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The Provenance of the Provincetown Playhouse as a Failed NYU Revival

The Provincetown Playhouse holds an important niche in early American Theater History as the staging point cradle of the great Playwright Eugene O’Neill’s earliest, and most challenging, plays and the theatre was the hearthstone for premier plays written by Edna St. Vincent Millay, Edward Albee, John Guare, Sam Shepherd, Charles Busch, and David Mamet.

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Loving the Machine Aesthetic

Le Corbusier was one of the greatest architects of the Twentieth Century. 
He believed houses were machines and his early industrialization of building homes as metrics of functionality — instead of as just basic shelter — forever changed the way we consider both Art and science today.

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Cooper University Hospital as Art

It is a delight to see a new “hotel style” hospital — reaching 10 storeys at a cost of $220 million — that also poses as a work of Art on a blighted landscape.  Here’s the new Cooper University Hospital in Camden, New Jersey.  The building glows in the twilight.

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