Monthly Archives: August 2010

Theatre at a Distance – Safeing It

I somewhere found another ranting note…. a good one…. Acting consciously is no laughing matter; veteran actors can suffer in places that the young and eager haven’t yet found.  Aware of the pitfalls, one can usually count upon being caught … Continue reading

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Re-birth of a Nation

A play in book form resembles a detective story:  Who done what to whom, how?  What on earth was the motive? Larry Tremblay, if he exists at all, loves the theatre.  His formula is ingenious: squirming actors give a squirming … Continue reading

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The Curse of the Theatre

One of my rants just came to the surface from a forgotten existence beneath my heaps of data files. If this page, as a portal of ideas and words, is to carry its weight, I’m going to throw out things … Continue reading

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