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Scene4 Magazine-September 2007: Stories-On The Nature of Poetry by Karren Alenier
International Magazine of Theatre, Film and Media
Karren Alenier - inSight - Steiny Road To Operadom |
Karren Alenier - inSight - Steiny Road To Operadom | The Man Who Came to Dinner | At age 93, Christopher Blake claims to be the �last prot�g� of Gertrude Stein as a young GI in Paris.� He says in 1945, he was �with Gertrude Stein and Alice B most every day for the better of a year till [he] quarreled with her.� | Scene4 Magazine-June 2012
Karren Alenier - inSight - Steiny Road To Operadom | Questions and Answers and... Questions | What initially peaked the Steiny Road Poet�s interest in talking to someone who knew Toklas well was to understand how Toklas� growing interest in Catholicism played into what was done with Stein�s remains after she died. | Scene4 Magazine-July 2012
Karren Alenier - inSight - Steiny Road To Operadom | Post World War II In Paris | What was it like post World War II in Paris for Gertrude Stein and her partner Alice B. Toklas? The Steiny Road Poet has been talking in depth to the American writer and G.I. Christopher Blake about the year he spent as a close friend of this celebrated literary couple. | Scene4 Magazine-August 2012
Karren Alenier - inSight - Steiny Road To Operadom | On Stein, the Beach, and Stupidity | Can anyone or anything convince the Steiny Poet that Gertrude Stein�s Stanzas in Meditation not only can be read with understanding but also enjoyed? | Scene4 Magazine-September 2012
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Karren Alenier - inSight - Steiny Road To Operadom | Dear Gertrude Stein | Woody Allen missed his opportunity to talk to a writer who has vivid memories of showing his work to Gertrude Stein. | Scene4 Magazine-October 2012
reView - PERFORMANCE | Einstein on the Beach | TThis seminal opera/music theater piece by Robert Wilson and Philip Glass is an intermissionless, four-and-one-half-hour meditation on the life and accomplishments of physicist Albert Einstein and is realizing its fourth production, third international tour. | Karren Alenier | Scene4 Magazine-November 2012
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