I cannot hear it now, yet I know that far away to the south, all alone beneath the sands, it is still pounding out its vain, frantic appeal.
For all those dragging days my mind was a whirl of mad conjecture, of frantic hope, of numbing fear.
Cornelius uttered a cry of horror, and in the agony of his frantic
terror knocked with his hands and feet at the door so violently and continuously, that Gryphus, with his huge bunch of keys in his hand, ran furiously up.
In turn, at night on deck, wriggling her toes at him under a rug to simulate some strange and crawling creature of an invader, he would dare to simulate his own befoolment and quite disrupt Villa's bed with his frantic
ferocious attack on the thing that he knew was only her toes.
He sat aloft and denounced their frantic
leaps, plunges, dives and straddles.
In any given year, I get Frantics and freelance maybe theater maybe an advert or a pop video.
"Stockholm," by Bryony Lavery ("Frozen"), is the latest piece from Frantic Assembly, the company 36-year-old Hoggett founded in 1994 with co-director and co-choreographer Scott Graham.
Frantic Assembly has a youthful audience other theater organizations would kill for.
No longer being onstage has given them freedom to pursue freelance careers alongside their Frantic Assembly commitments.
Clearly, I have signature moves--I know because my friends do Frantic impressions for me and there is a methodology, a certain quality of movement.