Stanley Donwood and the enigmatic Dr Tchock are the elusive duo responsible for Radiohead's artwork. Containing paintings they have produced in the last decade, this book alsocontains a cornucopia of never-before-seen artwork. Featuring the apocalyptic scenes of the OK Computer album, the startling, sinister shadow of memory cast onto the present in theKid A paintings, and theoverwhelming information overload of Hail to the Thief's landscapes of conflict,Dead Children Playing presents some of the most iconic artwork of our time.
One act review / 6 to 30 children (10 to 15 is ideal), ages 5 to 15
Area staging; unit set.
This musical romp through the joys and sorrows of being a child is hilarious. Children give 23 lessons in such subjects as how to beg for a dog, how to torture your sister, how to act after being sent to your room and how to laugh hysterically. The pace is fast, the tone subversive and the recognition instant.
"Applause, applause, applause!"-- Steve Allen
"Delightfully clever."-- Hollywood Reporter
"Razzle dazzle staging, Broadway style songs and an imaginative script."-- TV Guide.
This book contains a collection of the author's previously published articles on early childhood care and education. Each chapter was written in response and reaction to particular events or contexts that were provocative. Many of the issues explored were stimulated by experiences with teachers and caregivers of young children, many of whom were also the author's students, as well as with other professional colleagues. These background experiences and events are described briefly in the introduction to each article.
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