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San Francisco-based arts critic
While Shirley Jones did none of the scooping some performers rely on late in their careers, her hit-and-miss approach to many phrases was the aural equivalent of watching a pilot try to land a plane in strong crosswinds. No skid marks, but many moments of alarm and uncertainty.
Transforms an Ancient Tale Into Timeless Drama
Retired arts editor and theater critic, Modesto Bee
One actor, roaming a stage that is nearly bare; one musician, lodged in a tiny balcony overlooking the performance space; a torrent of words -- some ferocious, some tranquil -- that recount events which may have taken place some 3,200 years ago.
On the Culture Front: A New Generation of New Yorker Cartoonists,
No Place to Go
, and more
Freelance cultural writer
Singer/songwriter/playwright Ethan Lipton evokes the pain of being displaced from one's job and world, both literary and metaphorically as his character's job in
No Place to Go
is being relocated to Mars.
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