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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

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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.

http://www.athe.org/files/pdf/08ConfDolan.pdf?SESS78f87c84978b70e41ea16a160971e0a6=3632a078d05a3dff9845b7c5b299f6b2

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More QC pictures!

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

http://www.flickr.com/photos/reconsider/sets/72157607459042350/

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...

http://www.photoblog.com/ashleymarinaccio/2008/09/22/

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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

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"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.


http://www.womenarts.org/news/september2008news.htm#policies

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