I enjoyed watching this chess-themed coming-of-age, based-on-a-true-story movie with my son today. Good storytelling and cinematography. I liked the bit during the closing credits when we saw the real people alongside the actors who portrayed them.
A student in my “American Literature: 1915-Present” class used the medium of a 2D graphic adventure game to deliver her multimodal final project. (Students also wrote a traditional term paper.) You are the cameraman of a new TV show based on Thornton Wilder’s “The Skin of Our Teeth.” But things quickly go downhill when a mysterious criminal shows up and takes over the set. Unexpected faces and scenarios appear at…
Peter looks forward to his Wednesday evening visits to the Monroeville Chess club. (Last one until mid-January.)
Here is the transcript the girl provided, of her pun battle with my former student and Stage Right’s resident lyricist & character actor Greg Kerestan.