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Hurry up and finish, willya? That's becoming almost a rallying cry on the Baltimore arts and entertainment scene, as filmgoers, theater lovers, lounge lizards, even merry-go-round riders wait eagerly for new and refurbished venues to open. Some...
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Shakespeare's "Antony and Cleopatra" is a funny sort of tragedy. Although its martial and amorous complications have deadly consequences, this play has a lot of jokes along the way. Indeed, the snake that the Egyptian queen uses to kill herself is...
If you've simply been too busy to read all of the world's great literature, the Columbia Festival of the Arts has got a time-saving program for you. When the three-member Reduced Shakespeare Company performs "All the Great Books (abridged)" on Saturday,...
NEW YORK — "Even if you're little, you can do a lot" sings the spirited 5-year-old heroine of "Matilda, the Musical," the Broadway hit adapted from the children's classic by Roald Dahl. The lyrics are a message of self-empowerment for Matilda, a...
NEW YORK -- The Royal Shakespeare Company's Greg Doran had a rather strange welcome to New York when he arrived at JFK on Saturday. "The oxygen masks came down right when we landed," said Doran, the man whose company is behind best musical nominee...
“Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and others have greatness thrust upon them.” —William Shakespeare, from his sonnet on shortcake You’re skeptical? You doubt that Shakespeare would have expended his considerable...
If you're a "Whedonite" (the moniker given to fans of Writer/Director Joss Whedon) then you probably know Fran Kranz from his role on Whedon's "Dollhouse." But Kranz' credentials go far beyond his stint as "Topher" on the short-lived sci-fi series. His...
Roger Wolfson's backyard is not unlike the others that dot this rugged Silver Lake hillside — a narrow slip of grass, on a steep incline, with a distant view of the reservoir. But Wolfson's yard, unlike the others, also has a Roman-style...
Broadway will get a concentrated dose of comedy and tragedy this fall – brought on by acclaimed British actor Mark Rylance. The two-time Tony winner – formerly artistic director of Shakespeare's Globe in London – will star in Globe...
Farouk Mustafa spent an entire career building literary bridges between the Arabic and English worlds. Thanks to his work as a translator, Arabic readers have been able to laugh at the antics of Falstaff in William Shakespeare's "Henry IV, Part 1" and...
Poised before a lawn full of film enthusiasts seated on blankets and in folding chairs, many with alcoholic beverages in hand, the cast of “Much Ado About Nothing” reminisced and laughed as though they were being featured on a reunion...
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