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1 month, 3 weeks ago

Full sketch comedy show

3 months, 1 week ago

A conservative analysis of the famed 2015 historical musical Hamilton.

3 months, 3 weeks ago

Over a period of a week I witnessed no less than 5 similar," accident", scenes.
Each one had similarities:-
they all involved a person who was lay down as if injured.
they all had a small crowd around them.
In all 5 situations the bystanders took their attention from the ," injured", person and stared at me as I approached the scene; as I passed.
Each time the participants either dispersed or moved away from the ,"inert", person.
In three cases the inertbperson got up and walked off after I'd passed!
Three cases were at cross rds.
In this video here, I show the fifth st theater, "accident", scene which like all the others took place on my regular route.
St theater is more than just mind control and sensitization. I explain why it is done and how it works.
All photos are taken by myself. I am a targeted individual. Please check out my you tube channel for more Gangstalking videos. You can also check out my books.

3 months, 3 weeks ago

Live performance of Puccini's MADAME BUTTERFLY.

4 months ago

DavidPFranceTV INTERVIEW #48
ENRIQUE CRUZ DEJESUS
Artistic Director/Choreographer/Producer - Alpha Omega Theatrical Dance Company
New York City

For his 48th interview, David interviews Enrique Cruz DeJesus, the Artistic Director and Choreographer of Alpha Omega Theatrical Dance Company located in the East Village, New York City. David was a member of Alpha Omega from 2001-2007 when Enrique was transforming the company with the assistance of current Executive Director, Donna Clark and former Executive Director, the late Dolores “Dee Dee” Vanison-Blakely.

Enrique trained at Alpha Omega Theatrical Dance Company under the artistic direction of co-founder Ronn Pratt and Andy Torres while simultaneously studying at the Darvash School of Ballet and Dance Theater of Harlem.

As a dancer he worked with several modern dance companies and notable choreographers such as Eleo Pomare, Talley Beatty, Gary DeLoatch, Martial Roumain and George Faison. During this time, he began what became an active career as a choreographer, singer, actor and teacher in theater, film and concert dance and in 1998 became the artistic director of Alpha Omega Theatrical Dance Company.

Enrique’s artistic goal is to bring his directing and choreographing styles to concert dance with a liberal take on popular and urban movement along with traditional and theatrical forms. The blend creates contemporary modern dance works that are equally accessible and entertaining to all audiences.

Enrique teaches master classes and workshops locally and nationally and served as choreographer and teacher at Howard University, George Washington University, North Carolina Central State, Durham University, Florida A&M University, DC Arts and the NYC Arts Connection. His work as a teaching artist has been recognized by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council for his dance education work with inner city youth.

Enrique was awarded a SPARC grant and Manhattan Borough President ‘s grant for his work with seniors 65+ and has been further acknowledged by the New York State Council on the Arts where he served as a panelist.

Alpha Omega is located at 70 East 4th Street, NYC.

For more information, please feel free to contact Enrique at the following website:

http://alphaomegadance.org

Additional biographical information:

Enrique choreographed and staged The James Merritt production "From Africa to America" starring Award winning actors Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee and was the assistant director and choreographer for the workshop musical "Collapsing Universe" at Theater for the New City. He has choreographed productions of “Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night”, “Linnea” “Jeremiah” and “A Mid- Summer Night’s Dream” off- Broadway at the Storm Theater in addition to “Satin Slipper” at the Theater of Notre Dame in NYC. Additionally, he choreographed a production of “Carmen” for Teatro Circulo also in NYC. His work has been seen locally in the industrial marketing campaign for Wise snack products throughout NYC and nationally featured on the PBS documentary “Mi Mambo based on the Harbor Conservatory in East Harlem, NY.

Mr. Cruz DeJesus continues to work in theater, film, and concert dance with theater credits that include national tours of “Dreamgirls” and “Jesus Christ Superstar"; the original production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's “Requiem Variations” performed at the Opera Omaha Theater; the New York City Shakespeare Festival's “Measure for Measure”, produced by Tony Award winner George C. Wolfe; the European tour of “Evita”; the original workshop production of the Tony Award winning musical “The Life”, in which he was written as himself; “Man of La Mancha” at Paper Mill Playhouse in New Jersey and the Engeman Theater on Long Island; “Guys and Dolls” performed at the Dallas Theater Center; “The Who's Tommy” at Cherry County Playhouse in Michigan; “South Pacific” at Barrington Stage Theater in Massachusetts; “Camila”, “Miss Saigon” [Barrymore Nomination] and “Evita” at the Walnut Street Theater; “Ragtime” and the “King and I” at Fulton Opera House in Pennsylvania; “Two Gentlemen of Verona”, the musical at Centerstage in Baltimore, MD; “Aida” at ArtPark; “Black Nativity” [Drama Desk Nomination] at the Duke Theater in NYC; “Miss Saigon” and “Smokey Joe’s Café” at the Virginia Musical Theatre; and “Evita” at Arvada Arts Center in Colorado.

4 months, 2 weeks ago

DavidPFranceTV INTERVIEW #44
CHRISTINE CECONELLO
Choreographer, Dancer
Augsburg, Germany
https://www.christinececonello.com

For his 44th interview, David speaks with Christine Ceconello, a choreographer and dancer originally from Brazil and now residing in Germany. David and Christine worked together approximately five years when David P. France Dance Company was still in operating in Basel, Switzerland. During this conversation, Christine talks about her upbringing, how she developed an interest in dance, the various artists and choreographers she has worked for and with; as well as her connection in ballet and contemporary dance world in Europe.

David also speaks with Christine about dance as a language, woman in the field of dance (as directors and choreographers); the diversity in the creation and learning of dance; as well as the impact of the current epidemic on the dance community.

Christine is very pleased to invite you to attend the premiere of Christine Ceconello's work: 1:1 ONE ONE, on December 5th, at 7:30pm, on YouTube. Performers: Irupé Sarmiento and Diego Cruz.

The tickets can purchase through sympla, on the link:

https://www.sympla.com.br/11one-on-one__1067227

The idea of creating this show emerged as a means to continue developing our creativity, even in complex times. The show approaches an attempt to connect, a silent conversation, a desire to touch even if virtually. Not even different time zones and the distance prevented us from working together. We did all this for the pleasure of creating, dancing and sharing our art.

It will be a joy to share this work with you. I hope you will enjoy it and we want to know your opinion!

We are waiting for you!

Christine, Irupé and Diego

CHRISTINE'S BIO

Christine Ceconello was born in Caxias do Sul, Brazil. She is currently working as a dancer, choreographer and choreographic assistant throughout Europe and South America.

Starting out as a dancer with the Theatro Municipal do Rio de Janeiro, she also went on to perform with Theatre Castro Alves, De Anima Dance Company, Staatstheater Augsburg, Grand Theatre de Geneve, Stadttheater Hagen, Theatre Heidelberg and Deutsche Oper Berlin. During this time she enjoyed dancing choreographies by Amanda Miller, Itzik Galili, Mauro Bigonzetti, Cayetano Soto, Peter Chu, Emily Molnar, Mauricio de Oliveira, Mário Nascimento, Gustavo Ramirez Sansano, Martino Muller, Stephen Shropshire and Andonis Foniadakis.

As of recent worked as choreographic assistant of Martino Muller, Marcelo Misailidis and Stephen Shropshire, helping them in the creation of their work.

She's been developing her own choreographic works, being nominated for the Prêmio de Dança Cesgranrio 2019/2020 as best choreographer and performer.

She now enjoys a varied carreer spreading throughout central Europe, assisting, performing and choreographing with independent artists and theatres.

5 months, 1 week ago

Vortrag von Peter Denk mit einem Ausblick für die kommenden Monate und klaren Worten, dass wir ALLE damit zu tun haben!

Anmerkung von globalpuzzle:
Es ist auch meine Meinung, dass wir ein grosses Theaterstück sehen, in dem wir mitspielen. Das Theaterstück folgt einem Drehbuch und für mich deckt sich dieses mit dem Willen der Quelle oder Gott, wem es so lieber ist. Wir kommen nur weiter, wenn wir die VERANTWORTUNG für UNSER LEBEN vollständig in die eigenen Hände nehmen. Das altes System muss sterben und die alten Verletzungen wollen geheilt werden, damit wir ohne RESTMÜLL in eine neue besser Welt eintreten können. Nur wer sich die Eintrittskarte dorthin verdient hat, in dem er die Arbeit an SICH SELBST geleistet hat, wird auch dort eintreten dürfen. Es gibt noch viel zu tun, packen wir es an!

5 months, 4 weeks ago

The second half of a 1976 theatrical production of Shakespeare's ROMEO AND JULIET.

Part 1: https://www.bitchute.com/video/v7PsbZogCeQL/?list=z2kozSc2GgCW&randomize=false

See TalieVision's complete playlist of theatrical and concert performances: https://www.bitchute.com/playlist/z2kozSc2GgCW/

LEARN MORE:
Fiction books: http://www.colchestercollection.com/subjects/fiction.html
Arts, Entertainment, & Media books: http://www.colchestercollection.com/subjects/arts.html
Biographies: http://www.colchestercollection.com/subjects/biography.html
Real History books: http://www.colchestercollection.com/subjects/history.html

6 months, 1 week ago

Lecture 17: In the fifth century, the confidence and assurance of Athenian society expressed itself in the cultural flowering of the Classical period. Imperial Athens became the home of a dramatic tradition that was relentless in its search for truth, in exploring and laying bare the soul of humanity on stage. Although they are structurally simple, these plays achieved a power to move audiences. That power is still evident today.

Familiar as many of these plays seem to be, their roots lay in religious celebrations, and they remained part of an institution that bound the entire community together and connected it with the realm of the divine. Although Greek tragedy deals with bloodshed, murder, and passion within the family, these plays were watched by the entire city. It is a democratic art form that reinforces the egalitarian spirit of Athens.

Suggested Reading
Zeitlin, F. and Winkler, J., eds (1990) Nothing to Do with Dionysos? Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Lecture 18: https://www.bitchute.com/video/usMKXQf7TIgt/

6 months, 2 weeks ago

Exploring Tomorrow: Time Heals

Originally aired May 14th, 1958

A dying man buried in a cryogenic crypt awakens 900 years later only to encounter unforeseen new problems.

Exploring Tomorrow aired on the Mutual Broadcasting System. It was narrated by the editor of Astounding Magazine John W. Campbell. Campbell published many of the great science fiction writers of the era.

7 months ago

Andre van duin Tele theater show 1984

7 months, 1 week ago

The Mysterious Traveler: Death Comes for Adolf Hitler

Originally aired March 24th, 1945

A German U-Boat on the bottom of the ocean is trapped, and for a frightening reason.

Stories told by a traveler on a train, the series was written and directed by Robert Arthur and David Kogan. The show featured episodes ranging from crime dramas of mystery and suspense to fantasy and science fiction.

7 months, 1 week ago

A live performance of Shakespeare's ROMEO AND JULIET, from 1976.

Part 2: https://www.bitchute.com/video/ZQTA8ZAB62Nl/

See TalieVision's complete playlist of theatrical and concert performances: https://www.bitchute.com/playlist/z2kozSc2GgCW/

LEARN MORE:
Fiction books: http://www.colchestercollection.com/subjects/fiction.html
Arts, Entertainment, & Media books: http://www.colchestercollection.com/subjects/arts.html
Biographies: http://www.colchestercollection.com/subjects/biography.html
Real History books: http://www.colchestercollection.com/subjects/history.html

7 months, 1 week ago

The General Mills Radio Adventure Theater: Journey to the Center of the Earth

Originally aired: April 24th, 1977

Based on the classic Jules Verne story about a journey to an unknown world within our own.

The series was hosted by Tom Bosley and produced by Himan Brown, who was already producing the CBS Radio Mystery Theater. The series was a means of reaching children in a way that would be less expensive than advertising.

7 months, 2 weeks ago

'Door de Bank genomen' heeft iets gang gezet en dat gaan we opnieuw doen met 'Pandepaniek'.

George van Houts vertelt over zijn nieuwe theatershow met de Verleiders, die een bijdrage gaat leveren aan de geestelijke gezondheid van Nederland.

In gesprek met Rico Brouwer over hoe dat nou ging met Kom Plot, met stichting Ons Geld en hoe dat nou verder moet met politiek en met theater komend jaar.

Ook in dit gesprek wat het RIVM er nou van vindt dat de NOS in het acht uur journaal zegt dat PCR positief geteste mensen besmettelijk zouden zijn en of mensen die zijn opgenomen zijn in het ziekenhuis 'met corona' ook corona hebben? Vlak voor het interview belde Rico Brouwer met het RIVM, in het interview antwoord op die vragen.

Word lid van de nieuwsbrief en ontvang de wekelijkse postkaars in je mail: https://potkaars.nl/nieuwsbrief

artikel/links op: https://potkaars.nl/blog/2020/8/18/george-van-houts

op twitter: https://twitter.com/potkaars

9 months ago

THE WIZARD OF OZ musical is an enchanting revision of the all-time classic. Developed from the ever-popular MGM screenplay, it contains the beloved songs from the Oscar-winning movie score, all the favorite characters and iconic moments, plus a few surprises along the way.

See TalieVision's growing playlist of White-friendly musical and theatrical performances: https://www.bitchute.com/playlist/z2kozSc2GgCW/

LEARN MORE:
Books on the Arts, Entertainment, & the Media: http://www.colchestercollection.com/subjects/arts.html

11 months, 1 week ago

Cimrmanovo internet

11 months, 1 week ago

DavidPFranceTV INTERVIEW #3
ENRIQUE CRUZ DEJESUS
Artistic Director/Choreographer - Alpha Omega Theatrical Dance Company
New York City

For his third interview, David interviews Enrique Cruz DeJesus, the Artistic Director and Choreographer of Alpha Omega Theatrical Dance Company located in the East Village, New York City. David was a member of Alpha Omega from 2001-2007 when Enrique was transforming the company with the assistance of current Executive Director, Donna Clark and former Executive Director, the late Dolores “Dee Dee” Vanison-Blakely.

Enrique trained at Alpha Omega Theatrical Dance Company under the artistic direction of co-founder Ronn Pratt and Andy Torres while simultaneously studying at the Darvash School of Ballet and Dance Theater of Harlem.

As a dancer he worked with several modern dance companies and notable choreographers such as Eleo Pomare, Talley Beatty, Gary DeLoatch, Martial Roumain and George Faison. During this time, he began what became an active career as a choreographer, singer, actor and teacher in theater, film and concert dance and in 1998 became the artistic director of Alpha Omega Theatrical Dance Company.

Enrique’s artistic goal is to bring his directing and choreographing styles to concert dance with a liberal take on popular and urban movement along with traditional and theatrical forms. The blend creates contemporary modern dance works that are equally accessible and entertaining to all audiences.

Enrique teaches master classes and workshops locally and nationally and served as choreographer and teacher at Howard University, George Washington University, North Carolina Central State, Durham University, Florida A&M University, DC Arts and the NYC Arts Connection. His work as a teaching artist has been recognized by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council for his dance education work with inner city youth.

Enrique was awarded a SPARC grant and Manhattan Borough President ‘s grant for his work with seniors 65+ and has been further acknowledged by the New York State Council on the Arts where he served as a panelist.

Alpha Omega is located at 70 East 4th Street, NYC.

For more information, please feel free to contact Enrique at the following website:

http://alphaomegadance.org

Additional biographical information:

Enrique choreographed and staged The James Merritt production "From Africa to America" starring Award winning actors Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee and was the assistant director and choreographer for the workshop musical "Collapsing Universe" at Theater for the New City. He has choreographed productions of “Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night”, “Linnea” “Jeremiah” and “A Mid- Summer Night’s Dream” off- Broadway at the Storm Theater in addition to “Satin Slipper” at the Theater of Notre Dame in NYC. Additionally, he choreographed a production of “Carmen” for Teatro Circulo also in NYC. His work has been seen locally in the industrial marketing campaign for Wise snack products throughout NYC and nationally featured on the PBS documentary “Mi Mambo based on the Harbor Conservatory in East Harlem, NY.

Mr. Cruz DeJesus continues to work in theater, film, and concert dance with theater credits that include national tours of “Dreamgirls” and “Jesus Christ Superstar"; the original production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's “Requiem Variations” performed at the Opera Omaha Theater; the New York City Shakespeare Festival's “Measure for Measure”, produced by Tony Award winner George C. Wolfe; the European tour of “Evita”; the original workshop production of the Tony Award winning musical “The Life”, in which he was written as himself; “Man of La Mancha” at Paper Mill Playhouse in New Jersey and the Engeman Theater on Long Island; “Guys and Dolls” performed at the Dallas Theater Center; “The Who's Tommy” at Cherry County Playhouse in Michigan; “South Pacific” at Barrington Stage Theater in Massachusetts; “Camila”, “Miss Saigon” [Barrymore Nomination] and “Evita” at the Walnut Street Theater; “Ragtime” and the “King and I” at Fulton Opera House in Pennsylvania; “Two Gentlemen of Verona”, the musical at Centerstage in Baltimore, MD; “Aida” at ArtPark; “Black Nativity” [Drama Desk Nomination] at the Duke Theater in NYC; “Miss Saigon” and “Smokey Joe’s Café” at the Virginia Musical Theatre; and “Evita” at Arvada Arts Center in Colorado.

1 year ago

Mit einigen Beispielen aus den Medien, zeige ich euch wie wir manipuliert werden und wie uns das neuartige Coronavirus als hochansteckende Krankheit verkauft wird.

Weitere Informationen zum Coronavirus:

Bill Gates und das Coronavirus - eine Lovestory
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BcZ0IqchlVQ&

Was ist die Ursache von Krankheiten? Causes of diseases?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1M9yaH2ETMM
https://www.krankheit-ist-anders.de/
https://www.disease-is-different.com/

Im Film "Sieben" gibt es viele Codes auf die U-Bahn anschläge in London,
die am 7.7.2005 stattfanden.
In the film "Se7en" there are a lot of codes on the London underground attacks,
which took place on 7-7-2005.

Der London Code entschlüsselt - wie Ereignisse in Medien angekündigt werden
(WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0l0urKA-ztk&

Sicherung von:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEK42FrUvlOTwz817ffbheg

1 year, 2 months ago

The Best Gmod Horror map I played ever!!!!!!!!! I Have no idea what happened at the beginning, but I can't do anything about it. it does not last long. I hope ya'll still enjoy.

Please like, comment and subscribe if you like what you see, or got the pants scared off of you; and please check out my friend's channel too.

JoeyRock76: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNtxrJkAewpSxH8PUOeYmdQ

Video's Original Publish Date: October 11, 2015

1 year, 3 months ago

A car crash survivor discovers that the same sinister, mysterious crowd of onlookers somehow always shows up minutes after any potentially fatal car accident at the site of the crash.

1 year, 7 months ago

Dream Theater - Strange Deja Vu - Isolated Drums - Mike Portnoy. Isolated from the Jammit stems.

1 year, 7 months ago

Originally published March 11, 2013 on Counter-Currents/North American New Right. Re-published September 6, 2019 on Counter-Currents TV (https://www.bitchute.com/channel/counter-currentstv/).

Related article, discussion, and/or transcript at: https://www.counter-currents.com/2013/03/the-real-meaning-of-punch-and-judy/

More from Counter-Currents: https://www.counter-currents.com/
Support us: https://www.counter-currents.com/donations/support-counter-currents/

This video was previously published on the original CounterCurrentsTV YouTube channel, which was banned in June 2019. Fortunately, a viewer had made a backup using youtube-dl (https://ytdl-org.github.io/youtube-dl/index.html), and the channel contents were later restored to BitChute using https://gitlab.com/l-hex/bitchute-cli.

1 year, 8 months ago

A caring father, deeply traumatized by the constant bullying he suffered as a child at the local playground, is forced by his sister to face his demons and take his little boy to the same playground. However, the demons return as well.

1 year, 8 months ago

During the Trojan War, a Trojan warrior is distraught when his lover takes up with a Greek.
Director: Jonathan Miller

1 year, 8 months ago

Benedict Cumberbatch ... Hamlet, Prince of Denmark
Ciarán Hinds ... Claudius
Sian Brooke ... Ophelia
Anastasia Hille ... Gertrude
Kobna Holdbrook-Smith ... Laertes
Jim Norton ... Polonius
Leo Bill ... Horatio
& others
Director: Robin Lough

1 year, 8 months ago

Southern California Nostalgia of The Iconic Drive in Theaters.

The giant marques, with brilliant neon displays, announced the featured movies. They illuminated the street with a touch of Broadway. We anxiously waited for Thursday mornings to see the new movies coming for the week.
A child's anticipation throughout the day was one of a happy day, because tonight we were going to the Drive-In.
We arrived early before the ticket booths open. A line of parked cars awaited anxiously for the ticket guy to open up the ticket booth. We wanted a good spot near the snack bar. When the attendant was seen arriving at the booth, cars quickly started their engines. Synching up the line to minimize spacing. Wow, what a deal. $1.75 per adult for 2 movies and special short subject features. My father was too cheap and sneaked us in when we were 13,14 years as a under 12 year old child free admittance.
I remember going in my pajamas. When I was younger, I couldn't make it through the second feature before falling asleep in the back seat. Going to the snack bar was a bit embarrassing donned in cowboy themed sleeping attire. My father would carefully carried my exhausted limp body securely to my own bed later. Being careful not to awaken me. And when I was old enough not to go in my PJ's. I was a big boy. That was my first mature transition from baby to boyhood.
In my boyhood years at the drive-ins, my duties were to clean the windshield when we first arrived. A chore I was eager to do. Pretending I was a gas station attendant. I would jokingly include an oil and radiator check with the used paper towels from the cleaning of the windshield. My brothers and sister would point out the spots I missed. On some colder nights, the vapors of our warm breaths would fog up the windshields. The defroster would momentarily be on to clear up the windshield.
We would also arrive early to play in the playground right under the big screen. Yes even in those said PJ's. The lights would flicker as a warning that the show was about to start. We hurried back to our cars, stopping between each row of cars, yielding to passing cars as they scurry to find their spots. If there was a late start of the previews, anxious movie goers would honk their horns in anticipation. Notifying and demanding the projectionist it is time to start the flick.
You got 2 movies, Outdated "News of the Week", a cartoon or two, maybe a short feature, and coming attractions. If you didn't get their for the first movie, you didn't worry because fit was repeated after the second feature. I remember those horrible sounding speakers. A quality only to be found at a Jack in the Box ordering speaker. Later came the technology to use your own car radios. The incipient of wi-fi.
I remember mostly the Victory drive-in, The Sunland Drive-in, (which is now a K-Mart), and Van Nuys drive-in with it's massive mural of the cowboy on a rearing horse. All in the San Fernando Valley of Smell A. My later years in San Diego county, I frequented the Aero and Santee Twin Drive-ins.
We brought our own KFC, pizza, snacks and popped our own popcorn. My dad was to cheap to buy inflated treats from the snack bar. Only on special occasions when my dad felt rich, that we were treated to real snack bar delights. We'd follow him humming the theme song, "LET'S ALL GO TO THE LOBBY, LET'S ALL GO TO THE LOBBY, AND GET OURSELVES A TREAT."
At times I went by myself. Dateless and not proud. The ticket booth attendant was always suspicious of a single male entering. He'd search the car for warm bodies sneaking in. Although remembering occasions when we did sneak in friends in the trunk, or on the floorboard in the back seat under blankets.
When I was older and going on dates, it was a different experience.
Pickups and vans aligned on the back rows. As to not obstruct others view of the giant screen. I remember one time at the Sunland Drive-in featuring the movie, The Graduate, I had to move my '56 Ford pick-up truck to the back row. My date was Kristie Richardson. I forgot to return the speaker to the post. While backing out, I shattered my window and yanked the post right out of the ground. When the pre-movie features started, people were leaving that row, fore we knocked out all the audio in that row. As a rule, the back row was reserved for high profile vehicles.
The back row was a special place to watch the flicks. Especially with dates. Single, or double dates with your best friend. We'd back up in the spot. With lawn chairs and blankets, we sat and laid in the bed of the the truck. Vans were backed up too with their double back doors wide opened.

1 year, 9 months ago

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2 years, 3 months ago

**Originally uploaded Oct 2, 2015**
this is a john cena meme back from when it was relevant how are y'all still finding this

2 years, 4 months ago

Andre van duin Tele theater show 1984

2 years, 6 months ago

Vara's theater thuis intro
Datum van uitzending: 15-08-1980
Bron: Pal Betamax

2 years, 8 months ago

The Full Body Cast of Boston shadowcasts the Rocky Horror Picture Show every Saturday Night at Boston Common. These are the December preshows from our departing preshow director Knives.

My first BitChute video upload contains (altered) copyrighted music bits that the big social medias don't like. Should fall under fair use (e.g. <30-second segments) but.... Goliath wants David to jump through a whole bunch of hoops to validate his appeal to Overlord Goliath that David doesn't have time or energy to jump through because David is too busy working for the Man, i.e. Goliath. so blow me and let's see if I can at least share the damn video through little rebellious BitChute.

3 years, 3 months ago