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When I wrote a thought ramble about Barnaby, the cat which chose us on Independence day, I chose to publish it on Aug. 5. At that time I didn’t know that the local high school was planning for a three day performance of CATS, the musical. 307 more words

Reciting lines: Drama, Shakespeare and ambition!


Once more into the breech, dear friends – and off to recite lines in Shakespearean English…

I have been involved in local drama groups since 2001 – and will confess, here and now, that this has often been a confronting, difficult and harrowing experience. 927 more words

Creative Writing

Review: What I Really Wanted To Say Was

Fresh out of East 15, Lance Jeffery, Nyke Jackson and Rosie Jane burst onto the theatre scene with What I Really Wanted To Say Was at the Camden Fringe on 14-Aug. 423 more words



The play 16 Paata advocates bringing a Cultural Revolution in the various art forms and in general, the society. It proclaims that all art forms should be devoid of any inhibitions and an artist must be a free soul, who can exhibit his art in his own favourable way without facing hindrances. 622 more words


In the Heart of the Century Cycle

August Wilson’s Fences may be the most famous play of his cycle.  It won both the Tony Award for Best Play and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.  263 more words


Boozy Musicals: Guys & Dolls

Happy Friday, friends! Boy, have I been looking forward to this post. I get to pair Guys & Dolls with booze! I would say the two go hand-in-hand quite naturally, really. 739 more words

The Tempest

The Tempest is always filled with magic. Part of the magic in Shakespeare & Company’s  production is the setting, out of doors in the Shakespeare Garden. 123 more words

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