Theater

Lowell’s Bedlam: John McCullough

by John McCullough Poetry and Poetics
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All acts of observation are partial and reveal as much about the observer as the observed.

Lowell’s Bedlam: M G Stephens

by M G Stephens Poetry and Poetics
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Alfred Corn’s play gives us an inner portrait of Robert Lowell that is not found in either the biography or the poetry itself.

The Master’s Thesis: Synetic Theater’s The Master and Margarita

by Brian Chappell Fiction
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To help get my mind around what Synetic Theater was trying to do with their adaptation of Bulgakov’s oppression-defying, faith-affirming romp The Master and Margarita, I turned to Linda Hutcheon’s helpful study of postmodern adaptations.

100 Chimes at Midnight

by Adam Fitzgerald Aesthetics
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FALSTAFF:
My king! my Jove! I speak to thee, my heart!

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An Annotated ‘Some Enchanted Evening’

by Stuart Krimko Aesthetics

The Temptations sing ‘Some Enchanted Evening’ and you can read along with an annotated lyric sheet

Fashion Correspondent: Rodarte

by Stuart Krimko Art

We all have fantasy careers. I’ve always thought it would be great to be an Off-Broadway actor. I would invite my cohorts over to my Hell’s Kitchen apartment after a weeknight show, and we would drink Powers whisky and smoke cigarettes until the wee hours; mornings would be slow, slightly hazy…