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October 14, 1992 | NANCY CHURNIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Thomas W. Jones II, the son of a physician, is a theater director who sees his medium as a source of psychic and emotional healing. "Art is where ideas can bounce out, where you can ask the powerful questions. If you ask a question powerfully enough, you can inspire someone to go out and answer it," Jones said in an interview last week at the Lyceum Theatre, where he is directing "Spunk" as the season opener for the San Diego Repertory Theatre.
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October 14, 1992 | NANCY CHURNIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Thomas W. Jones II, the son of a physician, is a theater director who sees his medium as a source of psychic and emotional healing. "Art is where ideas can bounce out, where you can ask the powerful questions. If you ask a question powerfully enough, you can inspire someone to go out and answer it," Jones said in an interview last week at the Lyceum Theatre, where he is directing "Spunk" as the season opener for the San Diego Repertory Theatre.
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October 23, 1991
I took particular interest in the article about Agoura High School because I attended Agoura High for four years and watched the once laid-back school turn into a place for hyperactive administrators. The dress code is their latest "ban." Frankly, it is ridiculous. Eighteen months ago, Agoura decided to put other "bans" on items that everyday high-schoolers carry.
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October 23, 1991
I took particular interest in the article about Agoura High School because I attended Agoura High for four years and watched the once laid-back school turn into a place for hyperactive administrators. The dress code is their latest "ban." Frankly, it is ridiculous. Eighteen months ago, Agoura decided to put other "bans" on items that everyday high-schoolers carry.
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April 7, 1992 | NANCY CHURNIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
San Diego Repertory Theatre has scheduled a portion of its six-play 1992-1993 season to include a new bilingual jazz opera, inspired by Calderon de la Barca's "Life's a Dream" and the San Diego premiere of George C. Wolfe's "Spunk." Also featured will be Stephen Sondheim's "Sweeney Todd," S. Ansky's "The Dybbuk" and the company's annual production of "A Christmas Carol," which is not part of the season package.
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