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Monday, July 18 2011

Tuesday, January 18 2011

No Money, Mo’ Problems: Why Even Successful Bands Struggle Financially

— Emily Zemler (Alternative Press, 17 January 2010)
Filed in: Business & Economics | Music | Performing Arts

Thursday, July 1 2010

Wednesday, June 9 2010

Renaissance Fair: Lilith Fair Is Back, But Do We Still Need It?

— Shani O. Hilton (The American Prospect, 3 June 2010)
Filed in: Culture Industry | Feminism | Music | Performing Arts

Sunday, May 2 2010

Why Good Theatre Should Never Be Confused with Journalism

— David Hare (The Guardian, 17 April 2010)
Filed in: Mass Media | Performing Arts

Tuesday, February 23 2010

Audiences Hate Modern Classical Music Because Their Brains Cannot Cope

— Richard Gray (Telegraph, 20 February 2010)
Filed in: Music | Performing Arts

Wednesday, November 11 2009

Can Modern Dance Be Preserved?

— Arthur Lubow (The New York Times Magazine, 5 November 2009)
Filed in: Performing Arts

Thursday, October 8 2009

Old Friends: Irving Wardle on Harold Pinter

— Irving Wardle (Intelligent Life, Autumn 2009)
Filed in: Literature | Performing Arts

Sunday, September 20 2009

Jazz Festivals and What They Play There

— John G. Rodwan, Jr. (Open Letters Monthly, September 2009)
Filed in: Music | Performing Arts

Friday, September 11 2009

The Crafty Art of Alan Ayckbourn

— Terry Teachout (Commentary, September 2009)
Filed in: Literature | Performing Arts

Monday, August 31 2009

Taking Liberties: Reviving the Art of Classical Improvisation
— Alex Ross (The New Yorker, 31 August 2009)
Filed in: Music | Performing Arts

Thursday, July 23 2009

Walking on the Moon: Michael Jackson in Motion
— Joan Acocella (The New Yorker, 27 July 2009)
Filed in: Music | Performing Arts
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NYFF 2017: 'Mudbound'

// Notes from the Road

"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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