Category Archives: TTFO Creative Development

  1. Creativity…. what’s love got to do with it? (do with it?) – asks composer Peta Williams

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    February 9, 2013 by wandalusst

    Well, a lot, really.  Greetings, fellow TTFO travellers.  I have been thinking a lot about creativity as my own creative …
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  2. From the pen of guest blogger, performer Elizabeth Welch

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    December 10, 2012 by wandalusst

    I was early on my first day at TTFO school. I didnt want to miss anything, Having gone to similar …
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  3. From the pen of guest blogger, musical director, Jo Trevathan

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    November 26, 2012 by wandalusst

    Jo Trevathan, pictured, right, in discussion with the Musical Con-sorts. “I’m not sure if I know enough Robin…” “It’s ok …
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  4. From the pen of guest blogger, co-director and choree, Robin Laurie

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    November 25, 2012 by wandalusst

    I havent had such creative fun with a group for years. Here I am 66 years old, occasionally envying my …
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  5. From the pen of guest blogger, costume designer Alice Prowse

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    November 24, 2012 by wandalusst

    Research by mash-up? This is just some of the preparation our costume designer undertook as part of the creative development …
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  6. From the pen of guest blogger, performer Lisa Maza

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    November 23, 2012 by wandalusst

    Parting is such sweet sorrow… …even if it is only temporarily. Today was our last day, working on the Creative …
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  7. From the pen of guest blogger, lighting designer, Rachel Burke

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    November 22, 2012 by wandalusst

    “Instead we have unravellings and loose ends. For that is what life is….” Peta Murray- Things That Fall Over Cabinets, …
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TTFO, Things That Fall Over, concerning the creative development of an (anti-) musical of a novel inside a reading of a play, with footnotes, and oratorio-as-coda.