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SXSW: Boundaries

Laura is making her therapist proud by making and enforcing some strong, much-needed boundaries with her father. She’s also lying to her therapist about plenty of things, including the actual number of rescue animals currently residing in her home, and in her purse on the floor of the therapist’s office. 398 more words


SXSW Film Review: 'Boundaries'

We’ve seen him dozens of times before, saying any damn thing that comes into his head (because living on the planet for 70 or 80 years has given him the right to do so).  808 more words


Every Version of Hamlet I've Seen (So Far), Ranked from Worst to Best

It’s not much of a secret that I like Shakespeare. A lot. I talk incessantly about it to those around school, I’m eager to discuss any plays I’m passionate about, I’m president of an embarrassingly tiny Shakespeare club, and who… 5,522 more words


Somewhere in Time (1980) (SPOILERS)

Returning to that Romantic Reel with the Rachmaninoff Rhapsody…

A playwright falls in love with a photograph of an actress and goes back in time to meet her… 1,766 more words

Film Review

“Try and stay sober. Until the curtain call. And for God’s sake, have fun. Don’t suffer for your art. Just have fun.”

—Christopher Plummer.

Thought For Today

“A truly great structure, one that is meant to stand the tests of time, never disregards its environment. A serious architect takes that into account. He knows that if he wants presence, he must consult with nature.”

—Christopher Plummer.

Thought For Today

“Theater roles are written by the great masters. The greatest literature that you can possibly know are the theater roles like King Lear, Hamlet, and all of those great roles.

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Thought For Today