On a floodlit stage at Middlebury College's Dana Auditorium, Paul Matteson begins to dance. His breathing becomes labored and his blue T-shirt billows up to reveal the abdominal muscles of an athlete, stacked like pieces of a Jenga game. He falls to the stage and pulls himself up, sending tiny carpet fibers flying. This, his body suggests, is what it means to endure.
It is Devil's Night, October 30, when prank-sters' unsuspecting prey must endure toilet-papered trees and egg-smeared cars.... Read more
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