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The above list of dramatic elements is based on those used in senior drama studies in Victoria, as this website originates from Melbourne. Its origins stem from the list originally being published by the Victorian curriculum authority in the early 90s, but to this day without descriptors (to change in 2014). Brad Haseman’s Dramawise is a great book, indeed, and has certainly stood the test of time (24 years on). I have often considered expanding the above list to include different elements of drama studied in various states of Australia and different countries of the world, reflecting additional elements discussed by yourself and others in the comments to this post. One day soon, I may just get to writing up an expanded list with definitions. As a side note, the new Australian Curriculum has yet another list of slightly different elements of drama for us to digest from 2014 onwards. Thanks for your comment.

Union rules specify that a prop is any object touched by an actor, which means prop people have to think about the human side of the equation as well as how things look. They have to watch out for the safety and comfort of the actor at all times, whether that means testing cocaine or teaching actors how to use an AED. “A lot of the time you’re handing an actor something they could hurt themselves with, so you have to communicate,” Tillman says. This goes for common household items, like spray bottles of Lysol, as well as more dangerous props.


For a completely ASSEMBLED ark ready to gold plate, guild or paint, the price is $4,000 (this is delivered in a raw, white surface)   This represents over 100 hrs of work.  When you factor in the cost of the kit, the labor hours work out to be about $ an hour.  

FINISHED AND PAINTED GOLD ARK  $4,500 (this includes an automotive quality paint job in quadruble lacquered paint finish.  

A GOLD PLATED ARK  (NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE) This is achieved through a state of the art goldchrome technique. The finish is absolutely astounding!  This price is this high due to the extremely high cost of the gold plating.  A gold plated ark is EXTREMELY RARE.  There are less than 10 in the world.

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2/15/2010 - An excellent review of clinical studies on the medical use of cannabis and cannabinoids has been published by Arno Hazekamp and Franjo Grotenhermen. The authors summarize 37 different controlled studies in the period July 1, 2005 - August 1, 2009. Eight specifically involved smoked marijuana, all of which indicated medical efficacy. Conditions treated included chronic pain, HIV neuropathy, spinal cord injury, and Hep C. The authors add that at least 110 studies on medical cannabis have been published since 1975. So much for the notion that our drug bureaucrats need more studies on medical marijuana. Read the study.



Following the successful launch of the series yesterday, several members of the Star Trek: Discovery production team released a number of exciting behind-the-scenes images via their personal twitter accounts.  A selection of these photos are reproduced below, with special thanks and congratulations on their exceptional work to Olatunde Osunsanmi (Producer and Director), Aaron Baiers (Producer), Ted Sullivan (Co-Executive Producer), Glenn Hetrick (Makeup Designer), and Doug Jones (actor, Lt. Saru).  According to the ratings so far, million viewers tuned in to the pilot on CBS ...
















This final shot provides a close up view of the contents of Captain Georgiou's bookshelf, which is overflowing in its tribute to TOS ...




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