NIM and LOU PT1

Last month, rehearsals started for the show “Eurydice” by Sarah Ruhl. I play a character with two personas – “Lord of the Underworld” and “Nasty Interesting Man” – in this professional production of an adapted ancient Greek myth called “Orpheus and Eurydice.” The premise of the play is as follows: a young woman gets trapped […]

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“Philosphy-ing” every day things

  Yes, Philosophy-ing isn’t a word. But looking into the everyday things through a philosophical lense can be eye opening… Stimulus material: Gregorian calendar Description: On the wall of every single classroom, office, home, and room all around the world one can find a small checkered calendar with numbers attached to them. This calendar has […]

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