Running a tabloid is an inherently contradictory exercise

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Running a tabloid is an inherently contradictory exercise

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“That kind of speech, that kind of facts, are not acceptable,” he said. “We decided to go by the route of using satire instead of intimidation…. We decided to make Stephen Woodworth feel as uncomfortable as he makes us feel.”Both are 23, but Nishikori was playing in his 17th Grand Slam event, with a 25-16 record coming in. Evans was 0-2, with both losses coming at Wimbledon.The rediscovered Drama at Inish proved another actors’ delight, with Thom Marriott melodramatically announcing that he wasn’t at his best in melodrama, and Corinne Koslo as his devoted co-star and spouse. Marriott also shone as the police chief in On the Rocks, a lesser-known play by Shaw himself, “adapted” by Michael Healey — a new policy, apparently, and not a good one.

It makes a production look like an apology. I’m not, though, as bothered as perhaps I should be by the festival’s decision to confine its patron’s plays to its smaller stages next year; if they dropped them altogether, that would be a problem. Of this year’s Shavian shows, the best was the small-house Candida, with Somerville again exceptional, this time in a minor role. Of course, My Fair Lady might well count as Shaw, and was a delight anyway.

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