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July 31, 2018

Hamlet within This Wooden “O”

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Globe actors know that such an audience demands a powerfully convincing performance. Footloose groundlings lavish their approval or restless disapproval directly on the players, as well as visibly communicating it to everyone else in the theatre...

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June 21, 2018

Beyond the Shadows of Dementia

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I never knew Connie the celebrated cellist, the accomplished Cordon Bleu chef, the sensitive artist, the creative gardener, the clever architect, or the deeply loving wife who cared for her husband for years before he died. Others filled in the...

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April 25, 2018

My Thoughts on A Wrinkle in Time

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Weekends usually develop into two days either ablaze with people and activity or adrift with luxuriously unscheduled white space. This past weekend was neither. Instead I spent two days falling into and out of the fifth dimension where I traveled...

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March 12, 2018

He Was One of Us

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Lent, the six weeks leading us to Easter, is a time to deepen our relationship with Christ. Prayer – listening and talking to Jesus, meditating, simply spending time with him – is the most direct and necessary route. Other opportunities abound. One...

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