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The Chronotope Metaphor of Mikhail Bakhtin

Author: Edvard Passos

Mikhail Bakhtin (1998: 211) imported the term chronotope from Mathematics (Einstein’s Theory of Relativity). In the literary field it contemplates the fundamental interconnectedness of temporal and spatial relations within a work. 707 more words


A Symbol of Non-Violence Ideology

Man putting flower in National Guard gun

Flower power was a slogan used during the late 1960s and early 1970s as a symbol of passive resistance and non-violence ideology. 337 more words


Job: Head of Marketing and Press, Nuffield Theatre, Southampton

This is an exciting time to join Nuffield, in January 2015 Nuffield was named Regional Theatre of the Year 2015 in the Stage Awards.  Nuffield has also been selected to lead Southampton’s new arts complex, running the new performing arts venue in city centre. 150 more words

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A Midsummer Night's Dream- A special #MelaninMonday feature :)

Catch us at HIFA this year, at the Standard Theatre for $10!

Love. Magic. Comedy. The Brooke. Chi-town. The Bush. Shakespeare’s most popular comedy supercharged with the rich sounds and sights of Zimbabwe.

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Little Sure Shot: West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds

Annie Oakley shunned respectability to become a pioneering sharp shooter and campaigner for women’s rights in the late 1800s.

An attraction on touring shows, it was with Buffalo Bill’s Wild West that she gained wider prominence and her stage name – Little Sure Shot – by fellow performer Sitting Bull. 231 more words

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Why The Book of Mormon is the most successful show EVER!

The Book of Mormon is unquestionably the most successful musical ever written. It may not be the highest grossing of all time (yet!). It may not be the longest running (yet!). 714 more words

Class politics in the theatre

The State We’re In: No Milk for the Foxes

21 April – 9 May @ Camden People’s Theatre

I’ve been in London for only a few months but I keep hearing about this  ‘class problem’ (together with how expensive things are getting and how it was such a beautiful day and the tube is actually not delayed – hooray!). 531 more words