I just finished Slings and Arrows and now I’m slightly obsessed. I absolutely identified with the people and situations. I know I am so behind the times... For those of you who might not have seen it – I love the fact that is a peek of the theatre world and what happens behind the scenes to make a play ready for the stage. Geoffery comes in as the new artistic director of the New Burbage Festival when Oliver suddenly dies. Geoffery directs many of the plays within their seas
"The more I went into the world, the more I felt that art is the most important thing, and therefore I became an artist." ~ WOLFGANG LAIB
Last Friday evening my boyfriend and I visited the MOMA - it's one of my favorite museums. And for those of you who don't know Fridays after 4pm are free...but oh sweet baby Jesus is it crowded! I felt like I was a sardine or even worse in Times Square. It was like trying to navigate on a crowded subway car but around people, beautiful
I just read an article in the gaurdian and it inspired me.
I felt at first a bit corny for writing about this because it felt a bit too exposing. Then I came across this quote "Because there is a fear of sentimentality, love is not very often addressed – and it is really the one motivation in all of our lives." (Helene Aylon) So I am sucking it up and discussing.
How does love affect an artist's work? When I read the article above what appealed to me was the inspiration
I found this article http://www.guardian.co.uk/stage/theatreblog/2013/feb/20/how-far-should-theatre-push-us on How Far Should Theatre push us the other week. It was a description about In Between Time festival, in Bristol. This festival since reading about it has been stuck in my brain. The focus of the programming was intimacy. Reading about it made me wish I was there to witness firsthand and develop my opinion about it. In the article Lyn Gardner described some theatre fir