Stoppard’s Dazzling “Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead” Delivers Wit, Wordplay, Wisdom at Princeton Summer TheaterPrinceton Town TopicsJul 20 05:30 AM
“‘The Other’ allows us to investigate new facets of once familiar stories and characters,” writes PST artistic director Ogemdi Ude in her program note. “We go to the theater to learn about new people, stories, and perspectives.
- PanARMENIAN.NetJul 07 03:12 AM
Set in 17th century Amsterdam, “Tulip Fever” follows a married woman who begins a passionate affair with an artist hired to paint her portrait.
- Deadline HollywoodJul 06 05:27 PM
Tulip Fever , the Weinstein Company film that had last been set for July 15 in limited release, has now been pushed to February 24, 2017. The film stars Oscar winner Alicia Vikander, Christoph Waltz and Judi Dench. Set in 17th century Amsterdam, it is based on novel of the same name by Deborah Moggach, written by Tom Stoppard and directed by Justin Chadwick. Other films on that February 2017 ...
- PlaybillJul 15 09:16 PM
1924 Broadway premiere of George Dibdin-Pitt's Sweeney Todd , one of numerous adaptations of the penny-dreadful tale of murder and cannibalism that would later be adapted as a musical of the same title. Robert Vivian stars as Sweeney; Raffaella Ottiano as Mrs. Lovett. It runs 67 performances.
- PlaybillJul 26 09:16 PM
Stage and screen star David Garrison , whose Broadway credits include The Visit, That Championship Season, Wicked, Titanic and more, is currently portraying The Modern Major General in the Barrington Stage Company production of Gilbert and Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance , which continues through August 13 at the Massachusetts venue.
- UPIJul 03 12:36 AM
By United Press International On July 3, 1915, J.P. Morgan Jr., son of renowned banker and financier J. P. Morgan, was shot twice in the groin by Eric Muenter, a German professor at Harvard University. Morgan survived the would-be assassination attempt.
- Marketwired via Yahoo! FinanceJul 20 05:00 AM
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- UC NewsroomJul 27 03:03 AM
What can Shakespeare, Cervantes, Proust, and even contemporary playwrights and filmmakers contribute to the study of neuroscience? A lot, says UCLA professor of integrative biology and physiology Scott Chandler.
- MarketwireJul 20 05:41 AM
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