The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Wednesday, 16 November 1988

A Distinction for Macbeth



‘The Leisure Hive’ – Peter Howell


I still feel close to all the Drama people at Tech, most notably Donna Davidson, who is perhaps the only person at college anywhere near to appreciating what I’m all about.


Larry Goodgirl had this to say about my detailed Macbeth log:


‘Very good.  A detailed, accurate diary of events.  You don’t always stand back from events to make evaluative judgements, but there is enough to show good thinking, mature learning and lots of personal development.  Very pleasing indeed!  Keep it up!  More evidence of Design process needed to be distinctive work.’


I got a ‘Credit’ for the work, but if I am able to hand in some satisfactory supporting notes by Friday, Larry will upgrade me to the highest mark of ‘DISTINCTION’.


So I shall.


Bit of a swot these days, eh?









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Next time: ‘Katakhali…’

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