Casey Odesser
Guest Columnist
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The Poetics and Politics of Memory: A Review of “Filling Basins”

“Filling Basins” reclaims the domestic space as a site of elastic revolutionary potential where the socioeconomically disenfranchised washer-women of Georgia ask: Who gets to demand […]

Andrew Schmidt
ODESSER: Before censoring art

Art inherently has incredible redemptive and didactic power. Live theater suspends reality for a brief period, allowing audience members to entertain multiple controlled versions. “Outside […]

BECKMAN, ODESSER: Red-blooded American sexism

The back and forth of American politics drooped low and nasty. And then “grab them by the p***y” came along and marked the newest depravity from a candidate for the nation’s highest office.