Constellation has grasped the age-old tales of love, life journeys, struggles of good and evil, and loyalty that resonate with the universal cognition of the heart-beat. Ramayana is an extravaganza of artistic expression of all of this and more, filled with sights, sounds, colors, music and yes, the almighty drum beat.
Archives for May 11, 2010
Theatre Shelf, a column dedicated to recommending books, CDs and DVDs, launches today, written by Brad Hathaway, one of Washington’s favorite theatre writers.
PS Classics has done us a big favor by capturing one of the most melodious and witty scores ever on Broadway in its entirety – including the never previously recorded harmonica material for the Dance of the Golden Crock. They have also provided a package that serves as a documentation of the production itself with […]
The Archive of American Television has launched an effort to present the historic broadcasts of the Omnibus series that offered cultural programming on many Sunday evenings between 1953 and 1961, hosted by the eloquent sophisticate Alistair Cooke.
There are two uses for encyclopedias – looking up specifics and browsing through interesting material. Here is a two-volume set that serves the second use quite well, but isn’t comprehensive enough to work for the the first