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It was hate and revenge — not insanity — that drove a Virginia woman to toss her 2-year-old granddaughter to her death from a sixth-level pedestrian bridge at the state's largest shopping mall, a prosecutor said Wednesday.
The mother of a 2-year-old girl has given tearful testimony about the night her daughter was tossed off a sixth-level pedestrian bridge at Tysons Corner Center by her grandmother.
For the manic, disaffected, youthful energy Jeffrey Carlson brings to the role of "Hamlet," he could be starring in "Spring Awakening." Director Michael Kahn's production of Shakespeare's introspective revenge tragedy shares with the newly minted Tony Award winner for best musical a certain wildness and the hormonal angst of misunderstood youth.