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Culture, Stage Guided Missiles: It's Painful to Watch Your Guru Fall Apart

Guided Missiles: It's Painful to Watch Your Guru Fall Apart

In How to Make Your Bitterness Work for You, now at Stage Werx, Kent Underwood (Fred Raker) is the kind of self-help expert who's most interested in helping himself. Sure, he's ostensibly giving a self-help seminar on his "patent-pending, five-step…
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Calendar, Night&Day Or It Could Have Been Awful

Or It Could Have Been Awful

For thousands of people around the country, Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without the eggnog-induced rerun of It's a Wonderful Life. But those of us wishing to put a little space between ourselves and Frank Capra's feel-good tale of Christian salvation…
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Calendar, Night&Day A New Lease on<i> Life</i>

A New Lease on Life

I'm not much for holiday entertainment. I skirt productions touting dancing sugarplums, velveteen rabbits, and little girls playing with matches. Choirs leave me cold. If I happen to know a few characters from It's a Wonderful Life, it's only because…
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