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Depth Perception

Lake Kelsey at Yale Cabaret

Fictional neighborhood Lake Kelsey is, in at least one important respect, a lot like a real lake: to the confident and carefree, it’s a reservoir of fun and leisure, but to the damaged or anxious, it’s a well of fear …

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Sizzler

Randy Danson and Martin Moran

Samuel D. Hunter’s big little stage drama Lewiston, now getting its world premiere at Long Wharf Theatre, plumbs tiny human recesses against the grand, open scale of Idaho. …

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Geometry Notes

Ian Quinn, Yale-New Haven Regular Singing

Square, square, triangle, diamond, square, circle, circle, diamond.

Translation: La, La, Fa, Mi, La, So, So, Mi. …

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Big Pictures

Robert Lisak by Dan Mims

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Photographer Robert Lisak is hard to photograph…

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Stringing Along

Rohn Lawrence

When Rohn (“Ron”) Lawrence isn’t playing in Lilly’s Pad at Toad’s Place, he’s hopping on planes to Texas, California, Florida and virtually anywhere his guitar is demanded. Shredding for over 50 years—closer to 60 if you count …

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Sonic Waves

Adam Christoferson

This past holiday season, nearly 70 homeless people gathered at Inspired Venue—now a wedding shop called Inspired Bridal—to sing about their troubles. The show, called “Inspired People,” was organized through …

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Spit It Out

Baub Bidon

Baub Bidon believes there’s a gap between “the young and the wise generations.” The latter, he says, looks at the former and thinks, “‘These kids are bad these days,’” while the former looks at the latter and thinks, “‘Old people …

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Co-Workers

While Tracie Cheng’s paintings lack human subjects, the sculptures of her husband, Eóin Burke, provide them. And while Burke’s sculptures often lack color or motion, Cheng’s paintings surround them …

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For the Record

“I don’t know why we didn’t give up,” Frank Sacramone said last night with a laugh, the dark mop atop his head still damp with sweat. His Bethany-based progressive metal band, Earthside, had just finished a …

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Beating Hearts

Even in the din caused by 40-odd hands and sticks, there are distinct patterns that emerge in a drum circle. Consciously or not, pockets of three or four drummers might start syncing with one another, locking eyes and grooves. Other …

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