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The Lack of Plays

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This is still not a book review, don’t worry we will get back to them shortly I can assure you. But recently I have been thinking about what I might dare to read once I have come to the end of this year’s reading challenge, which gets closer and closer to actually happening with each back cover I turn to. 512 more words

Ramblings

Robert S.P. Fripp's "Power of a Woman"

Eleanor of Aquitaine was the daughter of a provincial Duke in France. Twice she married Kings and had many children, although she outlived most of them and several grandchildren, living into her ninth decade, suffering annulment and internal exile. 63 more words

Book Reviews

The literature of Southeast Michigan & Southwestern Ontario

I would be delighted to put together a Socratic discussion on the fiction, plays and poetry of the Southeast Michigan and Southwestern Ontario region; that belt running from Ann Arbor-Flint-Detroit-Monroe-Port Huron across the Detroit and St. 56 more words

Theatrically Matrimonial

And the final installment of our hero’s travels (or should that be travails?)

Because of one thing and another, it took me longer to get back to Port Naain than I originally envisaged. 2,447 more words

'Angry boredom': early responses to Waiting for Godot showcased online (The Guardian)

The Guardian: ‘Angry boredom’: early responses to Waiting for Godot showcased online. “Today, Waiting for Godot is the most celebrated of Samuel Beckett’s plays, but newly digitised material from the depths of the British Library shows how its first audiences responded in horror to its ‘lavatory references’, while some anticipated that ‘this ugly little jet of marsh-gas’ from ‘the late James Joyce’s secretary’ would soon be forgotten.”

New Resources

Making a Monster: Rivendell Theatre Ensemble Continues Its Dedication to Female-Identified Artists With World Premiere of Margaret Atwood Adaptation

I wrote a theater feature for Newcity Magazine on Rivendell Theatre Ensemble’s upcoming show “Alias Grace,” the world premiere of the Margaret Atwood adaptation. Click  1,311 more words

Journalistic Writing

Prostitutes and Playwrights (Again)

What do Prostitutes and Playwrights have in common?

According to my Hollywood Agent, quite a lot.

Check out the full conversation at IrishCentral.com.

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