Big bad “Woolf” bares its teeth at Shotgun Players

Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” is set in a fictional university town called New Carthage, a reference to the ancient city destroyed by Roman forces after a century-long series of wars. Albee’s 1962 play certainly feels like it documents a century’s worth of warfare — only, it’s the
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Siegel Speaks: on classical pairings

If you read my column regularly, you’re probably aware that there’s nothing I love more than movies and music. And I don’t think that I’m alone in this sentiment. It’s no surprise that we love movies. They enable us to understand someone else’s life, to walk in somebody else’s shoes.
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