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Hollywood horror: Actress’ death highlights Native American women’s woes

WASHINGTON – Charles Upham last saw his daughter alive on Oct. 5.

His daughter, 32-year-old Native American actress Misty Upham, was at the height of her career, having starred alongside Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts in 2013’s “August: Osage County.” Her breakout role came in 2008 with the award-winning film “Frozen River,” featuring Melissa Leo. 68 more words

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UPDATED: Tickets going quickly for critically acclaimed AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY

UPDATED 3/12: August: Osage County is sold out! Thank you for your patronage, Cincinnati!*

*Due to demand, tickets must be picked up at the box office by 7:50 or they will be released for patrons on our waitlist. 133 more words
Current Season

REVIEW: August: Osage County

Director Buz Davis said something to me at the afterparty along the lines of “And they said we couldn’t stage this thing in the basement!” I’m not sure who actually said it, though I’m sure lots of people thought it. 1,018 more words

Review

Eine Familie – August: Osage County

Eine Familie – August: Osage Countyvon  von Tracy Letts, Deutsch von Anna Opel
Regie: Ilan Ronen
Bühne: Tal Shacham
Kostüm: Magdalena Emmerig

mit Annette Frier, Ursula Karusseit, Friederike Kempter, Felix von Manteuffel, Eva Löbau, 
Marion Breckwoldt, Jan Messutat, Ivan Vrgoč, Jaron Löwenberg, Amelie Plaas-Link, Eva Bay.
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Tal Shacham

Mothers, The Mob, and Oscar

It’s Oscar season!  The nominations have been announced, the date is set, and my party planning is in full-force!  This year, we three are trying to catch as many Best Picture nominees as possible…although given Greenville’s lack of artistic-film interest, we may miss a few.  750 more words

The Nominee: Benedict Cumberbatch

With awards season well underway, I thought it would be fun to write about the careers of award nominated actors and actresses, past and present, in a new feature called “The Nominee.”   And the first feature goes to: Benedict Cumberbatch. 441 more words

Oscars

'The Imitation Game'

Powerful, charismatic performance by Benedict Cumberbatch (Star Trek Into Darkness, August Osage County) leads the way in the compelling story that is extraordinary and devastatingly tragic.  20 more words

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