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Curious about the play's genesis and reception, I recently interviewed Louise Hirschfeld, Kerz's wife.
Over the course of many incidents, Kerz makes it painfully clear how difficult it is for Aaron to focus.
Bragard, "avec un dejeuner concocte conjointement par le chef de l'Elysee, Bernard Vaussion (40 ans de services elyseens et six presidents), et Ulrich Kerz: du turbot certainement cote francais et quelque chose de tres allemand mais peut-etre pas du jarret de porc et de la choucroute car Angela Merkel adore les legumes".
Mawbey and Miss Kerz wheeled round on him and laughed and sneered, and Miss Kerz said, "Pooh, you black rubbish, you ought to be shot for marrying a white woman." That was the turning point; when those words were spoken to him the sudden passion rose....
Of these perhaps best known is the marriage of Ethel Page to Jimmy Governor in New South Wales in 1898 and the violence that unfolded following Governor's killing of Ellen Kerz, Sarah Mawbey and her daughter Grace, in retaliation for their verbal taunting of his wife (and their servant) for her having married 'a blackfellow.' (3) In this article I examine an event in colonial Victoria in 1861 involving a 'white girl' and her Aboriginal lover, and suggest a range of meanings that the archival sources both reveal and conceal.
"[M]entoring offers significant advantages over traditional training," says Lisa Kerz, a principal solutions developer with Pinnacle Decision Systems, a computer consulting and software development firm in Connecticut.
Each definition emphasizes a different aspect (Kerz et al., 1995).
"Forget Disneyland being the happiest place on earth," drive-in movie theater owner Mike Kerz told film critic Dann Gire last spring.
Kerz's story is told from the point of view of Aaron, a boy who does not fit in with his class and has a difficult time reading social cues.
In the introduction, friend and former New York Times critic Frank Rich writes that "Hirschfeld is nothing if not the bard of the evanescent." Rich also names the artist's wife, Louise Kerz, as the inventor of the pithy phrase "the logo of the American theatre" that describes her husband's work.
Members new to the committee are publisher Price Berkley, administrator Robert Callely, general manager Robert Kamlot, historian Louise Kerz, producer Theodore Mann, photographer Aubrey Reuben, producer Arthur Rubin and casting director Meg Simon.