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It’s Monday and I’m happy to be participating in a weekly event with a community of bloggers who post reviews of books that they have read the previous week. 1,082 more words
More from Play: How It Shapes the Brain, Opens the Imagination, and Invigorates the Soul by Stuart Brown
Looking for purpose, “Far from standing in opposition to each other, play and work are mutually supportive. They are not poles at opposite ends of our world. 184 more words
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Jones began her career with the two-beats-and-a-punch-line sitcoms of the nineteen-eighties, but, in working with Feig and the director Judd Apatow, she was required to try something revolutionary: find comedic actors who, more than just delivering jokes, could improvise and riff on their lines, creating something altogether different from what was on the page.