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April 4, 2011

Collected Stories

This week's links to NAJP members' work:

Hilton Als on Judy Linn's photos of Patti Smith (The New Yorker)
Misha Berson on women calling the shots in Seattle theater (The Seattle Times)
Robert Christgau on Sonny Rollins, Those Darlins et al (Expert Witness)
Laura Collins-Hughes on a Peter Brook production's memory trouble (The Boston Globe)
Laura Collins-Hughes on Stephen Karam and "Sons of the Prophet" (The Boston Globe)
Steve Dollar on the Unsound Festival New York (The Wall Street Journal)
Michael Feingold reviews "How to Succeed in Business" (The Village Voice)
Michael Feingold reviews "The Book of Mormon" (The Village Voice)
Matthew Gurewitsch on "Wittenberg" playwright David Davalos (Capital New York)
Christopher Hawthorne on a Pritzker for Eduardo Souto de Moura (Los Angeles Times)
Christopher Hawthorne on Diller, Scofidio + Renfro at Brown (Los Angeles Times)
John Horn on predictions of this summer's film hits and misses (Los Angeles Times)
Ann Hornaday reviews "Source Code" (The Washington Post)
Ann Hornaday reviews "The Woodmans" (The Washington Post)
Julia M. Klein on "The Borgias" (Obit Magazine)
Julia M. Klein interviews Margaret Morganroth Gullette about "Agewise" (AARP.org)
Glenn Lovell on Terrence Malick's upcoming "The Tree of Life" (CinemaDope.com) 
Glenn Lovell reviews "Lincoln Lawyer" (CinemaDope.com)
Anne Midgette on Ricky Ian Gordon's Civil War song cycle (The Washington Post)
Laurie Muchnick reviews Andrew Ferguson's "Crazy U" (Bloomberg News)
Claude Peck on John Ashbery's new Rimbaud translation (Rain Taxi)
Marcia Siegel reviews Boston Ballet's "Elo Experience" et al (The Boston Phoenix)
Jerome Weeks on Dallas arts and Dallas audiences (Art & Seek)

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