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    • Ferry

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      • ENTREVISTA CON SERGIO FANT

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        Entrevista con Sergio Fant, realizada en el marco del BAFICI 2011, que comparte su perspectiva y algunas líneas de su dedicación como programador de la sección Orizzonti de la Mostra di Venezia. Declaraciones recogidas por Alfonso Camacho en Buenos Aires el 12 de abril de 2011, interpretación in situ de Guillermina Chiariglione, vídeo de María Emilia Cortés, montaje y adecuación de subtítulos de Covadonga G. Lahera, transcripción de Miguel Blanco Hortas y Moisés Granda, adaptación de Francisco Algarín Navarro y Fernando Ganzo.

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        • About an Inventory: Dutch New York Between East and West: The World of Margrieta van Varick

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          From September 18, 2009– January 24, 2010, the BGC presented Dutch New York Between East and West: The World of Margrieta van Varick. This extraordinary conversation between Natalie Zemon Davis and Dean Peter Miller introduces the range of curatorial and historical issues that animated the exhibition.

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          • Bard Graduate Center Open House: What We Are

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            Dean Peter N. Miller talks about why the Bard Graduate Center is a unique intellectual institution.

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            • WISPIRG Press Conference

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              This talk was given on Nov 15, 2010 as a kickoff to "Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week," sponsored by the Wisconsin Student Public Interest Research Group (WISPIRG). Read the article about this talk in the Badger Herald here: http://badgerherald.com/news/2010/11/15/wisconsins_homeless_.php

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              • Zamboni

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                • Karma Kitaj Interviews Peter Miller

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                  Peter Miller, board member of Brookline Access TV, just got his PhD after a 35 year gap. In those intervening years, he’s been an advocate for public access TV and other technology, and, especially, making them available to under-served populations in housing projects, community centers, and assisted living.

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                  • The Playboy of the Western World • Penn Theatre Arts Program

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                    The Playboy of the Western World By John Millington Synge Directed by Dr. Marcia Ferguson A senior thesis project in acting by Peter Miller http://www.sas.upenn.edu/theatrearts/ March 21-24, 2013 March 21, 22, 23: 7:30pm performances March 24: 2pm performance Bruce Montgomery Theatre Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts For tickets, visit: http:// www.pennpresents.org View photos from dress rehearsals here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/arts_at_penn/sets/72157633033249983/ Description of play: On the lam from the law and hoping to find shelter on a dark night, Christy Mahon is a self-confessed, cold-blooded murderer when he stumbles into Michael Flaherty's rural Irish tavern, at the turn of the 20th century. To his surprise, he is embraced by the colorful citizens of the village, including Flaherty's beautiful daughter, Pegeen, and the lusty Widow Quinn. Infamous for his dirty deed, he is just riding the crest of his popularity when the past catches with him, exposing the flip side of his fate, and bringing him face to face with the darkness he had hoped to outrun. Artistic and Production Staff: Director: Dr. Marcia Ferguson, Senior Lecturer, Theatre Arts Program Assistant Director/Stage Manager: Chloe Corner Scenic Designer/Production Manager: Eric Baratta Lighting Designer: Peter Whinnery Costume Designer: Millie Hiibel Dialect coaching: Sarah Doherty Dramaturg: Bee Reed, Senior in Theatre Arts Assistant Stage Manager: Angie McGuiness Assistant Stage Manager: Joy Zhang Cast: Christopher Mahon: Peter Miller Old Mahon: Dr. James F. Schlatter Michael James Flaherty: Shaun Moran Margaret Flaherty (Pegeen): Cara Hume Widow Quin: Mingo Reynolds Shawn Keogh: Rawson Faux Philly Cullen: Dominic DeAngelo Jimmy Farrell: William Stern Sara Tansey : Megan Guy Susan Brady: Amanda Shur Honor Blake: Nicole Sadaniantz Director's Note to this Production The words to the song that opens our production are from "Danny," a poem by the author, John Millington Synge. Synge had a short, sad life, marked by chronic illness; he knew he was dying as he wrote much of his poetry (as well as his unfinished, final play, Deirdre of the Sorrows). He had a fierce and extraordinary commitment to writing vividly and truly about Irish life, language and characters. "Danny" was deleted from early collections of his works because of its violent content. Its controversial history is akin to the turbulent reception Playboy of the Western World initially received when it was first produced. The poem has been put to original music by Marcia Ferguson. DANNY by: John Millington Synge (1871-1909) Poem composed 1907, published posthumously in 1910 NE night a score of Erris men, A score I'm told and nine, Said, "We'll get shut of Danny's noise Of girls and widows dyin'. "There's not his like from Binghamstown To Boyle and Ballycroy, At playing hell on decent girls, At beating man and boy. "He's left two pairs of female twins Beyond in Killacreest, And twice in Crossmolina fair He's struck the parish priest. "But we'll come round him in the night A mile beyond the Mullet; Ten will quench his bloody eyes, And ten will choke his gullet." It wasn't long till Danny came, From Bangor making way, And he was damning moon and stars And whistling grand and gay. Till in a gap of hazel glen-- And not a hare in sight-- Out lepped the nine-and-twenty lads Along his left and right. Then Danny smashed the nose of Byrne, He split the lips on three, And bit across the right hand thumb Of one Red Shawn Magee. But seven tripped him up behind, And seven kicked before, And seven squeezed around his throat Till Danny kicked no more. Then some destroyed him with their heels, Some tramped him in the mud, Some stole his purse and timber pipe, And some washed off his blood. And when you're walking out the way From Bangor to Belmullet, You'll see a flat cross on a stone Where men choked Danny's gullet.

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                    • Ferris Wheel

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