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For a really great article about Austin McCormick and Comapny XIV read this great experiential piece by Karen Tortora-Lee about what she saw when watching the workshops to help other dancers learn the Compan Or better XIV way of dancing (http://companyxiv.com) earlier this week.
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Siobhan O’Louglin puts THE ROPE IN YOUR HANDS when she shares Katrina stories. Review by Kate Manfre.
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+Kate Manfre's review for Fear Factor Cainine Edition is nothing to be afraid of unless you're afraid of love...
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Sure, the show is sexy, shows a lot of skin, and has no problem exploring the more intimate moments of the relationship, but Rising Sun's inherent intelligence as an ensemble ensures that your skin is served up with a side of thoughtful, though-provoking drama which explores the title rather than exploits it.
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Dianna Martin writes: Unfortunately the piece tries so hard to make a statement about the human condition and our lack of empathy for the opposite sex, that it gets in its own way.
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Austin McCormick Fans! (and if you've seen just one show - you're a fan) This week Company XIV is putting on a workshop that is AMAZING. (I know because I sat in on it yesterday). I'll be hosting a discussion with Austin LIVE on Friday 3/9 @ 1:15. COME ON DOWN!!!
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There are many gems scattered throughout the production that highlight the talents of the cast, and if they would focus more on using these as a method of storytelling, you would have a better way to marry fact and fiction.
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Add +The Happiest Medium to your circles to find more insightful reviews from the 2012 Frigid New York Theatre Festival ( http://frigidnewyork.info ) and other theatre and independent artists of your other happiest mediums.
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Interesting show, that i think could be tightened up a little more and have a really deep impact on the audience.

While the back story explains that in order to stay sane the man talks to himself the device is somewhat forced for the sake of theatricality. Also I think more sound design for his time sitting in the car might have helped quite a bit too.

To read more check out the link below.
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Find Your Happiest Medium In Theatre, Art, Music, Or Books....
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Here at The Happiest Medium we believe that everyone has a favorite . . . be it song, movie, book, painting, photograph, play, composer . . . and we’d like to share some of ours with you.  Click through our site and you’ll be sure to find your old, best-loved infatuations as well as some new voices too.  The Happiest Medium’s mission is to highlight, showcase and celebrate talent and creativity in all its forms and to write about it in a way that will ignite a spark for you too.


Whether your passion is theatre, or your guilty pleasure is trashy TV, whether you love to go gallery hopping on a rainy weekend or just curl up with a great book before you go to sleep, whether you’re a professional  shutterbug or an amateur iTunes mix master you’ll meet someone here who shares your enthusiasm.


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