Film and theater
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A clash of church, state and conscience drives Robert Bolt’s “A Man For All Seasons.” more
Here’s a setup that seems sure-fire comedy. more
Of all the tried-and-true dramatic formulas, the love story ranks close to the top. more
John Guare’s new play “Nantucket Sleigh Ride” takes its audience on a wild trip through churning waters. And just like with the whalers of old — harpooned to their robust adversary, bouncing along the waves and uncertain of their destination — it is the beast that is in control, fighting capture all the way. more
Everything is full circle for Laurie Walton. more
It’s like the Tribeca Film Festival meets collegiate film theory discussion. Except the snacks aren’t popcorn, but protein bars. more
Mary Seacole was a revolutionary, a Jamaican who dreamed of vaulting confines of race and class and make her mark as a “doctress” on the battlefields of the Crimean War. Playwright … more
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