Here is a link to the new shot menu! Go grab some! http://bit.ly/16A7PlK
@SparkleUnicorn There are lots of ways to get started; probably the best are those that only just push you out of your comfort zone a little at a time. Like a traditional date, but with a couple.
What have you tried so far?
holy crap, i got sent this by misake but whining and comlainig
sex is everywhe...paaword things review if its for u......
it will be easier to find pornography hardcore than flix
be happy they can get culure or a good lol atleast
sounds more like whining liberal thing or lazy parent thing than netfix. do everyone a favor, do your job as a parent don't watch it and leave people alone?
that being said, most is in badtaste but to each his own.... dont rain fecal sprinkles on everone else bcause u dont like something
I was wondering what kind of bad smell I should be wary about. I had taken my tuna out of the freezer last night and put it in the fridge. I bought it last week... I was finally going to prepare it and the smell was horrible. After cooking it, I couldn't bring my self to eat it so I chucked it. I would assume it shouldn't smell that bad... I'm I right for not eating it?
I don't know much about theater in Tampa. I only go when my gf makes me, which is nice because it's not very often. But the above makes me think this is one catty, unpleasant bunch of people with thin skins. Maybe theater peeps are just like that? A Tampa thing? I'm gonna have to distract the gf next time ........
count the hundreds who live in the woods along side railroad tracks where you can't get to them
Peter's new book is awaited with joy by lovers of poetry and his cool take on the world. I will be reading with him tonight in St. Petersburg at the USF campus, and feel blessed at the company.
As someone who lives on a corner lot next to a very frequented intersection, I'm definitely affected by the issue, on an hourly if not minute-to-minute basis, depending on the time of night.
But jail time?? Really?? That's a bit ridiculous. How much is it going to cost me to put someone in jail for 60 days? Plus, you're going to give someone a arrest record for loud music. That seems extreme. And $250 for a first offense...? Come on folks.
How about being able to cite someone as a secondary offense (police can cite if they're already being pulled over for another primary office like speeding or reckless driving) and you can fine them $50 for the first office, $250 for the second, etc. Or address it with car stereo stores in the city. There are plenty of alternatives to solve the problem than something this punitive and extreme.
Not one for beer, I'll vouch for Eric the cook. I tend to get the same thing over and over, because I enjoy it so much: fried chicken, wings, fried shrimp, thin crust pizza, or snow crab with a side salad. They are all excellent. We come from Largo, past dozens of beach restaurants with similar food, but the trip is definitely worth it. Not to mention the prices being so good too.
Tyler- I can't believe how talented of a writer you are. This article was beautifully written, it almost feels as if I was there. You did a great job of describing the venue, the audiences, and especially the performers. As a friend, I'm so proud, as a critic, I couldn't be more impressed with your talented writing!
Eeeeeeehhhh aaaahhhh, this is Sam Carollo, I am a legitimate business man, I resent the implications that I am involved in a Mafia which by the way does not exist in Tampa, it ended with the passing of Santo.
By the way Scott what kind of car do you drive...???
It is wonderful to see the KaBOOM! playground as a part of this transformation. I enjoyed working with Lena and the Tampa Heights community to match them with PNC to bring the project to life. KaBOOM! is always interested in learning more about communities in the Tampa area who can benefit form a KaBOOM! project. If you are interested in bringing play to your community please get in touch with me to learn more. email@example.com -Jen Anderson, Community Outreach Coordinator, KaBOOM!
Great interview! Give the interviewer a full time job! He's great!
Thanks for your response. I tried to make clear that the sex of the characters didn't change; we were playing with theatrical conventions, where something always is both itself and something else. That's why my statement about Shakespeare knowing the actors he wrote for supports and doesn't undermine my point. He also knew the theatre he wrote for and the audience -- none of which exists anymore. Very few people object to seeing Shakespeare indoors, with electric lights, recorded sound, with everyone (in most theatres) sitting in seats and so on. The playing conditions have changed, the prevailing theatrical conventions have changed. Some audience members understand and like the conventions, some don't like them. and sometimes they don't work. I think, on the whole, the fact that women played some of the male characters did not create problems for the audience nor undermine the play (Horatio was Horatio, not Harriet). Sorry you were t able to get there to judge for yourself.
Wow, wow and wow! I can see nothing but success in the Bay area theatre scene and I have been here a long damn time!! Among my first shows were a musical version of R & J directed by Vince Petty and a melodrama directed by the lovely Marcelle at Tampa Community (gasp) Theatre in Drew Park. It is now the XXX movie theatre located next door to the warehouse that used to be Gorilla. (I digress) Those were in '60 something, I can't remember that far back! I came from a high school where if the school musical didn't happen in the gym, nobody came! (I know because that's the one I was in!) What the hell! Get along for crying out loud! We have more than two theatres in town! We have sooooo many talented performers! Of course there are fewer crazy choices being made! HELLO!! Nobody has any money! Of course, it's being approached as a business (thank you, artistic directors). It wants to survive. We are not a Bay full of bickering siblings. We are an environment, we are fostering growth, we are honing skills and we should be damn proud of how far we have come! Mr. Leib, I support your comment that we are solid. But it is my experience as an actor, director and playwright that there are many MORE outlets for any level of performer now than there ever have been. And, off the top of my head, I can't think of a theatre that isn't fostering new work and performing it. In the last week, there were staged readings of three completely original, locally grown plays. We are still writing, it's a natural part of our growth. Given a little more time, those plays will start appearing in seasons. Bet on it. Meanwhile, there is YDP, TRT2, TampaWorks.....One Acts everywhere...
Tina: I did respond to the issues, in some detail. Please read more carefully. And I'm not uncomfortable with any dirty laundry -- there is no dirty laundry, that's my point. Yes, toward the end there I took some cheap shots at Annette, and I should not have done so, I am sorry I did. But she was saying some pretty ugly things about a community of which I am a part -- am I not entitled to respond in kind?
I find it amusing that you charge me with ad hominem attacks in defense of Annette, whose post was bile start to finish. You apply a rather inconsistent standard.
The assumption -- and by "sounds like," I thought I had made it clear I was aware that I was making an assumption -- that Annette was talking about Jobsite was logical, based on the fact that she was describing a company she had followed for some time and described them as "kids," which fits only the perception of Jobsite, and because that specific charge is commonly made against Jobsite. I did also address the issue more broadly, saying the charges Annette made applied to most small theaters (you really must read more carefully), but you are absolutely right, I do not know with certainty she was describing Jobsite, and if she was not, I surely regret having assumed so.
Plays under copyright are often now licensed for production with sex-restrictive clauses concerning casting.
You can argue about the rightness or wrongness of that, but it does reflect playwrights' concerns that it can be a very serious change to the work to have a female actor playing a male role, and vice versa.
You don't have to worry about that with public domain works like those of Shakespeare, of course. (No royalties on those, either! Yay!)
Women in the time in which Hamlet is enacted would never have had the relationship with him that men would have had. Women would not have been soldiers. Women at that time would never have been standing night watch with men; women would not have been out there at all. Women would have been in the custody of their fathers, or their husbands, or, as Hamlet himself suggests, a nunnery. Sometimes, it makes no difference whether you change the sex of a character. Sometimes, it makes quite a bit of difference, and can be at war with the suspension of disbelief.
It sounds as though the admission that "Shakespeare presumably wrote whatever words he did write with specific actors in mind" rather concedes the point of the prior post.
All this makes me wish I had been able to get to see this play.
I don't know if I agree with anything or anyone above, 'cause I don't know enough about it, but I see "Ned" is attacking a post for being "mostly leveled against" a particular group. However, the post he's responding to doesn't mention that group at all. Sounds like the comments are being made in a general way.
"Ned's" also pretty ad hominem, (or feminem, as the case may be.) That's usually an approach taken by people who are uncomfortable with the dirty laundry being aired. Why not just respond to the issues, instead of trying to attack your conception of the messenger?
Awesome job B.T.G.. Can't wait to get out to Florida to try it. I'm down with the Porter , but IPA, that's pussy beer. Also, will you sign my rack? See you soon, Jizim P.
Best of luck Jessica@
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