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1994 Stories by Kathleen Ellison

Archives: 1994
  • ROMEO VOID

    published March 16, 1994

    According to the Arizona Shakespeare Festival's production of Romeo and Juliet, Verona was full of crazy people who screamed a lot, mugged... More >>

  • VICTIM'S RITES

    published March 16, 1994

    Death and the Maiden turns out to be a lot like a political candidate: lots of promises, and always the hope of answers to it all. But South... More >>

  • VICTIM'S RITES

    published March 16, 1994

    Death and the Maiden turns out to be a lot like a political candidate: lots of promises, and always the hope of answers to it all. But South... More >>

  • ROMEO VOID

    published March 16, 1994

    According to the Arizona Shakespeare Festival's production of Romeo and Juliet, Verona was full of crazy people who screamed a lot, mugged... More >>

  • CAUSE AND DEFECT

    published March 2, 1994

    The difficulty in reviewing Scott McPherson's Marvin's Room is knowing how much consideration to give to the playwright's personal life. The cast... More >>

  • CAUSE AND DEFECT

    published March 2, 1994

    The difficulty in reviewing Scott McPherson's Marvin's Room is knowing how much consideration to give to the playwright's personal life. The cast... More >>

  • COMEDY OF ERAS

    published February 23, 1994

    Legend has it that movie mogul Louis B. Mayer once stated: "If you've got a message, send a telegram." With Past History, a new play written by... More >>

  • OH, SHAW

    published February 23, 1994

    No one served George Bernard Shaw's satirical purposes better than the religious hypocrite. In The Devil's Disciple, you can almost hear Shaw... More >>

  • Stages

    published February 9, 1994

    Somebody thought it was a good idea for a play. Four guys sit around and say what's on their minds, sexual betrayal is discovered, somebody ends... More >>

  • THEY SWOOP TO CONQUER

    published February 9, 1994

    :The Seagull, as staged by Arizona Theatre Company, treats Anton Chekhov's play about love, art and lost youth with the utmost respect. But not... More >>

  • BLACK LIKE SHE

    published February 2, 1994

    For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf was an exotic sight to Broadway theatregoers of 1976: Onstage were black... More >>

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