“If they give you ruled paper, write the other way,” wrote Spanish poet Juan Ramon Jimenez, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1956, and has a language building named after him at the University of Maryland. When it came to creating the modern Spanish classic for children about a poet and a little […]
Archives for October 16, 2012
Two books published this year serve as bookends in the story of Fred Astaire. Neither, however, is strictly speaking, a biography of this famous hoofer. Instead, they tell the stories of his life and work with his two most important partners – two dancers who worked with him to perfect the art we remember.
If you are asking, starry droogs, “What’s it going to be then, eh?” and you’re up for viddying malchickies tolchoking others in the guluva, the odd in-out-in-out, you know, a malenky bit of ultra violence, look no further than Scena’s production of what some would term Anthony Burgess’ “immoral classic.”