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Shakespeare's theatre as seen throughout it's history including a discussion of what it would have been like to be in attendance. To view the full feature, please visit:
Once in London, Barbara hooks up with DJ IQ, and the two go on a hunt for the best music shops in the city. Since Barbara is later making her DJing debut at a hot London nightclub, she and IQ must find the perfect record to accompany her. While shopping, Barbara sees some of the cityâs most famous sites: Big Ben, Tower Bridge, Westminster Abbey, the Globe Theatre and Piccadilly Circus. She even gets to ride the London Eye, which, at 500 feet, is the worldâs largest Ferris wheel. The view from the top of the Eye is pretty amazing; London is virtually laid out before Barbaraâs feet. Running around has made her hungry, so Barbara fuels up on bangers and mash â a traditional English dish â and heads to Lukeâs studio for her spinning lesson. Barbara spins record until Luke declares her ready for her big debut as DJ Barbwire. Needless to say, the evening is a smashing success.
* The Fantasticks at the Snapple Theatre.
* Laura Bell Bundy & Kerry Butler at Chance Theatre benefit.
* Benefit for the New Globe Theatre.
* 2008 Theatre Museum Awards honorees announced.
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Burning down of globe theatre
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on this date in history in 1613 the globe theatre burned down, slim pickens rodeo star was born in 1919, the artist paul klee died in 1940, kathryn hepburn american actress died in 2003, first beatles hit in the united kingdom in 1963 was from me to you with love, in 1972 the u.s. supreme court decided that the death penalty was cruel and unusual punishment though the case would be reversed four years later, on this date in history june 29, - www.myinboxnews.com
9-year-old builder Gordon Muhlestein briefly talks about using Second Life and OpenSim to explore what he wants to be when he grows up. We imagine with him on a machinima tour of ISTE, ThinkBalm, Eiffel Tower, Sistine Chapel, NASA, and the Globe Theatre.
A pan-around of Shakespeare's (reconstructed) Globe Theatre in London. We were groundlings, standing on the floor immediately in front of the stage. (Besides being cheaper, it's also quite a unique experience in itself!) This is where, in the 16th century, the peasants watched the show; those with more money sat in the seats encircling the stage. The show that night was the "Comedy of Errors." The only thing really spoiling the experience was the inevitable airplanes flying overhead.
It's 1599 and folk came from far and wide to hear Shakespearean scholar Dolgoruky Umarov and Globe builder Charlene Trudeau. Magnificent fireworks by Rosmairta and Scarlotti. Korrigan is in the purple period costume. Music by Tom Coard: 13 Pavan, The Funerals, Anthony Holborne. tomcoardgmx.net (Thom Dowd with Mitsie in Second Life). Alliance Second Life & the Second Life Library / HVX Silverstar / Bernadette Daly Swanson: librarians and academics volunteering for the Second Life Library
Olivia resides in New York City where she was born and raised. She has trained extensively in classical Shakespearian acting in New York at the American Globe Theatre, and in London at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. She began acting professionally in 2003, and plans to pursue a career in both theater and film.
It's the summer of 1994, and the streets of New York are pulsing with hip hop and wafting with the sweet aroma of marijuana. The newly-inaugurated mayor, Rudolph Giuliani, is only beginning to implement his anti-fun initiatives against "crimes" like noisy portable radio, graffiti and public drunkenness.
Two people, however, are missing out on the excitement. Luke (Josh Peck) is a socially uncomfortable teenage pot dealer with no friends, issues with his parents, and a whopping lack of confidence with girls. He trades weed for sessions with his therapist, Dr. Squires (Sir Ben Kingsley), whose much-younger wife (Famke Janssen) is slipping away from him. Squires, a drug-addled shrink with a hairline retreating to the back of his neck and a state of mind slouching back to adolescence, is an unlikely role model—but the two of them forge a friendship based on a mutual need: neither one is getting laid.
Propelled by an exuberant hip hop score, "The Wackness" captures the spell of 1994--a time of pagers, not cell phones; a time when Tupac and Biggie were alive but Kurt Cobain had just died. Funny and moving, "The Wackness" is an offbeat tale of two lost souls stumbling towards maturity.
A BlackTree Media Production
Produced by Jamaal Finkley
Personality Kitty Troy