Does Nobody Understand? a performance based on James Joyce's Ulysses

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Adrian OConnell Films Copyright 2011"Does nobody understand" By Victoria AlexanderClips from the recent production of "does nobody understand?" staged in The Waterside Theatre, Jan 2011.Using James Joyce's 'Ulysses' as a starting point for this piece of work, the director - Giuliano Campo, the writer - Victoria Alexander and the second year drama students take us on a journey through the sub concious mind of the protagonist, Bloom - Contains themes of schizophrenia, sexual fantasy, bodily desires, adultery, mourning, all things that form the basis of being human9 minutes of Mixed Clips - total running length of stage performance - 1 hour 10 minutes"The myth of Ulysses represents the journey of everyones soul throughout their own lives. Living with full conciousness our own life is a work; our principal work, and it is fraught with obstacles. theatre is the place where we can explore and experiment this supreme work" -Giuliano CampoCopyright 2011
LanguageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 12 Feb 2011

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Journey
James Joyce
Odysseus
Protagonist
Fantasy
Experiment
Sexual
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Schizophrenia
Adultery
Writer
Drama

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