Monthly Archives: July 2014

THE INFRINGEMENT EXPERIENCE

Fringe festivals are do-it-yourself art events.  The artist is invited to do much of the work involved in the event.  The idea behind this is very old and democratic: if you want your work to be seen and heard by … Continue reading

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INFRINGING OFF TO BUFFALO

So many people think of the theatre in two spheres: community theatre and professional theatre.  Both are held in large spaces, and feature well known plays. Too many people pay almost no attention to experimental, or fringe theatre.  This is … Continue reading

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PERCEPTION AND PREJUDICE

A few days ago, I took my mother to a medical appointment.  My mother is now elderly, and recently she injured her foot.  As it happened, our usual entrance to the building was blocked by construction, and the other way … Continue reading

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EARTH TO ECHO, A REVIEW

I went to see Earth to Echo the other night.  I’m accustomed to seeing a long line of previews before the feature film starts.  One sequence I was pulled into.  Boys of about 13 were video recording interviews of themselves.  … Continue reading

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