Noticed in the Press – March 19, 2012

An art review by Peter Marks in the March 17 edition of The Washington Post: 'Gypsies' Lively import has a wandering plot" The presentation by Budepest's Katona Jozsef Theatre at the Eisenhower Theater of the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC was, according to a theatergoer from the Hungarian community of Washington, liberal in the use of profanity but quite short on making a connection with the audience, many of them choosing not to stay past intermission.

 

A report by David Morgan in the March 18 issue of The Washington Post: "Komen, Catholic Church have long had complicated relationship" The founder of Susan B. Komen for the Cure is the former Ambassador to Hungary, Nancy Brinker.

 

In the same edition, a book review by Gerard DeGroot, professor of history at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, with the title: "Naive Americans at play in Hitler's world" The book is "Hitlerland" 'American Eyewitnesses to the Nazi Rise to Power' by Andrew Nagorski, Simon & Schuster, $28, 358 pages

 

 

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