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GNOSOS By Sreshta Premnath
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Gnosis (from the Latin gnosos meaning "knowledge" and nosos meaning "disease") is an intriguing meditation on the subjectivity of perception. Composed by artist Sreshta Rit... More > Premnath, it consists of eight collaged silhouettes accompanied by two found texts: a 19th century clinical description of the neurological condition anosognosia and a list of CIA counterintelligence categories used in the interrogation of suspects.< Less
The Transformation By Robin Buckallew
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She works for the government by day. She works against the government by night. Until one day, she finds herself in the hands of the Interrogators, a not-so-secret torture team that maintains rigid... More > order in an increasingly chaotic world. With a proud heritage of strength and independence to draw on, will Typha have what it takes to survive? After the Transformation, the government is left in the hands of a council of elders, who govern according to their interpretation of the Bible. Women, regarded as little more than breeding machines, return to the kitchen…and the bedroom, where they reproduce so rapidly that all the world’s ecosystems are being threatened with extinction. As the world goes mad around them, a brave group of men and women go underground, determined to fight for what they believe, even if it means war. An epic clash between church and state unites two scientists, linked by blood and their love of freedom. The future of the species is in their hands.< Less
Immortal In Shadow By Stefan Vucak
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On his way to a prison planet, Tanard, a renegade Fleet officer, escapes and vows vengeance against his captors. To accelerate the Sargon/Palean merger, an extremist Palean group recruits Tanard to... More > raid Kaleen worlds. First Scout Terrllss-rr and his Wanderer brother Dharaklin must locate Tanard’s support base before the Wanderers rise up and unleash Death in retaliation at attacks on their worlds. Terr meets Teena and his life is suddenly thrown into emotional turmoil. When Teena discovers that Terr used Death to interrogate raiders, she rejects him and Terr is forced to show her what it means to stand in Death’s shadow to regain her love. Tanard’s base is found and destroyed and those he served are now seeking his destruction.< Less
Out of Time & Place: An Anthology of Plays by Members of the Women’s Project Playwrights Lab, Volume 1 By Alexis Clements, Christine Evans
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Out of Place & Time, Volume 1, is an anthology of plays by five members of the Women’s Project Playwrights Lab. It's a snapshot of some of the most ambitious work incubating right now in... More > New York and a diverse compilation of plays for directors and actors seeking exciting contemporary work to explore. Featuring a hilarious and biting preface by Theresa Rebeck that challenges the American theater to celebrate and produce its women playwrights, Volume 1 showcases writers that engage our troubled times with wit, passion and daring. Lynn Rosen’s Back From The Front and Christine Evans’ Weightless both take comic approaches to shattering subjects—respectively, war and the future of a crumbling 21st century Manhattan. Crystal Skillman’s provocative The Vigil or The Guided Cradle interrogates torture across six centuries. Charity Henson-Ballard’s lyrical and sweeping The Quiver of Children and Laura Eason’s tautly focused Rewind each chart the attempt to outwit fate through artful means.< Less
Out of Time & Place: An Anthology of Plays by Members of the Women’s Project Playwrights Lab, Volume 1 By Alexis Clements, Christine Evans
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Out of Place & Time, Volume 1, is an anthology of plays by five members of the Women’s Project Playwrights Lab. It's a snapshot of some of the most ambitious work incubating right now in... More > New York and a diverse compilation of plays for directors and actors seeking exciting contemporary work to explore. Featuring a hilarious and biting preface by Theresa Rebeck that challenges the American theater to celebrate and produce its women playwrights, Volume 1 showcases writers that engage our troubled times with wit, passion and daring. Lynn Rosen’s Back From The Front and Christine Evans’ Weightless both take comic approaches to shattering subjects—respectively, war and the future of a crumbling 21st century Manhattan. Crystal Skillman’s provocative The Vigil or The Guided Cradle interrogates torture across six centuries. Charity Henson-Ballard’s lyrical and sweeping The Quiver of Children and Laura Eason’s tautly focused Rewind each chart the attempt to outwit fate through artful means.< Less