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Is Deconstructing a Play the Same as Trashing It?

In Tom Stoppard’s 1982 play “The Real Thing,” the character Henry, a successful playwright, says that it is nearly impossible for him to write about love with any level of profundity. It comes out juvenile or rude, even boring.

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Alex Gibney, Filmmaker to the Dark Side

Alex Gibney is in a familiar place: the middle of an explosive political issue.

Henry Rollins Keeps Coming Back for More

Henry Rollins was supposed to talk about clean-water issues and his relationship with the charity Drop in the Bucket, whose mission is to build wells and sanitation systems in schools and to provide education, health and gender equality programs across sub-Saharan Africa.




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