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Free Expo Pass for Students to Largest Photography Show in North America

Lets Consumers Try Latest Gadgets & Learn
From the Pros How to Take Better Pictures

A three-day Expo Pass is free to students, giving them access to roam the show floor, have books signed by some of their favorite photographers, and watch free demos and presentations by some of the industry’s most famous photographers. Held annually at the Javits Convention Center, attendees have the opportunity to explore an inspiring array of photography and imaging products and services —

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GILBERT AND SULLIVAN PLAYERS OFFER SPOOKIEST
G & S PIECE FOR HALLOWEEN

Theater Ink by John Rowell

One would not say that the most well-known Gilbert and Sullivan operetta The Pirates of Penzance is particularly spooky, nor would one necessarily get the shivers from H.M.S. Pinafore.

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Squeal like a pig!” Everyone who was around in the 1970s remembers the jokes that stemmed from the enormously popular 1972 film Deliverance, jokes that were usually set up with the yukmeister humming a few bars of the movie’s famous theme song, “Dueling Banjos.”
Ever stopped to wonder: just how truthful is a memoir? How truthful can it be, in actuality? These and other questions swirl around Lying, a World Premiere adapted for the stage by Matt Opatrny from the metaphorical memoir by acclaimed writer and memoirist Lauren Slater. (Lucille Lortel Award winner Jessica Burr is the director and choreographer.)
She is one of the world’s most prominent—and controversial—performance artists—which is to say, she is always worth seeing. And beginning in October, the legendary Karen Finley returns to Off-Broadway in the World Premiere of Written in Sand, based on pieces she wrote about the emerging AIDS crisis between 1983 and 1994.
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If you’ve ever ridden the Metro North rail to privileged Connecticut, you have seen an unusual cross section of New York classes.
Karen Finley first achieved fame as a performance artist back in the 1980s. She was one of four performers who sued the National Endowment for the Arts in 1990 for withdrawing grants based on the grounds that her work was deemed indecent.
“All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” This opening sentence of Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina sets the tone of “The Country House,” the new play by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Margulies...
 
 
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