Arts and Humanities
6:00 am
Mon June 18, 2012

Review: 'Misses Strata': Crude Humor Satisfies in New Bipartisan Satire

The more things change, the more things stay the same. 2,500 years after Aristophanes first suggested women could end a war by kicking powerful husbands out of their beds in “Lysistrata,” the idea is still compelling to playwrights and politicians alike (a Michigan state representative recently suggested a similar strategy).

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Arts and Humanities
8:00 am
Mon June 11, 2012

New 'Lysistrata' Adaptation Opens at The Bard's Town

Cara McHugh, Jennifer Levine, Amy Steiger, Beth Burrell, and April Singer in "Misses Strata."
Doug Schutte The Bard's Town Theatre

The Bard’s Town Theatre is resurrecting the ancient Greek story of Lysistrata in the premiere of a new comedy about sex, politics and patriotism.

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