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2000 Stories by MICHAEL M. MILLER

Archives: 2000 | 1999
  • Taming Bill

    published August 10, 2000

    William Shakespeare: Misogynist? This is the question and the controversy raised by Shakespeare's most infamous comedy, The Taming of... More >>

  • Shake, Rattle and Roll Speare

    published July 20, 2000

    It's midsummer, and that means it's time for half the theater companies in California to trot out Shakespeare. In the Troubadour Theater... More >>

  • Not Quite Hell

    published July 13, 2000

    In the French, Jean Paul Sartre's No Exit is a sometimes funny, fast-paced examination of the author's hell-is-other-people philosophy.... More >>

  • Of Disco and Dromios

    published June 22, 2000

    Perhaps your college English lit professor told you there are only seven plots in literature. The entire list escapes me at the moment, but I... More >>

  • Of Disco and Dromios

    published June 22, 2000

    Perhaps your college English lit professor told you there are only seven plots in literature. The entire list escapes me at the moment, but I... More >>

  • Love Stinks, or Am I Just Smelling This Play?

    published June 8, 2000

    Sometimes I encounter a show in which my reaction is so opposite to that of the loud guy sitting next to me—the guy saying, "This is the... More >>

  • A Family Affair

    published May 11, 2000

    What defines a family? Does the traditional nuclear family still apply in a world of fast-paced information exchange? And what exactly is "pale... More >>

  • Revenge of the Greeks

    published May 4, 2000

    The greeks gave us many cool things: gyros, democracy, theater . . . And, as Irvine Valley College's production of two great ancient Greek... More >>

  • An Error of Comedy

    published May 4, 2000

    Shakespeare's plots suck. example? Try this one for Comedy of Errors: Aegeon of Syracuse, sentenced to death for some reason, has... More >>

  • Just F---ing Brilliant

    published April 27, 2000

    In our brave new world of global communications, in which anyone can reach just about anyone else anywhere, any time, it's easy to forget that... More >>

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