A World Premiere by Liam Scarlett. He has dared to go all out and say something, something stirring and meaningful.
BLACK, WHITE AND STREAMING
Roma, Cold War
If Cuaron had never shot another scene in his life that sequence alone would establish him as one of the great masters of the tracking shot, besideOrson Welles and Max Ophuls.
Miles David Moore
Rare in the wild, revered for its glamorous, curved inflorescence.
The Photography ofJon Rendell
A new series, dedicated to new perspectives on Kandinsky’s “life in art” that contribute to our seeing Kandinsky anew.
Lissa Tyler Renaud
“THE PIANO AIN’T GOT NO WRONG NOTES”
Some Thoughts on Erik Satie and Thelonious Monk
REINVENTING THE WHEEL The Tradition of Innovation in Poetry
The poets will challenge the notion that tradition and innovation are at odds by revealing how specific poems influenced them and led them to better understand different poetic elements. .
Karren LaLonde Alenier
GODDESS IN EXILE continued
Tony and Hans head to Fanelli’s – a corner bar in Soho where the die-hard alcoholics hung out – there they meet Buck Klein loosely based on Robert deKooning walking the streets of Tribeca smashed.
THE REAL HOUSEWIVESOF OLD FART VILLAGE
LOOK AT ME, I’M ON AN ADVENTURERobert Louis Stevenson and Treasure IslandA swashbuckling, thrilling theatrical retelling is demonstrating just how timeless Stevenson’s novel is.
Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold
A little-known bel canto opera by Rossini at Washington Concert Opera
Karren LaLonde Alenier
OPAS CHOTIPHANTAWANONโอภาส โชติพันธวานนท์
Images we see are like masks that hide real identities.
Janine Yasovantคลิกเพื่ออ่านบทความนี้ เป็นภาษาไทย
DANCING MUSE 2
The Art of David Wiley
Sing to me... singer of you and meThe night is ending.
The group is taken into the cabin, where a sweet little old lady is waiting. Her grandchild arrives, and the sweet little lady begins taking a strange turn. She proceeds to try and poison the grandchild, offering the food to the group as well.
UNDRESS ME Michael BettencourtIn a bar, Laura turns to Stefan and asks him to undressher by word of mouth, in his best mother tongue.
THE GREED GENE Michael BettencourtA young couple is told by their genetic counselor, the "genie of genes"that
their child has the greed gene, and there is nothing they can do.
An astute and entertaining array of audio essayson an array of topics by an astute andentertaining essayist.
theatreTALOS ENSEMBLEA New Medea Noir
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THE GOOD WIDOWERWhat an enormous distance between our caretaking for this simple and treasured man and the troubles roiling billions of lives throughout the world. At least for him we can do some
things. He is DNA-close to us, he is an elder of our tribe. Michael Bettencourt
LIFE AMONG THE SPECIESA persistent tribute to and an icon for superstition and fear, a stupidly designed structure
with an ugly exterior that denied Greek and Roman engineering and beauty… the angry-god cathedral, Notre Dame, burned down. Arthur Danin Adler
GOING TO BE HARD IF NOT DIFFICULT 20 little squares circling my head at the speed of light Israeli spies? The hell's going on stop stop stop stop stop stop stop it stop it stop it. Female voices telling me it's
okay it's okay you're fine surgery went well everything's going to be fine. Claudine Jones
ON THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF COLUMBINESince those days about twenty years ago, the word “Columbine” has come to define itself – the site of a mass shooting incident. And since then several other sites have been added to the list. Nathan Thomas
THE JOURNAL I NEVER KEPTIt’s not a stinging regret, but sometimes I feel a guilt pang. And once in a rare while, given the right blend of melancholy and Margaux, I feel like Rutger Hauer as replicant Roy Batty at the end of Blade Runner. Patrick Walsh
WE LAUGHED I love a good story, to the point where I want it retold every so often – the funnier, the better. And most of them get better with the retelling. Are there
some embellishments? Sure, but the humor…and the truth is in the telling. Les Marcott
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