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Contemporary Lessons from The Long Winter

The Long Winter…then and now.

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Twitter Rhymes

HalfPintIngalls and RoseWilderLane twittering (or is it tweeting?) away!

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Interview With Steve Blanchard

Here’s a radio interview with Steve “Pa Ingalls” Blanchard, who’s traveling with the musical right now, courtesy of the musical’s Twitter feed.

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Kevin and Kara Again In the Homesteader

Kevin and Kara (of the musical) will again make an appearance in The Homesteader.

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Laura the Teacher (on TV)

“Sweet Sixteen” and its tie-in to the books.

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More Notes on the Play (And More Spoilers)

…On the musical.

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Play Spoilers! If You Don't Want to Know, Don't Read.

Sandra’s review of the musical as seen at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey.

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Interviews With The Cast on YouTube

My review is upcoming, but in the meantime, check out this three-minute segment of interviews with Kara Lindsay (Laura), Steve Blanchard (Pa), and Melissa Gilbert (Ma), as well as the director, Francesca Zambello. I will say that I thoroughly enjoyed

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Little Musical In New Jersey

Tomorrow morning, I get on a train. Destination: New Jersey. To quote Bull Durham, I’m goin’ to the show. Well, not that show. The “Little House” show. At the Paper Mill Playhouse. I’ve done a little digging–enough to re-familiarize myself

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Close Your Eyes, Mary!

I’ve already outed myself as someone who’s not necessarily a TV show expert. And I do admit, at times I can be so detail-oriented on the one hand, and so completely oblivious on the other — often at the same

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