Somehow, it's already been a year since we were wondering if "Argo" would sneak past "Silver Linings Playbook" to win Best Picture.
One of the many things that people in class got wound up about was Marc Antony's speech in Julius Caesar by Shakespeare, which Dr. Roach dissected on a rhetorical basis.
This is what's known as serendipity: Norman Caplan, an experienced director who regards "King Lear" Shakespeare's best and most difficult play, and has read it at least 100 times and seen countless performances, (including an Eastern European gangster version at Goodman with Stacy Keach) mak…
My never-a-better-time for live indoor entertainment guide, featuring an-imagined-1965-Dr. King-Malcolm X-meeting tonight at IUN; an eclectic symphony line-up for February 8th and a preview of Broadway-bound "Big Fish."---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
A sensational production of "August: Osage County" opens at Fourth St. Theater in Chesterton; ArtPrize gets underway in Grand Rapids and Bartlett's deck is open to enjoy the preseason heat wave. --Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore magazine.
Tomorrow, at a theater near you, the opening of The Lorax movie and a party for Dr. Seuss's 109th b-day at Fernwood Botanical Garden in Niles on Saturday; also very secret exclusive Paparazzi opening Saturday in Valpo. --Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine
Two legendary and inspiring patrons of the arts --- Former Chicago First Lady Maggie Daley and Grand Rapids' Frederik Meijer --- passed away last week and while we mourn them, we also celebrate the rich legacies they left behind. They were visionaries and pragmatists who made big dreams come true.
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