Tag Archives: Broadway

She May Be More Than Just the New Annie

Celina Smith (May 12, 2008?) OK. This is one for the books. There is a decided lack of birth information for this young lady. That may have been by design because the role she played last night in Annie Live! … Continue reading

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Death of the American Dream:

Death of a Salesman (February 10, 1949) I remember studying this play in high school. Even then, it seemed very old-fashioned. Set in the 1940’s, it chronicles the decline and fall of one man, Willy Loman, as he looks back … Continue reading

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A Canadian Prince of Players Died Today

Christopher Plummer (December 13, 1929 – February 5, 2021) It took a long time before his quality performances were recognized by an industry who prefers youth over experience, beauty over substance. But in the end Christopher Plummer was seen as … Continue reading

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Her Barbed Wit was Fueled by Emotional Pain

Dorothy Parker (August 22, 1893 – June 7, 1967) We’ve all read her work, and probably laughed at her witticisms, but do we really know what was going on with her? Dorothy Parker was a writer without equal, but never … Continue reading

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To Dream the Impossible Dream

Man of La Mancha Yes, I had a dream last night that featured the cartoon drawing of Don Quixote, as shown on this image, above. It was totally unexpected, so I took note, as you do. The use of the … Continue reading

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