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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ====Medium: [[:Category:Theater|Theater]]====
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]], [[:Category:Europe|Europe]]==== ====Medium: [[:Category:Theater|Theater]] ====
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ...s arguments against war...In Pittsburgh the proprietor of a motion picture theater was arrested in the Spring of 1917 and had for court action under $5,000 ba
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== '''Confronting Bodies:''' United Artists Theater, Regal Entertainment Group
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ...Medium: [[:Category:Performance Art|Performance Art]], [[:Category:Theater|Theater]]====
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== '''Confronting Bodies:''' Gary Goldman, owner of the Esquire Theater in Cincinnati.
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  • ...y in 1977, police raided the theater, seized the print, and threatened the theater's owners. In order to avoid the film being condemned by the Obscene Publica ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]====
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:Europe|Europe]], [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ====Medium: [[:Category:Theater|Theater]], [[:Category:Performance Art|Performance Art]], [[:Category:Literature|Li
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:Europe|Europe]], [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ====Medium: [[:Category:Theater|Theater]], [[:Category:Performance Art|Performance Art]], [[:Category:Literature|Li
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:Europe|Europe]], [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== In 1928 Grosz was asked by a well-known theater director to design the set for his play ''The Good Soldier Svejk''. The an
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== '''Confronting Bodies:''' Willets Community Theater board members.
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ====Medium: [[:Category:Theater|Theater]] [[:Category:Performing Art|Performing Art]]====
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ====Medium: [[:Category:Performance Art|Performance Art]] [[:Category:Theater|Theater]]====
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ====Medium: [[:Category:Literature|Literature]],[[:Category:Theater|Theater]] ====
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ====Medium: [[:Category:Theater|Theater]]====
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ====Medium: [[:Category:Theater|Theater]]====
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ====Medium: [[:Category:Theater|Theater]]====
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ...s. A French Christian fundamentalist group through Molotov cocktails at a theater in Paris to protest the film. It was banned in several countries, such as
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ...troversial and ambiguous art when they just intend to spend a night at the theater.
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ...e that City Walk's environment is kept safe with a family atmosphere," the theater chain said in a prepared statement.
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ====Medium: [[:Category:Theater|Theater]]====
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ====Medium: [[:Category:Theater|Theater]]====
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ====Medium: [[:Category:Theater|Theater]] , [[:Category:Performance Art|Performance Art]]====
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  • ====Medium: [[:Category:Theater|Theater]] , [[:Category:Dance|Dance]] , [[:Category:Music|Music]]==== ...ral performances, such as a September 1986 event advocating unification of North and South Korea, government officials broke up the presentation and arreste
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ====Medium: [[:Category:Theater|Theater]]====
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ...ens on May 15, 1992 and was shut down by police. Athens police charged the theater's owner with violating the county's alcoholic beverage code, which forbids
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ...ector, a peace officer, or a person authorized by the Director may enter a theater or the premises of a motion picture distributor, an adult film distributor,
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== '''The Incident:''' The American Company was the first permanent theater company in America. Its director, David Douglass, cancelled the production
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:Europe|Europe]] [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ...ched the film and declared that it was obscene. Fearing legal action, the theater's director terminated the film's engagement after seven weeks. The film wa
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ...e outskirts of Laramie. After Mr. Shepard's death, members of the Tectonic Theater Project, a group based in New York, traveled to Laramie and interviewed mor
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ====Medium: [[:Category:Theater|Theater]]====
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  • ...ense to perform the play. Another of his plays, ''Narrow Road to the Deep North'', suffered severe editing before it could run. <P> ...d invigorate the English Stage Company, a theater group of the Royal Court Theater in London. <P>
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ...onfronting Bodies:''' Jeffery Rosenstock, Producing Director of the Queens Theater in the Park
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ...e State of Ohio used obscenity law to ban the film. Justice Brennen points out that the film must be utterly without social importance, and Justice Potter
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ...l Meads exhibited 40 ink and oil pastel drawings. Meads layered images of theater and orchestra performances, architecture, and portraits of himself surround
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== ...d in a public park between the Sacrament Convention Center and a community theater, was a gift to the city from the government in Greece in 1972. <P>
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  • |region=North America ...he largest such survey of contemporary Chinese art ever to be organized in North America, with a concentration on the conceptualist art practices of two gen
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  • ====Region: [[:Category:North America|North America]]==== '''Confronting Bodies:''' James C. Nicola, artistic director of the New York Theater Workshop in the East Village
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  • |region=North America |artist=Speak Theater Arts,
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  • *Kuh, Richard H., "Foolish Fig Leaves, Pornography in and out of court", pp.368, Macmillan, New York, 1967. ...against which Tudor-Stuart censorship aimed its biggest guns, which turned out not to be principled dissent but libels, conspiracy fantasies, and hate spe
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  • |region=North America ...1953, the film was seized by police in Jersey City and the manager of the theater that had placed the picture on exhibition was arrested on charges of violat
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  • |region=North America |confronting_bodies=Laurene Austin, Herberger Theater Company
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  • |region=North America |artist=John Cariani, theater students
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  • |region=North America |artist=Monty Python, theater students
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  • |region=North America ...e than three months. The piece premiered at a performance at United Palace Theater on February 22. It was only after that performance that NYYS became aware o
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