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Paper Body | Nina Boas | Das Theater Amsterdam | 2, 3 & 5 June

Paper Body
Nina Boas

How can we exist within this world of matter, experience and connections, and find our place?
I draw two figures on a white sheet of paper; I sculpt their movements carefully and they morph into a rock and an electric water boiler. 168 mots de plus

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Agent Zero

Here is the first draft to the first full length play that I ever finished. It has two different names that I’m toying around with. The first being  314 mots de plus

Thursday Favourites: Sea, Sea and See

I’m doing things a little bit differently this week, and writing my Friday Favs today…Thursday. Because that’s just how I roll…

This is because I’ll be posting a review tomorrow, of one of the things in my favourites from this week. 314 mots de plus

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Review – The End, Phone Box Theatre Company, University of Northampton Flash Festival, St. Peter’s Church, Northampton, 19th May 2016

Not inappropriately, The End was the last of the Flash Festival plays I saw this year. Not only the end of my Flash experience – which had been thoroughly enjoyable – but also the end (probably) of everyone’s experience unless we all followed our instructions and made it to the safe zone. 844 mots de plus

Chris Sparkle

Lavinia: what's in a name? Lots

Lavinia

Created and performed by Jon Lachlan Stewart

Uno Fest, Metro Studio, Victoria

May 25 to 26, 2016

The references to Shakespeare’s women in this compelling drama, created by quick-change artist Jon Lachlan Stewart, are simply the underpinning to the contemporary issues the show raises.  393 mots de plus

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If The First Ten Times You Don't Succeed...

Listen folks, I have bombed a lot of auditions.

It’s not fun.

I get so stoked for a certain role, I practice my butt off the week of the audition, and then I walk out in front of the directors ready to wow them and… 1 162 mots de plus

Christian

Thon Man Moliere (Lyceum: 20 May - 11 June '16)

« Siobhan Redmond as Madeleine and Jimmy Chisholm as Molière are perfectly, affectionately, matched. »

Editorial Rating: 4 Stars  Outstanding

In February 1662 Louis XIV sent flowers on the occasion of the marriage of Molière (40) to the seventeen year old Menou (Armande) Béjart. 602 mots de plus

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