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Showing posts with label Dubhna Rhiadra. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Dubhna Rhiadra. Show all posts

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

DUBHNA RHIADRA - With the Dream Factory part III from The Brave- Live at the Magic Tree Feb. 8th at 3pm SLT



Join us for an hour with the engaging writer and storyteller Dubhna Rhiadra. She wrote a special story for the stunning installation THE BRAVE, and the tale told in three parts; relates how two children escape a world where their dreams are stolen for power. These clever children defeat evil to escape. Come enjoy this special and soulful reading by this outstanding author and reader at The Magic Tree.
Check our blog for details at http://cesoirarts.com

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Ce%20Soir/166/135/32


* retrieved from SL events

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

SEANCHAI LIBRARY CELEBRATES SEVEN YEARS AND THE POWER OF WORDS TO ENGAGE AND INSPIRE

Seanchai Library in Second Life at the Community Virtual Library - Imagination Island
Second Life, Imagination Island – Seven years ago this month, on the former West of Ireland Charity Estate in Second Life, a story was presented by Shandon Loring, and the Seanchai Library was born.  Sunday, March 22nd at Noon SLT, staff and guests will celebrate with 90 minutes of stories, live in voice, followed by dancing to Celtic music with DJ Aoife Lorefield.  The event is free to all SL residents. http://slurl.com/secondlife/Imagination%20Island/46/210/28

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Branwen Arts Presents “Bilbo Baggin’s Birthday” to Benefit Creations for Parkinson’s in SL

Bran, Second Life – The famous literary journeys The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings Trilogy both began with the character Bilbo Baggins, and parties: one an unexpected dinner party with dwarves, and the second an intentional birthday bash to punctuate Bilbo’s dramatic exit from the Shire.  Virtual Storyteller’s Dubhna Rhiadra and Caledonia Skytower have organized a celebration of “special magnificence” by Shire standards, and invited some of their storytelling friends to join them in raising funds and awareness for the work of Creations for Parkinson’s in Second Life.

The party starts at 11:30 am SLT this Saturday, September 20th at Rhiadra’s Hobbit Home on Bran, and will feature selections from the adventures of J.R.R. Tolkien’s hobbit hero, presented live in voice. (http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Bran/27/56/24)

Sunday, March 23, 2014

STORYFEST Celebrates Fourth Anniversary – Sunday!

Today, Sunday, March 23rd marks the fourth anniversary of StoryFest, the annual gathering of story tellers, presenters, and great stories to celebrate the power of stories to inspire us, and help us understand and delight in our world.  StoryFest 2014 begins at 11:00 am SLT and is free, with donations going to benefit War Child North America.  It is presented in a partnership between Branwen Arts, Stories Unlimited! and Seanchai Library.  A detailed schedule and content are available at http://storyfestsl2011.blogspot.com/.


Saturday, June 8, 2013

Friday, February 22, 2013

DiversionZDance "Circus Diabolique" at Danse Macabre - LEA26 Performance Review- The SL Enquirer and the full house gives it two thumbs up!- Lanai jarrico Reporting…




On February 22nd. I received an event notification that read,

"Ladies and gentlemen allow me to direct your attention to the center stage where you will bear witness to terrifying sights that will haunt you to the day you die....behold the Circus Diabolique and let the nightmare begin”.

That was enough to make me dig through my messy inventory and pull out my best clown costume and get ready for the show.

As I continued to read, “Be drawn into the world of the dark circus in this second dance piece by artist Fae varriale and her dance company DiversionzDance, which was created as a vehicle for marrying her love of contemporary dance with a love of creating immersive artwork, Choreography, environment design and costume concept by Fae Varriale”.


By that time, my curiosity was peaked, I went, watched and came away with this to say…

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Independent Ballet Present their New Ballet: ACCEPT- February 23, 2013 @ 2:30pm SLT at Branwen Arts Theatre




In ACCEPT, four young women struggle with their sense of self and their place in the world around them.  They are united by one thing - their love of dance.  ACCEPT follows the journey of these young ladies as they are each uniquely challenged, and as they come together. They learn lessons of tolerance, compassion, and empathy as they come of age as dancers, and as women.

Based on an original concept by IBC's Deyna Broek, ACCEPT is set in our times, features a mix of ballet and modern dance styles, and IBC's signature blending of solo and group-synced performance.

Check out the premiere on February 23 @ 2:30pm SLT at Branwen Arts Theatre
http://slurl.com/secondlife/Bran/226/226/2

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Presenting a New Dance Performance by Independent Ballet: PETAH AND THE WOLF at The SL Enquirer Media Center Saturday August 4, 2012 2pm SLT.


Petah and the Wolf is a musical story of a small and fearless child who plays in the woods and is more than a match for the Big Bad Wolf! This story will take you back in time as you relive a childrens classic adventure. 
Last year Independant Ballet Performed The Swan at the SL Enquirer. This year they are back to perform again! Mark your calendars for this very special date as they present their final performance for the season.
The SL Enquirer Media Center
Saturday, August 4, 2012
2pm SLT.
Produced by Independent Ballet 
Music by Prokofiev
Directed by Dubhna Rhiadra
With choreography by Dubhna Rhiadra, Deyna Broek and Annamaria Manatiso
Set Design by award-winning SL artist Fae Varriale

Monday, June 27, 2011

SL ARTS & LITERATURE: New Ballet Company Presents " Swan"

Photo by Fae Varriale
Now I can add dancing to horseback riding, sky diving and a few other things I have done in SL that I would have never had the chance or ability to do in real life. I got involved with Swan as an opportunity to work with friend and fellow storyteller Dubhna Rhiadra, for whom I have great respect.  She asked me if I would narrate a collaborative story-dance piece she had been working on and I was honored to accept.  Then, at a rehearsal, I was asked if I would be so kind as to stand in for a missing member of the corps, and suddenly I became a virtual ballerina.  I truly became a part of Independent Ballet Company and their debut production of Swan which is now performing at venues around the grid.

Monday, March 14, 2011

SL ARTS & LITERATURE: World Storytelling Day Celebrated in Second Life

In the corporeal world, Sunday, March 20th is World Storytelling Day.  This celebration will be celebrated in the virtual world with StoryFest 2011 on Saturday, March 19th and Sunday, March 20th in Bran.  Storytellers whose keyboards are in Australia, Holland, Wales, Great Britain, Norway, The Continental U.S., Canada, and the Hawaiian Islands will present more than two dozen stories in less than 48 hours in five different venues on the Branwen Arts parcel “Here Be Pictsies” in the region of Bran.

For an expanded schedule and information on the amazing range of stories to be presented, visit http://storyfestsl2011.blogspot.com

Monday, January 31, 2011

SL ARTS & LITERATURE: StoryFest 2011 Announced for March

StoryFest 2011 is a partnership between the Branwen Arts, Seanchai Library, and the STORIES UNLIMITED! hippo-group.  The goal of the two-day festival is to present stories in a variety of presentational methods:  Traditional Telling, Literature, Theatre, etc. StoryFest will kick off Saturday, March 19th and continue Sunday March 20th at “Here Be Pictsies!” in Bran. There will be three independent story venues in easy distance from the Landing Zone: The Goblin Cave, The Pictsie Fire Circle, and the Temple Ruins.  There will also be two venues intended for larger presentations: the Grand Fire Circle and the Arts Center Theatre.

Monday, October 11, 2010

SL ARTS & LITERATURE: ANY VIRTUAL INK - Dubhna Rhiadra weaves journeys in Second Life

Think about it! Storytelling in a virtual world: people sitting at computers controlling avatars who are sitting somewhere in a virtual environment and listening to someone tell or read a story. On the face of it there’s one reaction – Boring! That’s a lot of sitting! But the wonder of spoken stories in Second Life (SL) comes from one magical source alone, and that is the ability of a voice to enchant, express, and transport you away from all that sitting to somewhere you have never been before. I have heard a gaggle of “storytellers” in Second Life performing audible stories. No matter how you dress it up, if the voice is about as expressive as a paper sack it doesn’t matter what the storyteller is presenting. Of the people doing traditional telling in English on the grid, few can match Welsh-based storyteller Dubhna Rhiadra for her ability to capture your fancy with her voice alone, and spirit you away to another realm all together as she weaves a tale.

 
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