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A complicated mix of family, fundamentalism, spiritual crisis and Precious Moments figurines.
On acting in the round: "...act with your shoulders and make sure that one's back fat isn't showing."
For $5 million, you can pay for all the Shakespeare that Charles Isherwood wants.
One comes away with the impression that one of the 20th century's most influential theater directors has lived too long.
Are the ideals of the Bauhaus alive and well today? Or have they been concealed, co-opted, and Ikea-d to death?
When you hit your 30s, you start to think, Huh, there is actually going to be some kind of future ahead of me and perhaps I can, in some small way, define it.
How do we handle vampiric personalities, especially when they exist within us?
Members of the creative team behind the twice-extended Thank You For Being a Friend talk about parody laws and Estelle Getty's hemorrhoids.
Rep. Mike Castle (R-DE) deftly handled a birther.