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March 31, 2019

In the winter of 1977, at age 17, I played Petruchio/Fred Graham in a Kiss Me, Kate production at my high school in suburban Baltimore. It’s a crazy thing, but I loved this show from a very early age. That’s because, about six or seven years earlier, I’d watched my fat...

March 29, 2019

The Founder of Théâtre du Soleil speaks about the Controversy

around  Robert Lepage's play KANATA

before its opening at the Cartoucherie in Paris

Translated from French by Nora Armani

Interviewer Joëlle Gayot

Published on the Théâtre du Soleil website

In July [2018],...

March 6, 2019

The English author Samuel Butler once quipped grimly that the death of a father was “a new lease of life” for any man, and therefore “those who have never had a father can . . . never know the sweets of losing one.” Butler didn’t know Jeremy O. Harris. Daddy, Harris’s...

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