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Henrik Ibsen

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  • No easy choices in 'Red and Green'

    No easy choices in 'Red and Green'
    Last weekend's earthquake in Nepal brought some glancing international attention to the remote Himalayan nation — especially when a wall at the British embassy in Kathmandu collapsed and killed three Nepalese citizens, setting off protests. But...
  • At the Annoyance, Rahm Emanuel from finger to toe

     At the Annoyance, Rahm Emanuel from finger to toe
    "F--- You, I Love You, Bye: The Rahm Emanuel Story" **1/2 There are plenty of jokes that land solidly in this good-natured, necessarily profanity-laden skewering of Chicago's current mayor, which flashes forward to the year 2081 when visitors to the...
  • 'Hedda Gabler' Playing at Hartford Stage

    'Hedda Gabler' Playing at Hartford Stage
    Hartford Stage artistic director Darko Darko Tresnjak's first season of programming has been a long time coming, and it's sure not to disappoint, starting with Hedda Gabler, Henrik Ibsen's masterpiece of compromise and womanhood, directed by Dora Award-...
  • 50 monologues expose 'My America' at Center Stage

    50 monologues expose 'My America' at Center Stage
    When Kwame Kwei-Armah left London to move to Baltimore, he was exploding with questions about this strange land on the other side of the Atlantic, where he was planting not just himself, but also his wife and young son. "As I was starting to find my...
  • Why Hedda Endures

    Why Hedda Endures
    There's something about Hedda. "Hedda Gabler," that is, the titular character in Henrik Ibsen's classic "new woman" tale, the original housewife of Oslo County, the gal who has attitude, aptitude and is one mean shot. The inscrutable character has...
  • On Campus at GCC: Auditions for 'A Doll's House' set to begin

    Open auditions for the Glendale Community College Theatre Arts Department's fall production of Henrik Ibsen's "A Doll's House" will be held Wednesday, Sept. 5 and Thursday, Sept. 6 in the Auditorium at 7 p.m. Those auditioning should prepare a one-minute...
  • 'The Lincoln Anthology' edited by Harold Holzer, 'The Best American History Essays on Lincoln' edited by Sean Wilentz, Ronald C. White's biography 'A. Lincoln' and others

    'The Lincoln Anthology' edited by Harold Holzer, 'The Best American History Essays on Lincoln' edited by Sean Wilentz, Ronald C. White's biography 'A. Lincoln' and others
    It was Tuesday, May 30, 1922, the day of the dedication of the solemn and splendid memorial to Abraham Lincoln in Washington, and the ceremony on the Mall featured speeches by President Warren Harding and Chief Justice William Howard Taft. The most...
  • Henry Gibson dies at 73; original cast member of 'Laugh-In'

    Henry Gibson dies at 73; original cast member of 'Laugh-In'
    Henry Gibson, a veteran character actor who came to fame in the late 1960s as the flower-holding poet on TV's landmark satirical comedy show "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In," has died. He was 73. Gibson died late Monday night at his home in Malibu after a...
  • Tackling Knut Hamsun

    Tackling Knut Hamsun
    Knut Hamsun Dreamer and Dissenter Ingar Sletten Kolloen Yale University Press: 378 pp., $40 Knut Hamsun The Dark Side of Literary Brilliance Monika {Zcaron}agar University of Washington Press: 344 pp., $30 paper In the spring of 1891, 31-year-...
  • Alice Ripley plays Mrs. Walker her way (not Ann-Margret's) in 'The Who's Tommy'

    Alice Ripley plays Mrs. Walker her way (not Ann-Margret's) in 'The Who's Tommy'
    TONY-nominated actress and pop musician Alice Ripley is about to become a mother for the third time. Sort of. When "The Who's Tommy" pop musician is unveiled this weekend at Hollywood's Ricardo Montalbán Theatre, it will mark Ripley's third appearance as...
  • A new cheatsheet for theater buffs

     
    So, you have a term paper on Euripides due tomorrow and you haven't even cracked "Medea," "The Trojan Women" or any other of the ancient Greek writer's tragedies. Or you're an actor who has an audition this week for a......