Posts Tagged with Politics

Ripples of Hope

Fuelled by the absence of vision in the Westminster politics of 2020, this practise podcast is an overly sentimental recording of a brief excerpt from Senator Robert F. Kennedy’s address to students during the Day of … Continue reading

Same same, but different

Senator Joseph McCarthy is the recognisable face of a wretched four-year period in the United States that was known as the Second Red Scare. Starting in 1950 with his accusation in a speech that the US … Continue reading

Geography over Time

As someone with a broad range of interests and precious little depth, I have a bookshelf and a concentration span to match. A quick check online reveals that since signing up to Amazon in 2001, … Continue reading

Four Player

One of the more useful frameworks that I refer to in my work is the four-player model, part of the theory of structural dynamics created by David Kantor, an American systems psychologist, whose work was first … Continue reading

Trompe-l’œil

In a second year project at drama school many years ago, I struggled with Jean Genet’s The Balcony*, a play so strange that my fellow drama students and I never actually worked out if it … Continue reading