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5 events that make this a buzzing week

Live Mint 18 May 2024
An adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors, the play follows the adventures of two sets of identical twins with identical names, Ashok and Bahadur ... their space in world of pop music.
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Liberal education under attack

West Hawaii Today 17 May 2024
(Rick Friedman/AFP via Getty Images/TNS) ... The founding generation would be horrified. We should be too ... They studied science, art, politics, philosophy, economics, music and literature. They read Aristotle, Shakespeare, Hobbes, Milton and DeFoe ... .
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Scranton Shakespeare Festival fundraiser Saturday scheduled amid financial squeeze

The Scranton Times-Tribune 16 May 2024
The Scranton Shakespeare Festival is holding benefit concerts of Beatles music Saturday and “Help!” is both the title and a plea ....
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Things to do in Detroit area, May 17 and beyond

Press & Guide 16 May 2024
June 6, outdoor concert headlined by Detroit musical artists, in celebration of the reopening of Michigan Central Station ... May 17, Music Hall Center, 350 Madison Ave., Detroit ... • Detroit All StaR&B music festival ... • Shakespeare in Detroit.
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Long Island's Adam Pascal ('Rent') to direct 'Something Rotten!' at Bayway in East Islip

Newsday 15 May 2024
The Tony-nominated star of "Rent" will direct the Shakespeare-skewering musical "Something Rotten!" for From Stage to Screen, a theater academy based in Huntington, where Pascal now lives.
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Orlando's hottest theater can be found on local stages for two steamy weeks this month

Orlando Weekly 15 May 2024
As the longest-running fringe theater festival in the United States, the festival hosts over 136 different productions, ...
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Why exercising to your favourite playlist is a good idea

Live Mint 13 May 2024
For William Shakespeare, the world’s most famous playwright, music was the food of love. If he’d ever enter a gym today, he would also probably add that music is the fuel for exercise ... Music plays an ...
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Musical fusion of Bach and science enlightens audience

China Daily 13 May 2024
He emphasized the intrinsic connection between science and art, citing Darwin's profound appreciation for music, particularly the works of Mozart and Beethoven, along with a love for literature by William Shakespeare and visual arts ...

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