakespeare's oft-staged and filmed Henry V, the battle was a remarkable triumph for the English... Read more
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Brisbane Times
You don't need to be a billionaire to cash in on China's next boom sectorIllustration: John Shakespeare. You no longer need to be a billionaire to cash
You don't need to be a billionaire to cash in on China's next boom sector
Brisbane Times / Posted 21 hours ago
Illustration: John Shakespeare. You no longer need to be a billionaire to cash in on the next China boom sector, thanks to retail king Gerry Harvey. While consumers have picked themselves up from the spending doldrums, the billionaire obviously... Read more
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The Age
You don't need to be a billionaire to cash in on China's next boom sectorWhere's the beef?: Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest, Gina Rinehart and Nathan Tinkler ha
You don't need to be a billionaire to cash in on China's next boom sector
The Age / Posted 21 hours ago
Where's the beef?: Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest, Gina Rinehart and Nathan Tinkler have all invested in beef at one point. You no longer need to be a billionaire to cash in on the next China boom sector, thanks to retail king Gerry Harvey. While... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
You don't need to be a billionaire to cash in on China's next boom sectorWhere's the beef?: Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest, Gina Rinehart and Nathan Tinkler ha
You don't need to be a billionaire to cash in on China's next boom sector
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 hours ago
Where's the beef?: Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest, Gina Rinehart and Nathan Tinkler have all invested in beef at one point. You no longer need to be a billionaire to cash in on the next China boom sector, thanks to retail king Gerry Harvey. While... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Memorial held in New York for Broadway actor who died at 21Clutching flowers at Bethesda Fountain, the tearful group honored Kyle Jean-Bap
Memorial held in New York for Broadway actor who died at 21
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 21 hours ago
Clutching flowers at Bethesda Fountain, the tearful group honored Kyle Jean-Baptiste, the first African-American and youngest person to play the role of Jean Valjean in "Les Miserables" on Broadway. They hugged and told stories of the young man,... Read more
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NBC Los Angeles
Venice Hotel Owner Pleads Not Guilty in SlayingA Venice Beach hotel owner pleaded not guilty Tuesday in the shooting death of
Venice Hotel Owner Pleads Not Guilty in Slaying
NBC Los Angeles / Posted 21 hours ago
A Venice Beach hotel owner pleaded not guilty Tuesday in the shooting death of a homeless man on the boardwalk. Sris Sinnathamby, owner of the Cadillac Hotel, entered the plea to first-degree murder. He faces life in prison if... Read more
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News.com.au
Celebrities’ real names revealedTHE NAMES on stars’ birth certificates are often different to what they’re know
Celebrities’ real names revealed
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
THE NAMES on stars’ birth certificates are often different to what they’re known as around the world. Celebrities change their names for a number of reasons. Sometimes it’s because their real name is too long whereas others are forced to change... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Controversial Hampden official forfeits council seatHAMPDEN, Maine — Though it initially appeared she might be a no-show, former Ma
Controversial Hampden official forfeits council seat
Bangor Daily News / Posted yesterday
HAMPDEN, Maine — Though it initially appeared she might be a no-show, former Mayor Carol Duprey turned up at a meeting Tuesday night just as town councilors began discussing her forfeiture of her seat because she missed the maximum number of meetings... Read more
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The Troy Messenger
COMMUNITY IN ART: Leadership Institue focuses on role of art in communityVicki Pritchett, Johnson Center for the Arts executive director, attended the 2
COMMUNITY IN ART: Leadership Institue focuses on role of art in community
The Troy Messenger / Posted yesterday
Vicki Pritchett, Johnson Center for the Arts executive director, attended the 2015 Bill Bates Leadership Institute at Cheaha State Park last week and came away impressed and excited about the strong leadership in the arts statewide. “The Bill Bates... Read more
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BC Local News
A bloody good musical comedyWhen a local theatre company sought people to audition for a wild adaptation of
A bloody good musical comedy
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
When a local theatre company sought people to audition for a wild adaptation of William Shakespeare’s most violent play for the Vancouver Fringe Festival, Courtney Shields knew this was going to be interesting. “As I was reading the character... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
A bloody good musical comedyWhen a local theatre company sought people to audition for a wild adaptation of
A bloody good musical comedy
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted yesterday
When a local theatre company sought people to audition for a wild adaptation of William Shakespeare’s most violent play for the Vancouver Fringe Festival, Courtney Shields knew this was going to be interesting. “As I was reading the character... Read more
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Peace Arch News
A bloody good musical comedyWhen a local theatre company sought people to audition for a wild adaptation of
A bloody good musical comedy
Peace Arch News / Posted yesterday
When a local theatre company sought people to audition for a wild adaptation of William Shakespeare’s most violent play for the Vancouver Fringe Festival, Courtney Shields knew this was going to be interesting. “As I was reading the character... Read more
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Surrey Leader
A bloody good musical comedyWhen a local theatre company sought people to audition for a wild adaptation of
A bloody good musical comedy
Surrey Leader / Posted yesterday
When a local theatre company sought people to audition for a wild adaptation of William Shakespeare’s most violent play for the Vancouver Fringe Festival, Courtney Shields knew this was going to be interesting. “As I was reading the character... Read more
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Daily Mail
SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Seeing double, meet Jude's blue-eyed girlSEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Seeing double, meet Jude Law's blue-eyed girl There’s n
SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Seeing double, meet Jude's blue-eyed girl
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Seeing double, meet Jude Law's blue-eyed girl There’s no denying who her daddy is! Jude Law’s youngest daughter, six-month-old Ada, has certainly inherited The Talented Mr Ripley actor’s sparkling baby blues and photogenic... Read more
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Daily Mail
SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Taylor Swift ruffles feathers in ostrich shrugSEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Taylor Swift ruffles feathers in £675 ostrich shrug For
SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Taylor Swift ruffles feathers in ostrich shrug
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Taylor Swift ruffles feathers in £675 ostrich shrug For while the 25-year-old clean-cut pop star is donating the video’s proceeds to conservation efforts in Africa, and pays homage to Cecil the lion, who was killed this summer... Read more
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