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In Dialogue

Blue Door: Painting within the lines of history with Tanya Barfield

I am suddenly aware of the difference between my wife and me. Not that this hasn’t occurred to me before. But I am suddenly aware, in a very new and unsettling way.

Beckett at 100: Waiting for Godot and other New York Centenary Events

The Gate Theatre of Dublin brings Waiting for Godot to NYU’s Skirball Center October 24–28, capping New York’s sparse celebration of Samuel Beckett’s centenary.

Against Reproduction: Tim Crouch’s An Oak Tree

The man looks at the audience. The man stares. The man talks to the audience with the house lights up. In an hour’s time with this man, you will be changed, and think about theater quite differently than ever before.

THE TEMPORARY LIFE: Thugs and the Law

The guy in the cubicle next to yours is part of your mental landscape. Over the past year, you’ve learned about his significant other, his tiger cats, his voyages.


The Brooklyn Rail

OCT 2006

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