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“The story is not mine, but from my mother:
Sky and Earth were once a single form.
When they were split apart from one another… 46 more words
Syrian refugees in Jordan incorporate their stories of exile while workshopping Euripides’ “The Trojan Women” in Yasmin Fedda’s straightforward, absorbing documentary “Queens of Syria.” For this non-professional cast, the ancient text offers opportunities to express feelings of loss in the form of group therapy, adding an additional layer of poignancy to an already deeply charged play. 535 more words
Since I find Camus’ absurdist approach to the subject of happiness very compelling (this blog, 17 and 29 May 2014), it’s not at all surprising that I should have really enjoyed a play by one of the great exponents of the Theatre of the Absurd, Eugene Ionesco. 806 more words