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The demands the protesters presented to Rojas include the right to freedom of speech and artistic creation, among other points.
The roster was produced amid the extraordinary pressure on the company to bounce back after the June departure of its founding artistic director, Eric Schaeffer, who resigned after an actor accused him of sexual harassment.
“We decided to look at the possibilities, as opposed to what isn’t possible,” Robert Battle, artistic director, says.
Growing up in an artistic family of modest means on Long Island, she never encountered the Internet until arriving at Brown University in 1995.
The show's artistic DNA seemed to be equal parts Looney Tunes and Laugh-In, with a Dadaist streak and a heavy dose of Mel Brooks-style parody woven through.
Prior to the pandemic, filming a rooftop concert wasn’t high on director Matthew Gardiner’s artistic docket.
She was a theater lover and good friend of their artistic director, Michael Kahn.
Artistically she played and the loud applause that greeted her would have made envious our own Fanny Bloomfield Zeisler.
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It was artistically arranged by Mrs. Jennie H. Moore, the flowers being all scientifically labeled and properly classified.
It never makes up, artistically, for an artist's dim feeling about a thing that he shall "do" the thing as ill as possible.

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