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Drama can be as realistic as life, yet life can be equally dramatic. It can be absolute and relative at the same time. It is the process of self-questioning; it is the simplistic repetitiveness of daily life; or it might just be the changing of seasons. In this complex and confusing maze called drama, we find ourselves constantly and persistently trying to revive our past dreams and memories. We fail repeatedly, but always find new hope after each failed attempt. Through this cycle, drama teaches us to appreciate the happiness we often take for granted. Drama can make us happy and content, it can enlighten us. Drama is an attitude towards life; drama is the interpretation of life.
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Liu Jiawei is a Chinese actor, director, and author. His academic achievements include a Bachelor Degree in Drama Acting from Shanghai Theater Academy, a Master s Degree in Theatre Directing from Moscow State University of Culture and Arts, and a Master s Degree in Multimedia Communications from Academy of Art University, San Francisco. His works include: Director of Confucius, by Zhang Guangtian, 2008 (Drama); Director of The Flies (1943), by Jean-Paul Sartre, 2009 (Drama); Screenwriter and Director of Moving, SF Bay Area, 2012 (Drama); Lead actor of My Own Swordsman, SF Bay Area, 2014 (Drama); Assistant director of Marianne s Birthday Show, 2014 (Movie). In 2014, Liu received an Excellent Documentary Directing Award at the San Francisco International New Concept Film Festival for his short documentary film The Making of Drama (2013). He is the author of Tutorials of the Language of Drama Acting and Directing. Liu currently lives in San Francisco.
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Book Description Visuals Press, 2015. Condition: New. Zheng Qin (illustrator). book. Seller Inventory # M0979595487