The free event mirrors the popular television show "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" with games performed by the RLC Thespians
, as well as audience members.
Every year, the thespians
produce two plays in the fall and spring.
This identity between philosopher and thespian
is developed in Rokem's reading of Hamlet.
Hamlet also exemplifies the discursive practice of a philosophizing thespian
. Shakespeare creates dialectical relations between the distanced and engaged perspectives of an actor, who plays with the modes of existence and emotionality, both on the level of the drama's plot (as a character) and on-stage performance (as an actor) (71).
FORMED in April last year, Scouse band The Thespians
performed their first gig at Liverpool''s Mathew St Festival.
Deciding one way or the other has led either to there being or to there not being encounters between philosophers and thespians
. Rokem focuses on philosophers who sought out thespians
as their "other" or "missing half"; a parallel history suggested but unwritten in his book would assess how it could ever have been or seemed to be that philosophers wrote as though there were no thespians
issues worth either addressing or acknowledging.
Whittaker has assembled a collection of texts that lives up to its playful title, Hot Thespian
Action!:10 Premiere Plays from Walterdale Playhouse.
Playworks is a student writing program that was established as a tribute to Doug Finney, the long-time Thespian
Society staff member and Thespian
Festival chair who passed away in 1992.
"HERE, TAKE THIS," commanded the shrewdly contemptuous thespian
. Omen hesitated, but eventually abided to the onlooker.
And the property, located in a very desirable Greenwich Village neighborhood, has a lot more going for it than just its storied thespian
He is president of the Thurston Thespian
Club and a member of the Oregon Thespian
Student State Board.
Australian actor Hugh Jackman, famous for his portrayal of uber-macho superhero Wolverine in the X-Men films, assumed a different thespian
challenge by essaying the role of homosexual songwriter (and AIDS casualty) Peter Allen in Broadway's The Boy from Oz.
Yet to the shock of the theater community, British thespian
Goodman was let go after four weeks.
I would have welcomed it if Pope John Paul II--himself a competent thespian
of days gone by--would have exercised his dramatic instincts so that the ceremonial aspects of the College of Cardinals better mirrored his wonderful words.
First attempts at casting failed when the Thespian
playing Margaret Rutherford had to drop out of the production.