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  • Watching the skies and the stage

    Watching the skies and the stage
    Is there a life form in another galaxy like Michael Dale Brown — one who lugs a camera around on location shoots and helps operate a small community theater?
  • On Theater: Open season in September

    September is with us and so are a number of new stage productions either opening tonight (as in two cases) or waiting in the wings. Tonight's opener is "The Rainmaker" at the Newport Theater Arts Center. This is an oldie by N. Richard Nash that inspired...

    It's A Gray Area: Take in a bit of history with your theater

    Do you want to treat yourself to great theater for a truly modest price? Get tickets for the upcoming production of "The Hiding Place," based upon Tim Gregory's original adaptation of the autobiography by Corrie ten Boom. The show will be performed at...

    On Theater: A stark, visceral telling of the Holocaust

    On Theater: A stark, visceral telling of the Holocaust
    Like their contemporaries, the Frank family of nearby Amsterdam, the Ten Booms of Haarlem, Holland, who weren't Jewish, were persecuted for providing refuge to Jews duringWorld War II. Another contrast: While Anne Frank's words survived via her famous...

    Mesa Musings: Stepping into Anne Frank's hideout

    Three weeks ago Hedy and I took a train into Amsterdam's main station, then walked 20 minutes to Prinsengracht 263, a nondescript address next to a canal in the Dutch capital. Entering the building, we slipped behind a bookcase and into a secret world....