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Digital Theatre Plus - Interview with Yaël Farber

The Crucible

Arthur Miller

The Old Vic

Directed by Yaël Farber

Yaël Farber directed The Old Vic’s multi award-winning production of The Crucible in 2014.

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Richard Armitage

Farber comes full circle with ‘The Crucible’

“I discovered The Crucible via my older sister who was studying the play at school. She and my late father also visited family in the US, and made a trip, text in hand, to the original village of Salem in Boston.

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Richard Armitage

Transcendant Radiance of the Gods

“Although the gods were visualized in anthropomorphic form, with human emotions and physical needs and desires, important distinctions set the gods apart from humanity.

First, they had transcendent divine powers in the universe, over other gods, and over human lives and institutions. 272 more words


Read the updated edition of Positively False on your Kindle now

The Kindle version of the 16th Anniversary Edition of Positively False is on sale from today – search your local Amazon site. The paperback version is, unfortunately, not available in some territories (e.g. 197 more words


Positively False + Positive Hell, paperback and London screening details

The paperback of the 16th Anniversary Edition of Positively False will be available from 14 January 2015. Search your local Amazon site or stay tuned to the… 126 more words


"Research Computing News" Summary

UDaily recently posted an article titled “Research computing news” announcing that the University of Delaware has just created its second community computing cluster called Farber in honor of David Farber, a University of Delaware Professor, inspired by the first cluster, the Mills High-Performance Computing (HPC) cluster. 133 more words