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reView - THEATRE | Scene 4 | Rampant Paranoia -
reView - THEATRE | Scene 4 | Emilie, La Marquise du Ch�taletDefends Her Life Tonight | She was an 18th century philosopher, physicist, mathematician, author, translator of Newton, mother of four, lover of Voltaire among others and wife of a high-ranking military nobleman. | Catherine Conway Honig | Scene4 Magazine-August 2012
reView - THEATRE | Scene 4 | The White Snake - Ashland in Full Bloom | Mary Zimmerman sssssstrikes again with The White Snake at Ashland�s Oregon Shakespeare Festival which also features plenty of Shakespeare but also commissioned world premieres, revivals or reconstructions of obscure plays and beautifully produced classic favorites. | Catherine Conway Honig | Scene4 Magazine-July 2012
reView - DANCE | Scene 4 | Balanchine at San Francisco Ballet | The rhythm of their jumps, the weight of their landings and the silence when they were suspended in the air was the music he needed to hear. San Francisco Ballet�s recent all-Balanchine program featured two masterpieces that provided the audience with the opportunity to appreciate the subtlety of these sounds. | Catherine Conway Honig | Scene4 Magazine-May 2012
reView - DANCE | Scene 4 | Hope Mohr Dance and Du�an T�nek Dance Theatre | Du�an T�nek and Hope Mohr shared the common experience of years of training at the Merce Cunningham Studio and their devotion to this demanding and detailed technique is clear in both their work.. | Catherine Conway Honig | Scene4 Magazine-April 2012
Scene4 Magazine-April 2008: inSight - Tiny Dancer at San Franciscoi Ballet reviewed by Catherine Conway Honig
Elements of One, A Film by Eve-Marie Breglia, Rviewed by Catherine Conway Honig in Scene4 Magazine April 2005
reView - DANCE | Scene 4 | Cranko and McGregor: What A Difference A Half Century Makes | Imagine a bright white stage, glaring white lights and clamoring modern music. | Catherine Conway Honig | Scene4 Magazine-March 2012
reView - BOOKS | Scene 4 | The Night Circus | Morgenstern�s much-hyped novel does not draw the reader in to either the characters� inner lives or their true natures. | Catherine Conway Honig | Scene4 Magazine-November 2011
reView - DANCE | Scene 4 | The Many Gifts of Lissa Resnick | When as a teenager Lissa Resnick�s first met choreographer Alan Scofield he introduced her to the �human side of dance.� The ironies in this statement begin with the notion that dance is inseparable from the body. | Catherine Conway Honig | Scene4 Magazine-October 2011
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