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King James Bible: Luke, Chapter 8
Chapter 8 8:1 And it came to pass afterward, that he went throughout every city and village, preaching and showing the glad tidings of the kingdom of God: and the twelve were with him, 8:2 And certain women, which had been healed of evil spirits and...
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The Other Canon: 10 Centuries of Plays by Women
Obviously, theatre's gender gap has a long history. Less obvious: so do plays by women. By Susan Jonas.
Angela Griffin and Anita Dobson to star in Sunday Readings In The Park series
The upcoming plays are by J.B. Priestley, Susanna Centlivre, James Saunders, John Hopkins and George Bernard Shaw.
Anita Dobson & Angela Griffin Set for Sunday Readings In The Park at Park Theatre
On Sunday 8th November, 2pm Honeysuckle Weeks also returns to Park in A Bold Stroke For A Wife by Susanna Centlivre, directed by Park's Creative Director Melli Bond. To wed his love, Colonel Fainwell must persuade each and all of her four guardians: ...
Park Theatre to host Sunday play readings
Robert Laycock will direct JB Priestley's Mr Kettle and Mrs Moon as well as John Hopkins' Find Your Way Home, while Susanna Centlivre's A Bold Stroke for a Wife will be directed by Melli Bond.
Department of Theatre and Dance presents 'The Gambling Lady'
The play was written by English playwright Susannah Centlivre in 1705. The show is termed as a restoration comedy due to its prominence during England's Restoration period. The comedy is one of the many plays Morgan rediscovered in her book, The ...

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