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Full Circle’s “Moving Passages,” Tim Krieder’s “We Learn Nothing,” and John Roemer of “Directing Dissent”
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September 21 & 22, 2012, on The Signal:
Can choreography be considered a language? Full Circle Dance Company will explore that question during an upcoming performance, and we drop in at a rehearsal to check out its aptly titled, “Moving Passages”
Tim Kreider talks about his latest book, “We Learn Nothing,” a collection of essays and cartoons about love, death, and the people and events that have shaped his life.
Plus: A conversation with John Roemer, the subject of a new documentary film called “Directing Dissent.” Mr. Roemer demonstrated during the Civil Rights struggle and he destroyed his draft card during Vietnam, but he says his most important activism was his work as a high school history teacher.