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2011-06-23 13:43:00

SEATTLE, June 23, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Characterized by its innovative environmental and sustainable features, The Station at Othello Park development in Southeast Seattle now represents the first mixed-use project on Seattle's Central Link light rail to earn prestigious LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20110623/SF24916) Developed by Othello Partners and USAA Real...

2010-06-28 10:30:00

SPOKANE and OTHELLO, Wash., June 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Othello Community Hospital, an Inland Northwest Health Services (INHS)-networked facility, has been recognized by the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Analytics as achieving Stage 6 on the EMR Adoption Modelsm (EMRAM). Othello is only the second critical access hospital in the nation to receive this distinction, a testament to its commitment to using technology to best serve patients. "It is an honor for...

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2009-05-27 22:25:46

Film actress Anne Hathaway will star in a New York stage production of William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, the Public Theater said on its Web site. Hathaway, whose first claim to fame was as the heroine in the Princess Diaries movies, was nominated for an Oscar for the 2008 film Rachel Getting Married. The Public Theater said she is to play Viola in a Shakespeare in the Park production of the comedy Twelfth Night to be directed by Daniel Sullivan and to run from June 10 through July 12. The...

2008-10-06 21:00:21

By Nick Ahad Sandwiches and tea, good news for Yorkshire theatre, excellent news for Northern Broadsides, the company that will produce the play, and Lenny Henry on good form, throwing out impressions of Caribbean women and Richard Pryor.He was looking forward to playing Shakespeare's black hero, said Henry, who's beloved of TV audiences for his role in Chef! and the odd serious turn in dramas like Hope and Glory, but mostly for his many years of stand-up and sketch shows. This will be his...

2008-09-23 18:00:26

A NEW Royal Shakespeare Company production of the tragedy Othello will be performed at Newcastle's Northern Stage next February. The announcement was made as the RSC prepares to transport 16 musicians, 22 actors, one euphonium, a blow-up doll and 11 cans of Baxters Scotch Broth (for use as projectile vomit) from Stratford- upon-Avon to Newcastle for their autumn season. Next month the RSC will be performing Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice and The Taming of the Shrew at the Theatre...

2008-09-17 06:00:27

By Pat Craig Hearing Paul Robeson's son's voice over the telephone immediately conjures memories of the legendary singer and actor. The voice is deep, rich and resonant, little like an 81-year-old man whose health prevents him from coming to Danville on Thursday to receive the Eugene O'Neill Foundation's Tao House Award on behalf of his late father. "I was very pleased; pleased for my father, it's great honor for his legacy," said Paul Robeson Jr. on the phone from his home in New York....

2008-09-12 18:00:21

By ROGER BULL The curtain at Theatre Jacksonville comes up tonight, and it's not Shakespeare on the stage. For more than a decade, the theater has begun each season with a play, usually a comedy, by William Shakespeare. A Midsummer's Night Dream last year, Much Ado About Nothing the year before that. But this year, it's The Beaux' Stratagem, written in 1707 by George Farquhar, partially adapted by Thornton Wilder last century and completed by Ken Ludwig just a few years ago. "It's not...

2008-07-31 18:00:33

By Lawrence Toppman, The Charlotte Observer, N.C. Jul. 31--Orson Welles has the title of Hollywood's Most Abused Genius, because he produced one absolute masterpiece in "Citizen Kane," a handful of near-classics and a lifetime of butchered movies studios recut or aborted. But who can test this theory? You'd have to comb foreign countries to find all the missing work, and only a cineaste extraordinaire would go to such trouble. Luckily, Charlotte's Ross Wilbanks is that kind of guy....

2008-07-20 12:00:30

By Misha Berson, Seattle Times Jul. 20--ASHLAND, Ore. -- A distraught Othello murders his innocent wife, Desdemona. The Roman general Coriolanus goes over to the enemy army. Emily Webb, who perished young, yearns for the living from her Grover's Corners grave. All this, and much more, is transpiring on the boards at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF) this summer. Meanwhile, those who run this major West Coast theater worry a lot about what's happening at the gas pump, along with...


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