The End of Superstition

They say that theatre people are among the most superstitious of professions. They cherish many, perhaps hundreds of taboos, most of them in place to ward off bad luck (as opposed to inviting good luck). First among these is the bad luck rampant around Macbeth, so...

Cook and the Writer: Revel and Preserve

Imagine this: a summer afternoon’s picnic by the river: sunlight sharding through leafy trees, a wine bottle kept chilled in watery shoals, bread cut in thick slices beside cheese, salami and perfect roasted peppers, peaches lolling over the picnic blanket and deviled...