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Tony Kishawi’s Masterclass ‘Creating a Healthy Ensemble via Commedia role models’.

Creative Connections: The Currency of the Future Drama NSW State Conference Friday 10th & Saturday 11th May 9:00am – 5:00pm Bradfield College, St Leonards https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=462485& Renewal – Drama Australia Symposium 2019 INSTITUTE FOR MARINE AND ANTARCTIC STUDIES | UTAS IMAS BUILDING, SALAMANCA PLACE, HOBART, TASMANIA 7000 https://dramaaustralia.org.au/renewal/… – Tony Kishawi’s …

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Theatre Concert Orchestra featuring guests of vocalists and conductor from Russia

https://www.facebook.com/prosto.tuva/videos/159802598318408/ Tomorrow, December 16 at 17 00 in national. Theatre Concert Orchestra featuring guests of vocalists and conductor from Russia The “Brass Orchestra of the government of tuva” is the only one, because it was created in 2008 by a direct decree of the head of tuva Sholban Kara-ool contrary to the …

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Unboxing Set Of Seven Commedia Masks

Tony Kishawi’s Unboxing the Set-of-Seven Commedia Masks Hi Tony Kishawi here and I’ve got my set of seven Commedia dell’Arte masks in this box here. And I thought I’d do one of those unboxing videos that you see on YouTube. So this is what you would get if you ordered …

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Commedia Unmasked End-of-Year Offer

Commedia Unmasked End-of-Year Offer   Hi, Tony Kishawi here. I’m out and about on a Sunday afternoon. And I just wanted to make this announcement that we’ve actually got a new set of Commedia masks. Order Here: Discount Offer 2019 Leather Look set of Commedia masks Now, you know, I’ve …

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Review: Henry V, commedia-style, finds the funny but loses the tragedy

Review: Henry V, commedia-style, finds the funny but loses the tragedy October 23, 2018, by Tim Treanor It is worth noting that almost all the Shakespeare histories are tragedies, and almost all the kings whose stories he recounts are fools or knaves or both. The one exception (aside from the obsequious Henry VIII, of …

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