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Last night, my ten-year-old daughter, her grandfather, and I played Hearts. New to this game, she was tentative for a few hands, fearful of losing. The third game in, she dropped a card that caught me entirely by surprise: a king of clubs who gobbled up my sloughed heart. 256 more words
When the Theatre Guild premiered Eugene O’Neill’s THE ICEMAN COMETH in 1946, after O’Neill had withdrawn from the theatre some twelve years earlier, critic George Jean Nathan wrote, “The American theatre has a soul again.” I thought of that yesterday, when I saw the Williamstown Theatre Festival’s production of O’Neill’s MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN. 200 more words
(L to R): Will Swenson (James Tyrone, Jr.) and Audra McDonald (Josie Hogan). Photograph T. Charles Erickson.
Glynn Turman (Phil Hogan). Photograph T. Charles Erickson. … 688 more words