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Concert-Theater Review: ‘L’Amfiparnaso,’ a Madrigal Comedy from 1594 by Orazio Vecchi Performed by The Western Wind

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Voices simulate the ringing of bells and the knocking-on of doors as effectively as they convey the desperation of foiled lovers, the comic scheming of the servant class, and the self-satisfied prancing of the smug. Read More »

Book Review: Marcel Marceau: Master of Mime by Gloria Spielman, Manon Gauthier (Illustrator)

An inspiring and delightfully illustrated and unforgettable biography of master mime Marcel Marceau. Read More »

Theatre Review (Austin, TX): Direct Object at Salvage Vanguard Theater

Alternative theater can be fun when the performers are inventive and talented. Read More »