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  1. Playwright Sarah Ruhl says she was drawn to Virginia Woolf’s novel “Orlando” because of the joy and exuberance that is central to the storytelling. Orlando navigates life from ...

  2. 'Out of My Head' Review

    The Hollywood Reporter5 days ago

    In case you were wondering what Virginia Woolf, Thomas Jefferson, Georgia O'Keefe and Thomas Jefferson had in common, it's that they all suffered from migraines. Among the notables ...

  3. Albee—most famous for Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, and who died in 2016, at 88­—wrote the first part, Homelife, in 2004, as a companion piece to his debut play, The Zoo Story ...

  4. He returned to Broadway in a 2012 revival of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" and had two good things happen — he met his wife doing the show and one of the creators of "Homeland ...

  5. Guests make ‘The Party’

    The Boston Globe4 days ago

    A tart black comedy of bad behavior among the British boho-bourgeoisie, “The Party” is a surprisingly slight offering coming from Sally Potter, the risk-taking director still best known for ...

  6. ," where words are used as weapons, and the setting becomes increasingly tense. Also, with the absence of color, viewers can better focus on individual, finely tuned performances. Although the ...

  7. Virginia Woolf had something to say about lighthouses. In her 1927 novel, To the Lighthouse, she addressed the object’s status as a beacon and guiding...

  8. Almost 18 months ago, I received a letter from Wayne McGregor. ‘I have a collaborative project I would like to share with you.’ Would I be interested in working on a piece based on the psalms ...

  9. Richard M. Woolf Obituary

    WKBN 27 Youngstown4 days ago

    Warren, Ohio

  10. Thematic ambition and formal versatility have long been the hallmarks of Potter's wide-ranging filmmaking career, the best-known products of which include her striking 1992 Virginia Woolf ...

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