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The Play's the Thing, the Thing, and the Other Thing: The Blood Quilt, Jumpers for Goalposts, and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, reviewed.

Liam Forde, Kimberly Gilbert, Zdenko Martin, and Michael Glenn in “Jumpers for Goalposts” (Igor Dmitry)

Meeya Davis, Nikiya Mathis, Caroline Clay, Afi Bijou. and Tonye Patano in “The Blood Quilt.” (C. 73 more words



We recently lost one of our dogs. We were walking them in local woods when Hamish caught a scent of something irresistible and off he went. 599 more words

The Inner World

Monday Motivation (#21)

Wow, I got sick last week! I haven’t been that sick in a long time, for which I’m thankful. I’m not sure if I just got regular allergies that developed into something more or if I picked up a bug while I was out somewhere. 105 more words


Ian Merrill Peakes: R&G Tech

Actor Ian Merrill Peakes (“The Player”) continues sharing his thoughts on the Folger Theatre production of Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead opening tonight!  616 more words

Folger Theatre

The Hard Problem by Tom Stoppard. NT Live at Nova Cinema

The world of neuroscience and the study human behaviour is the topic of exploration in Tom Stoppard’s new play ‘The Hard Problem’ now showing at selected cinemas as part of the National Theatre Live season. 631 more words

National Theatre Live

I recently read the sweet, peppery, and tragic play Arcadia, by Tom Stoppard. (Of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead fame.)

Reading plays is always a niggling experience compared to reading books, like I mentioned in a… 258 more words

Book Debrief

The Hard Problem

What is “consciousness”? In an evolved human being, is there any space for altruism? The Hard Problem by Tom Stoppard deals with such questions, in a blisteringly intellectual way. 393 more words