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Desire Under the Elms (1958)

“There’s something dark in the corners of this house prowling.”

So says Burl Ives.

Burl plays a stern taskmaster here with little room in his heart for his three sons. 467 more words

Daily Take

The O'Neill Celebrates 50 Years

My time at the O’Neill Center as a National Critics Fellow culminated in a fabulous, fun anniversary gala. The O’Neill is turning 50, read about it here or… 245 more words


Where the Writers Are: Homes of Writers We Love

Whether lounging by the beach, pool, lake or air conditioning unit, avid readers likely have a book in hand at all times. That’s one of the perks of sweltering summers: extra time for languid afternoons and books. 400 more words

Serenity Now

July 8, 1914

By Richard van Pelt, WWI Correspondent

In Vienna, the German Ambassador Tschirschky urges Austria to quickly attack Serbia, before Russia can intervene. Encouraged, an Austrian official comments “We are completely one with Berlin.” 2,643 more words

World War I In Marion County

The Juice Bar is on Summer Hiatus!

Thank you all for your devotion & juicy contributions!

L.K. Thayer is in a play called “O’Neill’s Ghosts”

Rehearsals start today for a September 5th opening! 32 more words

L. K. Thayer's Poetry Juice Bar

SPOTLIGHT: Dashing Pre-Code Gable (V)

Welcome to a new Film Friday and the continuation of our series on the Pre-Code films of Clark Gable, the first male star to get a spotlight here on That’s Entertainment! 842 more words


Book review: Lars Norén - And Give Us the Shadows (Och ge oss skuggorna)

The Swedish title translates to And Give Us the Shadows. The play has been performed in France and elsewhere, and there is an English-language version… 765 more words