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Wrestling the Walrus review – boldness and invention

The initial set-up appears simple. A wooden bench sits underneath a pergola on a grassy mound, the whole backed by a screen suggesting a blue sky. To the right of this stage are placed, in full view …
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Review: A Wu-Tang Clan Documentary Captures the Group’s Wild Self-Invention

There was no precedent for the Wu-Tang Clan insurgency in the early and mid-1990s, and, if we’re being honest, there’s been nothing quite like it since. Its success was a challenge to hip-hop’s …
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Review: At City Ballet, More Youthful Invention From Justin Peck

Like many works by Justin Peck, his new “Principia” is immediately arresting. Two dozen dancers clump in a crouch, and somebody in the middle spurts up. Then someone else does, followed by another and …
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The Wind in the Willows review – tales of the riverbank told with spirit and invention

An immersive show for the under-fives strikes gold and acts as a primer for Peter Leslie Wild’s inventive and boisterous main stage production Staged by Katherine Hughes in a repurposed workshop, Jill …
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Why Outsourcing Your Invention’s Review Increases Efficiency

Determining whether your invention will be successful or not is an integral part of being an entrepreneur. Here are three reasons inventors are outsourcing the review process to increase efficiency. W…
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English Symphony Orchestra/Woods review – David Matthews’ ninth brims with exuberant invention

A carol, written for the winter solstice in 2015, and anticipating the spring to come, was the starting point for David Matthews’s new symphony. It’s his ninth, but, as if determined to avoid the grandiloquence that composers have so often felt obliged …
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