Theatre Review: A Christmas Carol
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Theatre Review: A Christmas Carol

I admit to a decided lack of devotion to Dickens. Like most Americans I read Great Expectations in high school because it was assigned, and like many students…

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Breathing Under Dirt: An interview with Michael O’Leary and Grant Aleksander
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Breathing Under Dirt: An interview with Michael O’Leary and Grant Aleksander

They both stand when I approach. Michael O’Leary is tall. He has a warm face that invites conversation and his handshake is firm, strong. Here is a man…

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1776: It is done.
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1776: It is done.

The final performance we seemed more in sync than we had for the past four months. We hit our notes; we remembered our lines. Scene three, the longest…

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Review: “1776: The Musical,” Politics We Can All Agree On
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Review: “1776: The Musical,” Politics We Can All Agree On

A Broadway caliber performance, with a live orchestra, in Pocomoke City? At the local high school? You betcha! The Eastern Shore Madrigals, a music and performing arts group…

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The New Adventures of Alice in Wonderland
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The New Adventures of Alice in Wonderland

The two six-year-olds whom I accompanied (along with both their mothers) to the Saturday, May 7th matinee performance of The New Adventures of Alice in Wonderland, were giddy…

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Pocomoke and the arts: The Spirit of “1776”
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Pocomoke and the arts: The Spirit of “1776”

Twenty-two men are in seated in folding metal chairs in the hall of St. Mary’s Church in Pocomoke City. Each of us reads from a script in our…

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