The water drew me in. The performance kept me there. And now the indelible images flood my memory as I replay the scenes of men and women being at one with the water, floating age-old stories into the air and back again.
Archives for February 18, 2013
Venus Theatre, the Laurel, Maryland troupe which specializes in plays about the experiences of women, will offer a four-play season in 2013 in which three of the works are world premieres, the company has announced.
Normally the Academy Award nominations are an annual opportunity for film fans to gripe about how out-of-touch the Hollywood establishment is with quality filmmaking. But something strange happened on the way to the red carpet this year: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences actually produced a decent and diverse crop of contenders. And […]
I missed Canterbury Tales day in AP English. I missed Canterbury Tales day in college, too. In fact, I’m ashamed to admit that the closest I’ve come to Chaucer’s widely celebrated work is downloading it (for free!) on my Kindle, and feeling satisfied to include it my library titled “Classics…. To Read Later.”
In which the expression “I Do” can be applied everywhere but the most obvious place. Glee generally goes for the obvious with its titles, and “I Do” certainly can be read that way. However, since Emma “didn’t”, it forces a little extra perception about who, in fact, said “I do” in the hour, and to whom.