It’s one thing to wear fleece too late in the season, but an extra limb? Major fashion faux pas. Nice work Target!
The 2012 Actors Studio Drama School are mounting fifteen productions over five weeks for their Repertory Season, all acted and directed by the thirty six MFA students. Here are pictures of the week one performances (March 28-31): Scenes from Fabuloso by John Kolvenbach, Scenes from Dying City by Christopher Shinn, and Scenes from Pizza Man by Darlene Craviotto. The photo above includes Zach Shea and Kay Capasso
Theodor Seuss Geisel, aka Dr. Seuss, wrote more than 60 children’s books, many of which became must-haves for every kid’s library before his death in 1991. Most recently, fans got to read one more posthumous release: Seven short works originally published in ’50s magazines were released as an anthology last fall called “The Bippolo Seed and Other Lost Stories.” In honor of the latest Seuss-to-screen adaptation, “The Lorax,” hitting theaters this weekend, we’ve dug up seven fun facts about Seuss that may surprise you.