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I’m moving right along still on my weight loss journey.  Last week I was definitely more hungry and had a few more treats that my “perfect” first two weeks, but still managed to lose 3 more pounds.   812 more words

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Fat Girl Tears

On December 1st I went to my doctor to check up on a cough that wouldn’t go away.  Turns out I was ultimately fine, getting over Whooping Cough.   2,030 more words

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The Shape of Things comes to IUSB

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Neil N. Labute’s “The Shape of Things,” which became a 2003 film featuring Paul Rudd and Rachel Wiesz, will be making a run at IUSB from Nov. 461 more words


The Shape of Things (Like my Butt and my Feelings)

So there’s this play that was made into a movie, written and directed by Neil LaBute, and it’s called the Shape of Things and it has messed me up. 1,002 more words


Architects and Their Books

A poem, “Architects and Their Books,” was posted recently on Verse‘s blog. The poem is an excerpt from a forthcoming portfolio, “The Shape of Things,” which was selected as a finalist for the 2015 Tomaž Šalamun Prize and will be in print later this year in Verse.

Of Archival Interest

REVIEW: The Shape of Things

Neil LaBute’s THE SHAPE OF THINGS we meet some fairly unlikeable people doing things that boggle the mind a little.  But we also see what might be the most interesting and hate-able villain ever seen on stage. 364 more words


Art and Love meet as Pittsfield's Town Players stage Neil LaBute's "The Shape of Things" at the Whit

Director, Matthew T. Teichner

Alanna Bassett, Jerry Greene and Leah Marie Parker.

(from left to right) Alanna Bassett as Jenny, director, Matthew T. Teichner , Jerry Greene as Adam and Leah Marie Parker as Evelyn. 270 more words