I just watched the musical version of The Prince of Egypt. And WOW. What an experience it was. It was at the Dominion Theatre in london.
I watched the animated film so many times. It’s a masterpiece. So I was excited to see the musical version. It didn’t disappoint. It was epic.
The actors were phenomenal. The choreography was mesmerising. The dancers were pretending to be water, sand, and fire. The way they moved along the ground and threw themselves in the air. Their athl
From 'Macbeth' to 'Romeo and Juliet', I found the plays of William Shakespeare fascinating since I was a kid. It was a round that time I learned the art of tragedy, playwriting, and that not every story had a happy ending. It was bitter pill to swallow. But I loved it, I learned something important. There is so much that tragedy can teach us.
When I read 'The Birth of Tragedy' by Friederich Nietzsche, my understanding of it was that the Ancient Greeks used art and culture