Lilly Rivlin’s rallying cry throughout her filmmaking career has been “the personal is political.” That philosophy, she says, is ideally reflected in the person of Esther Broner, the co-author of “The Women’s Haggadah” and the co-organizer of the original Women’s Seder. “Before, women cooked the meal and set the table. … In the beginning, that’s [...]
Hamilton Stone Review Volume 20 Jack Dowling CURTAIN TIME http://www.hamiltonstone.org/hsr20.html Hamilton Stone Review Volume 26 Jack Dowling BURKE http://www.hamiltonstone.org/hsr26.html Hamilton Stone Review Volume 29 Jack Dowling A PLEASURE TO SERVE http://www.hamiltonstone.org/hsr29.html
A DVD film showing of the OPEN THEATER’s critically acclaimed production.
Curated by Michel Gamily and Wayne Maugans Panel: Jean-Claude van Itallie / Bill Coco / Paul Zimet / Ellen Maddow / Harry Mann / Jun Maeda / Mark Hall Amitin / Beverly Emmons / Wayne Maugans / Nancy Gabor / Anders Cato Performances: “Savage Love” (4 short pieces – 10 minutes) Performed by Harry Mann [...]
In the aftermath of Sandy, PAUL BINNERTS’ new play asks “Why is it important to be an artist?” Click here to reserve tickets.
Papers of Lorraine O’Grady, 1952-2012 Wellesley College Library The Papers of Lorraine O’Grady ’55 have become the first major acquisition of alumnae papers to enter the Wellesley College Archives. The Papers are an extensive record of life and work and include, among others, exhibition records, art notebooks, audiovisual materials, writing drafts, correspondence and personal journals. [...]
The Westbeth Flea Market returns as the WESTBETH BOOK SALE. The Flea Market lost its space to Hurricane Sandy, but they haven’t lost their spirit. BOOKS GALORE!