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Movie Villains: In honor of Lord Voldemort, we chart the best of the worst bad guys, and girls Lord Voldemort, Darth Vader, Nurse Ratched, Hannibal Lecter. Who is your favorite all-time movie villain? Read more on The Cleveland Plain Dealer Bobby Sager: the not-so-secret millionaire Bobby Sager has spent the past decade living among the […]

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Best Bets, July 16: Queen Ifrica and Tony Rebel Queen Ifrica and Tony Rebel Moe’s Alley presents a full night of live reggae music featuring two Jamaican reggae artists, Tony Rebel and Queen Ifrica. Read more on Santa Cruz Sentinel Comedy of Errors Apparently, streetlamps and asphalt are all it takes to make Shakespeare look […]

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Can Harry Potter cast an online spell? J.K. Rowling’s Pottermore website could be the ‘next wave’ in publishing, but don’t count the paper book out just yet. Read more on CBC.ca Marilyn Monroe Unveiled On Mag Mile The new sculpture was unveiled Friday and will tower over Pioneer Court until Spring 2012. Read more on […]

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Festival gives rare glimpse of ‘Cymbeline’ The Upstate Shakespeare Festival has a long-standing and ambitious goal: to perform every one of the 38 plays generally attributed to the Bard. Read more on The Greenville News Culture calendar: ‘Romeo & Juliet’ AUDITIONSCantigny Park: Cantigny is seeking volunteers who would like to showcase their musical talent for […]

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Kentucky Shakespeare Image by Fund for the Arts Pics KY Shakes in the green room at CW-Louisville Live! This is Ash Edwards, Kevin Rich, & Kyle Curry Have fun! See them in the Complete Works of Shakespeare, Abridged in Central park! Plenty of seats open in county municipal races ST. GEORGE – Residents have less […]

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Mistress of My Fate, By Hallie Rubenhold Mistress of my Fate is a full-blooded historical romp that is eager to please. Read more on Independent New York Audiences Too Wimpy for Rabbit Skinning on Stage [Theater] # theater When the Royal Shakespeare Company opens its production of Shakespearean classic As You Like It (which is […]

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Colleague remembers Michael Langham as ‘our Johnny Appleseed’ Michael Langham was a visionary, masterful and fiercely passionate stage director who raised the bar at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival in its early days and made the careers of many of its biggest stars, theatre greats said Sunday at a memorial in his honour. Read more on […]

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Lecherous Politician Makes Shakespeare’s ‘Measure’ Timely: Jeremy Gerard The writhing bodies quickly fall away in this scene suggestive of biblical licentiousness. Left is the lone figure of Vincentio, duke of a Vienna that has gone all Sodom and Gomorrah under his lax leadership. Read more on Bloomberg Butterfly Buzz Proudly Presents “Zohreh & Manouchehr”, A […]

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SANDY SULZYCKI: The Week That Was (July 3, 2011) The Springwoods rallied for a 7-4 Senior City League upset win over the Lenox as Lou Chmielewski had a three-run single and Bill Onuska also hit losing pitcher George Brown hard. Read more on Connecticut Post No sleep ’til Brooklyn plays Beaver Falls BEAVER FALLS — […]

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How has the Utah Shakespeare Festival survived for 50 years? A brief look into the Utah Shakespeare Festival and how it has grown from a small theater group to one of the must-see events every year. Includes a look at changes in the festival. Read more on KSL Salt Lake City Navy Pier Plans 5M […]

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