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Isn't That Remarkable?

One of my favorite moments in all of literature is the scene in Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman where Biff Loman finally breaks down and breaks through a lifetime of lies and delusions and makes his father, Willy Loman, understand that he loves him.  753 more words

General Essays

Mr. Freeze

Because Eugene O’Neill told us to stop with “The Iceman Cometh” nonsense….

The NHL’s ice truck rolled into Nats Park this morning, under just the type of delightful balmy winter weather we’re hoping to avoid on New Year’s Day. 362 more words

Washington Capitals

Thanksgiving Memories

People will describe numerous signs of aging to you. To my mind not wanting to have Thanksgiving dinner at home makes the top spot on that list. 1,031 more words

Slice Of Life

At Ursa with O'Neill

“I became drunk with the beauty and singing rhythm of it – and for a second I lost myself, actually lost my life. I was set free! 38 more words

Photography

'Classics on TV: Great American Playwrights', a BFI Southbank season

Screen Plays is thrilled to announce details of our fourth season of screenings at BFI Southbank in January 2015. Following on from our successful seasons of… 499 more words

BFI

when my "stuff" is not together

Bloggers are supposed to have their “stuff” (or whatever word signifying one’s essential wherewithal) together.

Via Facebook, people, responding to a delightfully open-ended, non-directive question (What’s on your mind?), typically share with family and friends and cyber-kinships latest news, meditative musings, and flash, succinctly-expressed observations of life in this world. 430 more words

A Personal Reflection

Bring Some Extra Blankets

David Auburn won the Pulitzer Prize in 2001 for his play Proof, which is probably the only reason that Lost Lake is being produced now by the Manhattan Theatre Club.   368 more words

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