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  • Anne Frank and Emmett Till meet in AAPACT play

    Anne Frank and Emmett Till meet in AAPACT play
    She was not thinking of writing a play about Anne Frank and Emmett Till. Janet Langhart Cohen was just enjoying her life in Washington D.C.’s social whirl as the wife of former Secretary of Defense and U.S. Senator William S. Cohen. But she did,...
  • Hans Keilson dies at 101; author fled Nazis, recently drew great acclaim

    Hans Keilson dies at 101; author fled Nazis, recently drew great acclaim
    Hans Keilson was a newly minted physician in the mid-1930s when the persecution began. As a Jew in Hitler's Germany, he was stripped of the right to practice medicine. A writer, he soon lost that identity too: His autobiographical first novel was pulped...
  • PASSINGS: Leroy Miller, Suzanne Grossmann

    PASSINGS: Leroy Miller, Suzanne Grossmann
    Leroy Miller L.A. architect mainly used brick, concrete Leroy Miller, 78, a Los Angeles architect who designed commercial, residential and institutional buildings mainly of brick and concrete and whose noted work includes the Evco Film Library...
  • Egyptians race to capture the spirit of Tahrir Square

    Egyptians race to capture the spirit of Tahrir Square
    The questioner reads evenly from a script. "Please give me your name and your age." "My name is Sameh Eldesoky and I am 21 years old." Eldesoky sits back, hands on his knees, trying to relax, trying to forget that a tiny microphone is clamped to the...
  • The problem with Mormon’s “baptistm” of Daniel Pearl

     
    Religion New Service commentator Philip A. Cunningham writes about the posthumous “baptism” by Mormons of , a Jewish reporter beheaded by members of al-Qaida in 2002: A simmering interreligious controversy resurfaced recently with the news...
  • Oscars by the Numbers

     
    Surprising stats from the most famous awards show of them all...
  • Late Night: Stephen Colbert converts dead Mormons to Judaism

     
    Stephen Colbert proposes a novel solution to the controversy the Mormon Church's posthumous baptism of Jewish Holocaust victims....
  • The Arts on TV: Sister Wendy; Mel Brooks and Dick Cavett

     
    “Grand Canyon Serenade” 8 p.m. Thursday KVCR: A visual tour of the Grand Canyon is set to classical music by Tchaikovsky, Brahms and Dvorak. “Globe Trekker” 8 p.m. Thursday and 7 p.m. Saturday KLCS; 9 p.m. Monday KCET: Amsterdam...
  • Breakthrough Theatre plans anniversary celebration with season awards

     
    The Breakthrough Theatre will hold its Two-Year Anniversary and Award Celebration at 7 p.m. Sunday, July 24. The event will take place at the nearby Master Class Academy, 711-B Orange Ave. in Winter Park. Entertainment will come from shows from the...
  • ArtsFest, Virginia Woolf, Anne Frank impress; Shakes trial ahead

     
    A few theatrical notes… * First of all, I caught a couple of shows this past weekend that are worth highlighting. First up: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at downtown's Mad Cow theater. The show was as superbly acted as it was intense … and...
  • Holocaust survivor to speak after ‘Anne Frank & Me’

     
    Holocaust survivor Frieda Jaffe will speak after Saturday¬† performances of “Anne Frank and Me” at the Orlando Repertory Theatre. Jaffe was one of just 15 children to survive¬† the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, where she spent three and a...
  • Ticket deal for ‘Diary of Anne Frank’

     
    Here's a nice deal from the Breakthrough Theatre: Anyone who buys a ticket to its upcoming production of “The Diary of Anne Frank” and shows a program from Orlando Repertory's Theatre production of “Anne Frank & Me” will get $5...