A new word has been coined. It is d-u-d-e or d-o-o-d. The spelling does not seem to be distinctly settled yet, but custom will soon regulate it.
A dude cannot be old; he must be young, and to be properly termed a dude he should be one of a certain class who affect the Metropolitan theaters. The dude is from 19 to 28 years of age, wears trousers of extreme tightness, is hollow-chester, effeminate in his ways, apes the English and distinguishes himself among his fellowmen as a lover of actresses.
They are offensive, because they blow cigarette smoke in the ladies’ faces and monopolize the bar between the acts.
Digital sets can take us to new fields of view, depths and perspectives that other design styles cannot. Often digital effects are used to give the feeling of a “live” environment, give the actor a stronger sense of control of their space or can even be used to create digital actors entirely. Both The Ring Cycle used and The Magic Flute utilized digital actors voiced or sung just offstage, while a computer interpreted and mimicked their actions onstage thru projections. Digital sets can then combined with box, unit, atmospheric (projection on fog is amazing), installation, site-specifc and collaged sets.
“The Ring Cycle” - Carl Fillion
“The Curious Incident of the Dog In The Nighttime” - Bunny Christie
What can you say about the Architecture of the Philippines? 🙂
Not much, but reading about it was like reading the history of architecture of my own country, Puerto RIco. There is a rich pre-colonial architecture that responded to the climate and resources available followed by Spanish colonial and American colonial eras. After WWII architecture is an eclectic mix of traditional mixed with contemporary architecture with strong influences from global firms that come in to design a project partnered with a local firm.
Tumblrverse, anyone willing to teach me a bit about this topic?