Some articles on open air theatre, theatre, open:
... Stand-up 2006 Regents Park Open Air Theatre Weltanschauung and Stories for the Wobbly Hearted Stand-up and story shows with Gavin Osborn 2006 Brits Off ...
... first acting job after graduating from drama school was with the Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park, in productions of A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Boys From Syracuse and Macbeth ... Her many theatre credits include As You Like It, Teechers, The Tragic Roundabout, Jumpers, On the Piste, Roots, How the Other Half Loves and Glyn and It ... Barbara Windsor in Cleo, Camping, Emmanuelle and Dick at the National Theatre, a production she credits as her first big break, which "open a lot of doors" ...
... Timothy Sheader became Artistic Director of the theatre in November 2007. 2009 saw Timothy Sheader's second season as Artistic Director of the theatre ... In 2010, the theatre presented new productions of The Crucible, The Comedy of Errors and Macbeth, which was adapted for younger audiences ...
... The Vondelpark Openluchttheater is an open air theatre with shows from June until August ... of classical music, pop music, world music, dance, musical theatre, and cabaret ... The theatre receives a subsidy from the city government ...
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“The poem of the mind in the act of finding
What will suffice. It has not always had
To find: the scene was set; it repeated what
Was in the script.
Then the theatre was changed
To something else. Its past was a souvenir.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)
“The attempt to be an ideal parent, that is, to behave correctly toward the child, to raise her correctly, not to give to little or too much, is in essence an attempt to be the ideal childwell behaved and dutifulof ones own parents. But as a result of these efforts the needs of the child go unnoticed. I cannot listen to my child with empathy if I am inwardly preoccupied with being a good mother; I cannot be open to what she is telling me.”
—Alice Miller (20th century)
“He who will one day teach men to fly will have displaced all boundary stones; the boundary stones themselves will fly up into the air to him, and he will rebaptize the earthas the weightless.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)