Articles tagged laurie anderson

‘Swimming to Cambodia’ Remains Beautiful, Eloquent

There has never been an American mind quite like Spalding Gray's. This reissue of his classic 1987 monologue, which recounts his experiences in Southeast Asia while film The Killing Fields, reminds us of his unparalleled brilliance in this form.

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Kevin Devine: Brother’s Blood

Forget Ingrid Michaelson. This guy is the best singer-songwriter out of Staten Island -- at least for now.

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Seven years ago this month Laurie Anderson stepped onto the stage at New York’s Town Hall and sang to a city still much in

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Laurie Anderson: Big Science

Remastered for the 25th anniversary of its original release, Laurie Anderson's debut remains a uniquely compelling and surprisingly timeless statement on life in the modern world.

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6 Mar 2007 // 9:00 PM

Mcluhans Wake (2002)

As dangerous as the world seems to be, it is also enchanting; all the more reason to try to understand the ways in which we are being affected, refigured even, by the tools of our own invention.

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13 Jun 2002 // 11:00 PM

	Laurie Anderson: Live in New York

On September 19 and 20, 2001, audiences at New York City’s Town Hall welcomed Laurie Anderson home. Several weeks earlier, the performance artist and her band (Skuli

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22 May 2002 // 1:00 AM

Some Thoughts on Happiness The Cullen Theater’s stage looked rather bare on Saturday evening: a few pedals, a keyboard, two speakers, an amplifier, a

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20 Aug 2001 // 4:00 PM

	Laurie Anderson: Life on a String

One of the keys to Laurie Anderson’s material success as an artist has been the ability of her albums to stand on their own

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	Laurie Anderson: Talk Normal: The Laurie Anderson Anthology

Since theater began thousands of years ago, there have been performances that could not be classified as plays, musicals, concerts, or public readings. In the

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'True Detective': Maybe Tomorrow

// Channel Surfing

"True Detective, Season 2, Episode 3: Where does the kitsch end and the surreal begin?

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