Rare is the opportunity to observe an A/B test on stage. Acting teachers likely see this sort of thing more often, but regular theatre artists like me certainly do not. 1,031 more words
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On December 4, 1983, the readers of Parade magazine were treated to the cover story “How to Stay Fit” by President Ronald Reagan. In the article, Reagan, or his ghostwriter, described his fitness and diet regimen, which included “the cutting, hauling, and stacking of the wood” at his ranch, and finished: 1,203 more words
Life in the Eighties
During the 1980’s, deregulation, expanding competition, and new technologies changed the functioning structure of the working class that received mixed reactions and resulted in a wide variety of societal and workforce altering changes. 2,861 more words
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“Very Steven Spielberg…” notes Garfield’s Prior Walter as the Angel makes its terrifying descent to Earth at the conclusion of Part One of Angels in America. 613 more words