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Book Review: Our Town

It’s been a few years since I’v read a play that wasn’t written by William Shakespeare. So I was excited when this month’s prompt for the… 342 more words

Reading

Thornton Wilder

Like many reading this, I remember reading (and acting) Our Town in high school, and being too young to really appreciate it. Now that I’m older, I can see the truth of the play, of being aware of life as one lives it. 456 more words

Thornton Wilder

3 Quotes - Thornton Wilder

Thornton Wilder, American playwright, novelist
(born: Thornton Niven Wilder)

born:
April 17, 1897 in Madison, Wisconsin, USA

died:
December 7, 1975, in Hamden, Connecticut, USA… 102 more words

Quotes

On Sacred Writings: Our Town

When one hears the term “sacred writings”, one thinks usually of the Bible or the Torah or the Koran or other writings central to a set of religious beliefs. 577 more words

Spirituality

Exploring Grover's Corners

Today finds me not in the usual place at all, not any where near the usual place in fact. Right now I am on a bus in New Hampshire, traveling to Portland, ME where I will then catch another bus to a little coastal town named… 289 more words

Theatre

If I wasn’t an actor, I’d be a secret agent. – Thornton Wilder http://ift.tt/1XQvrIZ

Thornton Wilder

Brutal Brutus

“There is no need for me to curse you -the murderer survives the victim only to learn that it was himself that he longed to be rid of.  155 more words

Psalms