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Re: “Our Town at Pitt Stages

It might be noted that the Wilder estate has authorized a tri-lingual production of Our Town in English, Creole (translated by Jeff Augustin) and Spanish (translated by Nilo Cruz), which opens next week at Miami New Drama.

If the Wilder estate has no problem with the play breaking out of its period piece trappings, why should anyone else?

I wonder what Hoover would have thought about David Cromer's luminous non-period version, which was the longest-running ever production of Our Town.

Posted by Michael Yawney on 10/20/2017 at 3:27 PM

Re: “Best New Restaurant (as of June 2016)

I'm shocked about this - Not only did I find a hair in my food, but the lack of presence from the owner when this happened was astonishing. He left the waitress to deal with the situation and went in the back??? For a restaurant that's just getting started, I found that surprising to say the least. DiAnoia's blows Honest John's out of the water. Homemade pasta and great wines. Honest Johns has a limited tap menu. - it does have great decor though

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Posted by sc"hair"ed away on 10/20/2017 at 12:18 PM

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