With great sightlines from every one of its 216 seats, the Doris Duke Theatre space made for intimate, often enthralling encounters with movement.
“I saw it coming three years ago, when there was a frenzy of development in the Fenway. Now the neighborhood looks like a corporate mall.”
The IRNE event did what it has done for decades: cast a warm glow on a vibrant local theater scene and those who are dedicated to entertain, astonish, and inspire.
Some pithy quotes to keep in mind for the New Year.
I speak for the legions who benefitted from your friendship and your great energy and talent.
Pete Shelley’s elegies for the wilted flowers of romance were shouted over songs that were alternately tuneful and fierce.
Robert Venuti’s opposition to the Modernism’s rigid corporate style made healthy waves.
William Goldman was known as a consummate Hollywood insider who nevertheless maintained a reputation as a literary-minded purveyor of exceptional cinema.
An Arts Fuse regular feature returns (temporarily): The Arts on Stamps of the World.
An Arts Fuse regular feature returns (temporarily): the Arts on Stamps of the World. We present the second of our three lapsed November 2017 installments, now being seen for the very first time anywhere!