Theater Review : “An Iliad” — War’s All Greek to Me

May 1, 2013
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Simultaneously storyteller and player, ancient character and modern respondent, Denis O’Hare’s performance of “An Iliad” elicits the kind of respect automatically granted this genre of demanding monologual performance.

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Poetry Review: A “Memorial” Written in a Voice That Does Not Break

September 23, 2012
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Alice Oswald’s “Memorial” begins with a list of 214 names, a bare, sorrowful cousin to the ship’s roll. If you know the old stories, you’ll begin to recognize some names, and then start to look forward to others.

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