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Inspiration

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  Ok, so first let me say that I feel like my blog posts are so empty when they don’t have a picture…so enjoy a picture of my scribble/notes.  Now, as for what… Continue reading

Broken!

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What is the thing that “broke” my brain the most this last month? I’m not quite sure my brain was…broken. My mind was definitely blown, I’ll say that much. But, the thing that… Continue reading

A Process That Works For Me

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My “Process” started within my first few hours in Ireland – Joan, Kimberley, and I got lost…somewhere. I was fixated on that material from the word “Go”. I tried outlining my ideas…but I’m… Continue reading

– They Wanted Confirmation That They Were Incurable –

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The two minute piece that I have chosen for class comes from Frank’s first monologue, starting on page 7 with “And the people who came – what is there to say about the?…”… Continue reading

Creating a back story for Jessica Williams

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So, I have decided that my play will be about getting lost in Ireland and exploring the religious tensions in Ireland, while comparing them to America. I only have two characters in this… Continue reading

Finding the “Kernel”

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It’s almost hard to believe that we have been in Ireland for a week today. I almost feel like the week went by really fast…granted that could be because we were too busy… Continue reading

Armagh Miniature Street Sculptures: Gargoyles & Angels

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This post is kind of a follow-up from my post last Wednesday (https://armaghproject2012.wordpress.com/2012/07/03/gargoyles-and-angels/). I was, and still am, pretty determined to find all 22 of these little sculptures around Armagh. So, as I… Continue reading

Independence Day Abroad

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When it comes to the 4th of July, I’ve never had a set tradition aside from cooking on the grill. We went through a period of time where we lost a lot of family members… Continue reading

O’Casey: Mrs. Henderson

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At first I am drawn to the character of Mrs. Henderson because of the way that O’Casey wrote the dialogue. She’s constantly speaking for Mr. Gallogher, always asking him “am i right or… Continue reading

Gargoyles and Angels

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Yesterday, our first actual day of class, we took a walking tour through Armagh. It was a great opportunity for all of us to take pictures, see these landmarks, and learn the history… Continue reading