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Bloodless Revenge

Revenge -- that most potent of dramatic incentives -- is what drives Euripides' Hecuba (430-424 BCE, Before the Common Era). For the ancient Greeks, revenge was largely a matter of logic and justice: Do unto others what they have done…
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Culture, Stage

Aisle Seat

More Proof God Exists A production that would have recast Shakespeare's Othello as the Trial of O.J. has folded before its first performance, presumably due to lack of funds. (For those in need of a Bard brushup, Othello is the…
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