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A visit behind the scenes of The Taming of the Shrew by Jean-Christophe Maillot Ballets of Monte-Carlo dancers

From the Studio to the Stage 

This past Monday, December 4, 2017, I had the privilege together with other members of the Friends of the Ballet of Monte-Carlo and loyal supporters to attend the… 604 more words

Events

October Wrap-Up/ Life Update

I can’t believe it’s November already, the last month has gone so quickly, but I can finally get excited about Christmas without being judged now so I’m not complaining. 642 more words

Bangkok Tour // October 2017 (Day 9)

We are so happy…we had a fantastic first performance in Bangkok and we celebrated our Soloist Adhonay Soares da Silva’s debut as Petrucchio in The Taming of the Shrew… 403 more words

Tour Diary

Bangkok Tour // October 2017 (Day 7)

After three very successful performances in Singapore, the company travels on to Bangkok, one of the most exciting cities in the world. At the moment however, the mood is somewhat subdued as the Thai people prepare for the cremation and state burial of their beloved King Bhumibol Adulyadej. 525 more words

Rehearsal

STUDENT THEATRE IS MUCH MORE THAN A CO-CURRICULA FRILL

Student theatre is much more than a cocurricula frill. More schools and community / youth theatres are developing quality and challenging theatre productions that go far beyond the simple notion of giving “expression” to participation in the art form. 1,285 more words

Culture

148 The Taming of the Shrew

by William Shakespeare, 1590(ish)

I was recently having a discussion with my English teacher friend wherein I revealed that I had never taken a Shakespeare class. 790 more words

Books

Blog Prompt #4

Please respond to the following blog prompt:

How should we interpret the tone of Kate’s final speech in the play? Is she sincere? Sarcastic? Beaten down?

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