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Aunt Dan and Lemon

There are times when works of art find greater relevance due to the political environment in which they are experienced. Theatre Unlocked's production of Wallace Shawn's Aunt Dan and Lemon is just one of those occasions. In his rumination on the nature of power — both the military power of a State over the many […]

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Fahrenheit 9/11

"You don't have to be in Washington to work."  By now you've surely heard about all the hoo-haw surrounding Michael Moore's lefty latest. About how it won the Cannes Palme d'Or, and incited the longest consecutive standing ovation in that festival's history. About Disney CEO bitch Michael Eisner blocking Miramax from distributing the film. About […]

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No Vote Left Behind: TIG says: We're Ready for Regime Change Too!

We here at Three Imaginary Girls heart grassroots organizations. We, ourselves, have our roots in grass. Wait a minute, that didn't sound right… What we're trying to say here is, we support creative endeavors borne out of the desire to make the world a better place. So when local political organization No Vote Left Behind […]

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