Kaufman

[ US /ˈkɔfmən/ ]
NOUN
  1. United States playwright who collaborated with many other writers including Moss Hart (1889-1961)
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  • Kaufman scored this luscious ground with dozens of thin white diagonal lines before adding a final layer of geometry: six oblong rectangles stacked on top of each other in graduated shades of gray.
  • I have a recording of a very attractive violin concerto with fiddler Louis Kaufman and Bernard Herrmann conducting.
  • Mr. Terfel and Jonas Kaufmann, making a thrilling role debut as Siegmund, brought energy and insight to the physical interpretation of their characters, but they were working in a vacuum. Where Intimacy Walked the Plank
  • The bright-red, dark-black, and all-glass trio of hotels has its critics real-estate blog Curbed dubbed the block "hotel hell" but Mr. Kaufman says the flashy design was necessary to offset the dinginess of the block. Bright Hotel Facades to Offset 'Squalor'
  • M.ntmartre -- rooms high up on the fifth floor -- where, between two pictures, supposed to be by Angelica Kaufmann, M. Duval had written unactable plays for the last twenty years, and where he would continue to write unactable plays until God called him to a world, perhaps, of eternal cantatas, but where, by all accounts, _l'exposition de la pièce selon la formule de M. Scribe_ is still unknown. Confessions of a Young Man
  • F-Word Brenda, as she's known wherever the ghosts of Dorothy Parker and George S. Kaufman take tea, recalls the mortifying experience of promoting her memoir The Nearly Departed, a succession of embarrassments certain to give any writer a sympathetic shudder. The Plinth and the Pauper (mildly updated): James Wolcott
  • Biographical Information: Bel Kaufman, the granddaughter of celebrated Yiddish writer Sholom Aleichem, was born in Berlin in 1911. Personal Information for Bel Kaufman
  • Huevito sits on a cajón (box drum), plays the jawbone of an ass (quijada ) and is a zapateo shoe-dancer extraordinaire (as shown at Litchfield in the photo by Fran Kaufman). NPR Topics: News
  • Everybody's favorite fictional alderman, Ed Bus hammed up by WBEZ's Justin Kaufmann appeared at "The Paper Machete," a live variety show at Ricochet's in Lincoln Square. Some Laughs (And Surprises) At Latest Mayoral Forum
  • Kaufman's film has the better script, artful direction and tremendous performances from the likes of Ed Harris, Scott Glenn, Fred Ward.
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