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The historical legacy of German politics: Weimar and National Socialism

I couldn't think of a title so I used the title of today's German Politics and Society lecture, the notes from which I am currently typing up (at 3:23 in the morning. My body clock is completely screwed up now thanks to uni.)

What I wore to a foam party on Monday:

Trying and failing to make my posing more interesting..
It was hella fun, despite getting soaked and looking ridiculously rough by the end of it. My bank account can't really take too many more nights out at the moment though. I need a job..

Katherine E Hamnett for Grazia "Lives not Knives" campaign oversize t-shirt, AA leggings and headband, New Look shoes (20% off for students at the moment!).

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  1. I was half expecting an outfit themed around German politics....that would be a tough one to do!

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  2. "Oh, Those Beautiful Weimar Girls,"

    November 19 to December 21
    Clemente Soto Velez (CSV), 107 Suffolk Street, NYC (between Rivington and Delancey).
    Presented by The New Stage Theatre Company, Founder/Artistic Director Ildiko Lujza Nemeth. (http://www.newstagetheatre.org)



    The New Stage Theatre Company (www.newstagetheatre.org) will present the world premiere of "Oh, Those Beautiful Weimar Girls," an original play with music and dance about Anita Berber, from November 19 to December 21 at Clemente Soto Velez, 107 Suffolk Street. The piece is conceived and directed by Ildiko Nemeth and written by Mark Altman. It is based on the life and artistry of the actor/dancer/poet who epitomized for many the decadence of Weimar era Berlin. The play was inspired by "The Seven Addictions and Five Professions of Anita Berber" by Berber's principal biographer, Mel Gordon, which dubs her "Weimar Berlin's Priestess of Depravity." Choreography is by Julia Atlas Muz and Peter Schmitz.

    With original and classical music, dance and striking stage design, the production will recreate Anita Berber's life in a series of cabaret-styled performances, including much of her "repertoire of the damned." This play occurs 80 years after her tragic passing and aims, according to playwright Mark Altman, to "capture her indomitable spirit and inspire young and old alike to rage against the night." Lighting design is by Federico Restrepo. Costume design is by Javier Bone Carbone.




    TICKETS: $25 general admission $20 students, seniors. Group discounts available. TDF accepted.
    Box office: SMARTTIX (212) 868-4444 or www.smarttix.com. Online ticketing also available at: www.newstagetheatre.org.
    Clemente Soto Velez (CSV), 107 Suffolk Street, NYC (between Rivington and Delancey).
    Directions: J, M, F, Z to Delancey St. Two blocks E. of Essex St. (N. Side). M14A, M9 Bus to Livingston St.

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  3. should of added accessories

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