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Blessed Unrest

Central Works' latest collaborative deals with the history and emotions of the environmental movement, as brought to the limelight by Paul Hawken's best-selling book of the same title. The seamlessness of the production – including sound design by Gregory Scharpen…
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Culture, Stage Check Nate

Check Nate

With its opposition between black and white armies and focus on total obliteration of the enemy, chess has always been viewed as a metaphor for conflict. It's not for nothing that the "King's Game," as it was dubbed, was used…
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Culture, Stage Sir Vidia's Shadow

Sir Vidia's Shadow

V.S. Naipaul has been a mandarin for longer than most of the literary world has heard of him. He grew up in a large Indian family on Trinidad, the son of a journalist, and the Caribbean's teeming poverty gave him…
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Pilgrim's Progress Report

For three years, Geoffrey Chaucer & Co. has been rehearsing and presenting The Canterbury Tales almost in order, one and sometimes two at a time, in slow preparation for a summer festival next year, when the month of June at…
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Love Bites Vampire Dreams. By Suzy McKee Charnas. Starring Penny Benda, Nick Scoggin, Esther Feuerstein, and J.J. White. At Bindlestiff Studio, 185 Sixth St. (at Howard), through Dec. 6. Call 974-1167. As a kernel for a story, putting a vampire…
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