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2. Up Front: Talking Heads—Gordon Rogoff
3. Up Front: Richard Gilman, 1925-2006—Stanley Kauffmann
4. World Bodies: Adelheid Roosen and The Veiled Monologues—Tom Sellar
5. The Veiled Monologues Translated by Discordia Translations—Adelheid Roosen
6. Who's Afraid of Rachel Corrie?—Marvin Carlson, John Heilpern, Christopher Shinn, Alisa Solomon, and Kelly Stuart
7. Artist's Journal: Directing Stravinsky's The Soldier's Tale—Andrew Steggall
8. Portfolio: Hotel Modern, Kamp
9. Red: An Exhibition of Theater Costumes from the Eighteenth to the Twenty-First Century—Marina Kotzamani
10. Sisters under the Skin—Rachel Rusch
11. Designing the Utopian Past—Arnold Aronson
12. Sly in Bottomless Love—Gordon Rogoff
13. Hitting the Wall—Joseph P. Cermatori
14. I Like to Be in America—Jason Fitzgerald
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