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The eternal truths found in Shakespeare help explain why theater companies often like to give his plays a contemporary setting. Audiences at The Other Barn in Oakland Mills will take it in stride that the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company has taken a...
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Richard Griffiths, the nimble British character actor best known to American audiences as cantankerous, wizard-fearing Uncle Vernon in the blockbuster Harry Potter films, died Thursday at a hospital in Coventry, England. He was 65. The cause was...
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Alice Cohill Marquez, of Stafford Hall, Clear Spring, Md., died Friday, April 5, 2013, at her home. Born July 10, 1912, in Cohill Station near Hancock, Md., she was the eldest daughter of the late Leo Aloysius and Anna Marie Bevans Cohill. Mrs....
The words and ideas expressed by poetry can impart emotions and memories just like photographs and music, Caroline Kennedy told a crowd in Naperville Thursday. The daughter of President John F. Kennedy was on the campus of North Central College in...
Tags: Music, Mother's Day, Entertainment, Poetry, New York City
As the character Pete Hornberger on NBC's late, lamented “30 Rock,” Scott Adsit played for seven seasons the relative straight man surrounded by a cast of oddballs and idiosyncratics. But among true comedy nerds, particularly in Chicago,...
Hartford CourantThe latest show from the British director and South African puppeteers of Broadway’s award-winning “War Horse,” a premiere of a chamber opera based on a Chekhov short story, performance by Aaron Neville and the Kronos Quartet and talks...
Like a graphic novel come to life, Orlando Shakespeare Theater's "Titus Andronicus" is bold, stylish and in your face. In terms of verve and theatricality, it succeeds in a most entertaining manner. But the play's stylized trappings — raucous rock...
Oh, Will, you bad, bad Bard. All the time I’ve been defending you from the elitists and snobs who refuse to credit the idea that you, a mere glover’s son, could have penned some of the most lyrical passages and memorable characters in the...
Channel Guide Magazinepivot launches Aug. 1 in 74 million homes. Yes, the “p” is lower case, because capitalization is so bourgeois. Participant Media this week announced the Aug. 1 launch of pivot, in what could be seen as the next step toward a socially...
Even for fans for such prior endeavors as "The Bomb-itty of Errors" and "Funk it Up About Nothin'," a hip-hop version of "Othello" sounded like a stretch for the Q Brothers, that bizarre pair of theatrically inclined Caucasian rappers, born and raised...
The Hartford CourantA premiere of an original musical comedy, two classics performed in repertory, a reunion of the theater's five artistic directors, and a "rejuvenated" Dickens' favorite are highlights of Hartford Stage's 50th anniversary season beginning in September....
Hartford CourantA world premiere of an original musical comedy, two classic performed in repertory, a reunion of the theater’s five artistic directors and a “rejuvenated” “A Christmas Carol” will be among the highlights of Hartford Stage&...
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