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Trailer, Camille Litalien 2011 Utah State University

Trailer, Camille Litalien

Camille Litalien, MA, E-RYT500, RSMT

Physical, visual and theatrical, Trailer is a piece in which embraces the Americana inherent in Sam Shepard’s plays: the wide-open roads, deserted motels and seedy bars. A man and woman, stuck in their trailer, swept by the heat and dust of the relentless winds rolling off the endless mid-Western plains; they fight, argue, struggle to connect as they wrestle with their dreams...the All American Rock Star...the Perfect Home-Maker...the Happy Couple...Bound by the walls, their own insecurities and by the cloying restlessness of their relationship, they strive desperately to find way out, a way to realise ...


À Corps Et À Cru, Camille Litalien, Anna Martine, Rex Hawtin, Imogen Knight, Greg Bartlett 2011 Utah State University

À Corps Et À Cru, Camille Litalien, Anna Martine, Rex Hawtin, Imogen Knight, Greg Bartlett

Camille Litalien, MA, E-RYT500, RSMT

Image from the production "À corps et à cru".
Directed by: Camille Litalien
Created and performed by: Anna Martine, Rex Hawtin, Imogen Knight
Original Music: Bruno Billaudeau
Lighting Design: Martina Von Holn
Texts by: The company and Greg Bartlett
Special thanks to Jesse Saunders


Alexander Supertramp, Camille Litalien 2011 Utah State University

Alexander Supertramp, Camille Litalien

Camille Litalien, MA, E-RYT500, RSMT

In the summer of 1990, 22 year old Christopher McCandless left a suburban middleclass society, changed his name and set forth into the wilderness. Following this two year adventure through America, leading to his death in an old abandoned bus amongst the deserted, bitter cold landscape of Alaska. This work is devised from research, literature and interviews with the people closest to McCandless. BA Theatre Practice and BA Acting for Collaborative and Devised Theatre (2nd years) tell this story of discovery: the journey of a man obsessed with nature and willing to leave everything behind in his quest to be ...


Like The Rain, Camille Litalien 2011 Utah State University

Like The Rain, Camille Litalien

Camille Litalien, MA, E-RYT500, RSMT

This brand new uplifting and thought-provoking circus show takes audiences on a journey through cosmopolitan London from four different viewpoints. Using acrobatics, aerial work and juggling the characters collide and cross-over revealing Londoners’ emotional and personal relationships with the capital, set against the familiar backdrop of city sounds. Employing original and innovative circus techniques including the Chinese pole and the collectives’ own unique duo double cloud, Like the rain when it stops promises to be a cleverly choreographed, playful, amusing and entertaining glimpse into city life.


Book Review: The Organ And Its Music In German-Jewish Culture, Joshua Jacobson 2011 Northeastern University

Book Review: The Organ And Its Music In German-Jewish Culture, Joshua Jacobson

Joshua R. Jacobson

No abstract provided.


Performing Violence In Rotrou’S Theater, Nina Ekstein 2011 Trinity University

Performing Violence In Rotrou’S Theater, Nina Ekstein

Modern Languages and Literatures Faculty Research

Violence has a significant and varied role in the theater of Jean Rotrou. Discord and strife are natural to the stage and violence is one of the ways such conflict may be expressed. The inherently spectacular nature of violence makes it particularly theatrical. At the same time, violence pleasingly tantalizes audiences. In this examination of Rotrou’s entire theatrical corpus, I first consider the use of “real” violence, both on stage and off. More interesting and even more common is potential violence, which includes threats of all sorts, as well as fortuitous interruptions. Potential violence avoids the serious difficulties that ...


Elective Recital: Taylor Aretz, Piano, Taylor Aretz 2011 Ithaca College

Elective Recital: Taylor Aretz, Piano, Taylor Aretz

All Concert & Recital Programs

No abstract provided.


Webster, William Stewart Cross, 1844-1922 (Sc 135), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives 2011 Western Kentucky University

Webster, William Stewart Cross, 1844-1922 (Sc 135), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 135. Letter from William Stewart Cross Webster, Paris, Kentucky, to G. Fred Ziegler in Longon, England. Writing to his former Princeton classmate, Webster, a Presbyterian minister, tells of his pastorate in Paris, speculates on his future plans, including his hopes to marry, and gives news of other school friends.


Junior Recital: Elizabeth Leger, Piano, Elizabeth Leger 2011 Ithaca College

Junior Recital: Elizabeth Leger, Piano, Elizabeth Leger

All Concert & Recital Programs

No abstract provided.


Marshall University Music Department Presents A Guest Artist, Bret Hoag, Classical Guitar, Bret Hoag 2011 Marshall University

Marshall University Music Department Presents A Guest Artist, Bret Hoag, Classical Guitar, Bret Hoag

All Performances

No abstract provided.


Concerto Marathon!, Lehigh University Music Department 2011 Lehigh University

Concerto Marathon!, Lehigh University Music Department

Performance Programs

No abstract provided.


2010-2011 Elmar Oliveira And Friends, Elmar Oliveira, Tao Lin, David Cole, Lisa Leonard, Carol Cole, Sandra Robbins, Jeff Adkins, Marc Reese, Ralph Fielding, Aziz Sapaev 2011 Lynn University

2010-2011 Elmar Oliveira And Friends, Elmar Oliveira, Tao Lin, David Cole, Lisa Leonard, Carol Cole, Sandra Robbins, Jeff Adkins, Marc Reese, Ralph Fielding, Aziz Sapaev

Faculty Recitals

No abstract provided.


Reading The Story Of Miriai On Two Levels: Evidence From Mandaean Anti-Jewish Polemic About The Origins And Setting Of Early Mandaeism, James McGrath 2011 Butler University

Reading The Story Of Miriai On Two Levels: Evidence From Mandaean Anti-Jewish Polemic About The Origins And Setting Of Early Mandaeism, James Mcgrath

James F. McGrath

New Testament scholars, drawing on Mandaean sources to shed light on the Gospel of John, may have done more harm than good to both Johannine and Mandaean studies. Nonetheless, approaches to the Gospel of John developed over the past 50 years have shed light on the Gospel’s Jewish context and the clues its polemical emphases can provide about the time and setting in which it was written. J. L. Martyn’s suggestion that the Gospel of John can be read on “two levels”, telling us about the context in which it was written while telling a story set in ...


Integrity House: The Addict As A Total Institution, Kenneth D. Colburn 2011 Butler University

Integrity House: The Addict As A Total Institution, Kenneth D. Colburn

Kenneth D. Colburn

The Integrity House approach to rehabilitation is an apolitical, myth-oriented method reinforcing the pseudo psychological notion that addiction is exclusively the problem of the addict. Blame is placed solely on the addict; neither social ills nor any other factors share the responsibility for drug abuse.


How Teachers Need To Deal With The Seen, The Unseen, The Improbable, And The Nearly Imponderable, Marshall Gregory 2011 Butler University

How Teachers Need To Deal With The Seen, The Unseen, The Improbable, And The Nearly Imponderable, Marshall Gregory

Marshall W. Gregory

The article offers information concerning the teacher's approach in dealing with the students' issues in Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana. Visible, invisible, improbable, and the nearly imponderable issues are the variables of the student's educational growth. These variables include student's classroom participation, emotional struggles, and the teacher's influence with the decision of the students.


Lee Chapel: Lost Cause Artifact And Culture Shock, John M. Rudy 2011 Gettysburg College

Lee Chapel: Lost Cause Artifact And Culture Shock, John M. Rudy

Interpreting the Civil War: Connecting the Civil War to the American Public

I had the privilege to accompany a group of undergraduate students recently on a whirlwind tour of the Wilderness, Richmond and Appomattox. Our tour took us along the I-81 corridor on the way back to Gettysburg, so why not stop in Lexington for a Civil War two-fer. [excerpt]


Elective Recital: Joshua Condon, Piano, Joshua Condon 2011 Ithaca College

Elective Recital: Joshua Condon, Piano, Joshua Condon

All Concert & Recital Programs

No abstract provided.


Guest Recital: Benjamin Moritz, Piano, Benjamin Moritz 2011 Ithaca College

Guest Recital: Benjamin Moritz, Piano, Benjamin Moritz

All Concert & Recital Programs

No abstract provided.


Master's Recital, Kanade Oi, Albina Asryan, Crystal Yuan, Christina Riegert, John Pollock, Mauricio Villazon 2011 University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Master's Recital, Kanade Oi, Albina Asryan, Crystal Yuan, Christina Riegert, John Pollock, Mauricio Villazon

Graduate Student Recitals

Program listing performers and works performed


2010-2011 Philharmonia At Huntington Pointe, Lynn University Philharmonia, Jon Robertson, Seba Ali 2011 Lynn University

2010-2011 Philharmonia At Huntington Pointe, Lynn University Philharmonia, Jon Robertson, Seba Ali

Philharmonia

Performing Arts at Huntington Pointe presents the Lynn University Philharmonia Orchestra


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