playwrights' work finally makes its way to stage
As the props are placed and the lights
dim, words and actions are staged to illustrate the ideas of an aspiring
playwright. One would think the chance
to debut a written work in such a skilled
manner is far from achievable, but for students of the Edward Albee New
Playwrights Workshop 2002, the
hopes have become reality.
animated series 'South Park' starting to lose its luster
South Park was once one of television's great controversies. Foul-mouthed
children, R-rated topics, constant death and irreverence toward any authority
in existence were its trademarks.
Triple H or Hogan will win at Backlash
In the spirit of fair play, this is a completely
unbiased installment of the wrestling column without a name.