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I'm Right Here

Here’s an endorsement that might not sound like one: for a play about three upper-class, narcissistic WASPs alternately moaning about their medical, financial, and relationship problems, Melissa Ross’  537 more words


The Pizza Man Cometh

So, recently I picked up a part time job delivering pizzas to help support my fledgling writing career. It’s not that I was dreading having to split my time between my writing and some dumb job – I know that’s what… 737 more words

Intermission: In Celebration of the Longest Day of the Year

A short list of movies with the word ‘long’ in their title:

The Long Kiss Goodnight (1996, Geena Davis, Samuel L. Jackson)

I love this movie because Geena Davis is a badass in it. 327 more words


Take a Dip: Literary Greats In Their Bathing Suits

[Editor’s note: Your devoted Flavorwire team is taking Memorial Day off, but we’ve left you with some of our favorite summer-related features that you may have missed the first time around. 188 more words


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Summer is coming!  

Epilogue to Book One

A new theater was forming in Provincetown as this story unfolded. Its practitioners Eugene O’Neill and the others. Most not much remembered today beyond old Greenwich Village or Provincetown. 329 more words

Shoal Hope

Eugene O'Neill's debt to George Bernard Shaw

Ah Wilderness! takes place on the Fourth of July in what Eugene O’Neill calls in his first stage direction ‘a large small-town in Connecticut’. The play is not, as you would think if you had seen the recent production at The Young Vic, about growing-up, but about growing up in America at the beginning of the last century. 1,360 more words


11 Questions with the cast of Ah, Wilderness! - Lucas Pinto

Lucas Pinto is currently playing Tommy Miller (also played by Rory Stroud) in Ah, Wilderness! at the Young Vic. Here are his answers to our 11 Questions… 191 more words

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