"I now treat [the cutup
text] as a bank of potential images," writes Noon, "I go through the text, taking each group of words in turn as a self-contained unit.
Syers, a playwright, performer, founder of 53rd State Press, and member of the Joyce Cho collective, found the opera "incredibly daunting to approach," its subject matter "so private and so enormous." Working from O'Harra, Connelly, and Husiak's stories, she made "cutups
of sentences and phrases" and combined them with material from "a hodgepodge of sources-including a birding identification book, a collection of pragmatist essays, and a book on child raising." The final piece is comprised of "language that creates a field, rather than a narrative," that "takes images rather than stories as the basic structure."
She somehow failed to appreciate the humor inherent in the incident, but the rest of us thought it was the funniest thing we had ever seen, because back in high school we considered ourselves major cutups
. I can even remember the location of the booth where we sat, near the side door that overlooked the parking lot on Highland Street.
The New York Times' Bosley Crowther, then at the end of his career - an end hastened by "Bonnie and Clyde" - snorted that the film was "a cheap piece of bald-faced slapstick comedy that treats the hideous depredations of that sleazy, moronic pair as though they were as full of fun and frolic as the jazz-age cutups
in 'Thoroughly Modern Millie.'"
He reviewed cutups
from 2009 and even continued his film study during a week off in Texarkana following the spring semester.
The medical police were on the lookout for cutups
Both he and Phares were cutups
in their phony French repartee.
The caption for the picture in "Stone Age Cutups
: Deathly rituals emerge at Neandertal site" (SN: 4/16/05, p.
It will also give coaches the ability to receive automated feedback as to whether a player has viewed cutups
Evidently, she and Hamill were the incorrigible cutups
on the set.
Last year's festivities are described by Adbusters as having been "sheer mayhem." They included street parties, leafleting, swap meets, credit card cutups
, and street theater.
The writers of the original Broadway version of Animal Crackers--Kaufman, Ruby, Kalmar and Ryskind (only the last is credited with the Screen Play as such)--may have "intended" to write a frothy and money-spinning comedy to show off the talents of "those talented cutups
," as Alexander Woollcott called the Marx Brothers on the occasion of their first great theatrical success in 1924 ("Hilarious antics spread Good Cheer at The Casino").
revealed internal WF cracks 10171 Spline Core 5 in.
Clearly, the sports department has come a long way from being a haven for a newsroom's cutups
and Peter Pans.
Before that he spent 11 years as one of the cutups
in the Kids in the Hall, the incendiary comedy troupe that gained a devout cult following via its series that hopped around different networks from 1989 to 1995.