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First Nighter: Alice Birch's 'Revolt, She Said, Revolt Again' Introduces the Feminist Absurd
Writer, Drama Critic
Yoo-hoo, theater cognoscenti! Remember Theater of the Absurd, the new strain of writing that--to fall into reviewer's clichés--burst on the scene in the 1950s? That's when playwrights like Samuel Beckett and Eugene Ionesco began making names for themselves.
The Converging Worlds of Tech and Music
Chief Executive Officer, REVOLT
Now is the time to open the dialogue about how the intersection of tech and music mutually pushes the other industry forward, and the future of each will continue to see innovation and disruption.
Trouble For Revolt TV?
Revolt TV and Sean Combs: The Revolution Will Be Televised
Mobile and Web Design and Development Company Based in New Yor...
If anyone can pull off a complex concept like this, it's Sean Combs.
Diddy Puts His Money Where His Heart Is
DIddy Has An Announcement For You
Young Revolt in the Land of Pharaohs
Micah D. Halpern
Columnist; Social and political commentator
Yes, the unrest is about a failed leader and his failed economy, but the revolt is a young peoples' absolute rejection of a leadership that has done nothing to advance young peoples' futures or improve their lives.
WATCH: Was Occupy a Failure Or a Trigger for Change?
Managing Editor, Moyers & Company
Journalist Chris Hedges describes how Occupy Wall Street changed his mind about the futility of popular revolt.
Contestants Walk Off 'The Biggest Loser,' But Who Quit The Show?
Walk Like an Egyptian
Author, 'Final Audit'
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Egypt Response Video: I Love the Life of Freedom
As events were unfolding in Tunisia and Egypt this past week, I began receiving excited email messages from my friend Stephan Said, who had written a song he thought captured the moment.
Egypt Protests: Books On Uprisings And Revolts
Political writer and blogger at ChrisWeigant.com
America is a strong supporter of democracy worldwide. Except, of course, when we aren't. That piece of doublethink is the heart of the conundrum in which we now find ourselves in Egypt.
Egyptian People Tell Mubarak OUT
The Egyptian people have decided to communicate directly with the oppressive regime to demonstrate that they want the regime out.
Glimmer of hope in Central Asia
Nicholas van Praag
Communications Manager, World Development Report 2011, the Wor...
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