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“You’re the queen,” the choreographer told me. “Queens don’t fight in battles.”

The week before, I’d had my introduction to the battle scene in rehearsals for the Bellevue Youth Theater production of… 1,946 more words


Today’s post is about Lisa D’amour’s Detroit! This play has depictions of alcohol use, mentions of alcohol and drug abuse, and pyromania. Seriously. My first impression of the cover was aww what a cute grill and now that I’ve finished the play, I can’t look at the grill in the same way. 986 more words



(picture courtesy of Pangdemonium!)

Event: “Tribes” by Pangdemonium
Venue: Drama Centre Theatre
Run: 22nd May – 7th Jun 2015

The Sounds of Silence

It’s hard to get all excited about “Tribes” – Pangdemonium’s second production of the year – just by looking at the poster or reading its synopsis. 793 more words


Why I love books - an entirely incomplete list.

  1. They’re a chance to make use of someone else’s imagination for a little while.
  2. They smell nice.
  3. They’re an escape from normality.
  4. Other people write much more beautiful prose than that which I use for thinking.
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Night Thoughts on Life, Death, and Immortality

“By tears and groans, and never ceasing care

And all the pious violence of prayer”

Our Old Book this week is a ‘piously violent’ memoir penned by  Edward Young, Jr., an Englishman born in 1681. 162 more words


New Stories in Bloom

Lights Up: Four actors are performing on a stage, sitting with scripts on their knees. The audience goes quiet. In the front row sits the writer, watching his words play out. 443 more words


Shakespeare for Kids

As You Like It
June 1 | 4:00pm | Storytelling Wing
Kids 5 and up are invited to join Becky and Joel Wallin from BYU’s Young Company for another summer of reenacting Shakespeare plays, beginning with… 284 more words

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