Vaca-Who?

The last couple of weeks have been some of the busiest of the year. They won’t BE the busiest of the year—that time comes in late September/early October for me—but they HAVE been the busiest. The reason? Well, as soon as the academic year ends for me, the theatrical year begins. Five years ago I […]

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Shakespeare in Paradise — A Theatre Festival for Nassau and the World

With the curtain call of Julius Caesar, at 10:30 tonight, the 2011 Shakespeare in Paradise theatre festival officially came to an end. We would like to thank all of our performers, directors, volunteers, staff, guests artists, sponsors and of course our audiences who helped to make this year’s festival a success. For the majority of […]

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R.I.P. Harold Pinter

  How Pinteresque, to die on Christmas Eve. LONDON (AP) — Harold Pinter, praised as the most influential British playwright of his generation and a longtime voice of political protest, has died after a long battle with cancer. He was 78. Pinter, whose distinctive contribution to the stage was recognized with the Nobel Prize for […]

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