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REVIEW: Tartuffe | Black Swan State Theatre Company

Tartuffe

Review by Rhys Tarling

25.10.16

By any measure, Tartuffe is an unqualified success: the contemporary spin heightens the comedy, the set design (Richard Roberts… 575 more words

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Showcasing our students' creativity - the MHS Student Art Exhibition

Showcasing the creative work of our students is always a joy, and this year the MHS Student Art Exhibition delighted those who came to see the variety of work by students of Art, Visual Communication Design, Photography, and Media and performances by Drama students. 518 more words

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Book Review: Please Don't Tell My Parents I'm A Supervillain by Richard Roberts

I bought this book for my Kindle app way back in January but I only had time to read it in August. And I only read it because I was outside the house waiting for a service done and had nothing to do in the customer lounge. 766 more words

Funny Friday - RPG's, young villains and strange curses

Ready for your Friday dose of humor? In today’s episode:

  • a graphic novel with a solid dose of RPG,
  • a series of young-adult novels about a supervillains and superheroes,
  • 522 more words
Fantasy

James A. Michener's Tales of the South Pacific

Seventy years ago, James A. Michener was adding the finishing edits to his very first book, a collection of 19 short stories titled Tales of the South Pacific… 697 more words

Michener Art Museum

Please Don't Tell My Parents I'm a Supervillian

By: Richard Roberts

Narrated by: Emily Woo Zeller

GoodReads Summary: Penelope Akk wants to be a superhero. She’s got superhero parents. She’s got the ultimate mad science power, filling her life with crazy gadgets even she doesn’t understand. 523 more words

Audiobook

"Bridge and Tunnel" at Indiana Repertory Theatre

4 stars

Milicent Wright is no stranger to one-woman shows; Bridge & Tunnel, now on stage at the Indiana Repertory Theatre, is her fifth. 252 more words

Indianapolis Theater