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A Worker's Speech to a Doctor

“A Worker’s Speech to a Doctor,” by Bertolt Brecht:

We know what makes us ill.
When we’re ill word says
You’re the one to make us well… noch 193 Wörter


Dead Dog in a Suitcase (and other love songs) review

The Cornish Kneehigh Theatre Company has pulled out all the stops in their latest, post industrial steam-punkesque production of Dead Dog in a Suitcase (and other love songs) noch 450 Wörter


Paramount, Seattle Rep, Seattle Shakes, ACT

The first Seattle Stages podcast discusses recent productions at The Paramount Theatre (IF/THEN), Seattle Rep (A View From the Bridge), Seattle Shakespeare ( noch 49 Wörter


Nothing Human Is Alien: A Poignant Mother Courage and Her Children at Seattle Shakespeare

One of the shows on my personal most-anticipated list for the season opened Friday, and I’m still digesting the experience. Staging Mother Courage and Her Children… noch 1.197 Wörter


Remembrance is not just before Christmas

Major politicians of the Western democracies are of an awkward generation.

Too young to have experienced much of the Cold War, the UK’s ‘Troubles’ in the 1970s, or many of the other threats to integrity before the late 1990s, they are also too old to have any fundamental understanding of major modern technologies such as the Internet. noch 1.036 Wörter


Songs of Remembrance

So it’s early November and a recital titled Songs of Remembrance.  One might of expected something like the program Chris Maltman presented just down Philosophers’ Walk last year but no, Monica Whicher and Rachel Andrist’s program was gentler.   noch 450 Wörter

Performance Review - Miscellaneous

Zoot Suit (1981)- Hollywood's Hispanic Heritage Blogathon

Dear Readers, To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month (which is every month for me!) Aurora at Once Upon a Screen hosts Hollywood’s Hispanic Heritage Blogathon on October 12. noch 1.410 Wörter