- The Cleveland Plain DealerJul 27 09:40 AM
Edward Albee's celebrated classic "The Zoo Story" and Rome Neal's celebrated retelling of a classic, "Julius Caesar Set in Africa," open this week in Cleveland.
- The AgeJul 12 05:48 PM
The great Edward Albee has cautioned writers against thinking of their works as "short" or "full-length", instead advising them to allow their stories precisely the amount of time they need to be told.
- Cornwall Seaway NewsJul 27 08:32 AM
CORNWALL, Ontario - “Is progress always a good thing?”, is the central question in The Seaway Valley Theatre Company’s upcoming production of Edward Albee’s Pulitzer Prize winning play, Seascapes, which opens on Thursday, in Lamoureux Park. As part of the Arts in the Park summer entertainment ...
- Haaretz DailyJul 15 10:21 AM
Same-sex couples are a rare phenomenon in American cinema, but anyone who looks closely will notice how Hollywood planted the idea in the heart of the mainstream decades before the recent Supreme Court decision.
- Boulder Daily CameraJul 03 03:03 PM
David Gessner and Sean Prentice will appear at the Boulder Library to discuss authors Edward Abbey and Wallace Stegner and their desire for group think about climate change, water, environmental destruction, overpopulation and the beauty of our sere landscape.
- EURwebJul 07 10:31 PM
*First produced off-Broadway in 1964, “Dutchman” won the Obie Award. Amiri Baraka’s breakthrough play, co-produced by Edward Albee and presented and published when Baraka was still known as LeRoi Jones, launched the prolific African American writer into the front ranks of American public intellectuals. At the current moment, when race relations and related violence are once […]
- WBTV CharlotteJul 15 09:04 AM
Thalian Association has opened its second show of the group's summer season at the Red Barn Studio in Wilmington.
- Denver PostJul 23 11:08 PM
Athena Project's "Improv Competition" is a celebration of female improvisational artists in a competitive setting.
- Valley NewsJul 29 09:50 PM
The recipients of the first Kennedy Center Honors in 1978 were beyond stellar. They were legends, household names and artists with enormous influence and still unfolding historical impact.
- Washington PostJul 24 08:31 AM
Critic?s Notebook | Composers, choregraphers and playwrights have given way to more TV-friendly stars.
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