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The Two's: Reflections of A Person Not From Gaza pt.11

Ever since finals ended in June, I have been wanting to read a book that speaks to me. A book that has my heart beating a bit quicker and my mind racing with thoughts and different perspectives. 382 more words

219 - We Will Rock You

As much as I enjoy participating in musical theater, it is not often that I have the opportunity to actually see a live show. It is an expensive hobby, unless you know how to game the system. 852 more words

Theatre

I've been a Silly Cow...

Apologies (again) for the absence. I’m sure the next post will also start with that due to the months long gaps between the blog posts. Having had the email telling me to renew the domain recently, reminded me that I had the blog and how when I bought the domain I told myself that I’d try to make something of it, and I did try – but then I failed. 566 more words

Theatre

"We Will Rock You"… Not: Queen musical at the Ahmanson an epic fail

First, let me say that I love the music of Queen. It was the soundtrack of my college years. I have been a Freddie Mercury fan a long time, and mourned his passing. 945 more words

Review

The Young Ones: a bunch of complete bastards

After hearing of the recent untimely death of British comedian Rik Mayall last month at the age of 56, Michele and I re-watched the television series that he was most associated with: … 1,421 more words

Television

First Night Design reblogged this on Rogues & Vagabonds and commented:

Maybe I should try The Young Ones again. It wasn’t my cup of tea when I started watching it at the time but this article has made me want to see what I think now.

The Young Ones: a bunch of complete bastards

After hearing of the recent untimely death of British comedian Rik Mayall last month at the age of 56, Michele and I re-watched the television series that he was most associated with: … 1,421 more words

Television

The Marlowe meets...Ben Elton (writer of Tonight's The Night)

Ben Elton is the protean talent whose career has spanned plays, novels, and a feature film, in addition to 30 years as one of the most successful comic writers and performers on the British television and stand-up circuit. 1,409 more words

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