Yesterday we left Galway and made our way through Sligo into Donegal. Obadiah was ready to leave, but I’m not sure about the rest of us. 258 more words
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In a cunning piece of programming, the Donmar follows James Graham’s Privacy – the most un-Donmar of productions – with Brian Friel’s Fathers and Sons (adapted from the novel of Ivan Turgenev). 745 more words
Friday, June 20 – Choose one piece of art (murals) or literature that you have encountered in your lectures/walking tour, describe it (or include a picture or excerpt), and discuss how it speaks to you of the issues at the heart of the Northern Irish Conflict. 394 more words
Like many people, I have been thoroughly enjoying this year’s World Cup in Brazil. So far, it has been the tournament that we always wish for but never get: there have been surprises (Spain – twice) and lots of great goals. 1,506 more words
I am beyond excited to be offering this two-week camp for Exceptional Teenagers.
I know that all teens are exceptional, but I use the word here to refer to teenagers who feel the need to dig deeper and broader into the Art of Drama: Teenagers who have a passion for Theatre and a need to get under the skin of characters they encounter in literature, or in their own imaginations. 350 more words