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Quotation Dancing

Dancing: The vertical expression of a horizontal desire legalized by music.
George Bernard Shaw Yesterday’s dancing cheek to cheek
Your hand around my waist 31 more words
Poetry

MAN AND SUPERMAN at the National

Simon Odwin and Christopher Oram’s modern re-imagining of George Bernard Shaw’s MAN AND SUPERMAN in the Lyttleton at the National Theatre is masterful. This production explodes Shaw’s philosophical debate about marriage into an epic presentation within the mind. 167 more words

Theatre

Essay, in the making.

Hello!

I’m in the midst of Spring break and it’s going pretty… okay. My anxiety was really bad the first few days but it’s finally calmed down, I’ve caught up on all the new episodes of Castle, and I’ve finally finished reading “Heart of Darkness” By Joseph Conrad. 395 more words

Personal

Love In The Time of 40 Rose Bushes

I used to own 40 rose bushes.

They came part and parcel with a house my new husband and I bought in Boise, Idaho — when we were young, in love and wanting to settle down and start a family. 534 more words

Betsy Lewis

Some of On Aphorisms and Authenticity

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Some readers have challenged the use of quotes.  After posting a quote attributed to Soren Kirkegaard, the interlocutor demanded “Are you a REAL Kieregaard scholar? 382 more words

Aphorisms

Pasadena's Pygmalion: A Creation Worth Falling in Love With

By Patrick Hurley

Written over a hundred years ago, George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion, playing now through April 12 at the Pasadena Playhouse, seems unlikely to be a relevant piece of theatre. 838 more words

Theatre Reviews

Sunday Cryptoquote Spoiler - 03/22/15

“If all economists were laid end to end, they would not reach a conclusion.”   —   George Bernard Shaw

(There are an awful lot of economic philosophies out there.  130 more words

Entertainment