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Far from Simple, Simon

On Monday November 20, many playwrights sat in front of their televisions laughing with inspiration as they watched the PBS…

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Arts in the aftermath

For five years, performing arts organizations have been attempting to change a rather glaring imbalance in FEMA crisis policy. Now,…

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NEA – Redux or Renew?

President Bush wants Dana Gioia at the helm of the NEA for another term. Will this be good for America’s…

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Access All Arias

Making the opera relevant to a larger audience, a new audience, is a practice happening around the states. Far from…

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CBGB’s is now a memory

The Bowery block that was its home is now grayer, bleaker, and a lot quieter. And as it regularly does,…

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Still SING-ing

With its 60th anniversary just around the bend, the high school musical theatre competition SING! can look back on an…

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Not just for the sake of art

Art is playing an increasing role in creating, maintaining and restoring the emotional health of everyone from artists to homeless…

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AmArts: Everybody's doing it

For those who believe in art for art's sake does burgeoning interest in amateur and community arts mark a return…

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The future is India

The Indian contemporary art market has been booming over the last few years. Figures suggest that Indian art is appreciating…

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Playwright concern persists over O’Neill proposal

On Saturday, October 7, playwrights Christopher Durang and Pulitzer Prize-winner Marsha Norman sent an email to their students at The…

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