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Falling off the Rails: Season Two of Crystal Moselle’s Spin-off ‘Betty’

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Betty, spin-off of Crystal Moselle’s Skate Kitchen, details the complexities of the inner lives and outer networks of women skaters in NYC.
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Greek God Dionysus Returns as ‘Hurricane Diane’ to Confront Climate Change

Rami Margron in Hurricane Diane
With Huntington Theatre Company's Hurricane Diane, director Jenny Koons and her cast pack a punch in 90 minutes.
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‘Never Have I Ever’ Felt So Seen by a Netflix TV Show

Mindy Kahling press Never Have I Ever
Before Never Have I Ever, when was the last time you watched a show about a South Asian girl who grapples with her Indian-American identity?
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Guerrilla Girls Make Good Trouble in ‘The Art of Behaving Badly’

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Their new book, Guerrilla Girls: The Art of Behaving Badly (published in 2020), covers their pushback by showcasing their "artivism."
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In ‘frank: sonnets,’ Diane Seuss’ New Poems are Both ‘Right Now’ and ‘Back Then’

Diane Seuss poet
n Diane Seuss's frank: sonnets, the durability of the sonnet form stakes its claim as it exposes that which has often been held sacred.
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Charlotte Libov’s ‘I Wrote the Book’ is a Joyful Celebration

Charlotte Libov’s cabaret I Wrote the Book via Metropolitan Zoom was very enjoyable, thanks to a great set of songs, a unique viewing experience, and her own endearing charm. (NBA: 4/5)

Review by FF2 Associate Nicole Ackman

Charlotte Libov’s cabaret, I Wrote the Book opened with her singing “Heart” from Damn Yankees, and she certainly has it in spades.read more.

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