Monday Aug 18
Review: TE San Pedro Rep engulfs audience in a The Lady of Shalotta
Directed and conceived by Aaron Ganz, the play - semi-based on Alfred, Lord Tennyson's 1842 poem “Lady” - is a shimmering, exciting, sometimes bewildering and always exalting celebration of Arthurian legend.
'Spamalot' turns up the humor for rollicking good time
Theatre of the Absurd arrived at Stockton Civic Theatre in the form of "Monty Python's Spamalot," one of the most ridiculous musicals ever produced.
Footprints of history on the streets of S.F.
Green Street, named after a con man who was later exposed, is the site of the historic Octagon House.
El Paso Times
Steinbeck's quest: Scholar follows author's search for an ethical ideal
In a helpful reading of the ethical content of John Steinbeck's writings, "Searching for Eden" , John Timmerman traces the trajectory of Steinbeck's philosophical development from his early focus on community - the need for humans to care for their fellows - to a more encompassing ethical ideal rooted in the Arthurian legend.
Shepherd Celtic France Study Program Early Enrollment Deadline May 15
Community members are invited to join the study tour deposit is required for the discount.