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'Mad Men': Will it really end in 1969?

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Since the very beginning of Mad Men, Don Draper has seemed doomed. From the show’s opening-credit sequence, with a silhouetted suit falling helplessly from the Madison Avenue skyline, to this year’s season premiere, which featured Don delving into a copy of Dante’s Inferno, the future always seemed bleak for our dapper anti-hero.

Oblivious to the fact that he’s always on the wrong side of history, Don began to wither. What seemed cool about him in the beginning — his afternoon drinks and serial womanizing — has devolved to pathetic.

So where will it end? And more importantly, when? Will the year be 1969 when Mad Men returns for its seventh and final season? Or 1970? 1973…? Or might Matthew Weiner throw a curve and leap into the future — say 1980 — before flashing-back to the beginning of the previous decade.

Let’s discuss… READ FULL STORY

Frank Langella to play King Lear in New York this winter

Let it be so! After tackling such diverse famous men as Dracula, Sir Thomas More and Richard Nixon (the role with which he won his third Tony and an Oscar nomination for in both the stage and film versions of Frost/Nixon), Frank Langella returns to the New York stage after a two-year hiatus to tackle Shakespeare’s most behemoth male role, King Lear, at Brooklyn Academy of Music this winter after a run at the U.K.’s Chichester Theatre Festival this autumn. READ FULL STORY

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