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Tantrum Opens Ionesco’s ‘Rhinoceros’ Nov. 21

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Ohio University’s professional theater, Tantrum Theater, will premiere their production of French-Romanian playwright Eugène Ionesco’s absurdist work Rhinoceros on Thursday, November 21 in Ohio University’s Forum Theater. Rhinoceros was written in 1959, and even 60 years after it’s creation, the work still speaks to the tragically easy way in which humanity has a tendency to conform, even to… Read More

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‘Twillaby Pond’ Book Launch Set for Nov. 16 at Athens Public Library

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Twillaby Pond is local author Patricia Black’s work of illustrated lyrical poetry inspired by the work of respected Irish poet Seamus Heaney. The lilting work is rife with imagery of fantastical creatures – the myrties and water-blue prets, and although the work has ultimately been published as a children’s book by Monday Creek Publishing, Black wrote… Read More

Telling a People's Story

‘Telling a People’s Story’ Celebrates African American Children’s Literature

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November 1 through December 20 the Athens Public Library (30 Home Street, Athens) will host the Telling a People’s Story: African American Children’s Illustrated Literature exhibition, organized by the Miami University Art Museum with grant funding from the Martha Holden Jennings Foundation. The exhibition features 130 images selected from over 600 books and 14,000 illustrations reviewed… Read More