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Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2013
 More interesting than the zombies are the human survivors. In the third Living Dead movie by George Romero—the man most responsible for the space occupied in our imagination by zombies—mad science clashes with military madness, and fatalism with determination, as the sane among
10.13.2010 | | Posted at 09:49 PM

Staged Reading At Ten Chimneys Next Monday

By Russ Bickerstaff
Early on in the 20th Century, a man destined to be known as a playwright and a couple destined to become known as actors met in New York City. The three were penniless at the time. They laughingly joked that when all three were rich and famous, they would work on something together. It’s the sort of thing that struggling artists joke about all the time. The three struggling theatre professiona...
08.16.2009 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Russ Bickerstaff
My wife and made out annual late summer trip to Spring Green for the final openings of the American Player’s Theatre—a trip cut short by openings that were occurring here in town. We did, however, manage to see a matinee of the APT’s thoroughly engrossing production of Hay Fever—the Noel Coward comedy of bad manners from 1925. The APT has had a remarkably good year and Hay Fever is an a...