My first dress


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For me, one of the most inspiring and aesthetically engaging aspects of theatre is costume. A lot of my ideas start out from picturing the characters’ clothes: that’s how I get to know them more fully and also how I visualise the overall aesthetic texture of a production. I did a Level 2 BTEC in Textiles in high school although in recent years I have forgotten a lot of what I learned. Last…

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Helsinki Cathedral, Finland (by drrobert1)

allthingseurope:

Helsinki Cathedral, Finland (by drrobert1)

if we were getting engaged, i’d have got a nicer ribbon.

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Production Notes: “The Importance of Being Earnest”

  I am very excited to say that my first foray into directing began this week. I will be staging an open-air production of Oscar Wilde’s hilarious satire, “The Importance of Being Earnest,” in the first week of June on campus.

Production Notes: “The Importance of Being Earnest”

  I am very excited to say that my first foray into directing began this week. I will be staging an open-air production of Oscar Wilde’s hilarious satire, “The Importance of Being Earnest,” in the first week of June on campus.

“Changer” http://wp.me/s4tjpC-changer

  The most recent play I worked on was written and directed by two very talented MA students at the University of Kent, Rafael Wolff and Elena Skreka.

Act 1


I first got interested in Drama in a vague way at A Level when we read Pinter’s “The Homecoming.” After that we did some Shakespeare, but properly, not like how we had done it at GCSE, so I actually enjoyed it. We went to the Globe to see “As You Like it,” and after that I understood that you’re really not supposed to just read plays. Why had they tried to teach us Shakespeare when we were…

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