So, there was a time in the past when the actors in a play were irrelevant compared to the writer. You know, Oscar Wilde wrote a play, and on opening night there would be cries for the playwright and Oscar Wilde would walk out on stage and be showered with love and adoration and respect and there seemed to be an understanding of the idea that the actors were good in the play because he had written what was fundamentally a good play. 543 more words
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Benedict Cumberbatch. Beaniebag Cucumberpatch. Butterscotch Candybatch. Now matter how you say his name, there is no escaping from the man that is Benedict Cumberbatch.
Let’s pretend for a minute that he’s not British, because he totally is, and that’s an unfair advantage. 164 more words
Well the Cumberbabe is certainly keeping me on my toes these days as there seems to be news about him (or his award wins and nominations) sprouting up every day! 224 more words
The Cumberbabe decided to pop into Madame Tussauds in London to check on the progress of his wax statue….which is looking pretty darn good if you ask me. 177 more words
As parents who took the active and on-purpose step of homeschooling their children, one becomes acutely aware of the creative permutations available in the process; there are brilliant thinkers out there, finding ways to hack the process into something far more effective and individualized while conversely diluting Common-core homogenization. 740 more words