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Importance versus time in set design

The other day I went to see a play, a comedy. While it was very good and enjoyable, all throughout  I had a feeling that something was just not right, but I couldn’t pinpoint what was it. The acting was great, the story was  funny and the set seemed fantastic. When I went home I … Continue reading

Dialogues in space – dance improvisation

Though I only plan to put my works on this blog I thought this performance was amazing and is worth watching for everyone who likes physical theatre. The quality of the video is not the best but it’s still enjoyable.

Mind the rhetoric: “women in the entertainment industry”

An article that appeared on National Post (Canada) shocked the North American comedy circles so much in the last days that they’re now abuzz with comments and opinions about how women are represented or rather underrepresented in stand-up comedy and in case they do appear on stage, whether they really need to appear sexually unattractive … Continue reading

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