Monthly Archives: April 2016

In the Heart of Memory, Coincidental Reading, Photographic Moments, and The Vicious Deep

Dear Ms. Zoraida Cordova, I realize you are probably in the last pages of the deadline you needed to complete for your latest writing project.   I appreciate the time you took to fly to Mexico to spend time with us … Continue reading

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Fame to the Fifth – But What Is a Finale Anyway?

Yes.  I have been avoiding it for sometime now.  Yet, seriously, it has been SIX days since the last show of Fame and yet, STILL, are there words?  Are there the right words?  You can pull, push, tear apart the … Continue reading

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Fame to the Fourth and the Fifth…

It gets to be something beyond words when you get into the next to last night and last night of Fame, for many reasons, among many different casts and many different outputs of events. The fourth night emphasized the importance … Continue reading

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The Third Time is a Charm…in More Ways Than One…

April 21st – You have to wonder how much more can you say about one musical, one production, one show?  Turns out much. Up to this point, you have alot of individual comments that have been made, with much willingness … Continue reading

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“Two is company, four is a party, three is a crowd. One is a wanderer.” ― James Thurber

Two was DEFINITELY a crowd April 15th for Fame’s second production show.  No wonder, the night – when you can hardly find words to describe an event, you have something there.  Add to the fact that the Fame cast was … Continue reading

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Fame Firsts – Beginning a Discovery.

First nights are…nerve-wracking, full of anticipation, open a window of what is to come, and that is just what comes to memory first about first nights.   With the 2016 production of Fame, you have a cast, audience, and group of … Continue reading

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Commerical Break Agenda Amid a City that Never Sleeps!

Before we go on to the last group of artists from the IB Visual Arts Exhibition, I thought I’d drop a slew of events that are occurring this week and beyond in Mexico City!  Second Week of April Events for … Continue reading

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Puck is Alive and Well…in 2016…

Lunario’s As You Like It – never read this Shakespeare comedy, knew next to nothing.  Maybe even less that than.  Fine.  If the day was any indication – then maybe the night and the play from the London National Theatre … Continue reading

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The I B Visual Arts Exhibition 2016 – Take Two

Ceci – It’s subtle at first but, when you walked into the exhibit area of Ceci, the illustration take hold of you and recreate a studio in front of your eyes.  Being able to envision the profiles coming to life … Continue reading

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The International Baacalaureate Visual Arts Examination Exhibition 2016 – More Than Meets the Eye

Anticipation.  Heat.  Anxiety.  Nervousness.  Yes, is it possible to feel the exhaustion of working up until the night of an exhibition – even when students have been working all year on an exhibit?  Absolutely yes.  Many thoughts such as these … Continue reading

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