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Gross Indecency: Three Trials of Oscar Wilde

I really enjoyed this play.

Also, this is what I looked like at work today.


the copulation of practice and theory

Following on from a comment during Monday’s session when one of you expressed some anxiety about theory in relation to your practices, I thought you might enjoy this (it was recommended to me by Bob Whalley): 66 more words


The real tragedies in life occur in such an inartistic manner that they hurt us by their crude violence, their absolute incoherence, their absurd want of meaning…

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Prayers for the Week - Every Sinner has a future

…For there is no distinction: 23for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, 24and are justified by his grace as a gift, through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus, 25whom God put forward as a propitiation by his blood, to be received by faith.

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Prayer Requests

When it Finds its Focus, Bent Becomes Beautiful

By Patrick Hurley Taking its cue from the gay rights movement of the late 1970s, when it was written, Martin Sherman’s play Bent, playing now through August 23 at the Mark Taper Forum, wants to make a statement to the gay community. 817 more words

Patrick Hurley

Music Makes The People Come Together

The author Leo Tolstoy said, “Art is not a handicraft. it is the transmission of feeling the artist has experienced.”

Transmission and Transfiguration. The former aims to communicate, to transfer. 628 more words


One Arm

In yet another co-incidence, it seems to be the week for stage adaptations of unproduced screenplays by America’s great 20th century playwrights and first up its Tennessee Williams. 278 more words