Kyle Abraham, MacArthur Genius, tonight only. Grab one of the remaining seats.
Posted in art, dance, Dartmouth, gender roles, love, memory, small town |
Tagged Dartmouth College, Dearest Home, Hanover NH, Hopkins Center, Kyle Abraham |
In tiny Reading VT, just outside of Woodstock, the Hall Art Foundation has refurbished a former dairy farm. Read about the current exhibition here, and please share. Link is below.
Our Conversation by Ryan Schneider, 2006
Posted in art, gender roles, vermont |
Tagged Andrew Hall, Chantal Joffe, Christine Hall, Dan Attoe, Eric Fischl, Georg Herold, Hall Art Foundation, Hannah Wilke, International Klein Bleue, Madonna, Reading VT, Robert Mapplethorpe, Ryan Schneider, Sleepwalker, Tony Matelli, Woodstock VT, Yves Klein |
Should she? Opera North celebrates its 35th season. My review. Madama Butterfly opens tonight.
Posted in art, dance, gender roles, Music, Opera North, Theater, Women |
Tagged Bob Watson, Broadway, Cole Porter, George Dvorsky, Jeffrey Grover, Jim Watson, Katherine McLaughlin, Kiss Me Kate, Lebanon NH, Lebanon Opera House, Louis Burkot, Luke Hawkins, Naomi Louisa O'Connell, Opera North, The Taming of the Shrew, William Shakespeare |
White River Junction’s renaissance includes its welcoming of new businesses, including many owned by women. Read about Flourish, and please share.
Posted in aging, gender roles, Small business, small town, vermont, Women |
Tagged Flourish, Hair and makeup, Kirsten Connor, Organic makeup, Organic markets, White River Junction VT, Women-owned businesses |
I loved this film not for any easy answers but for the questions it raises. Here is my review of It’s Criminal by local filmmaker Signe Taylor, screening this Saturday at the White River Indie Film festival. Please read and share:
Posted in art, Blogging, Crime, Dartmouth, Film, gender roles, small town, vermont, Women |
Tagged Barrette Center for the Arts, criminal justice, Dartmouth College, incarceration, It's Criminal, Ivy Schweitzer, Signe Taylor, White River Indie Film, White River Junction |
JAG Productions is bringing Fences to the stage in the Upper Valley. The movie hit me right where I live(d). Pittsburgh peeps–this one’s for you.
Posted in gender roles, Theater, vermont |
Tagged August Wilson, Brian Anthony Wilson, Danielle Lee Greaves, Fences, Hill District, JAG Productions, Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Pirates, Willie Stargell, Woodstock VT |
My most recent publication, in
Siren Literary Magazine. Remember those sweet vignettes about Bryant Park and farm stands in Vermont? This is a different kind of piece. Click on the highlighted link to read it.