The real deal.
Yo voy a dirigir el juego.
Who knew Grass Blocks were so tasty?
Kanawha County Public Library is honored to be a recipient of The Golden Collection, a project from the makers of SLAVE PLAY by Jeremy O. Harris, donating plays by Black playwrights to libraries, community centers, theater groups, and universities throughout the country. Patrons can now check out these amazing plays FOR FREE with a library card from KCPL!
Its amazing how much old games can be carried by their art style.
A stage play by Ato Vaughn.
Can I please have some help from the Shakespeare/acting side of Tumblr? (Is that even a thing?)
I’ve just been cast as Hamlet and it’s the biggest role I’ve ever taken on. I’m super nervous and I want to be a good lead for the rest of the cast - in the past we’ve had problems with people struggling to memorise lines and I don’t want to let them down.
I was wondering if anyone had any tips (whether it’s on learning lines or on how to make the character more dynamic), a favourite adaptation of Hamlet for me to watch or even just a fact about the play that I might not know.
Anything helps, thank you for interacting. 💛
BF Bad Company 2 is a Masterpiece in simplicity. Rush in Bc2 was the most intense multiplayer gaming experience i’ve had, Nothing like defending that last M-Com to the last ticket. Mayhem. The entire geography changes. Hope DICE realises what the fans really want after BF5 shit-show.
I’m a 32 year old eye surgeon - about to take my manual dexterity to the next level…..finally I got one!
Catenae Innovation hope to play key role alongside UK Government in ‘democratising
‘s () Guy Meyer speaks to Proactive London’s Katie Pilbeam about being invited to participate in the Department of Media, Culture and Sport (DCMS) consultation on the Digital Identity Trust Framework.
Meyer also explains their engagement with Public Health Scotland to talk about the reporting of Covid Test results.
He goes on to explain how Catenae’s Operating System can continue helping…
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
Play It For Laughs, Part 2 #jeanpaulsartre
In part one, yesterday, I explained how I’d been awarded the part of Hoederer in Les Mains Sales, a 1948 Sartre play that explores questions of principle versus realpolitik, compromise versus conviction, there being no prizes for being before your time and how easy it is to render the principled ridiculous by the passage of time. It’s crap, a polemic full of wooden cliched characters, more plot…