Wednesday, September 17, 2008


This is a timely question in view of this week’s financial news,
On the World Stage!

THE ANSWER IS – OF COURSE NOT! The question itself is ridiculous.

For more understanding – SEE The FILM!

Sunday, September 14, 2008

When not Performing; we are part of the Audience

The audience is divided into groups by location, culture, sex, age, education, and other factors. Sometimes particular sections of the audience are similar as to these factors, and sometimes a particular section of the audience is composed of dissimilar spectators.

Audience reaction depends on the composition of the audience.

The Internet has joined together, by direct communication, people in very different sections of the audience allowing them to compare their thinking about the performance they are seeing. THIS CHANGES (and slowly homogenizes) THE PERFORMANCE AND THE AUDIENCE as it continues.

It also gradually changes the critical opinions of members of the audience –
And of the Performers.


In general, many of the best performers are in/on the stage(s) of childhood and young people. This is due in large part to their innocence, curiosity, and sincerity, plus not being overly inhibited by negative experience.

Every member of the audience is his or her own ‘art critic’ regarding each performer and each performance.

The French name for the drama is “c’est la vie”.

Above is a scene that I am particularly fond of. My title for it is:
"A Beautiful Bucket"