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Character Profile: Captain America; a.k.a., the Case for Steve Rogers

If I were to rank my favorite superheroes, Cap and Thor would sit at one and two.  Now, I’ve heard a lot of people complain about Cap, saying that he’s a boring hero and some such.   874 more words

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Understanding Your Characters: Creating a Character Profile

Your characters are central to your story. They don’t have to be liked by all, but they need to be compelling. They need something that makes them relatable to the audience: maybe it’s what scares them the most, what is keeping them from facing the truth that most resonates with your readers. 558 more words

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Ronda Rousey Queen of the Nerds?

Over the past couple of weeks much has been made of the undisputed ass kicking queen that is Ronda Rousey and how much of a massive nerd she is. 619 more words


In Profile: Léa de Garnier des Garets discusses playing Maureen

I play Maureen Guernsley, a teacher. The audience witnesses her twice in the play: once when she is in her fourties and another time a decade in the past. 577 more words

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Galba's Men - A Collection of Tasty, tipbits.

As everybody who is in Galba’s Men appeared in Palatine, here is a taster of some of the journeys various characters will be undertaking in Galba’s Men. 272 more words


My Top 8 Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen Movies + Style Steal

8. The Little Rascals*

Alfalfa is wooing Darla and his “He-Man-Woman-Hating” friends attempt to sabotage the relationship. – via IMDb

(*I know they are only in it for like 10 seconds, but I freakin’ LOVE this movie!) 910 more words


In Profile: Bret Cameron talks about releasing his inner anger while playing Rick

As we count down the days until the opening night, Bret Cameron lets us know about his experience playing the role of Rick.

Rick is one of the show’s antagonists, sort of. 235 more words

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