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dream home: on desperation, alienation, passivity and the smell of meat

DREAM HOME by Emilie Collyer, directed by Luke Kerridge

THE LOBBY Give people a space to arrive into. It doesn’t have to be a lobby. It can be a passage. 1,991 more words


#NoFilter (coming in July)

So we are releasing teasers of a project I’m working on with The Sandbox Collective. It’s an exciting project for me because it will be my first foray into professional theater and I’ll be working on my first theatrical piece. 315 more words


Representation, epistemology, and bumper stickers.

One of the people who works at the place I temp at, Gary, has a bumper sticker on his oversized suburban gas-guzzler that says “tell the liberal media to tell the truth.” 411 more words

Erving Goffman (1922 - 1982) - Part 1

Moving on to the next few pages of Chapter 3 of Shaun Best’s “A beginner’s guide to social theory”, there seems to be quite a lot about Erving Goffman, so i’ll be breaking this down into a  few sections. 293 more words

Society And Politics

The Chronotope Metaphor Part II or Mercado Modelo: Mother of Jorge Amado’s literary chronotope

Author: Edvard Passos

When we consider Jorge Amado’s work (the most widely read Brazilian writer in the world), especially in his stories that take place in Salvador, one immediately thinks of a period in Bahia. 720 more words


Theory filler-Immersed theater

Simply put, the idea of Immersed theater is the mirror image of Immersive theater. Instead of trying to create an environment where the audience can loose themselves, we dunk the production in the environment itself by altering it to correspond with aspects of the specific locality. 275 more words

Ask Me About: What a dramaturg can do

“Remarks like that were embedded in my head and took up precious space that should have been occupied with other things but wasn’t.” – Ray Midge, … 779 more words

General Writing