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Herod the Great and The Stadium and Theater at Jericho

About half way between Old Testament Jericho and the Second Temple Palaces of Jericho there is a site called Tell es–Samarat.  This tell was partially excavated and the area surveyed by Ehud Netzer. 1,362 more words

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Hey everyone! College recently started up again and it’s my senior year, so I’ve got a lot on my plate. A great piece of news is that I’m now part of my college’s chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, which is the Literary Honors Society! 1,010 more words

LIVING IN THE KEY OF "B" UNNATURAL: Where Friendship, Faith & Fantasy Collide

LIVING IN THE KEY OF “B” UNNATURAL: At the Intersection of Friendship, Faith & Fantasy

A Theater Review by Julinda D. Lewis

At: Hickory Hill Community Center, 3000 E. 799 more words


Theater: “M Butterfly Manila” (2018)

René Gallimard is a member of the French Embassy in China. René is mild mannered and considers himself to be poor with women. He meets and falls in love with Chinese opera star Song Liling, a woman whom he considers to be the embodiment of the perfect woman, Madame Butterfly.

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Royal Opera House Gets a $66 Million Revamp

The almost-three-year renovation includes the 406-seat Linbury Theater, and more public spaces in the foyer.

Published: September 19, 2018 at 05:30AM

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Relentless Pursuit

When I put together my list of acting tips that apply to caregiving, I wanted to include the concept of motivation, or intention, or what Russian acting guru Stansislavsky called the “objective.” Characters in plays (like people in life) do things for a reason, and Stansislavsky chose the term “objective” for what drives a character’s actions at any given moment. 828 more words