Oh What A Lovely War: Catholics, Catholic Schools, and Radical Non-Violence

Quinn, John
March 2010
Catholic New Times;3/29/2010, p22
Entertainment Review
The article reviews the theatrical production "Oh What a Lovely War," directed by Joan Littlewood, performed at Soulpepper Theater in Toronto, Ontarion on January 15, 2010.


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