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david siegel
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david siegel 13h
Replying to @petermarksdrama
My Mandarin is no longer what it onces was, but "ding hao."
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david siegel 17h
Lots can happen in a laundromat; love or loss thereof. THE ACCIDENT BEAR new play by Bob Bartlett; an interview.
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david siegel Nov 15
Family Series added to Great Performances at . Looking for fun entertainment for the whole family during Thanksgiving weekend, check this out.
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david siegel Nov 14
Playwright Ann Timmons' IT's MY PARTY reading at A NIGHT OF SUFFRAGE THEATER. “The Suffragists went for and got something done few others expected."
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david siegel Nov 13
Even Karina Lenk, THE BAND"S VISIT and "Omar Sharif" cannot stop violence. Try as she does. The center has truly fallen away as the world and America slouches toward Bethlehem.
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david siegel Nov 13
Jumping ahead; wondering out loud. How will Amazon in Crystal City affect the performing arts in the Northern Virginia area, if not DC metro as a whole? Will it be everyone for their own venue? Is what happened to the arts in Seattle useful to study? Shall we discuss?
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david siegel Nov 12
Reread this classic, THE GREAT WAR AND MODERN MEMORY for my private Veterans Day commemoration. As social media noise built louder over the weekend, this Vet turned inward. Then remembered to rejoice at many Vets just elected. Brave souls in military service/brave souls now.
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david siegel Nov 12
Replying to @zinoman @galbeckerman
Yes, must read. Would help with more context to surround; that we Jews are now less than 2% of US population and decreasing. That intermarriage says something; what I have no clue. That we Jews, I suspect, are less dispersed in America than we once were. What are your bones?
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david siegel Nov 10
Replying to @chucktodd
Had only just finished a re-read of Susan Sontag's REGARDING THE PAIN OF OTHERS, when your tweet came by. Perhaps there is a strong correlation between bone spurs and inability to feel empathy to the pain of others?
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david siegel Nov 9
My God, what uplifting this does for my soul. Thank you. Thank you. How you encapsulate in just a few sentences why you selected what you did; that is rare talent indeed. There is grace in all you and those you credit did for us mere mortals. Signed a gushing fanboy.
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david siegel Nov 9
BILLY ELLIOT at soars. It has youthful dance energy, plenty of delightful rowdy performances and the message to present yourself to the world as who you are. Maggie Thatcher too. Matthew Gardiner directs & choreographs. Grab a ticket
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david siegel Nov 9
While I proudly worked for the Clinton's during his 1st term as AR Gov, time to place this fine memento deeper into history. Cartoon penned by George Fisher, a favorite of Clinton's as I recall. Given to me at one of the last functions I attended with then Gov Clinton in 12/1980
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david siegel Nov 9
BELTWAY POETRY: Beyond performing arts, If artists are the architects of the future, what is the world to be created? This issue features 30 poems by 20 women and non-binary poets who live or work in DC, MD, VA and Delaware.
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david siegel Nov 9
With his creative sound design and original music, Lindsay Jones brings laser-sharp attention to the KING JOHN performances on stage
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david siegel Nov 8
Today's used the art "His Bunkie" for the front page of special section World War I Armistice Day Centennial. It led to astonishment by a good friend, whose grandfather was the WWI artist; William James Aylward. It was a image she had not seen before.
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david siegel Nov 8
HBO tonight; doc WE ARE NOT DONE YET about PTS; not just for vets but anyone. I saw early screening. Major contribution by DC native Jeffrey Wright. Know this too, provided location for Veterans to perform. My salute to STC's Michael Kahn
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david siegel Nov 8
Mozart's DON GIOVANNI from coming to . Lots more here ->
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david siegel Nov 8
Prescient theater. Hard not to think about reading of Jiehae Park's PEERLESS at Shakespeare Theatre Company I took in a few weeks ago.The play deserves a full production in DC> Getting Into Harvard Is Hard. Here Are 4 Ways Applicants Get an Edge.
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david siegel Nov 7
Now for something completely different in McLean. Family friendly events w/HOLD ON TO YOUR BUTTS and this too -> save the date for newly renovated reopening. Let's bring out some big smiles, shall we?
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david siegel Nov 7
Down ballot changes in state legislatures: Some D pickups. State legs are key to how states function & where some political careers take off. State legs are not potting palms . Someone asked me why I care about state legs; this is what I once did.
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