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BOOK REVIEW: The Game's Afoot by Richard Foreman

The build up to the Battle of Agincourt in 1415 has plenty of ingredients for a compelling novel. Whether it is the insecurity of Henry V’s throne as various rivals from his father’s usurping of Richard II trying to regain power, irate Welshmen seeking to reinstate Glendower, stroppy Scots or the French trying to avert Henry’s well publicised intention of restoring the cross channel part of his realm there are complexities and themes available that make modern wars seem trivially simple. 317 more words

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Experimentation was my education

When I was in theatre the idea of experimentation seemed to be a goal. I was lucky and got to work with a lot of non-fourth wall directors (theatre without audiences sitting toward a stage). 867 more words


Apr 11: IU Cinema Presents an Evening of Works by and about Richard Foreman

Astronome/King Richard

Friday, April 11, 2014 | 6:30 pm
IU Cinema

Heralded as “the Godfather of the American avant-garde,” Richard Foreman, founder of the… 665 more words

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"Strong Medicine" - Richard Foreman - Full-Length Film

Here is the entire film adaptation of Richard Foreman’s Strong Medicine. The New York Times review claims the film format, in contrast to seeing it in theater, depreciates the value of the work. 270 more words


Rituals of Reductive Island: Why I Hated The Whitney's 'Rituals of Rented Island'

While I know this will certainly get me in trouble but try as I might, I can’t say it any other way: I hated the… 946 more words


20 Secrets Of "S.H.I.E.L.D." From Agent Grant Ward

On Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. , Brett Dalton plays no-nonsense Agent Grant Ward. He sat down with BuzzFeed to talk about Ward’s softer side, Agent Coulson… 447 more words


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“I think it’s terribly important that people have always made structures that are better and more rigorous and more demanding than we as an audience can live up to for every single moment. 901 more words