- Baltimore SunJun 23 12:38 PM
A girl named Rose, a blue lion and a delightful new theatrical adaptation of Gertrude Stein's book
- Los Angeles TimesJun 24 01:24 PM
Bold graphics in shades of pink and lemon yellow. Poetic phrases, borrowed from e.e. cummings and Gertrude Stein. Bits of typography that torque and bend. The survey devoted to the art of Corita Kent at the Pasadena Museum of California Art gathers a lifetime of masterful printmaking by one of...
- NPRJun 27 07:19 AM
The ink on the Supreme Court's landmark decision was hardly dry before the New York Public Library mounted a pop-up exhibit about same-sex relationships.
Exclusive: New Plays With Judith Ivey, Estelle Parsons and Austin Pendleton To Highlight Cherry Lane SeasonPlaybillJun 25 03:41 PM
The play had its U.S. premiere in 1989 at Brooklyn Academy of Music , but was performed in Norwegian. Located on Commerce Street in New York's Greenwich Village, Cherry Lane Theatre has produced a succession of early plays by writers whose names have lent distinction to the American and international literary and dramatic treasuries dating back to the 1920s: F. Scott Fitzgerald , W.H. Auden ...
- Ventura County ReporterJul 01 10:53 PM
Out of the Box
- Denver PostJun 10 04:36 PM
American opera is finally getting its chance, and seizing the opportunity with a revolutionary spirit.
- The Wall Street JournalJun 22 11:32 PM
Alfred Maurer garnered early international success as a Realist, then later pursued Fauvism, Expressionism and Cubism with a vengeance.
- Daily Local NewsJun 21 04:45 PM
Two business leaders with Chester County connections took home awards in the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year contest for the Philadelphia region. Michael Bontrager, founder, chairman and CEO of Chatham Financial in Kennett Township, and Bill Aubrey, president and CEO of Gertrude Hawk Chocolates, were the two chosen to continue to compete in national and international competitions put on ...
- Bennington BannerJun 16 06:38 PM
BENNINGTON >> Oldcastle Theater's production of "Time Stands Still," by playwright Donald Margulies, makes one think about the lifelong struggle between work and play. Only in this case, "play" for the story's main character is work for most others. Played by actor Marianna Bassham, Sarah is a photojournalist who lives for her work.
- Johnson City PressJun 10 02:58 PM
"Don't judge a book by its cover" - another cliche that is ever so true. We all need to work a little harder to apply this to our everyday lives - even me.
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