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The Kennedys will rise again!
As you've probably heard a couple thousand times by now, Rhode Island Representative Patrick J. Kennedy's retirement means Washington is without a member of Team Camelot for the first time in 64 years.
| January 07, 2011
Review: Trinity Rep's magical Camelot
Camelot is a hard musical not to like, even for those who don’t like to like musicals.
An enchanted evening
| September 24, 2010
Review: Trinity Rep revisits Camelot
Ask the historians, the psychologists, the sociologists. The more a society is troubled, the more it harkens back to a Golden Age — such as the one depicted in Camelot , the Lerner and Loewe musical that Trinity Repertory Company is staging through Octo
A royal revival
| September 17, 2010
Fall Theater Preview: Musicals and more
If we've come to know anything about 2nd Story Theatre, it's that we shouldn't presume to know what plays to expect.
Belting it out and acting up
| September 17, 2010
Monty Python takes the stage at MSMT
"Adult Situations," a sign in the theater lobby promises, though as my companion eagerly commented pre-curtain, the disclaimer should perhaps also include a warning of "Childish Situations."
Airspeed + swallows
| August 20, 2010
Review: The Most Dangerous Man in America
At age 79, Daniel Ellsberg is getting the last guffaw.
Hail to Daniel Ellsberg
| February 12, 2010
Camelot: The Next Generation
Senator Ted Kennedy's months-long battle with brain cancer inspired endless commentary about the demise of Camelot.
Patrick Kennedy is a square peg in his family's historic round table
| October 02, 2009
The broad brush strokes of Teddy Kennedy's presidential announcement may have uplifted liberal hearts, but Jerry Brown's announcement challenged liberal thinking with some pencil-sharp specifics about the role of government in economic planning for the 1
East Coast, West Coast: It's the Ted & Jerry Show
MARCO TRBOVICH AND CHARLES P. PIERCE
| August 28, 2009
The East Hampton Board of Health would doubtless approve Grey Gardens: The Musical , since it comes minus the crapping cats, feral raccoons, and piles of garbage that form the supporting cast and unsanitary milieu of the famed documentary on which it's
The Lyric's Grey Gardens; Trinity's Shapeshifter
| May 15, 2009
A royal treat
You’ve got to hand it to the Obama team for going that extra step.
Camelot shines brightly at PPAC
| March 05, 2008
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