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- Alfred Molina, Jane Kaczmarek and the slow burn of a 'Long Day's Journey Into Night'
Molina, a marvelous classical actor who made a memorable Lopakhin in the 2006 Mark Taper Forum production of â€œThe Cherry Orchard ... per Oâ€™Neillâ€™s stage directions, contain poetry by Swinburne, whose poem â€œA Leave-Takingâ€ is heard during ...
- Tucson Comedy, Tucson Poetry, Tucson Theater Aug. 24-Sept. 1
Unscrewed Theater, 3244 E. Speedway. 289-8076. Not Burnt Out Just Unscrewed Improv Comedy Troupe â€” Interactive comedy. 7:30 p.m. Fridays-Saturdays. $5. Free Form Friday Fight Night â€” Four improv teams that compete against each other. Ages 17 and up.
- The Crisis of the Christian Colleges
He recommends that more emphasis on poetry might help. The reason of course is fear. There is now almost zero discussion, even among Christian academics, because everyone lives in constant fear of being branded, if not a â€œhaterâ€ or â€œbigotâ€ or â€œho ...
- Georgia Poet Laureateâ€™s Prize 2017: Meet the winner and finalists
Most of her poetry materializes in those dark, magical hours between midnight and dawn. A solemn season, well-suited for the work. An easy time to confront death If there ever is one. They have discovered that it is the dead Who say the most about life.
- Tasmanian poetry slam finals celebrate diversity
The Tasmanian finals of the Australian Poetry Slam took place on Friday night, with up to 20 different performers spitting rhymes at The Workers Launceston. Performers came from all around Tasmania, and as far away as Hobart, after finishing in the top ...
- VIDEO: Poetry contest for construction workers
A group of migrant workers from Bangladesh are sharing poems of longing for family and home with enthusiasts in Singapore.
- Denis Johnson, Author Who Wrote Of The 'Painfully Beautiful,' Dies At 67
A protean stylist who made a career of defying readers' expectations, he crafted fiction, poetry and reportage that was often ... we may live in a heartbreakingly romantic world," Englander wrote of Johnson in 2007, adding: "With dialogue that feels ...
- Poetry Book Explores Bermuda, Identity & More
Bermudian poet Nancy Anne Miller has released a new poetry book entitled Island Bound Mail, which is described as exploring issues such as an â€œidentity formed in exile, the complexities of belonging, and reveals the multilayers of colonial life on a ...
- â€˜He Means The World To Meâ€™ Akothee Pens Down A Poem For Her Sweetheart Manager
The â€œGive It To Meâ€ hitmaker has gone and penned down a message for her manager saying that he means alot to her and further calling him family. She added that even though Nelson is her manager, fans should not dig into what he is managing. Is Nelson ...
- Ireland's youth revives poetry one word at a time
The Irish are exploring their strength with words, and by returning to the ancient art of live poetry, albeit performed in a modern way, Irish poets are reviving the country's love for expression via storytelling. The recent loss of acclaimed Irish poets ...
- The Audio Book Club Gets Tangled Up in Blue
Join us! Advertisement This spring, the Audio Book Club will also try something slightly new. While Americans dust off their college copies of The Origins of Totalitarianism and 1984, we are going to read Sun Tzuâ€™s 514 B.C. treatise The Art of War.
- Ted Kooser's 'American Life in Poetry' (Sept. 24)
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- Poetry Out Loud Finals to be Held at West Orange High School Jan. 4
Escriptus, the English Honor Society at WOHS, is presenting, organizing and running the event. Students will each recite two poems, the first a required poem and the second a poem selected from an approved list. Following the second round, a winner and ...
- Poet, Writer To Speak At BRCC
Her latest published poetry collections, â€œGalaxiesâ€ and â€œGreat Bear ... â€œI find certain things I want to write I canâ€™t write them as poem, so they have to be stories or sometimes a story has to be longer, so it turns into a novel.â€
- Poetry Reading w/ Kim Addonizio and Alexis Orgera
Poet and novelist Kim Addonizio is the author of six poetry collections, two novels, two story collections, and two books on writing poetry. Alexis Orgera is the author of two books of poems, How Like Foreign Objects and Dust Jacket.