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Each Monday, we’re giving readers a chance to get to know the media a little better.
With a little flair.
Our goal is to give readers some insight into the work and work style of area journalists, and get to know a little bit about the person behind the byline. 408 more words
Only Samuel Beckett would write a play about a woman buried up to her chest in a
massive hill of sand, her only companions a taciturn old man and a bag containing drugstore goodies and a gun … and call it 74 more words
What happens when a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright takes on a Newberry Award-
winning author’s story about 12th century Korea, Single Shard? Something refreshing.
As tastefully restrained spectacles go, there aren’t many shows that can compete with the new play, … 70 more words
The American dream as a guiding star, historic relic, or unreachable aspiration has been
both studied and sullied by playwrights for decades. Never more so than in Horton Foote’s powerful opus, … 41 more words