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Denis O'Hare

Denis O'Hare appears in the following:

Selected Shorts: Holding Fast

Sunday, August 26, 2012

Failing a moral test, and the cost of love and loss in stories by American and Irish contemporary writers.

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Guest Picks: Denis O'Hare

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Denis O'Hare was on the Lopate Show, along with co-star Amy Adams, to discuss playing The Baker in the Shakespeare in the Park production of "Into the Woods." He also told us about watching his son grow up and his love of science fiction. Find out what else Denis O'Hare's been reading recently.

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Amy Adams and Denis O'Hare on "Into the Woods"

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Amy Adams, who stars as the Baker’s Wife, and Denis O’Hare, who stars as the Baker, talk about their roles in the Public Theater’s Shakespeare in the Park production of Stephen Sondheim & James Lapine’s “Into the Woods.” The production is part of the 50th Anniversary season at The Delacorte, home of Shakespeare in the Park.

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End of War: War Culture

Monday, May 28, 2012

What can representations of war on stage, in film and in popular culture tell us about combat? Denis O'Hare, actor and co-writer of An Iliad, Jeanine Basinger, chair of the film studies department at Wesleyan University, and Clive Thompson, contributor to The New York Times Magazine and columnist for Wired discuss whether these representations can change the culture's view of war. 

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End of War: War Culture

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Denis O'Hare, actor and co-writer of An Iliad, Jeanine Basinger, chair of the film studies department at Wesleyan University, and Clive Thompson, contributor to The New York Times Magazine and columnist for Wired discuss representations of war on stage, in film, and in pop culture--and whether these representations can change the culture's view of war.

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Selected Shorts: Helping Out

Sunday, March 04, 2012

“Help”, wanted, unwanted, sought, and refused, is the topic of today’s two stories; one focusing on present-day Haiti and one from an American master.

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Selected Shorts: Holding Fast

Sunday, February 27, 2011

Failing a moral test, and the cost of love and loss in stories by American and Irish contemporary writers. Those are the themes in this week's episode, which features “I Am Not a Jew” by John Biguenet (read by Denis O’Hare), and “Everything in this Country Must” by Colum McCann (read by Amy Ryan).

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