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Stress-free Shakespeare

“You speak an infinite deal of nothing.”

I never experienced Shakespeare properly until A Level, at which I had to write an essay on Othello (which I managed to do without reading it) and painfully study Measure for Measure in Drama.

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“All the world’s a stage”

Anyone that follows me on twitter will know that I’ve been working for Creation Theatre this summer as a theatre workshop leader.

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Costume Land! by Bonnie Juengert

     Trying on costumes is one of the most exciting parts of being in a show! Adults and children of all ages revel in the transformation that occurs when you put on that costume and become another character.

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Building a Miniature City

So, we have all watched movies and wondered how they did it, or that. well its pretty simple. They did it by using miniature cities. So here’s a quick guide on how to build a miniature city. 7 more words

To-do-lists, Special Brew and Astral Planes.

Oh bloody Hell.  We only have two clear days until preview day. Then one day.  Then we go on up.  How did that happen?

It didn’t help that we held a birthday celebration for Fred yesterday, which involved a lot of Guinness, some Special Brew, (Fred’s brother Ray brought it, don’t blame me!) cider, wine, and a fire and barbeque.  1,548 more words

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Balloon Plays Are Over, For Now...

Thank you to the 250+ people who came out and enjoyed Balloon Plays at Capital Fringe! And thanks also to the wonderful folks at Fringe who made our debut possible. 42 more words

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