Sarah Jones

Sarah Jones appears in the following:

Keeping Up With the Sarah Joneses

Friday, August 16, 2013

The Tony Award-winning writer and performer transforms from a self-deprecating Brit to a Jewish grandmother, to a young male rapper.

Slideshow: Sarah Jones in character

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Ask a Harvard Psychologist

Friday, August 16, 2013

Howard Gardner, who developed the theory of multiple intelligences, joins Kurt and Sarah Jones on stage for a session of free advice.

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Nereida Comes to America

Friday, August 16, 2013

Sarah Jones channels a young Dominican immigrant and her family’s first miracle in America.

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Sarah Jones’ Post-9/11 World

Friday, September 09, 2011

Early in 2001, the writer and performer Sarah Jones started working on a one-woman Broadway show called Bridge and Tunnel.  The play, which won a Tony Award, featured Jones playing a diverse cast of characters living in New York – including a middle-aged Pakistani man named Mohammed ...

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Ask a Harvard Psychologist

Friday, January 02, 2009

Howard Gardner, who developed the theory of multiple intelligences, joins Kurt and Sarah on stage for a session of free advice. He analyzes audience members’ big life-changing moments, and gets Sarah to fess up about how her impersonation skills came in handy when playing hooky from ...

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Nereida Comes to America

Friday, January 02, 2009

Sarah Jones channels a young Dominican immigrant living in the Washington Heights neighborhood of Manhattan. "Nereida" tells her story about her family’s first miracle in America.

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Keeping Up with the Sarah Joneses

Friday, January 02, 2009

The Tony Award-winning writer and performer (“Bridge & Tunnel”), briefs Kurt on her experiences at the Aspen Ideas Festival, a gathering of big thinkers to tackle big problems. Jones transforms from a self-deprecating Brit to a Jewish grandmother, to a young male rapper. 

Sarah Jones performs ...

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Ask a Harvard Psychologist

Friday, July 18, 2008

Howard Gardner, who developed the theory of multiple intelligences, joins Kurt and Sarah Jones on stage for a session of free advice. He analyzes audience members’ big life-changing moments, and gets Sarah to fess up about how her impersonation skills came in ...

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Nereida Comes to America

Friday, July 18, 2008

Sarah Jones channels a young Dominican immigrant living in the Washington Heights neighborhood of Manhattan. "Nereida" tells her story about her family’s first miracle in America.

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Keeping Up With the Sarah Joneses

Friday, July 18, 2008

The Tony Award-winning writer and performer (“Bridge & Tunnel”), briefs Kurt on her experiences at the Aspen Ideas Festival, a gathering of big thinkers to tackle big problems. Sarah Jones transforms from a self-deprecating Brit to a Jewish grandmother, to a young male rapper.

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Sarah Jones

Saturday, February 04, 2006

In the new Broadway show Bridge & Tunnel, writer-performer Sarah Jones celebrates (and impersonates) the incredible diversity of New York City’s outer boroughs. Kurt asked Jones how she embodies the hopes and dreams of a Pakistani accountant, a Jewish grandmother and many other characters.

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Special Guest: Sarah Jones

Saturday, January 11, 2003

Kurt Andersen and poet and playwright Sarah Jones talk about how artists identify with their subjects.

Sarah Jones is a poet, spoken word performer, actor and playwright. She's performed her award-winning solo shows Surface Transit and Women Can't Wait around the world, including at the UN's International Conference ...

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Revolution, Wolf Girl, WTC

Saturday, January 11, 2003

Kurt Andersen and poet and playwright Sarah Jones talk about how artists identify with their subjects.

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Artists' Subjects, Meyerowitz, Post-it Note

Saturday, March 09, 2002

We look at artists and their subjects. Kurt Andersen and performance artist Sarah Jones trace the intimate connections artists make with the people and places they depict. The photographer Joel Meyerowitz talks about taking pictures every day at the World Trade Center clean-up. And, we look at the genius of ...

Sarah Jones on Artistic Subjects

Saturday, March 09, 2002

Kurt Andersen and poet and playwright Sarah Jones talk about how artists identify with their subjects. 

Jones is also a spoken word performer and actor. She's performed her award-winning solo shows Surface Transit and Women Can't Wait around the world, including at the UN's International Conference on Women's Rights in ...

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