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Jackson Ward's Lost Emperor

Gilpin Court is not Richmond’s finest neighborhood. By many metrics, the 783-unit public housing complex – the city’s largest – is in fact the worst place to live within Richmond’s boundaries. 1,623 more words

What if the world be mad?

What if the world be mad?
You are near
What if the mind be sad?
You are here
In my heart, My dear

What if the dream grows old… 69 more words

Poetry - Seasons

Theater Week - We Happy Few

A listing of Triangle theater performances
through October 13, 2014

Desire Under the Elms – A New England family experiences relationship issues in Eugene O’Neill’s 1924 tragedy, based on the legend of Phaedra. 439 more words

Triangle Theater

Searching for Better Ways: A Reflection on Eugene O'Neill and Hitting the Mark

While working backstage for the Fly Arts Center’s most recent play Daddy’s Dyin’ Who’s Got The Will, I was aptly reminded of how creatively taxing and draining being in a production on either side of the curtain is. 705 more words


Eugene O’Neill on Happiness, Hard Work, and Success in a Letter to His Unmotivated Young Son

by Maria Popova

“Any fool knows that to work hard at something you want to accomplish is the only way to be happy.”

By the time he was fifty, playwright… 813 more words

Art And Humanities