George Bernard Shaw

The news actually is biased, but not the way most may suspect.
When enduring tragedy, it is important to lean upon the practices that bring you joy and keep you focused.
Especially coming from Shaw whose original work features his trademark philosophical discourse on class and morality, with
The Republican nominee's primary challenge is the Electoral College map. Based on the 2012 election results, the Republicans must overcome a nearly 5-million-vote deficit. Moreover, it must be achieved under the backdrop of changing demographics.
Maybe it's not happening as fast as Dublin's vegan crowd would like -- honey, I'm familiar with the feeling --but the move
"If it's been done it's been said and if it's been said it's been done" is the old saw that's usually applied to human sexuality
In his essay/review on Jurgen Osterhammel's The Transformation of the World: A Global History of the Nineteenth Century ("How
In the often-revived Broadway musical "Pippin," the mother of Charlemagne says to her grandson, "I believe if I refuse to grow old, I can stay young till I die."
Once Kris realized that the Sawyer interview drew 17 million viewers on a Friday night -- making it one of the highest rated shows of the year, she began whistling a different tune.
As one of Broadway's most anticipated musicals of the 2014-2015 season, Finding Neverland doesn't disappoint.
When teachers are graded on their performance, there is rarely enough time to assess the out-of-classroom impact they might have on students as a result of such intangible qualities as personality, patience, tone of voice, and willingness to listen.
The striving to live, what George Bernard Shaw called "the life force," is not as obvious a drive as it might sound.
So here Love Letters comes again, at the Brooks Atkinson, with a new (or slightly rearranged) cast more or less appearing
Everyone knows the old saw, attributed to George Bernard Shaw, "Britain and America are two countries, divided by a common language." Fortunately, there is a simple formula for translating between them: the British understate, while the Americans overstate.
In George Bernard Shaw's The Philanderer, directed by Elaine Herman for the Long Beach Playhouse Mainstage Theatre, Leonard Charteris (Andy Gerges) is a cad that masquerades as a progressive lover.
Wouldn't It Be Lovely? is just that, lovely. Staged as a dialogue of word and movement, it shows that refinement and cultivation are in the eyes of the beholder.
Artists of every persuasion are struggling to find new sources of financial support to help them feed their passion and realize their dreams.
There's a dream sequence in the film which competes with what Dali created for Hitchcock in Spellbound, as the man Megan
As ardently as young men may worship someone, their tendency to objectify that person prevents them from developing the social skills necessary to build a relationship. Adoration is thrilling and fine. Genuine intimacy, however, can be much too frightening to sustain
When a play ends and the audience is caught short -- uncertain of whether to applaud -- it's a clear sign the show is one or two drafts away from being ready. That's certainly the case for Ethan Coen's first full-length play.