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What is the role of Art in the face of Terror and War?

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#16 Diana L

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Posted 15 September 2001 - 05:14 AM

I think "the show must go on".
I watched "To Be or Not to Be" last night with Carole Lombard. It was one of the funniest movies dealing with a theater company during WWII.
In relation to what's happening now.
I don't know if art has a role except to continue on as usual. I know for myself, when things happen in my life, I find comfort in the seat at a ballet.
If the unfortunate thing of war comes about, it will have a financial impact on everything, including the arts. I for one though, am now really looking forward to ABT's "La Fille"!

#17 Fonteyn Adorer

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Posted 26 September 2001 - 11:16 AM

The role of art in the wake of September 11 is unchanged from what it was before September 11!

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