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The Most Important Moments In Your Life Are Not Where You Think

The Most Important Moments In Your Life Are Not Where You Think by VISKO MATICH · JUN 24, 2018   WHAT IF the entire way we thought about life was wrong? We often think the most important moments in life are the big events, but what if it was actually the small, boring, almost imperceptible [...]

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10 Ways to Deepen Your Connections With Others

10 Ways to Deepen Your Connections With Others By Tris Thorp Life’s biggest lessons, opportunities, and gifts are found in your connections with others. It’s easy to think you have it all together when you’re flying solo through the carnival of life. Relationships require work—you’re called to practice the art of giving and receiving. Yet [...]

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The Mousetrap at 66: why is this the world’s longest-running play?

Quentin Tarantino came to see The Mousetrap two years ago. I wish I hadn't been told this, because when I recently caught the play, which this week clocks up its 60th year in London's West End, I couldn't help wondering what he might do with Agatha Christie's creaky old detective story. Blood, gore, black humour, circuitous chatter. It could [...]

By |2019-03-17T13:32:24-05:00March 17th, 2019|Blog, Shows|Comments Off on The Mousetrap at 66: why is this the world’s longest-running play?

The golden age of murder: Agatha Christie and the Detection Club

Almost everyone has heard of crime novelist Agatha Christie, and many have likely come across the term 'the golden age of detective fiction'. But until now, little has been known about the Detection Club, the mysterious social network to which Christie and other major 'golden age' writers belonged  The Detection Club was founded in 1930 [...]

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The mysterious disappearance of Agatha Christie

On Friday 3 December 1926, the English crime novelist Agatha Christie vanished from her home in Berkshire. It was the perfect tabloid story, with all the elements of one of Christie's own 'whodunnit' mysteries. So what was the truth behind her disappearance? Here, historian Giles Milton explores the author's 11 missing days, and the unprecedented [...]

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ESSAY BY TIFFANY ANTONE Radical Empathy is the Theatre Artist’s New Job 08 February 2017 This article initially began with the words “We have failed.” I was burning up at the mind-numbing lack of compromise between party lines, pained by the inability of neighbor to love (or at least respect) neighbor, and stunned at the [...]

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In Search of Authenticity — Including Disability in Theatre

ESSAY BY ANDREA KOVICH courtesy or Howlaround In Search of Authenticity Including Disability in Theatre 17 January 2019 In an interview with the San Francisco Observer in 2005, playwright John Belluso eloquently explained why he chose to write about disability in his body of work: It is an experience that shapes my life and view [...]

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Why Do Holiday Songs Make Us Happy?

There is a reason that you hear Holiday music wherever you go as soon as November rolls around. A big part of this is due to the joy that comes with it. But why do these feelings emerge? Music and Our Brains: The relationship between sound and our brains is unique and complex. After Sound [...]

By |2018-12-02T15:47:39-05:00December 2nd, 2018|Blog, Shows|Comments Off on Why Do Holiday Songs Make Us Happy?