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August 2016

Problem Solvers…ish #13: Hamilton Tickets…or lack thereof.

“Hamilton” is the hottest musical in the country right now, and it has been that way for months. Proving that they are not only first class problem solvers, but also first-world problem solvers, Lex and Seth tackle the very serious and tragic issue of not being able to get Hamilton tickets.

Daveed Diggs, Okieriete Onaodowan, Anthony Ramos, and Lin-Manuel Miranda of "Hamilton," 2014–2015 Season, Public Theater (photo by Joan Marcus).
Daveed Diggs, Okieriete Onaodowan, Anthony Ramos, and Lin-Manuel Miranda of “Hamilton,” 2014–2015 Season, Public Theater (photo by Joan Marcus).

The official word on “Hamilton” tickets from the Richard Rodgers Theater:

“Currently, tickets to Hamilton on Broadway are extremely limited. Please enter your email below for updates, and be the first to know when new tickets are available.” Keep Reading

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INDIEcent Exposure #24: The Matchstick Architects—”All That’s In Between”

We caught up with the Matchstick Architects as they waited for the first shipment of CDs of their latest effort, “All That’s In Between,” to arrive. I don’t know about you, but I LOVE that “new LP smell.” We spoke with Dar Maloney and Tom Conklin (Diane Davis was unavailable) about the what the guts of the music are made of. Answer: raw stories. In addition to busting out the discs at their CD release party this Saturday, they’ll be helping First Fridays Artswalk break new ground as they inaugurate the addition of live music to the collection of arts offerings in Pittsfield, Mass.

The Matchstick Architects are (from left), Diane Davis, Tom Conklin, and Dar Maloney (submitted photo).
The Matchstick Architects are (from left), Diane DDD, Tom Conklin, and Dar Maloney (submitted photo).

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WDIJW? “Omelette”

You’ll probably never know how many times your best friend has saved your ass.

Omelette from Madeline Sharafian on Vimeo.

“Finally my 2nd Calarts film is completed! It feels really great to make a more personal film this year, now that I know the ropes of filmmaking a bit better. I wanted to make something that focuses on how meaningful it is to make food for someone you love. My family’s lives practically revolve around cooking for each other, so it’s a theme that I’m deeply attached to. I hope you enjoy it!”

—Madeline Sharafian

 

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