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Actress Julia Cho on Asian-American Representation, Diversity and Self-Care

Consider skipping Aloha, Cameron Crowe’s latest film–someone made the dreadful decision to cast Emma Stone as an Asian character, despite a multitude of talented Asian-American actresses. 215 more words


#ReadingForParity: "BFE" by Julia Cho

Although I’ve fallen behind with my other blogging projects, I recently was inspired by another blogger to write about some contemporary plays by women. … 401 more words

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AUDITIONS for The Majestic Readers Theater Company

Auditions for Enchanted April, Tragedy Full of Joy: Stories by Bernard Malamud, and The Language Archive  are Feb 2-3 2015 7:30 PM at the Majestic Theater.  275 more words

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B.F.E by Julia Cho

Talk about a change in momentum. ‘The Pillowman’, amazing and inspirational! ‘A Raisin in the Sun’,a dated classic exploring social boundaries for African Americans. 1,061 more words

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Review: City Lights' 'The Language Archive' strong in its unity

George is a somewhat awkward gent. He bumbles around his cluttered office, a room filled with boxes and boxes, and most importantly, an old reel-to-reel tape machine. 789 more words

The language of love vs. the love of language

By Ande Jacobson

Few would argue that the primary purpose of language is communication. Still, there is a vast difference between transmission and reception between two people even when they ostensibly speak the same language. 1,015 more words


The conflict of communication the focus of City Lights' 'The Language Archive'

George is a scholar at a language archive, and is an expert in languages that are becoming extinct, such as the late 19th century language Esperanto. 727 more words