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Textural Videogames: Universes of Emotional Experience By Playing The Game
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In 2014, Playing The Game presented the third edition of its yearly event within Pirelli HangarBicocca’s prestigious area. The core of the event was a selection of videogames belonging to a... More > 30-year span of time that defied the most typical videogame criteria: the accumulation of points and the passing of levels. The book “Textural Videogames: Universes of Emotional Experience” includes interviews carried out with independent videogames developers whose works were exhibited at the HangarBicocca together with a section dedicated to critical essays. With this work, Playing The Game wants to be at the forefront in witnessing the new perspective through which the videogame is looked at, one perfectly represented by the thriving production of independent videogames that go beyond the cultural imperative of the accumulation of points to become environmental software, emphasizing exploration and experience.< Less
2016 Calendar Illustrations v.2 By Gifted at Play
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This calendar was put together to promote Gifted at Play, LLC products and services.These drawings highlights our location, community and program services in the village Monticello located in the... More > town of Thompson, Sullivan County, New York, United States. The village was named after the residence of Thomas Jefferson.< Less
Dancing With Nature By Playing Dragon
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A little girl’s world shatters when her parents split up. Left to see her mother only for short visits, the girl often cries herself to sleep. But when her father marries another woman,... More > everything changes for the girl.   One day, after her mother and stepmother argued, the little girl’s mother disappears what seems like forever. Now in the care of her strict stepmother, the girl daydreams about her mother all the time. She searches for her in the grocery store. She thinks about her when she eats her cereal. She cries for her when she is alone. Sadly, the little girl must face the realization that her mother may never come back. With no one to turn to for help, the girl soon finds comfort in the beauty of the natural world as the trees, flowers, and ocean inspire her to live with joy, dance, and dream again.   Dancing With Nature is the touching story of a sad little girl from a broken home that discovers inspiration and happiness through her beautiful surroundings.< Less
Dancing With Nature By Playing Dragon
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A little girl’s world shatters when her parents split up. Left to see her mother only for short visits, the girl often cries herself to sleep. But when her father marries another woman,... More > everything changes for the girl.   One day, after her mother and stepmother argued, the little girl’s mother disappears what seems like forever. Now in the care of her strict stepmother, the girl daydreams about her mother all the time. She searches for her in the grocery store. She thinks about her when she eats her cereal. She cries for her when she is alone. Sadly, the little girl must face the realization that her mother may never come back. With no one to turn to for help, the girl soon finds comfort in the beauty of the natural world as the trees, flowers, and ocean inspire her to live with joy, dance, and dream again.   Dancing With Nature is the touching story of a sad little girl from a broken home that discovers inspiration and happiness through her beautiful surroundings.< Less
The Quiney Affair By A play by Reg Mitchell
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An award-winning drama performed to great acclaim at the Royal Shakespeare Company’s The Other Place in 2004 and, a one-act version in the RSC’s Fringe Festival of 1997, and a winner in... More > the 1999 West Midland Arts New Writing Festival: ‘A highly accomplished work ... virtually faultless ... provides three substantial roles for women, much more challenging than are found in modern stage drama.’ The Soho Theatre reviewer: ‘incredibly absorbing and entertaining. Warm and unexpectedly moving. Wonderful play, credible characters and dialogue with a very emotional ending out of the blue’.< Less
The Quiney Affair By A play by Reg Mitchell
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An award-winning drama performed to great acclaim at the Royal Shakespeare Company’s The Other Place in 2004 and, a one-act version in the RSC’s Fringe Festival of 1997, and a winner in... More > the 1999 West Midland Arts New Writing Festival: ‘A highly accomplished work ... virtually faultless ... provides three substantial roles for women, much more challenging than are found in modern stage drama.’ The Soho Theatre reviewer: ‘incredibly absorbing and entertaining. Warm and unexpectedly moving. Wonderful play, credible characters and dialogue with a very emotional ending out of the blue’.< Less
Plays By Dennis Thurston
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Plays By Susan Glaspell
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TRIFLES First performed by the Provincetown Players at the Wharf Theatre, Provincetown, Mass., August 8, 1916. GEORGE HENDERSON (County Attorney) HENRY PETERS (Sheriff) LEWIS HALE, A neighboring... More > farmer MRS PETERS MRS HALE SCENE: The kitchen is the now abandoned farmhouse of JOHN WRIGHT, a gloomy kitchen, and left without having been put in order—unwashed pans under the sink, a loaf of bread outside the bread-box, a dish-towel on the table—other signs of incompleted work. At the rear the outer door opens and the SHERIFF comes in followed by the COUNTY ATTORNEY and HALE. The SHERIFF and HALE are men in middle life, the COUNTY ATTORNEY is a young man; all are much bundled up and go at once to the stove. They are followed by the two women—the SHERIFF's wife first; she is a slight wiry woman, a thin nervous face. MRS HALE is larger and would ordinarily be called more comfortable looking, but she is disturbed now and looks fearfully about as she enters.< Less