Archives for March 11, 2009

A special One Red Flower and a young man you should know

Author Paris Barclay attends a special performance  of One Red Flower Saturday, March 7th was an emotional evening for the Vietnam veterans and their families who walked into a former armory – the Kensington Town Center  – to see Kensington Arts Theatre’s (KAT)  production of Paris Barclay’s One Red Flower, a musical about Vietnam veterans […]

The Widowing of Mrs. Holroyd and Cabaret Girl

The New York season traditionally divides itself into two halves; one that lasts through the Christmas holidays, and one that begins in February. The current season behaved itself,  despite the rest of the world breaking with all tradition and going quite mad on all fronts.

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