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Volume 63, Issue 4

Front Cover by Panteha Abareshi
8 mm stills from video/performance work
HIPPA Violation 2019
Courtesy of the artist

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Performance

November 11, 2022
By
Edward Dusinberre

Through the gleam of brass the lettering was hard to read: “Bartók’s Retreat.” Out of habit I hung a “Do Not Disturb” cushion over the doorknob.

November 3, 2022
By
Mark Franko

Slowly surfacing from the social and emotional depths of the COVID nightmare to perceive a tenuous normalcy around me, I experience New York City Ballet performances as a welcome afterlife—in which a repertory continuously redefines itself in relation to its own potentials and boundaries.

September 16, 2022
By
Len Berkman

July 7, 2022
By
Len Berkman

I think I’m waking up. One moment I was having a hard time accepting my father’s gifts to my husband and me, and the next my dad was screaming that he wanted never to set eyes on me again.

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