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Rub-A-Dub-Dub

5 years ago by Susan Froyd
Over the years, the bold Buntport Theater troupe has taken on literary giants, from Kafka to Eugene O’Neill, most of whom were male, as the subject matter of their original productions. But this year, says company member Brian Colonna, they’re lauding the literate ladies, at least with their season opener,...
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John Vanderslice

13 years ago by John La Briola
Considering that John Vanderslice's jagged pop and conceptual story-songs have stranded him everywhere from the loneliest tips of Antarctica to Mommy's cluttered basement, it's hardly surprising that his fourth album explores brooding territory. But surpassing previous efforts in terms of sonic design, craft and coherence, Cellar Door (the two words...
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Buntport's My Hideous Progeny is a serious departure for the troupe

5 years ago by Juliet Wittman
When Mary Shelley — poet, essayist, novelist and, most famously, the creator of Frankenstein — lost one of the four babies she conceived with poet Percy Bysshe Shelley (only one child ultimately survived), he placed her in a tub of ice water to stop the hemorrhaging that threatened her life...
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5 years ago by Juliet Wittman
My Hideous Progeny. When Mary Shelley — poet, essayist, novelist and, most famously, the creator of Frankenstein — lost one of the four babies she conceived with poet Percy Bysshe Shelley (only one child ultimately survived), he placed her in a tub of ice water to stop the hemorrhaging that...
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5 years ago by Juliet Wittman
Clybourne Park. Racism persists, but the ways in which we feel and express racism change with the times. Bruce Norris's brilliant Clybourne Park was inspired by Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun, at the end of which the Youngers, a struggling black family, are about to move into a...
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THRILLS

23 years ago by Susan Froyd
Wednesday May 11 Bigger and better:Funsters John Flasburgh and John Linnel are better known to the world as They Might Be Giants. The quirky, goofy, hook-laden dynamic pop duo will make them all giddy tonight at the Ogden Theatre, located at 935 E. Colfax Ave. Tickets to the show, which...
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