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First loves: The theatre, the streets

On Tuesday, only hours before the infamous police raid,  I was at Occupy Boston, in Dewey Square in our city’s bustling, towering financial district. There were tents and speakers and music and posters; I even caught sight of an activist–that’s … Continue reading

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Mourning Juliano Mer Khamis (29 May, 1958-4 April, 2011)

~~Two tributes~~ ~~Anthony Alessandrini, Jadaliyya~~ http://www.jadaliyya.com/pages/index/1108/juliano-mer-khamis ~~ ~~Gideon Levy, Ha’aretz~~ http://www.haaretz.com/print-edition/news/gideon-levy-remembers-juliano-mer-khamis-an-arab-a-jew-a-human-being-1.354100 There are revolutionaries in the theatre–people like Peter Brook, Grotowski, and earlier, Artaud and others.  They work on well constructed stages, with well-trained actors, in  European cities. They receive … Continue reading

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