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PARKING PARTNERS

Articles by Kat Klein

Throughout the run of How to be a Rock Critic at the Paramount, we asked audiences to write down the name of an album they would go to bat for as the best album of all time. The responses were wide ranging, some including drawings of the band logos or additional commentary (i.e. “Double Fantasy (minus Yoko’s song)”) or even some simple doodles and exclamation points to really hit home just how crucial the album is for…

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This past week Claudia Rankine gave a sold out talk on whiteness (for those of you who missed it you can watch here). Throughout the presentation Ms. Rankine covered a wide variety of literature and pop culture references. From the talk we have created a reading list for you comprised of the books and blogs mentioned:  Whiteness of a Different Color by Matthew Frye Jacobson  The History of White People  by Nell Irvin Painter White: Essays…

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As a part of the preparation for the Play Reading Book Club, the teaching artists provided this very helpful glossary to unpack potentially unfamiliar terms used in the play. Enjoy! Babby Baby Bosco An Irish children’s television programme produced during the late 1970s and 1980s. It was produced by the Lambert Puppet Theatre. Designed by Jan Mitchell, Bosco was voiced by Jonathan Ryan initially, in the pilot series that was broadcast, with four presenters per…

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“You know Katherine, theatre is a lot like politics.” I have spent a large portion of my life hearing this phrase from my father, a former politician. Every time he says it, it’s as though the thought just occurred to him and the conversation is treated as such, spurring a similar sequence of points and connections between our shared love for trying to create the world as it could be. Thinking about the overlap between…

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