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Theater Review (Westport, CT): Austin Pendleton Directs ‘Thousand Pines’ at Westport Country Playhouse

Thousand Pines Cast

'Thousand Pines' is about three families in the aftermath of a school shooting, trying to recover from the unthinkable. This all-too-timely story, directed by Austin Pendleton, is ultimately about grief, recovery, and healing.

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FringeNYC Review: ‘The Resistible Rise of JR Brinkley,’ Written/Directed by Edward Einhorn

Julia Hoffmann, Trav SD, The Risistible Rise of JR Brinkley, Edward Einhorn, Untitled Theater Company No. 61

The FringeNYC Festival shuttered with its last production performances on 28 October: 'The Resistible Rise of JR Brinkley,' Edward Einhorn's take-off on a Bertol Brecht classic served as the festivals' apt exclamation point.

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Interview: Actress Lois Smith with Linda Winer, LPTW Oral History Series

Lois Smith, Five Easy Pieces, Jack Nicholson

'I was getting lots of scripts in which there was dementia or death. And I thought with some of them, I don’t want to settle into this and really didn’t. I’ve been fortunate. The last two characters I’ve played, one died, the other was terminal. There’s bound to be some of that.'

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Interview: Actress Paula Garcés, Co-Creator of ‘World of Aluna’

Actress/producer/writer Paula Garcés and her husband Antonio Hernandez continue to expand their 'The World of Aluna' with a new graphic novel trilogy that continues the adventures of the South American superhero.

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