In message <email@example.com>, krw <***@whitnet.uk> writes:
>has a huge range of skills:
>Lecoq, Laban, Stanislavsky, Clowning, African Dance-Contemporary,
>African Dance-Traditional, Alto, Butoh Dance (Japan), Choreography,
>Dance (general), Drums-African, Drums-Djembe, Harmony Singing, Kizomba,
>Latin American, Waltz, ADR-Additional Dialogue Recording, BASSC-Rapier,
>Dagger & Unarmed (pass), Corporate Roleplay, Live Roleplay, Mask,
>Outdoor Performances, Physical Theatre, Professional Dancer,
>Professional Singer, Radio Drama, Recording Artist, Role Play, Story
>Telling, Pilates, Yoga,DBS (CRB) clearance, Devising, Drama Workshop
>Leader, Improvisation, Narration, Story Telling
>Good to see Radio drama made it in there.
>She is Mogali Masuku
Hmm. Methinks the lady doth protest too much - or, rather, her agent is
over-egging the pudding. There are several groupings there: [dance
(assorted)]; [Alto, Professional Singer]; [Corporate Roleplay, Live
Roleplay, and Role Play]; [Additional Dialogue Recording, Radio Drama,
Recording Artist]; [Narration, Story Telling]; ...
Not that I don't doubt she can do all these things, and I do see tiny
distinctions between some of them - but I do think the above list is
ill-advised, for the reason I have given.
Her character in Ambridge is IMO well-written and well-acted: not too
likeable (though I'd give a lot of latitude to anyone who has to have
Kate as a mother!), typical teenager of a certain sort.
J. P. Gilliver. UMRA: 1960/<1985 MB++G()AL-IS-Ch++(p)***@T+H+Sh0!:`)DNAf
Radio 4 is one of the reasons being British is good. It's not a subset of
Britain - it's almost as if Britain is a subset of Radio 4. - Stephen Fry, in
Radio Times, 7-13 June, 2003.