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  • New Documentary on Nazi Propaganda Films to Debut

    by Bruce Chadwick

    There are still 40 very offensive films that are not allowed to be shown publicly (except at scholarly events). Now clips of them have been spliced together in a bristling new documentary.


  • Let’s Hear It for Bill and Hillary

    by Bruce Chadwick

    If you want to really get a good laugh at the expense of William Jefferson Clinton and his wife Hillary, see Clinton: the Musical. It is uproarious, a brilliant and rousing story of the Arkansas Ramblers.


  • The Jet Set, Paris, 1900

    by Bruce Chadwick

    Gigi is an absolute delight with Vanessa Hudgens kidnapping the emotions of the audience and never letting go.


  • Museums Mad for Mad Men

    by Bruce Chadwick

    It seems like everybody wants to honor the Mad Men show this spring. Museums, especially, are just mad for Mad Men.


  • Slavery Is Back with a Chill

    by Bruce Chadwick

    The play is like a ship that needs a big breeze in its sails, but history lovers will enjoy it because it presents a lot of little known information about slavery in America.


  • Winston Churchill: Back and as Feisty as Ever

    by Bruce Chadwick

    Ronald Keaton is a delight as Britain’s wartime leader in Churchill, written by Keaton and nicely directed by Kurt Johns. Keaton brings the English leader back to life in an admirable show that is extraordinarily informative.

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