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performances of RambaZamba RambaZamba 4 – a theatre company (founded in 1991), which consists of actors with intellectual disabilities. She discovered that this was something that she wanted to do in life. Justyna was fascinated with RambaZamba RambaZamba and therefore decided that she was

In: Disability and Dissensus: Strategies of Disability Representation and Inclusion in Contemporary Culture
Chapter 6 Final Reflections

thinking in the traditional sense but by responding from a more knowing sense, through our actions we were able to apply some of the concepts that de Ruiter (2015) speaks of in his book, The Intelligence of Love . These concepts have to do with true relationship and living from the heart: “Your mind

In: Expressive Arts Education and Therapy
Author: Janne Tapper

the opposite of necessities by which human mind idealizes permanent structures (see Michelman 2010, 106, 235–236). French philosopher and author Albert Camus argues that people idealize reasons to make life worth living; people cannot endure a lucid groundlessness of existence (1990, 1–9). He notes

In: Theatre Scandals
Author: Richard Murphet

ready for love, reaching out to any object, person or action as a means of giving her desire the means to express itself, and to form something constructive in her life as a woman. Driven by the need to maintain desire rather than to satisfy it, neither she nor her fellow players can truly satisfy their

In: Acts of Resistance in Late-Modernist Theatre
Chapter 5 Small Group Harvesting

our humanity. We celebrate this range when we cook, when we choose what to wear, when we do some volunteer work. I do not wish to isolate the arts as being separate from or greater than the rest of life and living. The arts are surely a vibrant context for playing with the range of what and who we are

In: Expressive Arts Education and Therapy
Author: Willmar Sauter

her portrayal of the Egyptian Queen, an outrageous sum that had never hitherto been paid to movie stars. 1 During the shooting, Elizabeth Taylor, living in a suite of the Dorchester Hotel in London, fell ill and was finally taken to hospital by ambulance, but only after the world’s gossip press had

In: Theatre Scandals
Author: Eleni Zyga

the main issues depicted as the effects of the crisis. 6 Appendix: Presentation of the Films 6.1 45m 2 The theme of Stratos Tzitzis’ film is the struggle of a 23-year-old girl (Christina) in overcoming financial constraints, which prevent her from living the life she desires. With

In: Crisis’ Representations: Frontiers and Identities in the Contemporary Media Narratives
Author: Maria Tsakiri

engage viewers with a range of ‘tutorials’ on different ways of looking at disabled bodies, bringing disabled people’s life stories closer to the audience. This interaction, although virtual and mediated, allows viewers to become more familiar with the presence and actions of disabled bodies. 2

In: Disability and Dissensus: Strategies of Disability Representation and Inclusion in Contemporary Culture

the last two decades strengthening the influence of religion on state institutions and social life in Turkey 21 ( Shukri and Hossain 2017 ). Consequently, social conservatism in Turkey became synonymous to Islamic values. The Arab Uprising has been considered as a chance for Turkey in order to

In: Crisis’ Representations: Frontiers and Identities in the Contemporary Media Narratives
Editor: Jan Bloemendal

brings people’s moral consciousness to right reason. This consciousness should bring people to a perfect way of life, which is called Bliss. […] non est poetices finis imitatio, sed doctrina iucunda, qua mores animorum deducantur ad rectam rationem, ut ex iis consequatur homo perfectam actionem, qua

In: Daniel Heinsius, Auriacus, sive Libertas saucia (Orange, or Liberty Wounded), 1602