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Posts tagged ‘Craig Schwartz’

20
Sep

Beckett Appreciation 101

Few writers are able to capture the imagination through irony, metaphor, and despair as startling or as vividly as Samuel Beckett. His prose has proven as deeply layered and richly textured as a perfectly aged bottle of wine. And much like wine, it is definitely an acquired taste.

Photo by Craig Schwartz
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13
Nov

Spamilton: A Spoofy Triumph.

By Patrick Hurley

Tapping into the zeitgeist, and squeezing every penny you can out of it, is just the American dream. Read more »

25
Sep

Phylicia Rashad Is Something of a Miracle in Head of Passes

By Patrick Hurley

Faith, that ubiquitous and imperfect belief, wherein trust and confidence take the place of facts or proof, is placed into extreme focus in Tarell Alvin McCraney’s new play Head of Passes, playing now at the Mark Taper Forum.

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A Family Project

carotid artistry

the double functions of the external and the internal

Patrick Hurley

Writes Plays & TV. Rewrites Queer History.

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