The Lake House (2006)  -How do you hold on to someone you’ve never met?

“There could have been no two hearts so open, no tastes so similar, no feelings so in unison”

Zabawna rzecz - im więcej czasu spędzamy w czyimś towarzystwie, tym bardziej zmienia się on w naszych oczach. Przyglądamy mu się, poznajemy jego rysy twarzy, ruch warg, kiedy wymienia pewne słowa, jego ekspresję. Najdrobniejsze oznaki zmiany nastroju stają się fascynujące. A potem ten ktoś zaskakuje nas, kiedy nagle zdajemy sobie sprawę, ile godzin spędziliśmy w jego towarzystwie, nie wiedząc nawet, że czas płynie. I dopiero wtedy dociera do nas, że staliśmy się najbliższymi przyjaciółmi. Wiemy o nim wszystko: kiedy zacznie czyścić okulary, kiedy włoży ręce do kieszeni i kiedy będzie się nam przyglądał, gdy patrzymy w inna stronę.
—  Aimee Agresti – “Olśnienie”
Two Announcements

Hey friends! 

So now that the dust has settled from the release of Episode 31 and we’ve all had a chance to listen to Sécurité, we have two announcements to make: 

The first is that, now that the cat is out of the bag, we are extraordinarily happy and incredibly proud to welcome Mr. Zach Libresco, Mr. Noah Masur, and Ms. Michelle Agresti to the cast of Wolf 359. The three of them are extraordinary actors and performers working in NYC, and they’re all folks that we have long admired and looked up to. After months of looking forward to the release of this episode we are very happy to publicly welcome them onboard as part of the team. 

For more info on Mr. Libresco, you can visit his Twitter, or read this interview about his work on the Letter of Marque Theater Company’s production of Double Falsehood. Likewise, you can visit Ms. Agresti’s website and Twitter. Mr. Masur is a man of international mystery. 

The second announcement is that the next full episode of Wolf 359, Episode 32, will be released on April 11th. Don’t worry, we’re not going anywhere - we will be releasing new content in two weeks, it’s just going to be something special. In fact, in lots of ways it’s going to be one of our biggest updates ever, and it’s going to include things that a lot of you have been asking about for a long time. So just know that you’ll have some more Wolf 359 content coming your way real soon, but it’s going to be something slightly different. And then we’ll be back to regular episodes two weeks after that. 

So get excited! Things are going to get very interesting from here on out! 

Forget Throwback Thursday—today is Maundy Thursday, which commemorates the final meal Jesus shared with his apostles in Jerusalem prior to his crucifixion. One of the most represented biblical events in art history, the Last Supper is the scene in which Jesus predicts his betrayal and Peter’s denial, and is also the scriptural source for the Eucharist, or Holy Communion.

See other versions of the Last Supper in our collection.

The Last Supper,“1578, by Cornelis Cort (after Livio Agresti)

Memoria - Wolf 359

I have only just started Wolf 359 a few weeks ago and I sped through each episode as fast as I possibly could. At first it was just, “Wow, Hera sounds like me!” and now it’s progressed to how much I can identify with her struggle, not just her personality. She has depression, like me! She has panic attacks, like me! And she has “corrupted” memories, like me! And yet, even when she breaks down, even when the voice in the back of her mind tells her she can’t do it, she does. She pushes through. She returns to herself. She faces the new day.

And that means that I can, too. It means that I can do this.

Thank you, thank you, for this encouragement. Gabriel Urbina, Zach Valenti, Michaela Swee, Michelle Agresti, and everyone else who has poured heart and soul into this amazing show.