Monthly Archives: February 2016

First Steps II

The Fossil Record is ambiguous. Paleontology cannot detect the minor evolutions in the alignment of bone fragments that could conclusively indicate that a branch of the humanoid family suddenly spent large amounts of time exploring choreographed sequences. Physiologically, it all … Continue reading


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A Grammar of Acting

A Speech of Parts – the Language of an inspired Actor If theatre is a language, it could conceivably have a stable grammar and strict grammatical rules. But languages evolve, and we who grew up speaking them as our mother … Continue reading

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