Tag Archives: Martin Dockery

NOTE TO SELF:

Why for you been dragging your sorry ass around like the world is coming to an end?  You’ve been acting badly, and you know it.  For example:  What’s up with all of the self-indulgent eating lately?  Remember how you changed … Continue reading

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TRUDGE, TRUDGE, TRUDGE . . .

There’s a little bit of monologue by the Jeffrey Chaucer character (played amusingly by Paul Bettany) in (forgive me my cougar fantasies) the old Heath Ledger beef-ish cake-ish flick, A Knight’s Tale:  “Ahhh, yes, to trudge: the slow, weary, depressing … Continue reading

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SIX DEGREES OF MARTIN DOCKERY

Imagine my surprise when I was checking on how many views my blog has had over the last couple of days, and I clicked on an URL for a recent visitor and was blasted over to the press/reviews page on M(artin) … Continue reading

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MINDING THE MIND . . .

Recently, for the first time since I started blogging (December of last year), I actually got 40 views in a day, which to veteran bloggers is probably pathetic, but to me, it’s like hitting the big time.  It looks like my … Continue reading

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epiphaneia

Good god.  From scanning some of my previous posts it has come to my realization that I’ve begun to sound like Woody Allen playing himself in one of his own movies.  Y’know, the hypochondria, the creepily minute details about mechanical failures … Continue reading

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A GUY AND A STAGE AND A CHAIR AND SOME WORDS

Two hours ago I experienced an incredible storytelling/performance at a local fringe festival.  “Wanderlust” by Martin Dockery recounts his five-month journey through the Sahara to Timbuktu in a dance of words and movement, at times frenetically comedic, at turns balletic and soulful. When I … Continue reading

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