Plays by Musau Mm

Drama and playwriting are my first two loves. I can remember my high school days several ... (I used to write short plays for my English class to perform). ... my publications have been published under my legal name MUSAU, or MUSAU mm.

Author: Musau Muhammad

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1453596682

Category: Performing Arts

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Plays by MUSAU mm is a book of plays written over a course of several years, and performed in various capacities in Boston and Detroit. This book of plays represents over two decades of reflection and meditation by the author. Act One, Scene One is just an experiment and an exposition related to the structure of stage and playwriting. It is the only play script in this collection which tries to approach the genre of comedy. E=mc Squared, rock n roll is a childrens play written for a mature audience. This is a social dance musical which tries to address itself to the real realites which face modern youth in America.

Plays by Musau Mm

Plays by MUSAU mm is a book of plays written over a course of several years, and performed in various capacities in Boston and Detroit. This book of plays represents over two decades of reflection and meditation by the author.

Author: Musau Muhammad

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1453596674

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 172

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Plays by MUSAU mm is a book of plays written over a course of several years, and performed in various capacities in Boston and Detroit. This book of plays represents over two decades of reflection and meditation by the author. "Act One, Scene One" is just an experiment and an exposition related to the structure of stage and playwriting. It is the only play script in this collection which tries to approach the genre of comedy. "E=mc Squared, rock 'n roll" is a children's play written for a mature audience. This is a social dance musical which tries to address itself to the real realites which face modern youth in America.

2 Play Scripts

This book is two play scripts by MUSAU MattmeachamJR.

Author: Musau Mattmeachamjr

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 1791577741

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Page: 184

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This book is two play scripts by MUSAU MattmeachamJR. One Play script is written for live stage performance and the other is a screenplay written for film. Both plays deal with the conceptual reality of tran-sexuality and other related topics.

2 Plays for Youth

These are two play (live stage) scripts for youth. They are designed specifically for young adults and a general audience.

Author: Musau MattmeachamJR

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ISBN: 1792031696

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These are two play (live stage) scripts for youth. They are designed specifically for young adults and a general audience.

Plays 1

374 MUSIC CUE 13 Faily MUSAU , Johnny Noble page 1 ( traditional ) Which of you is ke - rytars- don ? for you . Mar - y , hear wbat he is say - ing : Here ' i let - ter you . The lad that gave it tn se said His namo vas John - ny Noble ...

Author: Ewan MacColl

Publisher: Methuen Publishing

ISBN: STANFORD:36105124165080

Category: English drama

Page: 256

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Ewan MacColl was best known as a songwriter and performer but he also wrote many plays and together with Joan Littlewood created Theatre Workshop based in London's East End, where he was the house dramatist. This collection contains such plays as: Operation Olive Branch; Johnny Noble; and, The Other Animals.

PLAYS for the Serious Dramatist

The plays submitted in this volume represent years of theatrical endeavor.

Author: Musau MattmeachamJR

Publisher:

ISBN: 1794076662

Category:

Page: 402

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The plays submitted in this volume represent years of theatrical endeavor. These plays are written for both the stage and film, and also for the young and the old. The subject matters vary while technique is exploratory and experimental motivated by an endeavor to incite the audience. The stage script is written to be performed while the film script is written to entertain. Both should have a message embedded in the plot.Language must be real but the realism should be identifiable although what is heard in the theatrical performance may be offensive. But, tis is life; all is not as what we'd like it to be because life, plainly, is what is whether we like it or not. How best to deal with life's questions and challenges if not addressing issues head on. Some say you fight fire with fire...sometimes water will not work. Precious thoughts sometimes are hidden in harsh semantics...Words. Semantics. People say a lot of things. But words and actions are light years apart. Men abuse and misuse other men in an effort of power or advantage. But no matter what the word is or where it comes from, the ultimate perpetrator is he who has the power to implement what he says. And every action depends on physics. Then, the word comes. The regulator of the word is the power holder. Still, there is the counter word which defies the conventional word. Some words are harmful; some words are beautiful; some are harsh and degrading, but the word is always representative of a condition of the mind. And everything emanates from the mind; the word is important only because it is the conveyor of the mind, about the mind, from the mind and for the mind. Hum. Always preceded by a preposition. Although you cannot see or feel a word, a word is real, and every word has a meaning. Although you may not like the meaning or sound of a word, it makes no difference in the broader sense, because there was a word in the beginning, and there shall always be a word...or, is it there was the word?

Kenya Gazette

7140 THE FILMS AND STAGE PLAYS ACT {Cap. ... Jesse Mutura (Mrs.), Varsha Vohra (Mrs.), Mwania Musau, Jiza Munir Chaudhri (Mrs.), Ibrahim Hassan, C. M. Kimeria, R. Parkash (Mrs.), Imanuel Imana, Samuel iMwangangi Muia, Abdi Ali Hirsi, ...

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The Kenya Gazette is an official publication of the government of the Republic of Kenya. It contains notices of new legislation, notices required to be published by law or policy as well as other announcements that are published for general public information. It is published every week, usually on Friday, with occasional releases of special or supplementary editions within the week.

Kenya Gazette

Fi'kns and Stage Plays (Film Censorship) Regulations, the Minister for. ... James D. R. Kiplagat, D. Zagoritis (Mrs.), R. J. Miya, C B Omwenga, Munir J Chaudri (Mrs,), Nelson Sakwa, Mwaroia Musau, M. A. Magre, John Richard Okumali, ...

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The Kenya Gazette is an official publication of the government of the Republic of Kenya. It contains notices of new legislation, notices required to be published by law or policy as well as other announcements that are published for general public information. It is published every week, usually on Friday, with occasional releases of special or supplementary editions within the week.

The International Criminal Court and the End of Impunity in Kenya

... 31 October 2008 Munene, Mugomo, 'Last ditch effort to shield Ocampo six', Daily Nation, 18 December 2010 Musau, Nzau, ... to leave key security team', Daily Nation, 14 March 2011 Namunane, Bernard, 'Kenya coalition rivalry plays ...

Author: Lionel Nichols

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319107295

Category: Political Science

Page: 267

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The period immediately following Kenya's 2007 presidential election left a shocking trail of atrocities, with over 1,000 people dead and countless thousands left victimised and displaced. In response, the International Criminal Court began a series of investigations and trials, promising no impunity for even the highest ranking perpetrators. When the country's president and vice-president were implicated in the crimes, the case took on worldwide significance. The International Criminal Court and the End of Impunity in Kenya is a five-year study addressing critical human rights issues with a global reach and is the first detailed account of the ICC's intervention in Kenya. It probes the relationship between the ICC and state institutions, known as positive complementarity, and asks whether the ICC's intervention led to an end to impunity. The author provides comprehensive analysis of the Waki Commission's sealed envelope, the government's attempts to establish a special tribunal and the trials in The Hague. He also provides in depth consideration of any influence the ICC's intervention may have had on the passing of a new constitution, the establishment of a truth commission and important reforms to the judiciary, police and witness protection programme. Documenting the effects of these interventions on the Kenyan people, and on the country's legal and judicial systems, the book provides vital lessons in global justice as it: •Details the ICC's involvement in Kenya in the aftermath of extreme violence and instability •Evaluates the ICC prosecutor's strategy of positive complementarity •Identifies optimal conditions for positive complementarity to be effective •Links cultures of impunity to state-sponsored corruption •Explores the possible impact of the ICC on national and global policy •Discusses implications in responding to future crimes against humanity Replete with official government sources, The International Criminal Court and the End of Impunity in Kenya is necessary reading for researchers and practitioners working in public international law, particularly those specialising in conflict and post-conflict states.

Congoville

J.K.—The work MM, is part of my general body of thought relating to industry, colonialism, employment, ... It always plays with a multitude of questions and perspectives on strategies that deal with our shared heritage and history.

Author: Pieter Boons

Publisher: Leuven University Press

ISBN: 9789462702363

Category: Political Science

Page: 272

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One hundred years after the founding of the École Coloniale Supérieure in Antwerp, the adjacent Middelheim Museum invites Sandrine Colard, researcher and curator, to conceive an exhibition that probes silenced histories of colonialism in a site-specific way. For Colard, the term Congoville encompasses the tangible and intangible urban traces of the colony, not on the African continent but in 21st-century Belgium: a school building, a park, imperial myths, and citizens of African descent. In the exhibition and this adjoining publication, the concept Congoville is the starting point for 15 contemporary artists to address colonial history and ponder its aftereffects as black flâneurs walking through a postcolonial city. Due to the multitude of perspectives and voices, this book is both a catalogue and a reference work comprised of artistic and academic contributions. Together, the participating artists and invited authors unfold the blueprint of Congoville, an imaginary city that still subconsciously affects us, but also encourages us to envision a decolonial utopia. Een eeuw na de oprichting van de École Coloniale Supérieure in Antwerpen nodigt het naburige Middelheimmuseum onderzoeker en curator Sandrine Colard uit om een tentoonstelling te creëren die sitespecifiek peilt naar de stille geschiedenissen van het kolonialisme. Congoville duidt op de zichtbare en onzichtbare stedelijke sporen van de kolonie, niet op het Afrikaanse continent, maar pal in het België van vandaag: een schoolgebouw, een park, imperialistische mythes en burgers van Afrikaanse origine. Doorheen de tentoonstelling en deze bijhorende publicatie is Congoville de context waarbinnen 15 hedendaagse kunstenaars, als zwarte flâneurs op pad in een postkoloniale stad, het koloniale verleden en de impact ervan adresseren. Door de veelheid aan perspectieven en stemmen is dit boek tegelijk een catalogus en een naslagwerk met zowel academische als artistieke bijdragen. Samen ontvouwen de betrokken kunstenaars en auteurs de blauwdruk van Congoville, een imaginaire stad die ons nog steeds onbewust in haar greep houdt, maar ons ook aanspoort om na te denken over een de-koloniaal utopia. With contributions by/Met bijdragen van: Pieter Boons, Sandrine Colard, Filip De Boeck, Bas De Roo, Nadia Yala Kisukidi, Sorana Munsya & Léonard Pongo, Herman Van Goethem, Sara Weyns, Nabilla Ait Daoud Participating artists/Deelnemende kunstenaars: Sammy Baloji, Bodys Isek Kingelez, Maurice Mbikayi, Jean Katambayi, KinAct Collective, Simone Leigh, Hank Willis Thomas, Zahia Rahmani, Ibrahim Mahama, Ângela Ferreira, Kapwani Kiwanga, Sven Augustijnen, Pascale Marthine Tayou, Elisabetta Benassi, Pélagie Gbaguidi For more information, visit www.middelheimmuseum.be/nl/activiteit/congoville

Access to Microfinance and Financial Training for Innovative Urban Sustainability

Collective Investments at the Bottom of t Mutisya, Emmanuel Musau. Just like the community cooker, ... Waste re-use also plays a role in improving the urban physical environment. By reducing the total amount of solid waste headed for ...

Author: Mutisya, Emmanuel Musau

Publisher: Langaa RPCIG

ISBN: 9789956792870

Category: Social Science

Page: 270

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The Kenyan population is highly concentrated in urban centres, leading to increased social, economic and environmental strains, with a significant percentage of urban dwellers living in sprawling slums. Urban development is increasingly a major focus, especially in the fight against urban sustainability problems. There is little practical orientation in the academic literature for the growing gap between the rich and poor. Current literature is enormously concerned with resource use and environmental pressures, paying scant attention to the nexus between urban sustainability and empowerment of the urban poor. This book initiates debates on the segment of urban population often referred to as "the bottom of the pyramid (BOP)", by analysing the microfinance innovation following evaluation of the impacts of access to microfinance and financial training and the implications to urban sustainability in Kenya. The main conclusion reached is that microfinance has an instrumental role to play in promoting sustainable urban development as it supports social welfare improvement and increases the livelihood of participants, business development and urban sustainability to a certain extent, thereby empowering the urban poor in contributing to poverty alleviation.

Social Risk Management Strategies and Health Risk Exposure

In Sub-Saharan Africa, the first two MHI models – the mutual model and the provider-based model – play a particularly significant role. Since the introduction of user fees, ... 413 Musau (1999): Community Based Health Insurance, p. 2ff.

Author: Gerald Leppert

Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster

ISBN: 9783643906427

Category: Africa south of Sahara

Page: 336

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Risk exposure is a major cause of poverty, deprivation and persistent vulnerability worldwide. This volume analyses individuals' and households' responses to a variety of risks, with an emphasis on health risks. The study adapts the Social Risk Management (SRM) conceptual framework and extends it considerably for academic inquiry. Using household data from Ghana and Malawi, empirical evidence is provided on the complex relationship between high risk exposure and the application of proactive and reactive SRM strategies (inc. health insurance), showing their specific contributions to risk management.

Youth Globalization and Society in Africa and Its Diaspora

Kiswahili has an important role to play toward unity of the continent. ... of positive attitudes toward Kiswahili and work to19 Peter Moses Musau, “Freeing the Airwaves of Cultural Enslavement: The Case of Media in Kenya,” in Kiswahili, ...

Author: Jepkorir-Rose Chepyator-Thomson

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781527546851

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 294

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This edited collection provides a window into Africa’s diversity. A wide-ranging body of authors offers a valuable glimpse into the challenges and opportunities presented by globalization to the youth in Africa and its diaspora, while issuing a stern call for action to local governments to act now and tap into the energy of Africa’s burgeoning youth population. In doing so, the authors expand extant literature on the continent’s coping with globalization in the context of young people in various African nations. Featured in the collection are views on education, language, agriculture, sport and technology, deeply interwoven into the schooling, behavior, and health of youth. Specifically, these practices are found in both formal and non-formal education, agricultural production, and food nutrition, computer technology, and sport’s amelioration of health issues, throughout Africa.

MUSAUTHOR s Law

The Playwright's Comment and Justifications-The plays submitted in these volumes represent years of theatrical endeavor.

Author: Musau Mattmeachamjr

Publisher:

ISBN: 1691066397

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Page: 110

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The Playwright's Comment and Justifications-The plays submitted in these volumes represent years of theatrical endeavor. These plays are written for both the stage and film, and also for the young and the old. The subject matters vary while technique is exploratory and experimental motivated by an endeavor to incite the audience. The stage script is written to be performed while the film script is written to entertain. Both should have a message embedded in the plot. This is just Volume 9 of a 31 book series dealing with writing and the performing arts. Also, what makes these volumes unique and iconoclastic is that I explore the evolution of language, and offer linguistical theories utilizing several different languages in an attempt to show the universality of the human being...

Social Reinsurance

Today , government plays a minimal role : no regulation of health care or ( nonprofit ) health insurance providers and no financial or technical transfers . UGANDA — KISIIZI HOSPITAL HEALTH SOCIETY Reference : Musau 1999 .

Author: David M. Dror

Publisher: World Bank Publications

ISBN: 0821350412

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 518

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Annotation This volume views community-based microinsurance as an incremental first step to improved financial protection and better access to health services for the poor. While community-based financing can be structured in various ways, this volume focuses on reinsurance as a mechanism for improving micro-level health insurance units. It outlines strategies and policies that can be applied by countries and donors to improve access to health care services.

Handbook of Attenuated Psychosis Syndrome Across Cultures

Javanese shadow plays, Javanese selves. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. ... Mamah, D., Musau, A., Mutiso, V. N., Owoso, A., Abdallah, A. B., Cottler, L. B., ... Ndetei, D. M. (2016). Characterizing psychosis risk traits in ...

Author: Huijun Li

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030173364

Category: Psychology

Page: 398

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This handbook examines state-of-the-art research and clinical findings on attenuated psychosis syndrome (APS) across the globe. It addresses symptoms, assessment methods, and treatment approaches as they differ and converge across countries and cultures. The handbook explores how the illness impairs many aspects of daily functioning, with high rates of suicide and a reduced life span. It details how early detection is critical and may greatly reduce the public health burden of the illness. Chapters describe the early identification and intervention efforts that are currently underway across the world. The book offers international findings from prominent researchers, elaborating culturally relevant illness symptoms, help-seeking behaviors, and assessment and intervention strategies. In addition, chapters illustrate wide variations in symptom expression and experience, reinforcing the necessity of culturally attuned practice in patient-centered care. The book concludes by examining the implications – challenges and opportunities – for future research and clinical practices from an international perspective. Topics featured in the Handbook include: Barriers to service in low-resourced countries. The role of traditional or culturally acceptable care in developing early intervention models. The reliability and validity of tools for assessing and identifying APS. Possible medical diagnoses that can present with APS symptoms and how to differentiate these conditions from APS. /divThe Handbook of Attenuated Psychosis Syndrome Across Cultures is a must-have resource for researchers, professors, clinicians, and related professionals as well as graduate students in child and school psychology, psychiatry, social work, and related disciplines.

Peerless Images

83 Mir musauiiir (painter) '14.70: 96 Mir Sayyid 'Ali (painter) 04: 100. ... 249 molded jug with depiction from 233 "Barbad Plays for Khusrau" 234 "Bathing Slunii I Hscovered bv Khusrau" 27 "Farhad (Carries Shirin and her Horse" 32; ...

Author: Vice-President Eleanor G Sims

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 9780300090383

Category: Art

Page: 349

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This book is the first survey of the figural arts of the Iranian world from prehistoric times to the early twentieth century ever to consider themes, rather than styles. Analyzing primarily painting - in manuscripts and albums, on walls and on lacquered, painted pen boxes and caskets - but also the related arts of sculpture, ceramics, and metalwork, the author finds that the underlying themes depicted on them through the ages are remarkably consistent. Eleanor Sims demonstrates that all these arts display similar concerns: kingship and legitimacy; the righteous exercise of princely power and the defense of national territory; and the performance of rituals and the religious duties called for by the paramount cult of the day. She describes a variety of superb works of art inside and outside these categories, noting not only how they illustrate archetypal themes but also what it is about them that is unique. She also discusses the ways that Iranian art both influenced and was influenced by invaders and neighboring lands. Boris I. Marshak discusses pre-Islamic and also Central Asian art, in particular the earliest Iranian wall paintings and their pictorial parallels in rock carvings and metalwork, and the richly painted temples and houses of Panjikent. Ernst J. Grube considers religious imagery, and provides an informative bibliography.