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Culture, Stage Our Bodies, Herself

Our Bodies, Herself

When you sit down in a theater, the usual reflex is to flip through your program and learn a little something about the show. I didn't need to do that at Eve Ensler's latest. I've seen Ensler perform The Vagina…
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Film, Sand Through an Hourglass

Sand Through an Hourglass

Thanks to the fickleness of pop culture, the French writer Amandine Aurore Lucie Dupin (1804-1876), aka George Sand, may be better known for her relationship to Frédéric Chopin than for her novels, her other romances, or her generally bold life.…
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Culture, Stage


Beyond Rage The American Chestnut. Written and performed by Karen Finley. At Theater Artaud, 450 Florida (at 17th Street), Dec. 4-14. Call 621-7797. "It's important for the child to adore something the parent hates," Karen Finley said, explaining her purchase…
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Calendar, Night&Day


wednesday november 26 The Santa Cause Are you known for your big beer gut and your hearty chuckle? Call the Cross Cultural Family Center, quick: They've got empty red Santa suits they'd like to fill. Perhaps you're a struggling actor/dancer/musician?…
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