Category Archives: Short Pieces

Murray-Dodge Bacchanal

The premise was simple; given eight hours and ten of the most bizarre prompts known to man, seven teams of budding playwrights were challenged to compose a script for a short theatrical piece. After a brief meeting and discussion period with the writers, the baton was then passed to seven directors, who were given until 8 PM to cast, rehearse, and bring these starry-eyed visions to stage. Continue reading

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Visions of the Everyday

“Dancing Into Dream, Maya Vase Painting of the Ik’ Kingdom” Princeton University Art Museum Runs Oct. 6, 2012 to Feb. 17,2013 Dark against the glazed orange background, fat and sparsely clothed men sit cross-legged and gesture at each other.  Kings … Continue reading

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Gone For a Loop

Looper Directed by Rian Johnson Starring Bruce Willis, Joseph Gordon-Levitt Rated R $10 general, $7.50 for students “Goddamn twentieth-century affectations,” Abe (Jeff Daniels), crime boss from the future, says bitingly to the young looper Joe (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) in reference to … Continue reading

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In Translation

Every week the Lewis Center offers talks, reading, exhibits, and showcases of brilliant and luminary minds who reside here on Princeton’s campus.  On Wednesday night I had the privilege to be exposed to the life’s work of Sarah Charlesworth, our … Continue reading

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Dreams Deferred Do End in Bangs

Assassins Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, book by John Weidman Produced by the Princeton University Players Sept. 27-29, Oct. 4-6 at Frist $8 admission What makes the embittered ravings of a washed up actor interesting? Well, says PUP’s new … Continue reading

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