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A for effort

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)

Metal chicks

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 (2)

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

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

Bogosian in the shadows

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

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