Flynn Center Blogging Update

flynnpaintingDid you happen to catch what BWW writers are saying about shows at Burlington’s Flynn Center?

The BWW and the Flynn are partnering to provide articles about the Flynn’s 2013-14 season. They’re all posted on the Flynn Center’s blog. The idea is to create conversations about art. In short: so far, so good!

Danielle Theirry kicked off the project with this personal essay on historical reenactments. Inspired by Ain Gordon’s “Not What Happened,” her essay gets at the heart of one of the themes of the play: the ability to see life from the perspective of another person. Theirry also followed up with this post-performance review.

We’ve heard from Erika Nichols on Aparna Ramaswamy’s performance; Jim Gamble describes music “out of bounds” with his article on Alejandro Escovedo and Shelby Lynne; and Kerstin Lange asserts that we all should hear a little music, especially that of the Johannes String Quartet.

Amanda Vella’s forthcoming article on Reggie Watts is sure to provoke some discussion about the eccentric comedian. And we’ll be writing lots more in the coming season, so please do join the conversation at the Flynn Center Blog.

About Peter Biello

Peter Biello is the host of All Things Considered on New Hampshire Public Radio and a writer of short stories, novels, book reviews, and essays. He's also the host of The Bookshelf, a series of interviews with authors from or writing about the Granite State.
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3 Responses to Flynn Center Blogging Update

  1. Rod Hansen says:

    Hey –

    I’ve written a preview piece for the Dr. John performance at the Flynn on Oct. 25. Could somebody please refresh me on the submission procedures?

    Thanks,

    Rod

  2. Rod Hansen says:

    Hey Peter –

    Nope, looks like Amanda beat me to it fair and square. I’ll look over future performances and send a request before I write a preview.

    Thanks for your quick response, though! 🙂

    – Rod

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