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December 5, 2011

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This week's links to NAJP members' work:

Alicia Anstead on "The Brother/Sister Plays" (WGBH)
Martin Bernheimer reviews "Faust" at the Metropolitan Opera (Financial Times)
Martin Bernheimer on "The Enchanted Island" at the Met (Promenade Magazine)
Robert Christgau on Nile Rodgers' "Le Freak" (The New York Times)
Michael Feingold reviews Pearl Theatre's "Richard II" (The Village Voice)
Michael Feingold on the Metropolitan Playhouse's "Jazz Singer" (The Village Voice)
Jason Gross' Electronic Music Survival Guide (Perfect Sound Forever)
Christopher Hawthorne on SFMOMA demolishing its Botta stairs (Los Angeles Times)
John Horn on George Clooney and his Satellite Sentinel Project (LA Times Magazine)
John Horn on selling "Shame" with an NC-17 rating (Los Angeles Times)
Ann Hornaday reviews Steve McQueen's "Shame" (The Washington Post)
Michael Kimmelman on Alexander Garvin and public spaces (The New York Times)
Julia M. Klein on Biltmore (The Wall Street Journal)
Julia M. Klein on two memoirs of madness (Columbia Magazine)
Adam Langer reviews Peter Nadas' "Parallel Stories" (The New York Times)
Julie Lasky interviews the authors of "Unassisted Living" (The New York Times)
Renee Montagne interviews Harvey Weinstein (NPR)
Ann Powers on the Grammy nominations' Kanye snub (NPR)
John Rockwell on Kenneth Gross' "Puppet" (The New York Times)
Mark Rozzo profiles writer Nik Cohn (The New York Times Magazine)
Kenneth Turan reviews Steve McQueen's "Shame" (Los Angeles Times)
Linda Winer on "Elective Affinities" and site-specific theater (Newsday)
Linda Winer reviews Stephen Sondheim's "Look, I Made a Hat" (Newsday)
Douglas Wolk on McPhee and Orenstein's "Infinite Jest" (The New York Times)

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