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    1. Fifty years ago last month, a lacerating, dark comedy-drama opened in theaters, helping change the landscape of American cinema. “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” – based on Edward Albee’s Tony-winning play – not only captured that landmark American drama’s game-changing interpersonal dynamics,...

    2. Fifty years ago last month, a lacerating, dark comedy-drama opened in theaters, helping change the landscape of American cinema. “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” – based on Edward Albee’s Tony-winning play – not only captured that landmark American drama’s game-changing interpersonal dynamics,...

    3. Fifty years ago last month, a lacerating, dark comedy-drama opened in theaters, helping change the landscape of American cinema. “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” – based on Edward Albee’s Tony-winning play – not only captured that landmark American drama’s game-changing interpersonal dynamics,...

    4. The Area Stage Company and Theatre Conservatory will present Thornton Wilder’s Our Town, July 22, 7:30 p.m.; July 23, 7:30 p.m., and July 24, 5...

    5. The Dance of Death is in repertory until September 10, Engaged until October 23

    6. Radu Beligan, a Romanian actor whose career enjoyed a remarkable longevity, died July 20 in Bucharest at 97 after eight decades of stage activity. The cause was a heart attack.

    7. At a time when voters are by all accounts mad as hell and not willing to take it anymore, the conditions seem ripe for an American version of the Angry Young Men movement that transformed the postwar British theater. The charge led by John Osborne in 1956 with “Look Back in Anger” successfully...

    8. Heidi Blickenstaff, Jeff Bowen, Susan Blackwell and Hunter Bell in [title of show]. (Carol Rosegg) 1953 Actress Maude Adams dies today. Born in 1873, Adams, at the age of 32, played the title role in James M. Barrie's Peter Pan when it had its American premiere at the Empire Theatre in 1905. (Nina Boucicault played the role in London in 1904). Barrie wrote the part with Adams in mind.

    9. 1935 President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the American National Theatre and Academy bill today, calling for a self-supporting national theatre.

    10. Cambria resident has worked both on stage and in the director’s chair in previous productions Cast of the “plotless” musical is the largest to grace the CCAT stage … Click to Continue »

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