Monthly Archives: October 2008

Review: Zadie’s Shoes by Adam Pettle

GCTC’s second offering of the season, Adam Pettle’s Zadie’s Shoes, is billed as a comedy, but be advised that this play carries with it a considerable burden of sorrow, in the same way that Hamlet is quite witty and funny … Continue reading

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Snow and leaves

It is unusual to have leaves on the trees when we have snow. Here are a few results. Each time you click a photo, it will enlarge. To return here, click the “<” (back one page) button on your browser.

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Review: Rabbit Hole by David Lindsay-Abaire

David Lindsay-Abaire demonstrates that he is a multi-threat playwright, who here tackles a very sensitive subject—the aftermath of the accidental death of a four-year-old boy—with a simplicity that delivers a high level of sophistication without being “telly” at all. He … Continue reading

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