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You never know where Michigan playwright Joseph Zettelmaier is going to go next.
Is America's government too big?
Should public schools teach Evolution or Creationism?
Martha . Love Is Colder Than Death: The Cinema of Rainer Werner Fassbinder Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb .
You know what I love? Soliloquies! Nothing is more awesome to me than when an album pauses in all the music and has a track where someone suddenly takes the mike and starts talking.
I remember listening to and liking this band when they were around the first time.
Doctor Who fans have, like most geeks, multiple fandoms and one artist, MichaelthePure is creating the ultimate Doctor Who Tim Burton portrait set.
The tourbillion which is the holidays is rapidly approaching, and Scientific Computing is here to reduce the stress from the chaos of gift giving.
A local nun traveled to the nation's capital this week and fasted for two days as part of a month-long movement in Washington, D.C. Immigrant rights and labor leaders launched "Fast for Families: A Call for Immigration Reform and Citizenship" on Nov. 12. The group set up tents on Capitol Hill last month, and members plan to remain until Thursday.
Ever since Orson Welles inspired panic with his spoof radio broadcast, the War of the Worlds has been ripe for mischief.
If by now you are as tired of the walking shuffling, brain and flesh-eating undead as you are of the shiny, sparkly pretty-boy vampires , and are interested into getting back to Bram Stokers original, horrific vision of the blood-sucking living dead, then travel with us back into the not so distant past of the turn of this most recent century and ... (more)
In the former a cold, unforgiving man in Victorian London finds redemption and renewal through the Christmas Eve visits of three spirits.
I have a lot of stuff by the Cure . I don't know why. They were never top of my list of favourite bands.
Orson Welles was publishing his own versions of Shakespearean plays by the time he was a teenager, so it seems Welles was destined to make Chimes at Midnight , and much has been written comparing his life to that of the Falstaff character.
Around the World , a play written by Orson Welles and Cole Porter based on Jules Verne's "Around The World in 80 Days," begins performances at New York City's Mint Theater Dec. 6. Lost Musicals' semi-staged production was recently presented in London at Sadler's Wells.