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david siegel
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HERO's WELCOME at is a finely honed production of a dark tale under Alex Levy's direction. With inspired casting, not just another tale about the condescending upper crust penned by prolific playwright Alan Ayckbourn.
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david siegel Sep 18
Fine, unflinching production of Steven Levenson's IF I FORGET under the meticulous direction of Matt Torney at . How does a tribe hold on to its history when there are many viewpoints to consider?
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david siegel Sep 17
Replying to @terryteachout
Where there is love, there will be sunshine.
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david siegel Sep 15
Replying to @HowardSumka
Swift-boating continues by new folk. Turning the other cheek is NOT the appropriate response.
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david siegel Sep 15
"ARTS by George!" headlines jazz icons The Manhattan Transfer. Annual GMU event raises funds for scholarships for visual and performing arts students@GMU_CFA. Event includes way cool student showcases. See->
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david siegel Sep 14
L. A. Theatre Works is a regular visitor to Fairfax's (VA) Center for the Arts (CFA). Let's see what productions are selected to be toured at the CFA.
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david siegel Sep 14
CHAOS CALMS ME by Elizabeth Piper Board on exhibition at Fairfax's alternative gallery A full exhibition of works by Elizabeth Piper Board. Something way different; so very intimate to be experienced.
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david siegel Sep 14
Fairfax Symphony opens new season at Center for the Arts with LA BOHEME (in concert). Lots more here about this special opera/concert performance- >
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david siegel Sep 13
Greenland adventure final entry. Had the greatest travel partner; Willa.
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david siegel Sep 13
Kangerlussuaq, Greenland. Rock scrambling to find this scene at the end of a fijord with glacier. What a setting!
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david siegel Sep 12
Disko Bay, Greenland. A quiet place to meditate. Celebrated Jewish New Year in my own way.
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david siegel Sep 10
Art is everywhere if we keep our eyes wide open. Shelley Niro -> STORIES OF WOMEN @ Taseralik, Sisimiut (Greenland) Cultural Centre.
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david siegel Sep 10
Ilulissat, Greenland. It's 34 degrees. Willa & I are in an open boat, yup. In the haze is an open boat like the one we are in among small icebergs.
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david siegel Sep 5
Great interview about the well deserved success of Natalie Graves Tucker -> Natalie Graves Tucker: Theatre Week Kickoff Emcee and All Around Superwoman (Interview) via
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david siegel Sep 5
Great interview that brings bright smiles of joy for the well deserved success of Natalie Graves Tucker -> Natalie Graves Tucker: Theatre Week Kickoff Emcee and All Around Superwoman (Interview) via
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david siegel Sep 3
Replying to @ChrisJonesTrib
Your piece makes it seem now not then. Nothing to add but a personal coda of having a Bday party for the quiet, compared to Hoffman, Rennie Davis when he visited Pittsburgh, fall 1969 if my memory serves. A heady time to be in grad school before military service claimed me
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david siegel Sep 1
We have lost our ability to easily explain what the govt does FOR citizens.During the long shutdown in Clinton Admin, I was regularly interviewed by the media to explain what HHS govt programs did. Did it make a difference? No clue. ARRA suffered similar fate; what $$ did for ppl
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david siegel Aug 30
Replying to @josesolismayen
Jose, you are some great movie roll today. And from my days of the long ago and back then. Such nostalgia, if that is acceptable. Don't forget for a little fun in the same time period Romero's" Night of the Living Dead."
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david siegel Aug 30
Replying to @josesolismayen
Such a defining political thriller Z was and is still. The decades have not cooled its message.
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david siegel Aug 30
Replying to @nplusonemag
What is even more of note, in our era so few have any connection to military service to understand what McCain was all about. Now less than 1% serve and likely unknown to the privileged who benefit. In any dark days to come for America what might this mean?
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