Monthly Archives: July 2004

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solanasonline

There’s a really cool interview with Juliana Francis at this webzine called SolanasOnline. (It’s in Issue #3). I’ve never heard of the ‘zine before, but there are interviews with lots of groovy people I’ve known and/or admired over the years, including Michelle Tea, Mike Albo,

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festivals in your face

The Times has a quick and snappy overview of some of the non-Fringe festivals happening this month and next, including the HOT! Festival, the Ice Factory Festival, the Hell Festival, and American Living Room. While it’s great that the festivals are getting column inches, the

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Neal for President

Neal Medlyn is a very sexy lady. Except he’s not a lady. But if you are a lady, he reminds you to be a sexy one, in his gently subversive and humorous way. You’re a lady! Be proud! Wear cute panties at all times!

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Care-A-Lot, We Care-A-Lot!

My mother saw “Fahrenheit 9/11” – a documentary that was as satisfying in its muscularity and unequivocal assurance that your worst fears are starkly true as the Starr Report must have been for Limbaugh, Bill Bennett, Ann Coulter, Robert Bork, and the other fatties (sorry,

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It’s Gotta Be The Shoes!

Who would have thought a couple of pairs of funky shoes, a beat-up 80s boom-box and a laptop could create magic? Not me until I saw Joshua Fried’s performance of Anything Bass, an excerpt from his work Radio Wonderland on Tuesday night at HERE.

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it’s gettin’ hot in here

I went to the opening shindig for Dixon Place’s 13th annual HOT festival on Tuesday. They’re back at 258 Bowery while they finish the construction on their new building, and it was just like it always was. Well, a little better since the air conditioning

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you’re hired!

I’m sure y’all read the NY Times article on Theater > News & Features > The Broadway Producer Baby” href=”http://www.nytimes.com/2004/07/04/theater/newsandfeatures/04WEBE.html”>The New York Times > Theater >Arielle Tepper and the Summer Play Festival. It seems kinda like The Apprentice for playwrights. Any suggestions on which ones