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Review: Boico leads ‘bittersweet’ CSO season finale

Review by Anthony Bannon


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Guest conductor Daniel Boico leads the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra in the National Anthem Tuesday in the Amphitheater. 1,196 more words

The Arts

Fallenberg to talk world literature, global citizenry at final Brown Bag

People truly learn when they work outside their bubble. And one of the easiest ways to do that is through reading.

“I think you can read in an insular sort of fashion, and you can read in a global fashion,” said Evan Fallenberg, the prose writer-in-residence for Week Nine. 487 more words

Chautauqua Institution

Friends of Chautauqua Theater to hold play reading

For years, David Zinman attended parties where he was consistently mistaken for a celebrated conductor of the same name. After confessing his true profession as a journalist, conversation partners would often drift away to another corner of the room. 499 more words

Chautauqua Institution

Stomp hits Bournemouth Pavilion with a bang - 5/08/14

I turned to my friend whilst waiting for the Theatre Doors to open and asked “What is Stomp – is it dance, music, a musical or what?” and she merely replied “It’s hard to describe really – it’s just Stomp!” 230 more words

The Arts

It's All Ogre Now....

 The end of a show is the absolute WORST. PSD (post show depression) hits, and it hits hard as soon as the curtain falls. I just sit in my bed the evening after the show is over and eat chocolate and watch facebook -like a hawk- for posts and pictures of the show. 458 more words

The Future is Pregnant

With me.

With you.

She’s holding her belly,

Aching,

Hoping we

Change the world,

When we become fully ourselves.

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