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One Way Media and Messaging: On the democratization of media in Yugoslavia. | Lissa Tyler Renaud | Scene4 Magazine December 2016
If anyone suggested we were lovers, Sydney would laugh, comfortable in knowing the truth. | Lissa Tyler Renaud | Scene4 Magazine - November 2016
Lissa Tyler Renaud Their brand new production, Dream of the Red Chamber, is the perfect project for San Francisco Opera. First of all, the Bay Area tends to be culturally adventurous, so it has a good chance of supporting an original operatic work. The population of San Francisco itself is close to 40% Asian, so it’s long past the time when we should be surprised to attend a show based on arguably the most famous work of Chinese literature. We’re fully ready for a contemporary, American, mul...
If anyone suggested we were lovers, Sydney would laugh, comfortable in knowing the truth. | Lissa Tyler Renaud | Scene4 Magazine - October 2016
Financial Acrobatics of the 1920s. | Lissa Tyler Renaud | Scene4 Magazine -August 2016
If you�re going to an International Shakespeare Festival, as I just did, you might as well give up thinking of Shakespeare as an English-language playwright. | Lissa Tyler Renaud | Scene4 Magazine - June 2016
But by ten after ten, The Coffee Storehouse on the corner, was as crowded as though it had been open all night | Harriet Halliday Renaud | Scene4 Magazine - February 2016
Theatre will succeed where politics fail. The theatre brings us together. | Lissa Tyler Renaud | Scene4 Magazine - January 2016
Introduced and edited by Lissa Tyler Renaud In November of 2013, I wrote in Scene4: “For those who are lucky enough to read what Oklop wrote in Serbo-Croatian (now Serbian), it will be wonderful news that four of his novels, spanning from 1981 to 1989, are about to be re-published sequentially in Belgrade, ultimately appearing as a set for the first time: CA Blues—which has had multiple editions—Video, Metro, and Horseless.” So I am delighted to report that Dereta Publishers in Belgrade forg...
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