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Culture, Stage Humor in sorrow: The illogic of loss in "God's Ear"

Humor in sorrow: The illogic of loss in "God's Ear"

The trouble with sudden death is that it often makes zero sense. When people unexpectedly drop out of your life for good, you can't make sense of their absence. You entertain fantasies that they'll reappear as suddenly as they left.…
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Culture, Stage Letting Go

Letting Go

In the Shotgun Players' new production of The Miser, the title character, Harpagon, looks like a goat, with his Uncle Sam beard and wild white hair. He minces on tiptoe and spends half the play casting wicked aspersions on anyone…
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