Monthly Archives: January 2011

Expanded Curriculum

In 1997, Madeline Albright became the first female Secretary of State, and “Barbie Girl” by Aqua was one of the year’s most popular songs.  Amidst such contradictions, I enrolled as a freshman at a liberal arts university.  Though majoring in … Continue reading

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Help me remember?

I need your old junk.   As part of an upcoming project at The Chocolate Factory Theater, I’m developing an exhibit of performance ephemera.  I’d love to include as many things as possible (from as many contributors as possible), which represent … Continue reading

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Happy New Year!  Is your resolution already out the window?  Are you already feeling the heart palpitations and shortness of breath, which signal the panic attack of APAP?  For many of us involved in contemporary performance, January is atonement.  We … Continue reading

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