At a panel discussion at The Grand Theatre on Thursday, playwright Trina Davies said that the distinctive difference between theatre and film is that the experience of a live performance is co-created with the audience. At the movies, the actors don’t know you are there. There is no relationship whatsoever. In theatre, the experience is …
To say that a quantitative proposition is superior to a qualitative proposition would itself appear to be a qualitative assertion. Discuss.
Dennis Garnhum, Artistic Director at The Grand Theatre, on why the live stage is important for civics and community.
I have learned much from people who have said little. The value of words has nothing to do with their quantity.
What makes you you?
When you hear someone scream, “Don’t touch me!” in a parking lot late at night, what do you do?
The only thing more important than what you say is what other people hear when you speak.
There are two ways of seeing everything.