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The Secret To Suspense

‘Night Must Fall’ keeps audience guessing

Posted: February 8, 2013 at 5 a.m.

The secret to a good thriller, says Harry Blundell, is not whodunnit, but how.

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Words Of The Playwright

TheatreSquared’s “Sons of the Prophet” brings together actors from Northwest Arkansas, New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. Pictured are JP Green, from left, Kathleen Darcy, Matt Klingler, Michael Bradley Cohen, Mason Azbill, Lara Jo HIghtower, Bill Rogers and Shirley Hughes. The show opens Feb. 15.

Whether it’s William Shakespeare’s “Love’s Labours Lost” or Stephen Karam’s “Sons of the Prophet,” director Ta... Read »

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Familiar Laughs, New Format

Music or no music, “9 to 5” has to be presented as a period piece, says Ed McClure, director of the Rogers Little Theater show opening tonight. Read »