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Saturday Night Fever in South Africa

Hi all,

Last night I was fortunate enough to go and watch the South African production of Saturday Night Fever. Ironically enough, it is one of the only musicals I had not see before and I was excited to go to a musical with no expectations or ideas about what the production ‘should’ be like. 751 more words

South Africa

'Virginia Woolf' Playwright Edward Albee Dies At Age 88

NEW YORK (AP) — Three-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Edward Albee, who challenged theatrical convention in masterworks such as “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” and “A Delicate Balance,” died Friday, his personal assistant said. 966 more words

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Phaedra(s)

I set off a smoke detector as I left the Brooklyn Academy of Music last night, but it was not because I was smoking. It was because of the hot mess of passion Aphrodite stirred up in the poor Phaedras – all three of them — played with a sizzling ferociousness by the inimitable French actress, … 302 more words

Brooklyn Academy Of Music

An essay in which I ponder the meaning of art

This essay was adapted from one of my readings at Kill Your Darlings, our live lit and improv series. This was from the night celebrated as Art (one of the cultural categories on thirdcoastreview.com). 919 more words

Theater

The Magnificent SEVEN- CT Screening Invite to the Premiere

BATV INVITES YOU AND A GUEST TO THE CT PREMIERE SCREENING OF

THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN

Starring Denzel Washington 

Advance screening of the Columbia Pictures film THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN on Tuesday, September 20th at 7:00PM at Cinemark Buckland Hills. 131 more words

Howard

"Little Stories" Sees Big Success

By Joseph Myers, Staff Writer

Fairytales of the Brothers Grimm are staples of the childhood experience in the Western world, but so many of our experience with these stories are quite far removed from their original source, whether it’s Disney films, pop-up books or the oral tradition of storytelling. 339 more words

Review