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Antigone - Theatre Royal, Stratford

The first of two Antigone’s in 12 days, and less than three years since the last one. Greek tragedy’s were made to last. I don’t know what Ivo van Hove and Juliette Binoche have in store, but this 2500-year-old play really suits playwright Roy Williams’ contemporary gangland setting. 260 more words


Antigone @ The Theatre royal Stratford East Review

Roy Williams’ new version of Sophocles’ ancient tale of familial warfare and hubris is brought to Theatre Royal Stratford East after touring the UK at the end of 2014. 436 more words


Fitting Tribute

Last Saturday was the first home game for the University of North Carolina men’s basketball team since the death of their former coach, the legendary Dean Smith. 154 more words

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Roy Williams gives touching speech at Dean Smith memorial service

UNC held a public memorial service that featured speakers like Brad Daugherty, Antawn Jamison, the legendary Billy Cunningham, Phil Ford, and current head coach Roy Williams. 43 more words

College Basketball

UNC celebrates Dean Smith with public memorial

Former UNC men’s basketball coach Dean Smith once said, “I do believe in praising that which deserves to be praised.”

During his tenure at Carolina, Smith’s teams had a record of 879-254, with two national championships, 11 Final Four appearances and 13 ACC Tournament championships. 595 more words