Into the Woods
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Into the Woods : 5 bonnes raisons d'aller voir le dernier Disney au ciné
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As the film approaches its debut, the original stage cast will reunite
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Into the Woods comes out on DVD and Blu-ray on March 24, and before you can bring home the hit musical next week, we have an exclusive look at one of the DVD extras. It highlights the incomparable Meryl Streep as Witch, and not only does Streep address her transformation, but director Rob Marshall reveals that Streep actually wore "very little makeup" to achieve both of Witch's distinctive looks. Here's how they pulled it off.
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Explore Skylight Music Theatre's past performances to see the breadth of our repertoire! See the season lineups for the current season through the 1950s.
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All things have a purpose and function. However, some objects are so peculiar, so strange, and so weird that it takes amateur detectives and internet occultists to decipher their meaning. The ‘What Is This Thing’ subreddit is a treasure trove of everyday artifacts whose purpose was lost to the world… until Reddit’s resident Sherlock Holmeses took a look at them and explained exactly what people were looking at.
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Out with the white, in with the walnut — or teak, or reclaimed oak, or whatever species suits your timber-trussed fancy. This year, the Western architectural staple branches back into trendsetting territory. "Reclaimed materials give a sense of permanence and inherent history,” architect John Lauman of JLF Architects says. In a kitchen of his design in Jackson, Wyoming, reclaimed oak cabinets and hand-hewn ceiling timbers imbue the light-filled contemporary space with cabin-like nostalgia…
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