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Fire, Fury, and Painful Memories Drive Wilson’s JITNEY

Review: Jitney

By Perry Tannenbaum

Allowing for inflation and cost-of-living increases since 1977, fares at Becker’s Car Service seem to be fiercely competitive – so competitive that the five cab drivers at the core of August Wilson’s… 1,196 more words



Dear all

As some of you may know, I was brought up by my Grandparents and since my Grandma died in 2005 I have lived with my Grandad since then. 564 more words

Glendale police seek information on missing man | azcentral.com

Glendale police are seeking a missing man they say may be near the White Tank Mountains.

Tony Leon Wright, 54, was last seen at 2:30 a.m. 27 more words


The Great Comedy Snafu @ The Peer Hat, NQ

Well, it’s been a few drinks between gigs but we find ourselves back on the comedy trail. This time hiding away from the sunshine in one of the Northern Quarter’s newest entertainment venues – … 883 more words


"A Chorus Line" @ CP Remains as Fresh as Ever – in Spots

Review:  A Chorus Line

By Perry Tannenbaum

Simple and realistic – while obeying the classic theatre unities of ancient Greece – Michael Bennett’s A Chorus Line… 733 more words


Series Two, Episode Two: "I don't find your student humour amusing."

Originally Aired on 22nd September 1997

Well, I’m back, and I’m not the only one. I spoke (four years ago) about how there were a lot of returning guests in series two, and in this episode, we get two of the better guests from the first series. 2,486 more words

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Art and Business Clash in "Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom"

Review: Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom

By Perry Tannenbaum

Few playwrights, black or white, would write a line so richly laden with poignancy as “Somewhere the moon has fallen through a window and broken into thirty pieces of silver” only to bury it in the silent text of his prologue. 1,139 more words