Friday, June 24, 2011

Scene and Heard

Our favorite bilingual comedy, Chinglish, is playing NOW in the Albert Theatre. If you haven't snagged tickets yet (and you should—they're going fast) you can purchase them here. Meanwhile, here are this week's arts links for your web-browsing enjoyment:

Ballet and beer, together at last. (The New York Times)

A Renaissance gem uncovered in Britain. (The Guardian)

Speaking of Britain, their largest theater has a plan to reduce fidgeting during performances. (The Stage)

And Her Majesty's composer wants to drop an f-bomb on ill-mannered concert goers. (The Telegraph)

In DC, Trey McIntyre is bringing sexy back to ballet. (The Washington Post)

Sky divers + an indoor wind tunnel = indoor skydiving ballet in Prague. (The Telegraph)

Is your facebook update or tweet a form of art? (ARTnews)

Old potter, new potter, famous potter, be-speckled potter, Pottermore. (The Washington Post)

Photo of Jennifer Lim and James Waterston by Eric Y. Exit.

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