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East 15 Acting School Theatre: He would like to thank his Mother and Father for supporting him to get to where he is today. Amiera trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. He has also appeared in a number of commercials and corporate videos.
His career has involved acting, writing, producing and working on numerous collaborative and partner productions in UK and abroad and worked with — Jatinder Verma, Badal Sircar, Shobna Jeyasingh to name a few. He has performed both nationwide and internationally at major music festivals and events.
He is a versatile artist equally able to collaborate as an accompanist or solo performer. He has worked with some of the leading exponents of Indian classical music such as: He has worked on musical recordings for fusion artists crossing over a wide spectrum of musical genres.
Trained in the authentic Indian manner, as the son of renowned tabla player, Ustad Hidayat Khan, Hanif has a wealth of experience as an acclaimed performance artist in his own right. Umar is an actor-musician who has trained in dance, physical theatre and improvisation.
Both Productions received fabulous reviews. In fact his theatre credits are too numerous to mention here but he has played in most theatres around the UK and productions that he has performed in include: Giles has been the Artistic Director of Nottingham Playhouse since His most recent productions include: Giles is also a playwright and his work has been produced widely in the UK and Europe.
He has a new play opening in Glasgow in the spring of He began designing for theatre in and designed the original production of The Kite Runner at Nottingham Playhouse and its subsequent UK tour.
Directing and film work includes: His music is broadcast and played worldwide through Audio Network. Jonathan has achieved a first class honours in music BAand was awarded a doctorate in musical composition in Jonathan is delighted to be bringing The Kite Giles Croft for a sixth time.
Other current projects include Macbeth director: In he left to become a freelance sound designer. Drew has designed extensively with Nottingham Playhouse on shows including: Other sound designs include: Recent movement credits include: Recent directing credits include: The Gramophones Whose Shoes?
He teaches for RADA. Collaboration Putting on a play always involves collaboration. The most important person is the director, who puts the team together, makes all the final decisions, and is the driving force behind the production. As the composer, the script and director are always my primary points of reference when thinking about the music.
What does the script say to me what sounds, tunes, emotions, textures or colours does it make me imagine?
With our first version of this show, for example, we had a great singer and his voice inspired me to think about writing songs to underpin some key emotional scenes. Even here, I can be asked to alter or move the song or music cue — and occasionally cues can still be lost for ever!
Tabla The next most important person for me in The Kite Runner is the near-omnipresent tabla player. Viram helped me find a tabla player — Hanif Kahn — and John took me through the very subtle!
Hanif went through every Indian classical rhythm thal, taals or talas he knew, teaching me their names, number of beats in each cycle, their tempi, and we went from there. It became slowly clear to me where to use certain taals and we started experimenting with variations, counter-rhythms and sub-divisions of the beat.Although revenge was a criminal offence in England, bloody, Roman-style revenge plays were very popular in London in the s; Shakespeare's greatest hit in this genre was Titus Andronicus.
By the time Shakespeare came to rework the old play of Hamlet, revenge tragedies had developed certain conventional ingredients. Hamlet deals with three revenge plots, all of which involve a son seeking vengeance for the death of a father.
In the end, though, the resolution of each revenge plot highlights the inadequacy of revenge. Hamlet's delay is what separates the play from other revenge tragedies; it's also what marks the play as modern.
Hamlet Please see the bottom of the page for full explanatory notes and helpful resources. In the play Hamlet written by William Shakespeare, several characters attempt to lure their foes into their death as payback for any wrongdoing.
This highlights the main theme of revenge in the play. Revenge is a constant theme throughout the plot.
Not only does it underlie almost every scene, but it also has a major effect on the story as a whole. In Hamlet Shakespeare deliberately sabotages the whole genre of revenge tragedy by creating a tragic protagonist who refuses, for reasons he can’t fathom himself, to play the stock role in which he’s been miscast by the world he happens to inhabit.
Shakespeare makes his purpose plain by juxtaposing Hamlet with Fortinbras and especially. THE SPIKE. It was late-afternoon. Forty-nine of us, forty-eight men and one woman, lay on the green waiting for the spike to open.
We were too tired to talk much.