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These Colors Don’t Run: Reconstructing A Web of Belief in HBO’s “The Laramie Project” (Moises Kaufman, 2002)

Based upon the frequency that it is presented to us in this narrative, one might believe that “Live and let live” acts as the proverbial catchphrase of Laramie, Wyoming – the infamous setting of a despicable murder that, in the fall of 1998, sparked a nationwide conversation about the state of LGBT relations in the United States. 861 more words

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The Laramie Project

This is a fantastic play that everyone should read. That is all.

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Beethoven writes first in pencil, and then he goes back and with ink goes over the lines that he likes. When he has a clear idea, the pen barely touches the paper, but when he gets stuck, you can see the torture; there are scratches and it becomes like…

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Gross Indecency: Three Trials of Oscar Wilde

I really enjoyed this play.

Also, this is what I looked like at work today.

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the copulation of practice and theory

Following on from a comment during Monday’s session when one of you expressed some anxiety about theory in relation to your practices, I thought you might enjoy this (it was recommended to me by Bob Whalley): 66 more words

Practice

The real tragedies in life occur in such an inartistic manner that they hurt us by their crude violence, their absolute incoherence, their absurd want of meaning…

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