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George and Martha go at it again in troupe's premiere production

By Richard Ades

A statement printed in the program of Adrenaline Theatre Company’s first production calls Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? “perhaps the greatest single play in American theatre.” 536 more words

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The Cosplay Sketch-off Returns!

Happy New Year everybody! It’s been a bit quiet in Mancster World as we’ve been busy planning for MancsterCon 2015 but have no fear, we have lots in store such as reviews, interviews with local artists and events. 160 more words

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Intermediate WordPress

Title: Intermediate WordPress Location: MadLab Description: A course designed to improve the skills of those who already know the basics of WordPress. Are you ready to take your WordPress site to the next level? 64 more words

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If you can Clean a barbell, well, at 135#, can you clean it well after having run a mile? 39 more words

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Recorded memories prove invaluable in dystopian murder mystery

By Richard Ades

Following the world premiere of Memory Fragments last week, playwright Sam Wallin described the mystery as an example of “cyberpunk.” He explained that this is a form of science fiction that mixes a futuristic setting with elements of film noir. 546 more words

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Roommate comedy launches assault on fourth wall

By Richard Ades

Remember the big restaurant scene from When Harry Met Sally? I thought of it after attending Thursday’s preview performance of The Playdaters… 715 more words

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'Play with your Food' in the MadLab Gallery!

“The idea of showing food in a manner that’s reserved to people gives a unique take on human personality. This show is for anyone who has ever enjoyed playing with their food and now they don’t have to imagine what it would look like. 143 more words

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