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Hope in the Hands Of an Unlikely Duo
On NBC’s Sci-Fi Drama Believe

Sunday, April 6th, 2014
by on Playing Around

She’s a special child, the TV version of Carrie; her telekinetic powers allow her to control nature, toss around a New York city taxi, even

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Star Trek Into Darkness: A Lesson in Wartime Compassion

Friday, May 17th, 2013
by on Playing Around

As the next movie in a rebooted franchise, Star Trek Into Darkness encounters many of the successes and pitfalls of a sequel. The audience is

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Intrepid Space Shuttle Pavilion Opening

Jersey Jen: Space Shuttle Pavilion
Is a Wonder for Young and Old

Thursday, September 6th, 2012
by on Playing Around

“Wow, Mamma, that’s a biiiiig rocket ship!” My daughter Eva is standing on her tippy toes with her hands up and arms spread wipe. We

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Victoria-and-Sasha

Women Around Town: Victoria Pettibone and Sasha Eden—WET’s Founders Express Their Views on Women in Theater

Sunday, April 18th, 2010
by on Woman Around Town

In 2006, with the first Women’s Expressive Theater (WET) “Love Benefit,” both Victoria Pettibone and Sasha Eden (left to right, above) were, themselves, in love.

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Star Trek

Star Trek 101: Why There Are Two Dr. Spocks, Creepy Furry Things Hiding Out, Scenes in Iowa (Iowa!!?) Shaved, Tattooed Romulans, and First-Name Only Uhura

Monday, May 18th, 2009
by on Playing Around

“You need to look for the Tribbles,” my friend, Judy, told me as we settled into our seats at the IMAX Theater on Broadway to

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