Random Quote Time

7:45 PM / Posted by Ashley / comments (0)

I came across this while reading one of my favorite feminist zines...

"When people think many different ideas and move in one direction, that's a movement. When people think the same idea and move in the same direction, that's a cult. So are we building a movement or are we building cults?" - Loretta Ross


Jill Dolan on "Why Are Theatre Students So Unhappy?"

11:58 PM / Posted by Ashley / comments (0)

This important piece was fwd: to me today. It is a must read for all theatre students, practitioners and teachers. It's from the ATHE (Association for Theater in Higher Education) Conference Plenary, “The Elephant in the Room” by Jill Dolan.



More QC pictures!

11:56 PM / Posted by Ashley / comments (0)


Check out Robby's pix from the weekend! He is an absolutely brilliant photographer!

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Questionable Content Pictures

9:51 AM / Posted by Ashley / comments (0)

Check out the pictures from this weekend's production of "Questionable Content" by Co-Op Theatre East at the Gene Frankel Theatre...


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Things I've been thinking about this week...

11:29 PM / Posted by Ashley / comments (0)

Some thoughts...

PAKR(ING) NYC - http://parkingdaynyc.org/about
N.Y. Artist Records Public Scorn on Wall Street- http://www.1010wins.com/pages/2978013.php
Geoffrey Raymond's blog (The artist from the above article)- http://theannotatedfuld.blogspot.com/
Eve Ensler's "Drill, Drill, Drill" - http://www.huffingtonpost.com/eve-ensler/drill-drill-drill_b_124829.html
The Laramie Project (10 Years Later)- http://www.nytimes.com/2008/09/17/theater/17laramie.html?pagewanted=1&_r=1


"Questionable Content" opens TOMORROW!

11:29 PM / Posted by Ashley / comments (0)

COTE's first production "Questionable Content" opens tomorrow night at the Gene Frankel Theatre. To reserve your tickets visit www.endtimesproductions.org . Several of the performances are filling up fast!

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Obama and McCain on Arts Policies...

9:24 PM / Posted by Ashley / comments (0)

Some fantastic information on where the Presidential candidates stand on the Arts from "The Fund for Women Artists". I would copy and paste it in here but it's better to just click on the link.