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Rehearsal Journal - KTP



Wednesday 6th March 2013
"Spending though provoking, discovery and creative time with the Madams who are Zena Edwards and Cherrelle Skeete and the Monsieur who is Sean Graham.........AHhhhhh (pronounced as if you have just sat down on the sofa wiv a nice cuppa) 

Exploring these ideas further, beginning to translate them into languages of spoken word and movement, investigating and questioning options of narrative, emotion and character and pondering creative choices with said artists..........NnnnnN (pronounced as if you were offered toasted tea cakes over crumpets with your cuppa, and you're not sure you agree but feel it would be rude to 'just' disagree)

Showtime arriving almost abruptly, pieces mostly at first draft-with a few tweaks and reworks here and some cutting, splicing and editing there. Going up with a strong scratch/work in progress thats really positively received and accomplishing powerful praise and encouraging feedback from a modest audience yet us peoples here knowing well full that more time money and support would REALLY have allowed this evening of work to stand up and be counted...........GgrrrrrrRRrr (pronounced as if the tea is 'Happy Shopper' and now stewed, the toasted tea cakes are cold and 'undertoasted', and the butter is tastless unsalted marg full of hydrogenated-'undisclosed' fats)

AHhhhhh-NnnnnN-GgrrrrrrRRrr............

Anger.

To be continued..."

Katie Pearson©

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