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Possible Answers: COT.
Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 28 Nov 2017, Tuesday
Random information on the term “Camp bed”:
A baníg is a handwoven mat usually used in East Asia and the Philippines for sleeping and sitting. This type of mat is traditionally made in the Philippines.
Technically, it is not a textile. Depending on the region of the Philippines, the mat is made of buri (palm), pandanus or sea grass leaves. The leaves are dried, usually dyed, then cut into strips and woven into mats, which may be plain or intricate.
The Samal of Sulu usually make their mats out of buri leaves. Mats from Basey, Samar use tikog leaves which are dyed in strong colours to make beautiful, unique designs.
Baníg often refers to the brown, handwoven mat commonly used for sleeping. Baníg weaving has been handed down from one generation to another as it is widely practiced in the country, with designs varying across the regions.
The art and beauty of banig weaving lie in the intricacy of folding over the strips of the material to yield a design of interlaced folds and entails a sequential order of steps to create geometric patterns and rhythm.
Random information on the term “COT”:
The Chicago Opera Theater (COT) is an American opera company based in Chicago, Illinois. COT has been a resident at the Harris Theater for Music and Dance in Chicago’s Millennium Park and is currently in residence at the newly renovated Studebaker Theater in the historic Fine Arts Building. In addition to productions of selected operas from the core opera repertoire, COT has had an emphasis on American composers and performers who sing in English.
Alan Stone founded the company as the Chicago Opera Studio in 1974. Stone utilised Jones Commercial High School as the mainstage location for the company until 1976. Subsequently, the company held a residency at the Athenaeum Theatre on the north side of Chicago through 2004. The company also gave occasional performances at the Merle Reskin Theater of De Paul University and at Rosary College in River Forest, Illinois.
Stone served as artistic director of COT until 1993. General managers of COT have included Marc Scorsa (1984-1990), Mark Tiarks, Jean Perkins, and Joseph De Rugeriis.