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The Snow Queen Gets Her Big Break

I’m neck deep into creating our new shadow show for a local event that is spectacular. A National Trust property called Anglesey Abbey, with beautiful gardens all around, opens the gardens at night and lights about a mile-a-half walk through … Continue reading

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The Jester Goes to College

“Troll sat alone on a seat of stone, And munched and mumbled a bare old bone. For many a year he’d gnawed it near, For meat was hard to come by Done by Gum by In a cave in the … Continue reading

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May Balls in June

I was once told you don’t ask “why” in Cambridge. You ask “since when?” Cambridge is full of funny little academic traditions and peculiarities but most of them cannot be explained to us mortals. At least not exactly why. But … Continue reading

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The Voyage of Eustace

Two years ago I had a conversation with friend and CS Lewis scholar “C.S. Lazo.”—I’m reminded of this conversation as I have recently had the privilege of fellowshipping with friends from the C.S. Lewis Foundation (Lazo among them), which has … Continue reading

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Shadow Lands

  The last few weeks, as a freelance artist, I’ve been very busy with an upcoming show. You can get a few details at my site http://www.infusionphysicaltheatre.net But for a mini behind-the-scenes picture tour of this Shadow Theatre extravaganza, you have … Continue reading

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Low Fat Mime Dinners You Can Serve Your Friend

I finally hit the streets again after a several-week break. The students are back for their first term of the year here in Cambridge, and City Centre is once again bustling with life. I wasn’t sure how it would go—college … Continue reading

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Another Mime Tale

Sometimes doing street work someone casts a little hate on you. It happens a lot when you mime in the United States. (I’ve heard all kinds of derogatory comments from “Mime’s suck!” to “All mimes should be shot!”) I suppose … Continue reading

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