A conversation between Dr. Jordan Peterson and Sir Roger Scruton, moderated by Dr. Stephen Blackwood, introduced by Professor Douglas Hedley, presented by The Cambridge Centre for the Study of Platonism and Ralston College, held on Nov 2, 2018 in Cambridge, England. God willing (so to speak) I will be staying in Cambridge in October and November talking with the faculty at the Divinity School there about the book of Exodus prior to releasing a new series of videos about that biblical saga. Relevant Links: Sir Roger Scruton Books: https://www.roger-scruton.com/books Professor Douglas Hedley (who looks every bit the part he is playing): https://www.divinity.cam.ac.uk/direct… Dr. Stephen Blackwood and Ralston College: https://www.ralston.ac/
|eva dorrepaal||Sat, May 18, 6:10 AM (2 days ago)|
Hooray! The first ten minutes of my new play have been created. Well… ahem… let’s say it’s a work in progress. I will perform this 10 minute excerpt at the 24th annual Lower East Side Festival of the Arts:
OUR FOUNDING MOTHER (working title)
With a criminal record and a vengeful ex-husband, Rachel Faucette attempts to keep food on the table and protect her son – Alexander Hamilton – from discovering the details of her sordid past.
Written and performed by Eva Dorrepaal. Created with support from the Susan Batson Studio and Hamilton’s New York.
I will perform it at approximately 8:44pm on May 24th downstairs in the Cabaret Theater, 155 First Ave at 10th Street, New York, NY 10003. It is the LES, which means sometimes shows are delayed, so keep that in mind. Entry: Free
II. Also free is a screening of an Edwin Brienen film to celebrate the release of the Brienen Blu-ray boxset: the five-film Blu-ray box set is now available at Amazon, Target, Barnes & Noble, Best Buy and Walmart. Sounds evil? Yes, it sounds downright evil!
“Brink’s five-film “Edwin Brienen Collection” is an invitation for extreme cineastes, if you will, to sample the work of a Dutch auteur, whose films can rightly be said to mirror those of Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Theo Van Gogh, Andy Warhol and artists associated with Brechtian theater. There’s no question that he elicits exemplary work from his small repertory company of fearless actors: Eva Dorrepaal, Esther Eva Verkaaik, Vivien LaFleur and Agnieszka Rozenbajgier.”
– Soiled Cinema
If you are not familiar with the work of this avant-garde Dutch filmmaker please join us for the screening.
7:40 pm – 8:57 pm REVISION – APOCALYPSE II
In a futuristic world where terrorist attacks rule daily life, forced chip implantation is commonplace, and government control is routinely exerted through manipulation of the media, Traci is haunted by an inner demon.
Starring: Eva Dorrepaal, Clayton Nemrow. Writer & Director: Edwin Brienen.
Here is the trailer:
The screening of Revision – Apocalypse II will take place during the Film Program of LES the Lower East Side Festival of the Arts.
May 25th @7:40 pm downstairs in the Cabaret Theater, 155 First Ave. at 10th Street, New York, NY 10003.
If you can’t make it to the screening, you can order the 5-film Blu-ray set at
And finally, what you all have been waiting for, the Eva Quiz:
1. Who was Alexander Hamilton’s mother, and how can her character best be described?
- An untamed woman
- An ex-convict
- A maverick
- A feminist
- It can’t be a Jane Eyre character if Eva is writing it.
- All of the above
2. What was her profession?
- A pirate
- A pickpocket
- A witch and sometimes a medium
- A writer
- A shopkeeper
- A whore
- All of the above
3. On which accusation was she sentenced to prison?
- Giving birth to a radical
- For reading Plato to the plebs
- All of the above
The first person that replies with the correct answer wins:
1st Prize: The Edwin Brienen Blu-ray box set. (Worth $34.99 + shipping!)
Consolation prize: Free admission to the Lower East Side Festival.
Hope to see you,
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Adam Braun’s thirty mantras
1) Why be normal?
2) Get out of your comfort zone.
3) Know that you have a purpose.
4) Every pencil holds a promise.
5) Do the small things that make others feel big.
6) Tourists see, but travelers seek.
7) Asking for permission is asking for denial.
8) Embrace the lightning moments.
9) Big dreams start with small, unreasonable acts.
10) Practice humility over hubris.
11) Speak the language of the person you want to become.
12) Walk with a purpose.
13) Happiness is found in celebrating others.
14) Find the impossible ones.
15) Focus on one person in every room.
16) Read the signs along the path.
17) Create separation to build connection.
18) Never take no from someone who can’t say yes.
19) Stay guided by your values, not your necessities.
20) You can’t fake authenticity.
21) There is only one chance at a first impression.
22) Fess up to your failures.
23) Learn to close the loop.
24) Change your words to change your worth.
25) A goal realized is a goal defined.
26) Surround yourself with those who make you better.
27) Vulnerability is vital.
28) Listen to your echoes.
29) If your dreams don’t scare you, they’re not big enough.
30) Make your life a story worth telling.
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The Story of a Transmedia Revolution: (Part 2) The Story Wars Posted by Peter Usagi The Rise and Fall of a Story-Showing EmpireBy Peter UsagiThe Transmedia Revolution has begun!
Which side will you join?
An empire of greedy corporate media cartels?
Or an ancient and mysterious order of storytellers…
Image via PanicpostersAfter years of study, I’ve come to realize that contemporary storytelling—books, film, television (and to a significant extent, even live theater)—are a completely passive medium. They are narratives that lack interaction and any kind of participation from their audience. These mass-produced mediums of entertainment are more appropriately labeled "story-showing,” then storytelling. People often wonder why there isn’t anything "new" in Hollywood. Why is it that every movie, TV show, and most popular literature, tastes like reheated "leftovers" disguised with some kind of mystery sauce? It’s because after a century of industrialization, we’ve become indoctrinated as a species of “story consumers.” We’ve been raised to passively swallow the shallow narratives presented to us in our extended childhoods; schizophrenic mythologies filled with stories that have no depth, meaning, or purpose–other than to entertain (or perhaps more sinisterly, distract). All of our modern entertainment (all of our stories) are almost entirely mono-active.Our “entertainment industry” is simply a convenient medium for a 24/7 multimedia stream of consumer subconsciousness—peppered every fifteen minutes with commercials, product placement, and other forms of materialist propaganda. Even traditional literature has become a victim to this malaise.
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