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Arts week: 'Dirty Dancing' and Bowie ballet

Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
One of George Bernard Shaw's early commercial successes, Arms and the Man, is being presented by Classics Theater of Rochester from Friday, May 13, through Saturday, May 21, at MuCCC. Admission to the comedy, which challenges romantic notions ...

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Spare Change

Huffington Post
Aristotle, The Buddha, Confucious, Abraham Lincoln, George Bernard Shaw, and many others throughout the ages have testified to the power of changing one's thoughts. Our only security is our ability to change. ~John Lilly. Even on the cellular level ...

1925 Nobel Prize Literature Winner George Bernard Shaw News

Lawrence After Arabia is a quiet, but highly topical, masterpiece

Telegraph.co.uk
In his downtime from the RAF, Lawrence (Jack Laskey) takes sanctuary at the Hertfordshire home of George Bernard Shaw (Jeff Rawle) and his wife. This much is true enough. The rest – which imagines conversations between Lawrence, Shaw and his wife, ...


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And the Winner of the Republican Primary Is… The American Spectator!

American Spectator
“The most precious thing in the world is youth. Too bad it is wasted on children.” That quote was attributed to the late George Bernard Shaw in 1931, when the playwright had already attained the age of 75, so presumably he knew whereof he spake. Today ...

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