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We all heard that buck stopped here. BUCK up.
Bad for the system
For your money.
Of course, shirking responsibility.
And then Pearl Buck.
A woman standing up
Writer, novelist, missionary, advocate, feminist activist
Racial Adoption and human nature.
The conflict in the screen world is divided into Southern Presbyterian Church in the United States and rural/university life in China.
Pearl Buck gave a new meaning to life and made life full of adventure.
The miracle of a little girl, the confusion of a teenager, the savvy of a mature woman, cheer you up and go forward bravely. Cast of Pearl --David H.
Koch Theater in Lincoln Center-
Jim Corsey's photo remembers reading good earth in junior high school;
I can even recall the smell of the pages, the touch of that compact paperback, it was so comfortable in my hands that I slipped into my horrible organic chemistry class, then was arrested in DNA class for reading.
I'm in Wang Long, O-
I want to buy a ticket to Zhejiang, work in the rice fields and pull a rickshaw.
I long for the chance to look into my eyes --ancestors.
After all, in the oval frame photo of my Russian great man --
Grandpa is a face that looks like a Chinese.
He is a Jew from Mongolia. -
Throw a stone from China.
How different can we be?
After all, Jewish people eat triangle and Chinese--
Both kinds of beef are wrapped in dumpling dough.
My introduction to Chinese workers (
Just like my grandfather works in a sweatshop)
Through the Eyes of the Lady
Buck, the fourth American woman to win the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Today, 40 years later, I am
Connection point (like re-
This terrible woman through Pearl, dance, drama, film, music, multiple amazing collaborative wonders
Media and history of Lincoln Center Memorial PearlKoch Theater.
Pearl is Angela Shawley Tang and composer of legendary River Entertainment June Miyagi, producer Steven Ship, set designer Michael Coton, dancer Maggie Willis, directed by 30 Chinese and American dancers A dance troupe.
Cast of Pearl --David H.
Cox Theatre in Lincoln Center-
Photos of Jim coxcross and Silk Road Director/Choreographerof-
The whole content of box thinker Daniel ezlaro is about the crossover, cross-
Culture and cross-culturewinds of time.
After Berkeley's original movement route (
"This gives me confidence. . .
To feel the body. . .
Occupy space from the heart ")
, Options for biology/pre-
During his career in medical school, he jumped across the curriculum and into the world of dance.
One of Martha Graham's classes was a turning point.
PBS, Pilobolus, Paul Taylor, Lar Lubovitch, ISO Dance, MOMIX, "graduates" of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, Cirque du Soleil ")
Ezralow seems to be an ambassador for cooperation.
When approaching the Pearl for the first time, a work commemorating Ms. Pearl
Daniel "has no interest in doing a political (theater)". The AHA moment?
An ancient poemPearls of (Poetic)
Zhang RUU's 8 th century Tang Dynasty poem "Spring River flower and Moon Night ---春江花月夜 --
The work revolves around the five stages of Pearl's life, like a huge river winding around the stage. Number 5 --
Not just for Chanel.
The essence of the Pearl evokes the sacred fifth number: the balanced number of human beings.
There are five dancers, five stages, five senses, five vowels, five Olympic rings and five senses.
Pearls like to touch, taste, feel the earth, listen to the world, talk to people, live on the land.
Chinese elements are considered the foundation of the world: wood, water, fire, earth, gold.
There are mainly five grains;
Five sacred mountains in Chinese history
Five Emperors and five flavors.
When I was randomly sitting in an orchestra seat at the Koch Theater talking to dance director Daniel ezlalo, it happened to be sitting in seat #5.
The harmony of nature and the similarity of all cultures resonate with ezlaro: "The essence of the Chinese ---
Feng Shui, rivers, Moonlight: We can also talk about Native Americans.
American cowboy, ranchers, Chinese nomadic
Fantastic views and lights of Mirada and Christopher Akerlind)
I see the global struggle of humanity: the loose lines of dancers disappear in the visual effect of the cowboy fence in Idaho, the net wire of the NEAS ranchers;
Farmers in the central and western regions are surrounded by woven wires;
The Texas Border immigration fence, then to the current controversial China "fence" program: the placement of nomadic shepherds.
Stage space of the whole Koch Theater (
70 "wide x 80" deep)
Full of design.
People imagine the plains of central and western China, as well as the vast grasslands and pastures.
Reverence and LazarusA. staire to Z.
EnPearl is a mixture of Bertolucci and Busby Berkeley;
Fellini and chieneta
Twila sape and pilobolen;
Barranchin and Hollywood.
I felt the burst of color, light, sound and space.
I thought Fred and Ginger would come out at any time.
It's like setting foot on a MGM movie inspired by the poetic harmony of the Moon, flowers and rivers.
On June, the score of Miyagi was changed by unforgettable and uplifting things.
Another master of cooperation (
Oliver Stone, David Bourne)
He contrasts this delicacy with the splash.
He is a big soundtrack mixed with simple folk music.
The voice of Bulgaria, Morricone and Mancini;
Elmer Bernstein and Leonard Bernstein
This is a shocking Bond thriller "Tai chi music".
Copeland and friends Ma.
Tumbling, splitting, gymnastics, Qi Gong, sweet strings (
Kentucky violin or Chinese lute? )
The melody of violin and cello meets the melody of erhu and guzheng;
This is the combination of the Western Reze's dazzling spirit and the calm imagination of the East.
The power of the word "pearl" reflects conflict;
Two brothers are dead. her daughter is a patient.
Benzene ketone urine)
She survived the 1927 "Nanjing" incident and was denied
Nixon visited China in 1972.
In the words of producer Steven Ship: ". . .
In this Kardashian era, Pearl was an important and outspoken woman.
Maggie Gillis, a liquid dancer (
Dancer/conflict resolution mediator)
Is the power of nature;
She is a firm, smooth, firm Pearl.
Pearl Buck, who has been wondering and questioning, her solution is to look at the problem from the depths of her heart and say it out and become a writer.
The Pearl on the stage is the transformation of a lively, curious girl into a confident writer.
The typewriter letters float in the vertical vortex;
You can't hear the resonance of the background of rose pink petals.
Or is DeepHow, a waterjet, turning a writer's journey into a stage dance/drama?
Bridging East and West, light and darkness, violence and tranquility, Chinese rice and American wheat, turbulent waters of all time
The innovative Ezralow created a dramatic protagonist: the river. Onstage (
Winding through the stage)
Is a 4,200 'long, 6' wide
A gallon of water winds on the stage, and pearls winds in life.
This is the great charm of the Yangtze River;
Mississippi, the Pacific Ocean, the Red Sea, the waters of women, the newborn children, the veins of human beings, have a solid mind of liquid thoughts.
In the words of Ezralow, "without a valley, you cannot have a river.
This river is knowledge.
The valley is Pearl. " P. Q. R. S. --
Thinking, questioning, reflection, speech-
Pearl has curiosity.
Alice in Wonderland is a modern pearl.
Rivers are the land of life, water, feminism, and knowledge. A. E. I. O. U.
In a world where consonants are garbled
We need some breathing space.
I like to think that Pearl is a truly vowel girl.
Vowels penetrate rhythm, revelation, and breathing into the chaotic waters of a running world.
They are a rare slow board in the global presto.
Pearl: activists. Exuberant. Inspiring. Outspoken. Undaunted.
Sasha Rivero in the Pearl-
Jim Cox's photo on the Magic Pearl is about human nature: its firmness (
Rock, Stone, human potential)vs. its liquidity (the River).
It wandered in the struggle and light;
Fear and courage
Fences and freedom;
Faith and vulnerability;
Moon and human.
We have connections from Russian Jews to Navajo Indians to Mongolian nomads.
I'm sitting in David H.
Koch Theatre, former New York State Theater at Lincoln Center, my mother took me to the New York ballet for the first time.
My mother taught me to speak loudly, to be curious, to stand up for workers, to look at myself, to believe in myself.
The years have gone away, and I have become a little girl again.
Curiosity, desire, encouragement.
In a way, it's like pearls: girls, teenagers, women, and writers. A. B. C.
The way of life: we are all one, Arion, Buddha, Confucius, and finally.
Only faith and hope.
I believe in human beings, but there is no emotion in my faith.
I know that in an environment of uncertainty, fear and hunger, human beings become small and shaped without realizing this, just like the plants that struggle under the stone don't know their condition.
Only when the stone is moved can it jump freely into the light.
But this power is inherent, and only death can end it.
Apart from my belief in human beings, I feel that there is no need for any other belief. Cast of Pearl --The David H. Koch Theater --
Jim Cokes's photo "old Confucius", I am immersed in the wonders of the Earth and life on the Earth, I can't think of heaven and Angels.
I have had enough in my life.
If there is no other life, then this life is enough to make it a person worthy of birth.
With such a deep belief in the human mind and the power to move towards the light, I have found reasons here and brought enough reasons for the hope and confidence of the future of mankind. Pearl Buck --
Roll the stone (
David H heard in the second act of PearlKoch Theatre)