Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Story image for lavish wedding from Toronto Life

Real Weddings: Christine and Luis

Toronto Life-Mar. 15, 2018
Christine Tessaro, the founder of boutique fitness studio Spokehaüs, met Luis Alfonsolo, a director at Liberterre Meat Co., through mutual friends in Guelph ...
Story image for lavish wedding from Business Insider

Photos reveal ultra lavish Kuala Lumpur wedding of ...

Business Insider-Dec. 21, 2018
Photos and videos have surfaced on social media of the lavish wedding between wealthy lovebirds Sara Fouad Saeed and Mohammed Dangote in Kuala ...
Story image for lavish wedding from India Today

Isha Ambani's wedding menu had these lavish dishes. See pics

India Today-Dec. 18, 2018
The wedding saw the most extravagant arrangements and a stream of A-listers attend the celebrations. From Amitabh Bachchan to Shahrukh Khan, Salman ...
Story image for lavish wedding from Express.co.uk

Why Princess Eugenie's wedding will be VERY different to ...

Express.co.uk-Jan. 27, 2018
"After Harry and Meghan's wedding and Kate's baby, which are stories which ... when they attended the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding in 2011.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

We will now give an opinion of Alexander Blok, expressed it in 1908:
"The question of the Director has become an urgent question of the theatre andeven
fashionable with the public issue. The Director is an invisible character,
which robs the author of the play, the author then specifies the nearest exit
behind the scenes of the theater (such exits are everywhere "in case of fire") and, following
that interprets the actors play according to their understanding, so the author,
who appeared on the show to see his work, often not
astonishment to utter a single word. However, the distortion of the pieces is already included, I
I think a habit, and the authors do not even especially are astonished" (a-Block.
About theatre works. -- L., 1936. -- Vol. 12. P. 28). This is the point
of view of one of the verbal line of the theatre.
Accordingly Blok underestimates the audience's role in theatre:
"when you get back to the auditorium, the charm of the falls, and see before
not even a crowd that, anyway, is significant, and I will
with each other exactly nothing in common. And it becomes clear, then, that
this the public exactly nothing done, her interest
only its own business and Affairs