Hunters Meet Hotel
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... and revisited a few of the songs from past classes. We each got our vocal ranges tested. I was already fairly well aware of mine, although Richard said I should put on my resume that I can hit a High C. I mean it's there, but it's certainly underdeveloped and doesn't sound very pretty. My belt is coming along quite nicely, though, so that's cool. We ended the session with a rousing version of 'Do You Hear the People Sing?' from Les Miserables. I am also continuing with my ...
... with the group that did Elektra, got to talk about the stories of the plays as well as the Greek society that they were written and presented in, and how that context applies to us as actors and directors. Andrea as well as the heads from the other Masters courses, Matthew Lloyd (Directing) and Robin Sneller (Acting International), are there as well to fill in the gaps on what the student presenters don't cover. I realize that for those of you who do not have ...
... that we have late lunch at GBK, a burger type place (kids selection), which is very nice and even has a Kiwiburger on the menu. Gerard has sent all the laptop information by viber so we pretty much just have to go and get what is on the list. The GPS we have been told about too, so it's check a couple out and purchase. Everything has gone all ok, but taken way way too long !! Still at the end of ages we have a laptop (getting ...
... over the top. The whole thing adjoins the Royal Albert Hall also built and named in his honour. We skipped the nearby (and more boringly tasteful) Lady Diana memorial. The Victoria and Albert Museum is yet another London museum that was so large and covered so many areas that it was hard to comprehend. If there is an ancient artifact or a form of art it is covered here. We split up so that we could cover ...
... in Australia. Back along interesting streets in rain. Video light show on town hall.. Comfortable bed and Good night's sleep. December 4 Less humid. Breakfast next door then set off for Botanic Gardens. Hampered by back pain. Called in to Mitchell library to see the painted floor. Van Diemen's maps. Exhibition called Lost Diggers ' about Anzac soldiers in WW1. On to Botanical gardens. Wonderful, so many plants and birds. Views of the bridge. Oh to Opera house. Had a guided ...