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Free reading, Should’ve by Nobel winner Roald Hoffmann at NAS

October 24th 2014 by Keith Loria Leave a Comment

As a way to bring the worlds of science and entertainment closer together, the National Academy of Sciences established a cultural outreach component to the work that they do, creating lectures, art events and plays—all with a science base.

Its latest attempt of a “merge” is a production of Nobel Laureate Roald Hoffmann’s play Should’ve, [...]

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Costume designer Reggie Ray died today

September 29th 2014 by Lorraine Treanor 1 Comment

Today is a sad day for the theatre community. As people get ready to attend the tribute to actress Tana Hicken tonight at Studio Theatre, word is spreading through Facebook that Reggie Ray, beloved costume designer and Professor at Howard University, died peacefully in his sleep this morning.

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