The History of the Theatrical Impulse; and Human Nature’s innate desire to tell stories

Tracing back as far as to the beginning of mankind, we have evidence that man has always had a desire to story tell. Over thousands of years the theatrical impulse has been used to enforce morals, teach/practice religion, foster understanding, create community, entertain, engage in ritual, comment on social norms and injustices, and escape; all […]

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Thematic Beauty to Encourage an Audience

I had to read a book recently for my public relations management class, Encouraging the Heart: A Leader’s Guide to Rewarding and Recognizing Others*. Kouzes and Posner, the authors of the leadership guide, realized that there were seven prerequisites to effectively leading through encouraging the heart (x). These prerequisites are: Set clear standards Expect the best […]

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Once Upon a Time

“Once upon a time…” you have definitely heard that phrase once or twice. It is always the beginning of what seems to be an interesting and exciting story and just with that you have opened the doors of imagination to a story that only you have the power of deciding its fate. How interesting it […]

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