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By Alyssa Mulligan “Be not afraid of greatness: some are born great, some achieve greatness and some have greatness thrust upon them” (Twelfth Night, Act II Scene V).  Perhaps you are familiar with the 17th century script written by a renowned bard, or perhaps not.  Regardless, The Speaker’s Progress will certainly provide a fresh outlook on this olden tale.  The play is based on Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night– however, this is a Shakespearean production unlike any…

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By Rob Orchard Jerzy Grotowski, the great Polish theatre director and innovator answered my question, “Why are we concerned with art?” with the answer: “To cross our frontiers, exceed our limitations, fill our emptiness – fulfill ourselves.” What were your experiences in our first season and does the promise of our second season provide these opportunities? Let me know by commenting below. I look forward to hearing your thoughts. -Rob

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From Laurie Anderson to Lady Gaga By Sara Bookin-Weiner What exactly does it mean to be a performance artist? Whether visual art, music, theatre, dance or a variety of other “performance” forms, these interdisciplinary artists also often find themselves labeled as experimental, edgy or avant-garde. Laurie Anderson, who brings her latest work Delusion to the Paramount Center Mainstage this week, creates multimedia theatrical blends that have earned her the performance artist moniker. To give audience…

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