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Aeschylus Overwhelmed

According to a legend, two years after The Oresteia premiered at the Theater of Dionysus, Aeschylus was killed by a tortoise. An eagle had caught the tortoise and wanted to crack open its shell. Mistaking a bald man's head for…
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Goodbye, Dolly

What's in a title? Consider the assortment of monikers associated with Thornton Wilder's The Matchmaker, now playing at American Conservatory Theater in repertory with The Cherry Orchard: The source for Wilder's work was an 1835 English play titled A Day…
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