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This is the grave of Andre Delfau. Born in Paris in 1914, Delfau is not super well known today, but he became a leading costume and set designer by the late 1930s. He started his work by creating fashion designs for leading Parisian firms such as Balmain, Jean Patou and Balenciaga. That work led him […]

Labor Theatre

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On June 2, 2020

On Saturday at 8, I am going to be participating in a very cool event. The Actors Circle Ensemble is putting on a series of three short plays on labor and organizing today. That is going to be followe

Julius Trump

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On June 12, 2017

Conservatives are going ballistic and sponsors bailing because the Shakespeare in the Park series is putting on a version of Julius Caesar with a Trump-like Caesar. Of course, when Julius Caesar was p

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