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The Lost Pages of War: P73 Stages Elliot, A Soldier’s Fugue

As American military deaths in Iraq climbed past the 2000 mark this past October, ran a cartoon by Signe Wilkinson showing an infinite line of flag-draped coffins, each with a number on it. Hovering attentively about coffin number 2000 was a pack of politicians, clergy, and media. Completely ignored were coffins number 1999 and before, and 2001 onward.

Theaters Against War Brings Youthful Voices to Brooklyn

“To omit or to minimize these voices of resistance is to create the idea that power only rests with those who have the guns, who possess the wealth, who own the newspapers and the television stations. I want to point out that people who seem to have no power, whether working people, people of color, or women- once they organize and protest and create movements -have a voice no government can suppress.”

In Dialogue

Resisting Forgetting with Chiori Miyagawa

Chiori Miyagawa’s delicate and precisely imagined work for theatre is haunted by time’s passing and the remains of historical and cultural memory that her fragmented, contemporary characters are left to sift through in order to become whole.


February On Track: Current and Coming Events


The Brooklyn Rail

FEB 2006

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