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  • myreplyis .com

    myreplyis .com asked in Performing Arts 31st Jul '17:

    As performing artists, are comedians recognized for the role they play in national politics?.
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  • myreplyis .com

    myreplyis .com asked in Performing Arts 11th May '17:

    Are Chinese artists influenced by Western artists, or is it,Western artists are more influenced by Chinese art, what is your opinion please?.
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  • Silvy Panet-Raymond

    Silvy Panet-Raymond replied 28th Apr '17:

    How would you describe the difference between performance and theater?.
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  • myreplyis .com

    myreplyis .com asked in Performing Arts 10th Apr '17:

    As an artist, how do you rely on your instinct while performing?.
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  • HARALD FRIEDL

    HARALD FRIEDL replied 3rd Oct '16:

    British playwright William Archer (1856-1924) said, "Drama is anticipation mingled with uncertainty". Please share your favorite Drama?. Is there a lesson to learn from it?.
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  • Jeremy Nasmith

    Jeremy Nasmith replied 6th Jan '15:

    Dance? I am tired of new, modern, contemporary, post modern or any term that sits next to the word dance with a timeline. How about a new way to say dance with the a timeline that makes what ever is created trendy and out of touch within minutes. How would you describe making dance in a 2015 perspective with out using a time word.
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  • JB Dela Cruz

    JB Dela Cruz replied 7th Oct '14:

    As a professional in the entertainment industry, please choreograph for us an ideal day as you prepare for an upcoming performance.
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  • Brendan McCall

    Brendan McCall replied 20th Apr '14:

    What advice would you communicate to a colleague, who on the job, is happy to be moaning all the time?.
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  • Heather Buttle

    Heather Buttle replied 4th Feb '13:

    In real life, body language and facial expressions are very important factors in communication. With puppets; which mostly have fixed facial expressions, and exaggerated body language, what DO YOU BELIEVE makes a PUPPET so effective in delivering humane emotions? What makes a puppet able to entertain even grownups into believing and interacting with it as if it was alive, when performing on stage.
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