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Tag Archives: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf
“Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea” – Never Truer.
You always wonder what you will get when you go into a play, concert, production, any event that you know minimal amount with the hope of coming out a winner. With research, Deep Blue Sea seemed to be a introspective … Continue reading
Posted in Lunario, Uncategorized Tagged Carrie Cracknell, Deep Blue Sea, Dr. Rachela Permenter, Helen McCrory, Lunario, National Theatre, Peter Sullivan, Post-War Britain, Slippery Rock University, Stratford Festival Canada, Terrence Rattigan, Tom Burke, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf Leave a comment
The Lunario Lighting Up the Stage Through Skylight and Streetcar
Theatre. In Mexico. I am a little out of that scene but miss it terribly, since at one time attending the season at The Pittsburgh’s Public Theatre and seeing so many wide-ranging plays, and then being able to discuss them … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Ben Foster, Benedict Andrews, Bill Nighy, Carey Mulligan, Gillian Anderson, Matthew Beard, SkyLight, Stephen Daldry, StreetCar Named Desire, The Lunario, The National Theatre in London, The Pittsburgh Public Theatre, The X Files, The Young Vic, Vanessa Kirby, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf Leave a comment
Getting the shakes after Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine? – It is to be expected.
In seeing the trailer of the new Woody Allen film, Blue Jasmine, I thought, Street Car Named Desire! In seeing the film today, yes! It is interesting to see the background to the lead character, Jeanette (Jasmine) through Walter Mitty-like … Continue reading