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Suzanne Bocanegra by John Haskell
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By casting actors to perform as herself, Bocanegra considers “the nature of presentation itself.” Lili Taylor stars in her Farmhouse/Whorehouse at BAM’s Next Wave Festival this December.

Lauren Bakst and Yuri Masnyj
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A conditional archive or A score
for the past and future of
LIVING ROOM INDEX AND POOL

George Cukor’s Holiday by Nicholas Elliott
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Nicholas Elliott on George Cukor’s 1938 film Holiday, a subversive classic.

Nine Come by Elana Greenfield

III: The Voyager Returns

The Final Interrogation of Ceauşescu’s Dog by Warren Leight

A small interrogation room. A man paces, smokes cigarettes. A dog sits on a chair.

Stellan Skarsgård by Larry Gross
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Stellan Skarsgård is everywhere, from Breaking the Waves to Good Will Hunting and a tour de force performance in the thriller, Insomnia. Screenwriter Larry Gross charts the course from regional theater in Sweden to the big screen in Hollywood.

Requiem by Kathy Acker

Scene I. This could be a room in any corporate office. Dark red couches, strewn here and there like the small rugs below them, light up the grey of the walls.

Our Music Lesson #2, Or How We Appropriated You: An Imaginary Short Starring Elvis Chang, Rocky Rivera, and Jimi Hendrix by Jessica Hagedorn

Interior of an empty nightclub. Mid-afternoon. 

Thirty-Two Short Films about Glenn Gould by Don McKellar & François Girard

LONGFELLOW

Film #2

EXT. NIGHT. THE STREETS OF TORONTO.

Orpheus In Love by Craig Lucas

ACT ONE

1. Sleepsong

(The Tenor is alone in bed. Two Bassoonists play.)

Information for Foreigners: A Chronicle in 20 Scenes by Griselda Gambaro

GUIDE: Ladies and gentlemen: Admission is ____________________________, for adults. If you’ve already paid, you can’t repent. 

Where You Are Not by Stuart Spencer

And what you do not know is the only thing you know

Chaos In Order by Craig Gholson
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WHAT THEREFORE GOD HATH JOINED TOGETHER, LET NOT MAN PUT ASUNDER
ST. MATTHEW 19:6

On the Trail of the Lonesome Pine by Mark Magill & Jill Godmilow

In 1907 Pablo Picasso painted what is now a very well known portrait of Gertrude Stein. 

Mr. Brown by Brad Gooch

Cabel just couldn’t shake it. 

The Following Myth of Romantic Suffering Has to be Done Away With by Kathy Acker
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Writing must be a machine for breaking down, that is, allowing the now uncontrolled and uncontrollable reconstitutions of thoughts and expressions.

Caligari’s Children by Rose Sand & Ann Powell

You find yourself thinking (in Los Angeles)

Robbie by Sinclair Beiles

Robbie: There! Go for it. 

A Woman Against Porn and Violence in a Spirited Exchange with Flash Boy the Pimp by Jerome Lhotsky

WOMAN: Pimping! Oh my dear God in heaven! What a sleazy, slimy, despicable profession.

Cathode Cruel by Susan Landau

A group of three actors who are standing stationary until the set pieces of the Rhone Rehabilitation Centre glide in from O.S. Left and Right. A folding chair is leaned against a ten foot by ten foot glass booth which glides in from O.S. Right. It is a three-walled booth which surrounds one of the actors—THE SUBJECT.

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