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Six of Connecticut's resident theatres join together for a weekend festival of plays, musicals, events and special discounts HARTFORD, Conn., Sept.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept.
By Pat Craig THEATER IS STUCK with the bad rap of being the dusty repository of previous centuries' art.
By Channing Gray The Catholic League, the nation's largest organization devoted to defending the church against defamation and discrimination, said yesterday that it is relieved to learn that public money is not being used to fund a controversial play about Catholics at Brown University.
By Gina Delfavero, The Blairsville Dispatch, Pa. Jul. 4--INDIANA -- Transitioning from the high school stage to becoming a professional theater actor can be complicated. But, in addition to that, Indiana native Matt Amendt recently added playwright to his resume.
- A morbid dread of being buried alive. Also spelled 'taphiphobia'.