Jesurun

Jesurun

(jĕsyo͞o`rən), variant of JeshurunJeshurun
, in the Bible, affectionate name for Israel. It is also spelled Jesurun.
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Correspondence, John Jesurun, Takeshi Kawamura (also dirs).
Only two short pieces in this issue relate to my old performance beat--Ann on Club 57 and John Hagan on John Jesurun's fabled "living film serial," "Chang in a Void Moon." Both were gone before I started writing, but I do remember looking at Club 57 calendars that listed some new event for every day--from Putt-Putt Reggae Night to Model World of Glue Night to Elvis Memorial Night.
At one end of the spectrum, vigorously affirming the death of man, lies John Jesurun's 2004 production Faust/How I Rose.
A Soho Rep presentation of a play in one act written, directed by John Jesurun. Set, Jesurun; costumes, Ruth Pongstaphone; lighting, Jeff Nash; production stage manager, Andrea Jess Berkey.
The leader of Curacao's Jewish community, Haham Jesurun, noted that the "Germans [Ashkenazic Jews] are more in Number than Wee there." The donation, Jesurun continued, was on the condition that Shearith Israel not "Let them have any More Votes nor Authority then they have had hitherto." In case New York's Jews didn't fully understand his seriousness, he asked for you ...
Two studies (Herrera & Corless, 1981; Levin, Jesurun, Darden, & Stevens, 1986) used catheters as small as 27 gauge and found no significant hemolysis.
Jesurun. Tambien el "performance art," el fluxus y el accionismo de los anos sesenta se dejan considerar como respuesta a las nuevas tecnologias, puesto que "la conversion del artista en espectaculo y de su propio cuerpo en imagen surgio precisamente como una reaccion contra la cultura del espectaculo o, quiza mas propiamente, como un medio de encontrar la ubicacion mas correcta en ella" (181).