Buffy Forever, Phillipa Soo Sings and Schmucks - This Week's Must Read


The Lemon

The Lemon

Writer


HERE ARE THIS WEEK'S BEST ARTICLES ABOUT THE PERFORMING ARTS AND CULTURE

  • Phillipa Soo Sings "Times Are Hard for Dreamers" in This Amélie Bonus Track (TheaterMania)
  • Theatres as Town Halls, With Politics (Occasionally) on the Agenda (American Theatre)
  • On ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer,' we fell for the Slayer along with Angel, Riley and Spike (Washington Post)
  • The opera about Walt Disney, and how Long Beach landed the U.S. premiere of 'The Perfect American' (LA Times)
  • How Pasadena's A Noise Within theater troupe builds a future on the past (LA Times)
  • On Schmucks, a Comedian Interviews People You Hate (Even Martin Shkreli) (LA Weekly)
  • Shut down but not silenced: Isis play Homegrown demands to be staged (Guardian)
  • Crossing Over: Arts, Military, and Passing to the Other Side (Howlround)
  • Merce Cunningham as Collaborator, Breaking Down Hierarchies in Art and Bodies (NY Times)
  • Theatre of the Oppressed in Iraq (Theatre Times)
  • A Brief History of the Gender Parity Movement in Theatre (Howlround)
  • The First U.S. Artist Ever Convicted of Obscenity Brings His Twisted Vision to L.A. (LA Weekly)

What "must read" stories in the arts did you encounter this week?

Leave a comment