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Skin of Our Teeth...The Tale of Our Time



We live in a world of growth. We live in a world of progress. We find ourselves in a world where online newspapers can only bring in readers if they have worthy enough click bait, and we find ourselves in a world where Kim Kardashian and her rump are written about as two separate entities. We also find ourselves in a world where human rights are being challenged for multiple groups of people.    READ MORE

Susan Glaspell, or The Forgotten Feminist


The Cornerstone reading series begins next week, and the first offering is basically sold out (insert cheers and applause). We are beginning with two plays by Susan Glaspell; her most famous play Trifles and a relatively unknown gem, The People. Trifles has long been studied in ‘American Theater’ classrooms around the US of A  as a ground breaking achievement in playwriting.  READ MORE

Love Through the Ages


Valentine’s day is fast approaching, and for some, the holiday can mean many different things. For some couples, it could mean finding an extravagant restaurant to eat at and booking the reservation weeks in advance. For other couples, it may mean laying low and ordering pizza and playing Battleship. For some single folks, it may be a night to hang out with friends ...

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New Year. New Members.


Happy New Year! A new year has always meant new beginnings. Many people ring in the New Year each December 31st with drunken resolutions and promises galore. But then it’s time to put your best foot forward and make these resolutions a reality. I am happy to report that we here at American Bard are putting that foot firmly on the ground ... Read More

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