Hussein Chalayan's Gravity Fatigue, Sadler's Wells, review: At last, movement and a sense of theatre take the spotlight
Baja las escaleras y ve a la sala 64. Allí está este cuadro ¿Qué crees qué pasa? Los que están contra la pared están muy iluminados ¿Qué objeto les está alumbrando tanto? Mira el título del cuadro y busca otro que cuente un acontecimiento de un día antes. Míralos bien y piensa que crees que ha pasado (¡Puedes compartirlo!), Luego pregúntale a tus padres la historia o buscadlo por Internet.
A federal court rules Secular Humanists should enjoy the same rights and protections granted to Christians and members of other religious groups.
Chapter 17: The case began and Mr. Heck Tate was testifying. Mr. Tate said the incident happened the night of November twenty-first. He claimed he found Mayella lying on the floor and she was pretty beaten up. When asked, Mayella said it was Tom Robinson who hurt her. Atticus asked if a doctor was called and no one was called. There were claims Mayella was beaten around the head and bruises on her arms. A black eye was coming on her right eye. More questions were thrown around in the court…
‘Mount Olympus, To glorify the cult of the Tragedy’ : Jan Fabre’ s 24 hour groundbreaking performance now in Roma at Teatro Argentina.
Costume by Thierry Mugler for Hecate, worn by Catherine Sauval in Macbeth, directed by Jean-Pierre Vincent, Avignon Festival Comédie-Françai...
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Georgina and George). West End. Costume design by Mark Thompson.
Amazing set on the Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger production, A Matter of Life and Death (1946)