Epistemysics

Some theatre each day keeps the doctor away…

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In a nutshell: genius.

Unfortunately I’m not in a nutshell, and probably won’t be at any point in my life, due to the comparative size of my body compared to a nutshell.

I’d like to think I’m still a genius anyways.  And modest.

Also: uni student; thinks he’s a good writer but is waiting for confirmation from higher authorities; known for his fatnasitc speling and…big…vocabulary; as poor as a concert pianist with hiccoughs; and doesn’t like Chinese Five-Spice powder.

Name? Adam.  Email?  epistemysics (stick one of those freaky ‘at’ symbols here) gmail (stick a period here – that’s a full stop, not a bodily fluid) com

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Written by epistemysics

May 29, 2009 at 2:37 pm

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  1. […] If you would also please note – this is a German play, and Master Change has two German Shepherds – surely this is taking method acting too far?  First you find yourself with one German Shepherd, then after a while you have two German Shepherds, then suddenly you’re invading Poland.  It is a slippery slope, this method acting.  (Complaints can be made to the email here.) […]

  2. […] santa suit left in a costume shop, so do I feel that this is a Christmas miracle!  (Complaints here.)  What is this […]

  3. […] yes, I realise there wasn’t a ghost in the play.  So if you were thinking of going to my About page to send me an angry email, think again.  Feel free to comment, though.  Abuse or […]

  4. […] NOTE: Libel threats may be sent to the email on my About page.  I’ll probably ignore them, though.  Unless you start off the email declaring your […]

  5. […] a theatre company is reading this and thinks it’s a good idea as well, my email is on the About page.  (And if you’re looking for a playwright, I happen to know one who’d be up for […]

  6. […] any more of you out there who suffer from this condition, feel free to email me (my email is on my About page) and we can help each other through these difficult […]


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