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Witch hunting then and now

Puritans in 17th century New England believed that Satan was real and ever present.  To doubt that the devil was a clear and present danger was an indication that you yourself were under the influence of the devil. 893 more words


Finishing the Picture

The Finborough Theatre have scored another coup by premiering Arthur Miller’s final play, Finishing the Picture. It’s a thinly-disguised portrait of Marilyn Monroe and the production of her last film, and while it’s not one of Miller’s best, it’s still an interesting curiosity. 271 more words



It’s time for peek of the day – one of the scripts I’m dying to try one day is…

Death of a Salesman book by Arthur Miller

Amalgamation Of Life

Episode 33: Virtue

The homework for the episode:
Martha: Dogma, the 1999 film by Kevin Smith
Pete: The Crucible by Arthur Miller (for extra credit, watch the film adaptation starring DYDYH’s unofficial mascot Daniel Day Lewis!) 539 more words


No Mercy in love

“Because it is my name! Because I cannot have another in my life! Because I lie and sign myself to lies! Because I am not worth the dust on the feet of them that hang! 45 more words

Where to Spend the Summer --- Two Very Different Summer Rentals

Looking to spend some time out of the city this summer, but tired of old standbys like Martha’s Vinyard (if you’re a Democrat) and Mordor (if you’re a Republican)? 389 more words


How Green Was My Valley

(Catch my previous John Ford film review here: She Wore A Yellow Ribbon)

John Ford’s 1941 drama film about a small Welsh mining town in the late 19th century was an adaptation of a 1939 novel of the same name. 1,185 more words