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Anyone who thinks that letters are boring has probably received too few of them. As for letters not personally received, sometimes they are even better: Here one may find the subjective raw material that conventional biographies too often dry out.
Evans urges her audience in Hayward's Douglas Morrisson Theatre to put their right brain on hold and give in to the imaginative urges of their left brains. It's good advice because if you let your sober-sides right brain come to the party, you'll sit
These two great American poets were tormented by their longing for each other as well as by the rigors of their vocation but they never stopped yearning to tear open another envelope. Playwright Sarah Ruhl pays homage to their epistolary romance in "
L.A. debut tonight, Eat Write entertains at Muddy Leek and there's a reading of two-time Pulitzer Prize nominee Sarah Ruhl's play Late: A Cowboy Song ...Tonight at NerdMelt, "The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail" takes the stage once again featuring a
Whatever I expected at the Naples Players show "The Clean House" Wednesday, I didn't get it...Thank you, Michael Scanlan, your actors and a talented creative team for bringing Sarah Ruhl's vision of a frozen tableau thawing and warming to life alive
Under the direction of Jessika Malone, the two companies mount Sarah Ruhl's 2010 Pulitzer- and Tony-nominated sex comedy, which according to The New York Times , is designed not for sniggering teenage boys but for adults with open hearts and minds.
In a world where almost everyone has a cell phone of some kind, it is easy to wonder what sort of impact they have on relationships. As cellphones become more and more necessary today, it is almost impossible to be outside the communication barrier
It may take a second to change a person's life, but for Jean, it only took the ring of a cell phone. That's the premise behind Sarah Ruhl's comedy Dead Man's Cell Phone at Palomar College. Jean is sitting in a coffee shop when a man's cell phone
Theatre UCF presents Sarah Ruhl's contemporary drama "Eurydice" from Feb. 21-March 3. Based on the Greek myth of the musician Orpheus, Ruhl's "Eurydice" observes the story from the perspective of his wife, the title character. In the legend, Eurydice
On Feb. 12, 2011, Sharon Bakker was helping her sister do some painting. She suddenly fell ill and felt like she was a character on screen fading in the distance. And that's how Saskatoon almost lost one of the best actors we've ever had. Bakker was