The Attraction of Opposites

May 19, 2013 by Deborah Jowitt [KSU Editor's Note: This article includes a review of lighting…

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May 19, 2013 by

[KSU Editor's Note: This article includes a review of lighting and visual design by College of the Arts'  Prof. Rebecca MK Makus.]


Pam Tanowitz’s The Spectators at New York Live Arts, May 15 through 18; Bill Young and Colleen Thomas’s A Place in France at 100 Grand Street, May 16 through 19.

Pam Tanowitz's The Spectators. Front, L to R: Maggie Cloud, Andrew Champlin, Sarah Haarmann. At back: Pierre Guilbault and Melissa Toogood. Phot: Yi-Chun Wu


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