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Sunday Round Up #25

When was the last time you looked through the sites you follow?

Feel free to join in and link back to this post! Maybe I’ll discover some new blogs along the way… Otherwise, stick around, you might find something new! 246 mots de plus

Theatre

Macbeth - A TALE OF SOUND AND FURY

An intelligent, exhilaratingly blasphemous sprint through a revered Shakespearean tragedy. »
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MACBETH:
A TALE OF SOUND AND FURY

Something wicked this way comes…

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Events

Ensemble and Michael Chekhov

Michael Chekhov was not the only exponent of ensemble playing. A whole raft of practitioners and teachers espouse it. What for me is most profound about Chekhov’s contribution to playing in ensemble is it is on the one hand a spiritual connection between players and a practical connection with the group. 711 mots de plus

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I forget sometimes how tricky it is to blog when one has visitors over. Suddenly going from routine, and at times dull activity to a flurry of things makes it difficult to keep up with what happened when. 1 550 mots de plus

Paris

Theatre Therapy

According to the North American Drama Therapy Association, Theatre Therapy or Drama Therapy “is the intentional use of drama and/or theater processes to achieve therapeutic goals.” 316 mots de plus

Theatre

Lupo agnum eripere postulant.

They insist on snatching the lamb from the wolf. – Plautus

A brothel-keeper in Plautus’ Poenelus says ‘They want to snatch the lamb from the wolf; what utter nonsense!’ When someone tries in vain to recover the prey on which some robber has once got his claws; for it seems desperate to hope that a wolf will relinquish a lamb which is once within its grip. 17 mots de plus

Lack Of Wisdom

Ovem Lupo commisisti.

You have entrusted the sheep to the wolf. – Terence

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It would more literally mean that one has been unwise and has not thought through a particular situation.

Lack Of Wisdom