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Articles with keyword "Theater"

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When Art and Morality Collide

How Rosetti and Wilde tested Victorian sensibilities.

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Searching for Leonardo

A new play at Boston's Museum of Science explores the myths and the man.

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Big Top in a Small Town

Chautauqua road shows keep history alive across America.

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A Multiplicity of Voices

Nobel Prize-winning poet and playwright Derek Walcott talks with NEH Chairman William R. Ferris about literature, Caribbean culture, and Robinson Crusoe.

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Marion Cott: Building Community in Kansas

Marion Cott works to strengthen community in Kansas.

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Word of Mouth

Oral histories are onstage in Ohio.

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An Hour Upon the Stage

The Federal Theatre Project's brief but controversial life is considered in an upcoming documentary.

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Shakespeare Out Loud

A new DVD frees Macbeth from the page and gets students on their feet.

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The Trial of Anthony Burns

Students reevaluate the trail of the last fugitive slave and the judge who judged him.

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Translating Fashion

A confluence of cultures shapes style in the age of exploration.