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Have you ever wondered what Lord Byron and Norman Mailer would talk about if they were having a conversation? Other than war and hammers?

Dead Authors Podcast: Lord Byron and Norman Mailer

Have you ever wondered what Lord Byron and Norman Mailer would talk about if they were having a conversation? Other than war and hammers?

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This is Tim Minchin, who I only know from writing the score for "Matilda" and this might be one of the numbers that made people think of him for the job. most of his stuff is slightly more to the point.

This is Tim Minchin, who I only know from writing the score for "Matilda" and this might be one of the numbers that made people think of him for the job. Most of his stuff is slightly more to the point and not something that would make you think "Oh, kids will love this" unless your kids are spending a lot of time in detention.

In honor of the closing of the Philly Fringe Fest, we present some useful theatre production information from the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society.

In honor of the closing of the Fringe Fest, we present some useful theatre production information from the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society, via the Guardian:

The interval should never be longer than the two acts put together.

For more guidelines, see their recent article in the Guardian or see their show "The Play That Goes Wrong" at the Duchess Theatre in London.