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I was getting petrol too and she offered to let me go first," an eyewitness (who in turn insisted that Kate's security guard go first) exclusively told E! News. "She was really sweet...She was lovely, I guess she was visiting her family." The source
New York Times best-selling author Nicole Jordan " enjoys chronicling the sparks that fly when Regency lovers play the matrimonial mating game." Her latest release, Lover Be Mine , comes out today (May 28). And we're lucky enough to have her on hand
Propeller Arts is an all-male-troupe, which is unusual in itself when gender-blind casting in Shakespeare is on the rise and more women are taking leading male roles. In this production, which forms a double bill on alternate nights with Twelfth
First United Methodist Church, 3101 Colusa Highway, Yuba City...The latest FCS Players production, "Laughter and Lovers An Evening with William Shakespeare," mixes both. The production runs through Saturday in Yuba City. "Laughter and Lovers"
2013-04-15 17:21 ( China Daily) Drawn to love Italian art ist Francesco Tortorella holds a show of his illustrations about love. Titled The Greatest (Im)perfection Is Love, his works deal with the need to reveal and at the same time to hide love.
Continuing the decidedly spectacular launch of their already outstanding 2013 season, is the Oregon Shakespeare Festival's delightfully quirky, visually dazzling production of The Taming of the Shrew. And, although the current incarnation is one of
That is the sort of question you might find yourself asking if you take in Stage West's production of the William Shakespeare comedy The Taming of the Shrew , which the company is presenting with only five actors. Actually, Kate (Allison Pistorius)
Tell us Shrewd move Fort Worth gets two professional productions of Willy Shakes' The Taming of the Shrew within just a few months, and the first is at Stage West, where Jim Covault puts on the play with just five actors...All the buzz Learn "What
Heavy-metal characters from the late Middle Ages mixing it up with pirate or two, here from the high seas to cause trouble. Lords and ladies with sophisticated words but teenage freshness. It's the first Renaissance Festival this Saturday of the
The stripper even lets rip at Kate's new family in a sensational interview. Speaking about her cousin's father-in-law, the outspoken bombshell said: "I think Prince Charles has done a lot of good for people...She went on to say that she isn't