The holiday season is a time when the whole mom thing kicks up to a whole new level. The list just goes on and on. Not Santa’s list. Not naughty or nice. To Do on steroids.
The New York Times announced on October 17, 2013, that “Hitler’s Furies: Nazism’s Feminine Side” a historical book by Wendy Lower, had been nominated for a National Book Award. On October 9, 2013, there had been a review of the book on the front page of the Times’ Arts Section by Dwight Garner entitled: “Hitler’s Furies”. Clearly the position of women in the Third Reich is news!
The story of Jim Bob Stephenson, an actor, who had the good fortune to be stationed at the same camp as Lieutenant Colonel Thornton Wilder during WWII.
Halloween is just around the corner - find out what the moms behind MOMOLOGUES have to say about the spookiest holiday of the year!
If you enjoy Thornton Wilder come take a look at Hansong Dan's discussion of his role in Chinese theatre! His lesser known works are looked at, as well as the beloved classic OUR TOWN.
Whodunit? Read this article by Tom Chiodo, one of the authors of CLUE: THE MUSICAL to find out!
Read to learn about how learning about the London Blitz through Robert Caisley's FRONT.
Read to explore the enigma behind William Gillette - the creator of the iconic Sherlock Holmes - along side Ken Ludwig!
What do raquetball, Christmas, and cops have to do with mystery? Read to find out!
What truly distinguishes the characters of a mystery play from those who are watching it? Read what Steve Braunstein has to say about the connection between character and spectator of the Mystery Noir genre.