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Henry VI Part One  – William Shakespeare

This is the first play in the first Tetralogy, to be followed by parts Two and Three, ending with Richard III.

This is a play that has a lot – political intrigue, an unsure King, a strong female warrior, and quite a lot of fighting. 994 more words


Playhouse presents pair of one act plays

By Lew Rhodes

Member, Entertainment Presenters

On Saturday, June 23, at 2:00 p.m., be prepared for laughter in the Encore Theater as Riderwood’s Entertainment Presenters will once again collaborate with the Laurel Mill Playhouse to benefit the Benevolent Care Fund. 192 more words

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The Myth vs. The Man: The Emotional World of Springsteen on Broadway

The lights are dimming in the Walter Kerr Theatre. The show is about to begin. At any other theatre performance, this would be a signal for the crowd to quiet down. 1,846 more words


Kitchen Sink Realism

Author: Dorothy Chansky

Genre: non-fiction
Published: 2015
Rating: B

Domestic labor has figured largely on American stages.
The genre “kitchen sink realism” both supports and challenges… 167 more words


Dream Shamer

This is a sketch based on a prompt from Jake. Thanks Jake.

Dream Shamer


Lesson 27

Today, we had a royal wedding inspired lesson. We read an article about the marriage between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and wrote about what we would do if we could be King or Queen for the day. 75 more words


'Reaching out for life in a new country': Winsome Pinnock on her play Leave Taking

Winsome Pinnock’s play Leave Taking, about a Caribbean family living in North London, is as powerful today as it was when it was first performed in 1987. 1,639 more words