Truman Capote, American Repetory Theater, Cambridge Massachusetts discussed on 24 Hour News

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Doldrums of the decades of slow down the dragged in the nation after the bubble economy burst in the 1990s artist andy warhol and writer truman capote talked for dozens of hours about riding a new play in the late 1970s now those taped conversations are finally the basis of a new play called warhol capote it's had its world premiere the american repetory theater in cambridge massachusetts toy tony award winner michael mayor directs the place stitches together four conversations that were hauling capote recorded fifty years ago capote's best known for writing in cold blood and breakfast at tiffany's he died in los angeles a 1984 warhol's pop art made him worldfamous in the '60s and '70s he died in 1987 rider rob broth adapted the play using eighty hours of recordings and eight thousand pages of transcripts from warhol's audio tapes that he tracked down after reading about the metal published version of warhol's diaries you can buy murder suspect lizzy in this house in massachusetts the mansion in fall river where she lived after she was accused of committing the axe murders of her mother and father is up for sale it was one of the most notorious crimes of the 19th century and so far it's still unsolved though borden was arrested a jury acquitted her of the murders in eighteen 92 the dallas woman who bought the home a couple of years ago tells the herald news that she's selling it because her plans to turn it into a bed and breakfast.

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