They'd like you "to turn off your cell phone, log off Facebook and stop tweeting to attend a unique 21st century event featuring a diverse group of live people in one room physically interacting with one another. For two extraordinary hours, we will resist the compulsion to check our text messages, status updates and twitter feeds knowing that this special group of people will never come back together as one audience again - physically, philosophically or politically."
Kelly KleimanThough most of this weekend's theatrical fun and games are covered in the Dueling Critics' Halloween picks, at least one remains. Searching for Peabody's Tomb is First Folio Theatre's improvement on the traditional Halloween haunted house,
The Statue of Liberty is inscribed with one of the world’s most famous welcomes: “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.” But let’s face it, we’re not always the most welcoming country. Fear of change, of the unknown, of the other, is as American as apple pie.