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Full Circle: Stiller, who played Artie's son in a 1986 production of The House of Blue Leaves, has now, 25 years later, grown into the role of middle-aged Artie. Joan Marcus hide caption

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Tweeted Verse Of The Day: April 20, 2011

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Tweeted Verse Of The Day: April 19, 2011

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Tweeted Verse Of The Day: April 18, 2011

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Tweeted Verse Of The Day: April 15, 2011

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What Makes A Tweet A Poem?

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In N.C. Town, Whistling's No Idle Pastime

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Aaron Tveit stars in the musical adaptation as Frank Abagnale Jr., a real-life counterfeiter and imposter who spent most of the 1960s on the run from the FBI. Joan Marcus/The Hartman Group hide caption

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This year's Humana Festival includes Jordan Harrison's Maple and Vine, about a couple who decides to abandon their 21st-century lives to join a community o 1950s reenactors. Michael Brosilow/Actors Theatre of Louisville hide caption

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In Louisville, Humana Festival Thrives

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