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  • The presidential trainer, who is as svelte and self-possessed as you would expect, described what she calls her Tectonic method while sitting in the flat near the Eiffel Tower.

    This French Life

  • According to Tectonic, which is based in South Africa, the government there is "more committed to ODF than ever."

    Boycott Novell - Recent changes [en]

  • Tectonic plates move round and about, as we all know, right?, and therefore what used to be aligned may in the course of some years no longer be that.

    Crustal Movement and Religion

  • "Moisés has been obsessed with the story, and Tennessee was obsessed with the story," said the New Group artistic director Scott Elliott, who is co-producing "One Arm" with the Tectonic Theater Project.

    A Director Finds His Way to Tennessee

  • Since arriving in the U.S. to study at NYU's Experimental Theatre Wing in 1987, the 47-year-old Venezuelan-born artist has created a string of unlikely, high-minded hits, like "The Laramie Project" and the Tony-winning "I Am My Own Wife," often through his Tectonic Theater Project.

    A Director Finds His Way to Tennessee

  • Fully operational since 2004, both Pinch's club night (Subloaded) and record label (Tectonic) have been crucial in establishing Bristol as dubstep's second city and forging musical links between the UK sound and Berlin's dub techno scene.

    Clubs picks of the week

  • Now the Gotham Chamber Opera, which performed Haydn's Il mondo della luna in January to great acclaim, is taking a crack at the wily feline -- staging the opera El gato con botas by Spanish composer Xavier Montsalvatge with Tectonic Theater Project.

    Fern Siegel: Stage Door: Orlando, El Gato Con Botas, Meow Meow

  • The exhibition and catalog, Clay's Tectonic Shift, focus on--Mason, Price and Voulkos-- three artists who, in the late 1950s and 1960s, emerged as sculptors, creating new works in clay that claimed equal footing with art in other media.

    Bill Bush: A Revolution in Clay: This Artweek.LA (January 16, 2012)

  • Clay's Tectonic Shift: John Mason, Ken Price, and Peter Voulkos, 1956-1968 | This exhibition focuses on three of the most innovative and dynamic artists of the era, whose work forever changed the way ceramics would be regarded.

    Bill Bush: A Revolution in Clay: This Artweek.LA (January 16, 2012)

  • The original show, which premiered onstage in 2001 and was made into an HBO movie in 2002, is based on interviews director Moises Kaufman and Tectonic company members conducted in Laramie, Wyo., after the brutal 1998 murder of Matthew Shepard, whose openly gay style prompted two men to beat him and leave him essentially crucified for 18 hours on a fence in a remote prairie.

    Alicia Anstead: The Laramie Project: When Art and Life Intersect


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