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Scene4 Magazine-May 2008: Commentary - Michael Bettencourt | Eros On The Escalator | A satisfying flirt has both qualities to it, the sexual jump-the-bones desire and the erotic linger, materiality and spirit, haggle and invitation, attraction and beauty.

Scene4 Magazine-April 2008: Commentary - Michael Bettencourt | Frame | So what happens when the fifth anniversary of a war arrives (even heralded by a bomb blast) in a culture tutored on entertainment and non-rational, non-linear modes of processing information?

Scene4 Magazine-March 2008: Commentary - Michael Bettencourt | Dance | A quarter century ago, I was actually a dancer: performer, teacher, choreographer.� Yes, another life completely.

Scene4 Magazine-February 2008: Commentary - Michael Bettencourt | Raising Consciousness | Should theatre raise consciousness? I think most theatre serves to reinforce and renew the sleep we are in even when it moves us|

Scene4 Magazine-June 2008: Commentary - Michael Bettencourt | Jigging and Reeling | It refreshens me by stripping away the over-importanced tics of my oh-so-New-York-life and narrowing the moment down to one body moving in space to musical time.

Scene4 Magazine-July 2008: Commentary - Michael Bettencourt | Playwrights' Forum: A Real Forum for Playwrights | Three years ago, I spent a wonderful weekend in Memphis, Tennessee, with Playwrights' Forum, a producing organization putting on my full-length play

Scene4 Magazine-November 2008: Commentary - Michael Bettencourt | In The Small Hours | I find myself wide awake in the small hours of the morning � that ante-meridian limbo where time seems thinned out and less clutching.

Scene4 Magazine-October 2008: Commentary - Michael Bettencourt | The Macho Zone | So, here I am holding this wheezing, sleeping boy against my chest, swaying slightly, eddied about by the blank-faced rush of people

Scene4 Magazine-September 2008: Commentary - Michael Bettencourt | Dogme(fill in the year) | In 1995, Danish directors Lars van Trier and Thomas Vinterberg issued the manifesto known as Dogme95, an attempt to

Scene4 Magazine-August 2008: Commentary - Michael Bettencourt | As a wordsmith I both hate and love it when reality casually throws up a phrase for which I would have given my gold crown to fashion.

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