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'Monsters' Muscle in on Film Fun

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November 13, 2001

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Author: Padma Govidan Staff Writer "Monsters Inc.," a film from Pixar, is a candy-colored, fast-paced and inventive homage to lost days when children were easily scared—and thus, truly innocent (at least according to the film...

Community Players Indulge in 'Scandal' Via Upcoming Show

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November 13, 2001

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Author: Laura Rockefeller Staff Writer This weekend several associates of the Middlebury College community will take on new roles as they join other members of the Middlebury Community Players to present Richard Brinsley Sheridan's ...

Kids Explore Theater, Find Fun in Middleground

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November 13, 2001

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Author: Marissa Anschutz There are those moments in your life when you witness something truly beautiful and you know, for that space in time, you are a part of something magical. These are the times when you look around the ...

'Red Hot' Combo Plays Footloose and Fancy-free

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November 13, 2001

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Author: Laura Isham Staff Writer This Saturday I went to a swing dance in McCullough. Plenty of people from the Footloose Club, as well as other students who knew how to swing dance, went to this event. There were many talent...

'Glory Box' Relates Relationship, Politics

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November 13, 2001

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Author: Andrew Brooks Staff Writer On Sunday night, Tim Miller's spectacular performance piece "Glory Box" was unleashed upon audiences in the McCullough social space. Movement and narrative became intertwined to form Miller...

Alumna Poet Turns Life into Verse in 'Leaving'

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November 13, 2001

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Author: Becca Kaufman Staff Writer As part of the Library Program in the Abernathy Room on Wednesday, Nov. 7, Sue Ellen Thompson read a selection of poems from her most recent publication, "The Leaving." A Middlebury alumna and ...

Tibetan Cultural Symposium Promotes Exiled Art

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November 13, 2001

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Author: Allison Quady Arts Editor The Tibetan Festival Saturday afternoon in McCullough began with Louisa Conrad's '04, president of Students for a Free Tibet, introduction of Cathy Zaccone, the international issues liaison for...

'Henry' Made Anew; Hayes and Cast Transform Original Text

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November 13, 2001

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Author: Kate DeForest Arts Editor I have found it to be extremely helpful, in going to a production of any one of Shakespeare's plays, to read the text beforehand; it's not that the plays themselves are terribly confusing, but what pe...

Relationships Revised, Revisited in 'Danny'

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November 13, 2001

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Author: Yvonne Chen Staff Writer "I don't mean to spill my poison more than I ever have!" howls Roberta. She is one of the two lost and wretched lovers in the most recent production staged in the Zoo: John Patrick Shanley's "...

'Getting to Know' Romance in the Zoo

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November 6, 2001

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Author: Laura Rockefeller Staff Writer Four couples stood in the spotlight this weekend in the Hepburn Zoo at the opening of "Getting To Know You," the sixth annual First- Year Production. Through movement, the words of the ense...

'The Circle' Encompasses Problematic Cycles

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November 6, 2001

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Author: Becca Kaufman Staff Writer The second film shown as part of the symposium "A Glimpse Behind the Veil: Contemporary Iranian Cinema" in Dana Auditorium on Saturday, Nov. 3, was one that explores the subject of women an...

Bird's Migrations Span Cultural Gap

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November 6, 2001

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Author: Becca Kaufman Staff Writer Christiane Bird is a freelance writer from New York. She writes about jazz and blues and makes travelogues on New York State. She is tall with a mop of blonde hair and when she came to speak at...

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