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Archive for May, 2014

Upcoming as at May 2014 includes, amongst a number of Shakespeare productions, The Tempest, Macbeth, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Much Ado About Nothing and the not so often seen Two Gentlemen of Verona.

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For those who have yet to enjoy live screenings of productions from the Royal Shakespeare Company, Shakespeare’s Globe and the National Theatre – and as a reminder to those who have enjoyed these already – here are links to information about upcoming screenings:

Royal Shakespeare Company on screen: https://onscreen.rsc.org.uk/          Globe on Screen: http://onscreen.shakespearesglobe.com/          National Theatre Live: http://ntlive.nationaltheatre.org.uk/

Screenings are international, occurring around the world.

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Worth the Risk

Reflections on trying out new things, from a teacher who was involved in a language and rhythm Google+ Hangout I led last week for ‘Macbeth Goes Social’, a fantastic project run by Big Fun Education.
Exploring outside our comfort zones (but within our safety zones) is a huge part of developing as an actor and also – as tends to be the way with all things acting – as a person.
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the professional amateur

My poor mother. To say I was a picky eater as a child is a massive understatement. My mom would often cry, fearing my sister and I were not eating enough. My eating habits improved in high school but I was still pretty hesitant when it came to trying new things. In university, a professor of mine used cheese to get me to open my mind to the endless possibilities of good food. Later that year, I took a big risk for a former picky eater. While in Prague I opened a restaurant menu only to find that it was written entirely in Czech (naturally). I remembered my professor’s advice, closed my eyes, and pointed. It was delicious.

Since then I’ve tried things I would have never fathomed in my previous, risk-free life – some were delicious, others not so much. I really did take something away from that experience and…

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