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Revising the Triangle

Jonathan L. Friedmann, Ph.D.

Music-making is sometimes depicted as a triangle consisting of composer, performer, and listener. It is a triangle in constant motion, with each side responding to one another. 393 more words


Deadline May 31st: FEATURE Screenplay Festival

Deadline May 31st: FEATURE Screenplay Festival – Get FULL FEEDBACK. Get script performed by professional actors

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Broken Sparrow

Challenged in nature
Perched on a ledge
Unable to fly
Damaged feathers
A wounded wing
Unable to balance

Perched on a ledge
Wishing to soar… 239 more words

Streams Of Consciousness

It's a wrap!

The performance of Indulgence ended with a bang on Saturday, to the largest group of audience of the run!

We’ve been catching up with some audience members after the shows… 539 more words


Showcasing new work in non-traditional spaces

Large open-plan public spaces in buildings need things to fill them.

They need energetic, engaging, dynamic and interesting content that makes people stop, think and feel something other than “I’m in a large hangar-type edifice and my goal is to reach the door on the other side.”  Even when you have an awe-inspiring piece of architecture and 1.2 million people coming through its doors; sometimes Millennium Point can feel this way. 201 more words


Phantasy in Taiwan

I am very thrilled that after 12 performances in the United States and Thailand my Phantasy for oboe and English horn will get its 13th performance on June 7, and at this time it will be the first time to be performed in my home country, Taiwan. 118 more words