To suit the Action to the Word, the Word to the Action

  1. Below you will find: Screen Scenes (film, tv, etc.); Performance Skills and Advice; Shakespeare; Miscellaneous (Edward Lear, the man who grew a forest, zap your brain!); DF on-line
  2. Screen Scenes – relating to Film, TV, etc.

  3. Why the world needs Val Kilmer…
  4. Performance Skills and Advice

  5. GREAT OFFER for course I can highly recommend!

    “COMMEDIA DELL’ARTE COURSE 26-27 MAY @ BATHGATE // SPECIAL OFFER- VALID UNTIL 15TH MAY // ONLY £100 IF YOU BOOK WITHIN THE NEXT 5 DAYS. // TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE (Book with a friend and you will pay only £75 each!) // Don’t miss this opportunity! // Possibility to be part of our interactive exhibition at the Festival Fringe 2012!

    For more information and booking
    Tel. 07765 096709

    Spread the voice and invite your friends!!!”

  6. Shakespeare

  7. World Shakespeare Festival and a new sonnet for Shakespeare…
  8. Mark Ravenhill’s Sonnet for Shakespeare

    I envy you. Your world was new, unmapped,
    The language that you wrote in barely fixed;
    You were Shagsbeer or Shaxpeer – whatever
    Form your Will-full pen chose to take each day;
    Great continents of human thought and heart
    Were not yet owned by any national tongue
    And were yours to chart, conquer, describe, sell:
    You made an empire of our language in your Globe.
    And now we rush to patent every cell
    Of being: we brand ourselves with jingles,
    Every word we speak or write is trade
    And our little lives are ended with a deal.
    You taught us language and there’s profit on’t
    But still a greater possibility – to curse.

  9. Miscellaneous

  10. 12th May was the 200th anniversary of the birth of the brilliant Edward Lear…
  11. DF On-line


Comments on: "What’s been catching the DF Eye…" (3)

  1. Why doesn’t this web site operate in Chrome? I had to switch to firefox to see the information. Not a huge deal, but bothersome for someone that despises having to use firefox. I wouldn’t
    care, however I actually wanted to find out more.


    • I am sorry that you seem to be having problems, Jenny, but I only use this site in Chrome – with no problems – and have had no-one else mention this, so the fault is unlikely to be with this blog. All the best in exploring this!


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