Theatre Zine


 

「Edo Wonderland」The Oiran of the Tradional Japanese Culture Theater by arcreyes [-ratamahatta-] on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Elegance beauty and finesse.

「Edo Wonderland」The Oiran of the Tradional Japanese Culture Theater by arcreyes [-ratamahatta-] on Flickr.

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Elegance beauty and finesse.

Festival Classique 2008 - Quirine Viersen by Haags Uitburo on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Celliste Quirine Viersen speelt soloconcerten met beroemde maestro’s als Valery Gergiev, Bernard Haitink en Zubin Mehta. Kamermuziek vertolkt zij in belangrijke zalen en festivals. Zij is één van de succesvolste solistes uit ons land. Het grote repertoire speelt zij zeer overtuigend, maar Festival Classique vroeg haar nu om juist met verrassender, onbekender repertoire te komen. Viersen maakte een hoogstpersoonlijke keuze uit het cellorepertoire, die ze vanmorgen in de stijlvolle Paul Steenbergen Foyer van de Koninklijke Schouwburg ten gehore bracht.

Festival Classique 2008 - Quirine Viersen by Haags Uitburo on Flickr.

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Celliste Quirine Viersen speelt soloconcerten met beroemde maestro’s als Valery Gergiev, Bernard Haitink en Zubin Mehta. Kamermuziek vertolkt zij in belangrijke zalen en festivals. Zij is één van de succesvolste solistes uit ons land. Het grote repertoire speelt zij zeer overtuigend, maar Festival Classique vroeg haar nu om juist met verrassender, onbekender repertoire te komen. Viersen maakte een hoogstpersoonlijke keuze uit het cellorepertoire, die ze vanmorgen in de stijlvolle Paul Steenbergen Foyer van de Koninklijke Schouwburg ten gehore bracht.

Fish Are Friends by Express Monorail on Flickr.

Fish Are Friends by Express Monorail on Flickr.

Krikorian Premiere Theatres by Caveman Chuck Coker on Flickr.

Krikorian Premiere Theatres by Caveman Chuck Coker on Flickr.

Tower Theater, Bend, Oregon by lyzadanger on Flickr.

Tower Theater, Bend, Oregon by lyzadanger on Flickr.

Roof by 96dpi on Flickr.

Roof by 96dpi on Flickr.

yogurinha borova dressed with ISSEY MIYAKE CLOTHES  in BLACK & WHITE by BLOODYGOLD by YOGURINHA BOROVA on Flickr.

yogurinha borova dressed with ISSEY MIYAKE CLOTHES in BLACK & WHITE by BLOODYGOLD by YOGURINHA BOROVA on Flickr.

Swan lake - 4 by Aleksandr Zykov on Flickr.

Swan lake - 4 by Aleksandr Zykov on Flickr.

Larval masks by Koen Cobbaert on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Playing with larval masks at “De Kleine Academie”.

Larval masks by Koen Cobbaert on Flickr.

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Playing with larval masks at “De Kleine Academie”.

Lucy Westenra from the play, Dracula by drurydrama (Len Radin) on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Annie Yenolevich, Drama Team producer and alumna recently remarked that popular culture seems to be obsessed with gothic horror.  She said that in the teen section of the local Barnes and Noble, “Everywhere you looked there was blood running down a neck on the cover of a vampire novel.  Why is America so fascinated with this topic?”
Annie, Vampires and their minions might serve as the ultimate foe, bent on destroying everything we hold dear, intent on quite literally sucking the life out of humanity.  Perhaps the slaying of vampires gives the reader or viewer reassurance that humanity will survive even when it appears hopeless that we cannot withstand all the insurmountable problems our world faces. 
Dracula was written in England in 1897 at a time when Victorian England was trying to hold on to its world-wide empire. Drastic changes in the British way of life must have been very scary to the average citizen. Gothic horror continues to serve a purpose now, as it did in England in 1897. It might actually give us comfort in a very scary world.
Len Radin

Lucy Westenra from the play, Dracula by drurydrama (Len Radin) on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Annie Yenolevich, Drama Team producer and alumna recently remarked that popular culture seems to be obsessed with gothic horror. She said that in the teen section of the local Barnes and Noble, “Everywhere you looked there was blood running down a neck on the cover of a vampire novel. Why is America so fascinated with this topic?”

Annie, Vampires and their minions might serve as the ultimate foe, bent on destroying everything we hold dear, intent on quite literally sucking the life out of humanity. Perhaps the slaying of vampires gives the reader or viewer reassurance that humanity will survive even when it appears hopeless that we cannot withstand all the insurmountable problems our world faces.

Dracula was written in England in 1897 at a time when Victorian England was trying to hold on to its world-wide empire. Drastic changes in the British way of life must have been very scary to the average citizen. Gothic horror continues to serve a purpose now, as it did in England in 1897. It might actually give us comfort in a very scary world.
Len Radin