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Reading Review- “Reality – The Final” by Michelle Ferreira

The world – the set of characters – that inhabit Reality – The Final is no longer made up of ‘sex, drugs, and rock and roll’, but rather a world of ‘plastic, drugs, and a TV show’.

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November Reading – Forgive Me For You Betraying (Brazil, 1957)

I participated on the OOTW Session led by Ramiro Silveira on ‘Forgive me for not betraying me’ two weeks ago via skype.  After initial introductions we read and discussed the play. What I thought was going to be a  discussion on the translation needs of the project became a discussion on the merits of producing […]

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