When we went to see “The Skin of Our Teeth” at the Theatre for a New Audience in Brooklyn (tfana), (tfana) written in 1942 shortly after Pearl Harbor, we were wondering how it would stand up. 520 more words
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A sense of community is at the heart of Bristol Old Vic Theatre Schools production of Our Town. It starts from the moment you enter the space at Circomedia and find actors and audiences mingling together: a hug and a kiss for a parent, a laugh and a joke with a friend, an introduction and engagement of the rules to strangers. 570 more words
When Bill Murray is funny, he’s the best. When he’s serious, he’s so good he can make you cry (ex: Lost in Translation). He may not be the typical choice for the Stage Manager, but I think he could bring something to the character that we haven’t seen before.
My very first Gratitude Journal was given to me by my mum when I was in primary school. I have always been ambitious and while that has helped me get to where I am today, there have definitely been times when I’ve been so caught up in the future, that I completely neglect to pause for a second to appreciate what I have right now. 472 more words
“Oh, earth, you are too wonderful for anybody to realize you. Does anyone ever realize life while they live it…every, every minute?”
Thornton Wilder, Our Town (1938)