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Thursday, Aug. 28, 2008

A for effort

Theater: When one is confronted with the luminous beauty of Broadway starlet Emily Kinney, it’s inconceivable that she could have experienced even a sliver of the teen angst portrayed in the Tony award-winning Broadway musical “Spring Awakening.” Yet the 24-year-old Williamsburg resident told GO Brooklyn that there are several themes in the show which resonate with her. Comments (1).

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Metal chicks

Fashion: Although it might be the last place you would look — underneath the rumbling of the JMZ train — there’s a studio where two Williamsburg women are handcrafting utterly arresting jewelry. As you might expect, it’s not pretty. Comments (1).

Songs of summer

Music: When I heard that the exceedingly hip and energetic One World Symphony would be launching their new season with a program called “An Italian Summer,” my scholarly, erudite reaction was “Huh?” Comments (1).

Tall ‘Tales’

Music: All the world’s a stage, including the Red Hook Marine Terminal. As of Sept. 5, this cargo hub will be the setting for an opera! Comment.

More backstage news

Waiting in the Wings: This week’s roundup of Brooklyn’s theater happenings. Comment.

All about Coney

Coney Island: Filmmaker Joanna Lipper screens her remake of the classic Coney Island film “Little Fugitive” at the Coney Island Museum on Aug. 30. Comment.

Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2008

Bogosian in the shadows

Event: Actor and playwright Eric Bogosian will be appearing in Gowanus’s Issue Project Room. Comment.