Shakespeare in Second Life : Staged Reading of “Twelfth Night”

Posted on June 23rd, 2008 — permalink

As many of you know, I’ve performed already in the first two “miniproductions” with the SL Shakespeare Company.

Currently, SLSC is putting on a staged reading of Twelfth Night. They are doing one act each weekend, with three performances of each act. Every time there is a different cast, and even when there are the same people they are reading different roles. I was in one of the three performances of Act I, and will be in a handful of other performances, although because of my schedule I’m not going to be in very many of these.

See the SLSC website for showtimes and more information.


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Public astronomy talk in Second Life, “Kepler, Newton, and Einstein: ‘Wrong’ Theories and the Progress of Science”

Posted on June 11th, 2008 — permalink

I’ll be giving this talk in Second Life tomorrow (Thursday) at 10AM PDT (in-world time). This talk was originally scheduled for last Friday, but Second Life was having serious problems at the time as a result of networking problems from our upstream ISP.

The talk will be part of the Dr. Knop Talks Astronomy series hosted by MICA. It will be at the Galaxy Dome in Spaceport Bravo.

Remember, basic Second Life accounts are free, as is the client software!

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