Let’s start the year off with a book you probably didn’t know you needed. It is one of those books that jump off the shelf at you when you see it, but only if you read the sub-title.
Performance of the Century: 100 Years of Actors’ Equity Association and the Rise of Professional American Theater
Who was this woman who haunted Sampson through Judges 13-16, teasing and seducing him until he gave up the secret of his strength? Was she merely a mercenary of love? (“[W]e will give thee, every one of us, eleven hundred pieces of silver,” to find out Sampson’s weakness, her Philistine employer promised.) Or did she […]