She was keen to give the cast lots
of freedom and the fact they have no pre-show nerves is testament to her approach.
Over a millennium later, the Roman soldiers at Christ's crucifixion cast lots
for his garment, considering it a prize because "it was of one piece, woven from the top throughout.
A fabulous set, with a revolving tree stump at its centre gives the cast lots
of opportunities for running around, hiding from each other and takes the tiny Thumbelina on her adventure through the countryside to a swamp, a mouse's hole, and moles' burrow.
The modern countries of the Middle East are generally assumed to have been created when Britain and France cast lots
for parts of the dismembered Ottoman Empire before, during, and after World War II, says Zachs (Middle Eastern history, U.
What good was the building if it could not transform the debauched children who cast lots
on its very steps?
Dividing his clothes, they cast lots
to see what each would get' (Mark 15:24).