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Share a Story - Change the World

Performance by Lethan Candlish in memory of Michael Collins, a former professor of theatre at Bloomsburg University and a close friend.

The text used is untitled, written by JC Lee, another of Michael's former students, performed with permission.

Put to the music of "Clair de Lune" by Claude Debussy

Camera work by: Brad Smith

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Comment by Lethan Candlish on January 30, 2010 at 12:47pm
The story is the remembrance of a teacher/friend. I recognize, I am using the definition of "story" loosely, as the dramatic arc isn't as obvious, but with no clear definition of "storytelling" I feel comfortable doing this. The story is a collection of images that tell the story of parts of this man, example: "Ball cap and pipe, the sweet smoke of it issuing like the midwest, like the train that carried you here..." Also a story of a dialogue with a now deceased man watching over his world from beyond. A sort of Post-modern storytelling, I suppose.
Comment by Joanne C. Burns on January 30, 2010 at 11:18am

The music is beautiful. I don't get the story.




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