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The Play's The Thing: Mary Shelley

Mary Shelley by Helen Edmundson

(image taken from Amazon.com)

Why I Decided To Read It: I first read Frankenstein in high school.  We covered the gist of Mary Shelley: father was William Godwin, mother was Mary Wollstonecraft, ran off with Percy Shelley, … 642 more words

"I fell in love with James Tyrone and was so happy for a time."

cf. Gaston Lachaise, Lachaise’s Mother Resting (ca. 1912) and
Whistler, Arrangement in Grey and Black No. 1 (1871)

…That was in the winter of senior year.

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Music

Dating Sim Asks What You Are Doing With Your Life

(Source: kotaku.com)

At first glance, Date (Almost) Anything Simulator is your average dating sim. But where most dating sims are fluffy and comforting, this one is confrontational. 271 more words

Technology

RWB Productions bring us their new play

RWB productions received a play catalogue through the post this week. It was from Cressrelles and inside was listed their published script from hj1act 2014 ‘There Just Has To Be a Better Way’.  402 more words

Companies

Club Asylum: Chorus in Drama

Watched an amazing performance of the play Club Asylum by John Retallack on Sunday evening. The energy of the actors was incredible as they read from the script, bringing out various emotions of refugees who are bound for Glasgow, or are living there. 428 more words

Alecky Blythe

Sasbah Newsletter: Christian Voices

Here’s an article from the Spring/Winter 2017 edition of the Sasbah Newsletter.



We at Christian Voices were proud to be able to raise £625 for Sasbah. 37 more words

News

The Bleeding Tree

There’s revenge. Served hot from anger. There’s revenge served in cold measure. Then there’s revenge served neither hot nor especially cold. We call it justice. I’ve heard this play being described in various places as a dark comedy, a murder ballad, a riff on ancient myths, and a performance poem. 1,096 more words

Writing