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  • Books: Just in time commissioning week, 3 Naval Academy books

    Books: Just in time commissioning week, 3 Naval Academy books

    With Naval Academy Commissioning Week just around the corner in May, here's a look at some recent books with ties to the academy: Blood Stripe By Gina Maria DiNicolo, the book is the first in a planned series The Susanna Marcasi Chronicles that follows the heroine as she exposes military and political...

  • 'That Face' at Center Stage looks at ultra-dysfunctional family

    'That Face' at Center Stage looks at ultra-dysfunctional family

    Remember "Absolutely Fabulous"? That wickedly funny BBC sitcom introduced the character of a well-off, dysfunctional, British mother (and her equally flawed gal pal), spouting "Sweetie darling" in between fresh infusions of drugs and booze. Now try to imagine the darkest possible flip-side of that...

  • Everyman Theatre's 2017-2018 season to include company's first O'Neill, third Nottage play

    Everyman Theatre's 2017-2018 season to include company's first O'Neill, third Nottage play

    For its 27th season, Everyman Theatre will showcase works by  women, including 2017 Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Nottage. That four of six playwrights represented are women was not part of a deliberate plan. "I picked these works because they're great plays, not because they were written by women,"...

  • 'Something Rotten' is anything but

    'Something Rotten' is anything but

    Brevity, as the one and only William Shakespeare wrote (or did he?), may be the soul of wit, but the creators of "Something Rotten!" never met a pun or a piece of shtick they couldn't stretch. The result, which you can catch at the Hippodrome Theatre through Sunday (and you should), is a musical...

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