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Supergirl

Personally, I am a huge fan of SYFI and fantasy, one of the many SYFI series I watch is called Supergirl. Supergirl was originally a comic published by DC comics, in 2015 DC many a TV series with is aired on Sky 1. 698 more words

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Theater professor brings professional skills to SHU

Gretchen Hall, on and off Broadway actress, Shakespeare fan and mother of close upon two, began teaching theater at Seton Hall University just this past spring providing engaging and professional aspects of acting to her students. 509 more words

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Sense and Sensibility 1995

As I am researching about the Regency Era for my cut and construction lesson, I thought that I would watch films made around that time period. 668 more words

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SOPAC foreign film club explores role of gender in new series

By Marianne Datu

Since the inception of La Cinémathèque Film Club, every season had a majority of men-directed films, but this season the theme has shifted and instead, will be showing “Seven Beauties” on Oct. 592 more words

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The Mighty Primary School Play: Techniques For a Polished Primary Production

It’s coming on that time of year where frantic primary school teachers are trying to put on that special Christmas production. While I claim little knowledge on primary school teaching, I do know a few tips and tricks to create a decent play and from working on a couple primary plays myself here are a few ideas which might help you out. 482 more words

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Dramatic ritual – including use of props, costumes, and re-enactment – have been major aspects of First Peoples culture for centuries. However, colonialism suppressed and infiltrated these earlier forms of Indigenous theatre in Canada. 422 more words

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Review: Much Ado About Nothing

by Harry Elletson

Shakespeare’s tales have been told and re-told an incalculable number of times in thousands of different ways. In Not Cricket Productions’ version of the famous Much Ado About Nothing, the audience are transported to July 1918, in the midst of World War I as soldiers return from war. 448 more words