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Archive for March, 2009
All the world’s a stage,
And all the men and women merely players;
They have their exits and their entrances,
And one man in his time plays many parts,
His acts being seven ages.
This year, following the collaboration started in 2008, the English Club members were invited to write some sentences about the Theatre by the Theatre Club in school. Here are some of their opinions:
The Theatre is not a mere repetition, for each performance is a complete surprise! Ana Rute
For me, the Theatre makes me fly into the world of fantasy and I can see all my dreams come true… Cátia
The Theatre is the magic of dreams. Daniela
The Theatre is a story of fantasy… with many actors and actresses. David
The Theatre is a “voyage” around the world of Fantasy. Edgar
The Theatre is a world of dreams. Inês
I like the Theatre, because it is a world where people can express their real feeelings. João
The Theatre is the poetry that comes from the books. Mariana
The Theatre is the dream of living in the Fantasy World! Sara
The Theatre is a way of expressing human feelings. Great actors and actresses can transmit the feelings of the persona. Theatre is an art of representation. Sofia
The Theatre is a way to Fantasy! Soraia
The theatre is the door to a world of fantasy and illusion, where the impossible becomes possible! Stéfanie
For me, the Theatre is a world of dreams, where everything is possible. Tatiana
The Theatre comes out of poetry books. Tiago
They were friends and foes
who played and fought for fun.
But when it came to the enemy
they stood together as one.
One morning they were surprised
a strange creature there to find.
Loud, noisy with strange scary ways
a being like that…seemed a ferocious kind.
Eager to befriend the new
an excited bunch toward it flew.
But lo and behold! What did they see?
the creature cutting their home on trees.
So sadly the mynas flew very far away
and have not returned to this very day.
Now…. where the green grass once grew
stands a cement jungle with birds very few.
By Malini Joshi; Illustration by Anup Singh