Monthly Archives: May 2014

AN ACT OF SEDUCTION

Three bare concrete walls under harsh lighting. A dirt floor. A filthy mattress and nearby, a metal basin for human waste. A young man, stripped mostly naked, his beaten body stretched and chained upright to tall rusty pipes that run … Continue reading

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SHAKESPEARE’S STAR WARS

This week, I dropped by the Storefront Theatre to see a one-night event, a staged reading of Ian Doescher’s play William Shakespeare’s STAR WARS: The Empire Striketh Back. At the Storefront, watching this play read is to participate in a … Continue reading

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AN OFFICE WITH NO EXIT

Only a few years ago, one worked in an office and then went home, to one’s own life and privacy. But no more. Today, corporate life has ways of controlling employee behavior at all hours, routinely monitoring your Facebook postings. … Continue reading

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A WORK OF GENIUS

You know genius when you see it. And Business As Usual is a high-velocity work of genius. A collaborated effort created and performed by Viktor Lukawski, Adam Paolozza, Nicolas Di Gaetano, Business As Usual is hypnotic, but not the usual, … Continue reading

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