15
Apr

Glass Menagerie — Teen Review

–review by Josh Bramon (teen) The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams This play by Tennessee Williams, written in 1944, is largely responsible for launching him into fame and recognition within the literary world. It is short and stark, but undeniably it remains one of the finest plays of the first half of the 20th century. […]

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08
Apr

Teen Resume Workshop

Librarians Jane Gov and AnnMarie Hurtado talked about how to write your resume and write good cover letters. We took a look at the teens’ resumes and were very impressed with the experience these teens have already gotten!  Use that experience to get a job–it’s not hard, just talk about the same keywords you saw […]

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08
Apr

Iceman Cometh — Teen Review

–review by Josh Bramon (teen) The Iceman Cometh by Eugene O’Neill The bleak setting, the common yet complex characters, the prolonged scenes of inebriated barroom chatter, the characters ranging from the raving drunkard, to the down-on-their-luck prostitutes of New York, all meld together to form a multi-layered exploration of humanity. Externally, this play appears to be […]

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