My Copy: 9780679745365 (image from bn.com) I've read Oleanna twice (being it's so short) and I'm still not sure how I feel about this play. The dialogue is full of clipped speech, pauses, and the like, very suitable for the stage, but when you get imagining it, it's surprising how fast things change. I think … Continue reading Oleanna, by David Mamet
I forgot the second rule of Exercise Club. The first rule is you don't talk about Exercise Club.... or rather you stop talking and freaking do actual exercise. The second rule is you don't do it out of the blue on a new machine. I haven't done anything truly cardio that counts as actual exercise … Continue reading Impromptu Exercise + Very Out of Shape = BAD IDEA!
My Copy: 9780684829579 (image from bn.com) I had a hard time getting through this slim volume because there was just so much to it. The writing style is pretty lofty for those who aren't expecting it, and the first few pages could throw you for a loop. I still got sucked in anyway, because it … Continue reading The Empty Space, A book about the theatre: Deadly, Holy, Rough, Immediate, by Peter Brook