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How to Load a Musket

Following the participants of American Civil War battle recreations, How to Load a Musket begins as a funny, fascinating view of the people behind fam...
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A puzzling sci-fi mystery that blends together 1950s B-movie space tropes, alternative universes, sci-fi themes, avant-garde schtick, worm-holes throu...
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Dr. Ride’s American Beach House

A warm summer night on a St. Louis tar beach - the roof of an apartment building overlooking the Mississippi - has two old grad school friends strippi...
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Only Yesterday

On their way to become two of music's most beloved songwriters, Lennon and McCartney spend a rollicking, rocking night stranded in a bland, blonde h...
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Dogg’s Hamlet, Cahoot’s MacBeth

How can playwright Tom Stoppard play with Shakespeare? With words, with time, with a soccer ball (yes, there is one).  In two interconnected one-act p...
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Handbagged

The structure of England is a peculiar one: The monarchy represents the Commonwealth, while the Prime Minister dictates the politics and policies wi...
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Posting Letters to the Moon

If master documentarian Ken Burns were to fashion a look into British life during World War II, as told in letters from a pair of newlyweds separated ...
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The Waiting Game

An unsettling glimpse into the dynamics of a destructive love triangle and its aftereffects, The Waiting Game is a study of betrayal and one man's des...
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Alone It Stands

Famous American sports announcer Howard Cosell once quipped, "The importance that our society attaches to sport is incredible. After all, is football ...