Frank Pugliese
American writer
Frank Pugliese
Frankie Pugliese a TV writer and artistic director. He won a WGA Award for Homicide: Life on the Street episode Night of the Living Dead. He is also a playwright.
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New Cookbook Shares Island History, Wine Guide and Recipes by Celebrity and ... - PR Web (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
Island chef contributors include Elvet Carty, Jill Dedinsky, Patrick Gribbin, Leslie Gumbs, Patrick James, Jane Lansiquot, Camisha Lynch, Diane Mohammed, Angela Morales, Negust Kaza, Lance Lowman, Burton Peterson, Frank Pugliese, Joseph Stiles,
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Compass Academy to give special needs students direction - Baltimore Sun
Google News - over 5 years
When the Norbel School for special needs students closed in June, it left school admissions director Frank Pugliese, like the school's the teachers and staff, unemployed. But Pugliese, who had been at the school
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Special-needs School Opens in Halethorpe - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
"We've accomplished this in two months," noted Frank Pugliese, the acting head of the school. Compass Academy began its inaugural year on Aug. 29 with 30 students. The academy is filing for accreditation with the Maryland State Department of Education,
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Foreclosure Program Mulled - LoanSafe
Google News - over 5 years
Commissioners asked county Purchasing Director Frank Pugliese to review the records before Tuesday's meeting. Source: By Jennifer Learn-Andes, The Times Leader, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. To see more of The Times Leader, or to subscribe to the newspaper,
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Compass Academy Points the Way for Former Norbel Students - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
With teamwork and a triumvirate of founders—Fleckenstein, a parent; Frank Pugliese, former admissions director at Norbel; and Craig Falk, former Norbel teacher—Compass Academy is set to open at the end of August. So far, 25 students have enrolled
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Go! Stage & Screen calendar: July 29-Aug. 4 - Times Herald-Record
Google News - over 5 years
... Public" by Ed Hime, directed by Jim Simpson, 5 pm Also, July 31: "The Hour of Feeling" by Mona Mansour, directed by Giovanna Sardelli, 2 pm; "Matty's Place" by Frank Pugliese, directed by Lisa Peterson, 5 pm Free; reservations strongly recommended
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Tracee Chimo, Jenn Colella, Michael Esper, Jay O. Sanders, et al. Set for ... - TheaterMania.com
Google News - over 5 years
The final reading in the series will be Frank Pugliese's Matty's Place, to be performed on July 31 at 5pm. Directed Lisa Peterson, the company will include Patrick Breen, Louis Cancelmi, David Eigenberg, Dominic Fumusa, and Saverio Guerra
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Qualities Of Mercy And Strength
NYTimes - about 6 years
''THE only thing that matters is the theater!'' That passionate declaration was made not by Katharine Cornell, Ethel Barrymore or some other grande dame of the stage. It was spit out midtantrum with a stomp of her foot by a 5-year-old Lily Rabe during a petulant exchange with her mother, Jill Clayburgh. ''It was one of her favorite stories to
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ARTS, BRIEFLY; Replacement Theater
NYTimes - over 8 years
The Naked Angels theater company has announced that it will present the Off Broadway premiere of ''Fault Lines,'' opening on Sept. 30. The new play, written by Stephen Belber and directed by David Schwimmer, will replace ''The Talk,'' by Frank Pugliese, which has been canceled. ''Fault Lines,'' which will begin previews on Sept. 22 at the Cherry
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THEATER REVIEW; Dance and Theater Lead the Way in the Stark Landscape of Pirandello's Sicily
NYTimes - about 10 years
Martha Clarke started out in dance, and she still choreographs the occasional piece for dance companies (like ''Sueño,'' based on Goya, for the Martha Graham Dance Company last year). But her diverse career has led her to opera, theater, classics and new works by herself. These last, which have knitted together text, movement and music in varied
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THE WEEK AHEAD: Dec. 3 - 9; THEATER
NYTimes - about 10 years
Genre-blending, and the potentially profitable practice of scavenging in the culture archives, is the ruling mode for theatrical openings this week. DAVID MAMET edits a 19th-century Brit, and the choreographer MARTHA CLARKE plays games with Pirandello. ''KAOS'' is Ms. Clarke's latest dance-theater work for New York Theater Workshop, which produced
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THEATER; The Party's Over. Time to Get Serious Again.
NYTimes - almost 11 years
PEOPLE opening the invitation for Naked Angels' celebrity-studded benefit on June 4 -- a reading of ''All the President's Men,'' with Edie Falco, Ron Rifkin, David Strathairn and Sam Waterston -- may feel they've been suddenly sucked into a time warp. After all, back in its heyday, the late 1980's to early 90's, the Naked Angels Theater Company was
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THEATER REVIEW; My Child Is Gay, My Boss Is a Criminal, and Other Bite-Size Slices of Life
NYTimes - over 12 years
A pu pu platter is always a dicey proposition. There's usually a soggy egg roll or a gristly spare rib involved. But ''The Downtown Plays,'' an assortment of small works assembled to inaugurate the first TriBeCa Theater Festival, makes a pretty satisfying theatrical meal. Presented through Sunday at the Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts at Pace
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ON STAGE AND OFF
NYTimes - over 13 years
Tony Ratings, Pro and Con The last one out can turn out the lights. Even as the Tony Award parties dragged toward dawn on Monday morning -- the one for ''Hairspray,'' not surprisingly, went the latest -- Broadway began to switch from its most dynamic, exciting period to its summer slumber, a time marked by few openings, some closings and the silent
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SUMMER FESTIVALS: THEATER; Drama, Dance and Song On the Stages of Summer
NYTimes - almost 14 years
Alabama ALABAMA SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL -- Montgomery. Through July 20. Shakespeare and the fellow who memorably ran him through a Hollywood blender are going head to head here on many days: ''Romeo and Juliet'' occupies the Festival Stage, while the Octagon Stage is home to ''Arcadia'' by Tom Stoppard, who co-wrote the Oscar-winning film
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Critic's Notebook; Theater As Solace In a Time Of Anguish
NYTimes - over 14 years
What a complicated evening, perhaps as necessary as it was insufficient. Terribly long and indulgent but full of honest, inspiring effort and sprinkled with occasional bolts of rewarding light, this was Monday at Town Hall, the first installment of ''Brave New World,'' the rubric under which four programs of original songs, performance pieces and
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ARTS & LEISURE GUIDE; From Stages to Screens, Remembering Sept. 11
NYTimes - over 14 years
Art AMERICAN CRAFT MUSEUM -- ''September 11: Artists Respond,'' an exhibition of 60 panels (each five inches square) by artists from across the country. 40 W. 53rd St. Wed. through Jan. 5. (212-956-3535, ext. 113) AMERICAN FOLK ART MUSEUM -- The painting ''Peaceable Kingdom'' by Edward Hicks will be on view as well as 14 objects from the permanent
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