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Intellectual comedy ponders painter and physicist

  • COURTESY THE ACTORS’ GROUP

    Kevin Keaveney, front, plays a bombastic inventor in The Actor’s Group’s production of “Picasso at the Lapin Agile” at the Powell Theatre in Iwilei. Behind him are, from left, Randall Galius, Christine Umipeg-Apilado, Susan Bruhl, Marcus Lee, Elizabeth Laws, Amy Sullivan, KC Odell, Stu Hirayama and Marty Wong.

Sixty-two years after his death in 1955, Albert Einstein may be best known in American pop culture for that silly photo of him sticking out his tongue. Pablo Picasso may not be known by most American millennials at all. Read more

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