The "Harry Potter" author got literary with her latest burn for the Trump administration.
“The Purge” understands, as “1984” doesn’t, that oppression is unevenly distributed.
This is the scientific story of our planet, and what we have done to it in only a few decades.
Two relevant parts of Trump's behavior were on display this past week. From a psychological perspective these fit together
They're drawing the line from "doublethink" to "alternative facts."
"The rage that one felt was an abstract, undirected emotion which could be switched from one object to another like the flame of a blowlamp.”
Greenway Court Theater's Brilliant New Adaptation of Orwell's "1984" Serves Up an Interactive and Entertaining Tour-de-Force
That production team included among others: Jesse Mandapat (sound design), Hana S. Kim (projection design), Halei Parker
Photo by Jason Kruppa Aiming for a particular style, Russ hand-picked his team of musicians like a curator with the intent
The medium that propelled him from nowhere to one step away from the Presidency has now come back to bit him, hard.
Greenway Court Theater Partners with Fairfax High and Community to Bring Orwell's Cautionary Tale "1984" to the Stage
Blaetz, who co-founded Greenway in 1997 with Whitney Weston, restates that Greenway will continue to bring award-winning
Snowden is a helluva movie, kicking an audience's ass on a number of levels. I had a chance to see the film at a preview event; it opens everywhere on September 16. Go see it.
Do all of you guys remember the Good Humor man, or was that just an East Coast thing? You'd better believe I remember him. I consider his ice-cream truck an important part of my summer memories.
In essay after essay -- skip most of the fiction; he's no master -- Orwell writes clean, satisfying prose, what he liked to think of as "prose like a windowpane." These essays mattered then. If you can connect some dots, you'll see they matter now.