Monday, April 28, 2014

Monday, April 28, 2014 7:33 am by Cristina in , , ,    No comments
Your Erie has a short article on the last night of the local production of Jane Eyre.
It was an emotional ending for the director of the Center of Performing Arts at McDowell High School.
Today was the final performance of Jane Eyre, a play about the life of the first female hero in literature.
Michael Malthaner wrote the music and orchestration of the play, and this was his last production since he's retiring at the end of the year.
After the curtain fell at the end of todays performance, the students presented him with a special song.
There was hardly a dry eye in the auditorium.
Malthaner said this about the day "Any love I ever gave it was always returned 10 fold as it was tonight."
Malthaner says he plans to stay involved in community theater and still be an advocate for arts education.
Skånsen (Sweden) reviews Claire Messud's The Woman Upstairs.
Till skillnad från Charlotte Brontës galna kvinna på vinden som titeln anspelar på, ser Nora nämligen sig själv som en av de ”normala” osynliga kvinnorna i samhället. De som alltid gör vad de ska, men som ingen riktigt bryr sig om. (Sophie Lossing) (Translation)
tracydewedt has found a Jane Eyre edition, illustrated by Katy Mitchell.


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