Netta Yerushalmy from Doug Varone and Dancers, dances during a performance of Chapters of a Broken Novel. The show was constructed from a collection of quotes from different types of media and is meant to be viewed as either individual pieces or a full-length work. Doug Varone and Dancers are in Durham as part of the American Dance Festival. Chapters of a Broken Novel were performed at the Reynolds Industries Theatre in the Bryan Center at Duke University on Monday, July 11, 2011. (The Herald-Sun | Lauren A. Vied)
Part three of my Herald-Sun series takes part mostly when interns got to rule the photo department. Pretty awesome I shall say. Because not only did we rule, Harry Potter 7.2 came out, temperatures busted into the 100s and Durham practically melted. Although shooting inside for the American Dance Festival and butter beer from the Harry Potter Party at the Southwest Regional Library kept me from melting after double heat features (feature pictures illustrating extreme heat; usually include pools, kids, sweat and old folks) attacked!
William Sutcliffe, far left, makes polyjuice potion with his brother, Robert, far right, while Amy Godfrey, dressed as "Nymphadora Tonks," and Finny Lorenz, dressed as "Draco Malfoy," direct the potion making at the Harry Potter party at the Southwest Regional Library in Durham on Wednesday, July 13, 2011. (The Herald-Sun | Lauren A. Vied)
Henry Brown, dressed as the infamous "Harry Potter," play the "Bertie Botts Beans" trivia game Harry Potter party at the Southwest Regional Library in Durham on Wednesday, July 13, 2011. Contestants won jelly beans based on the "Bertie Botts Beans" candy from the books. (The Herald-Sun | Lauren A. Vied)
I love how Henry Brown in this last shot looks just like Harry Potter in The Sorcerer's Stone! Watch out Daniel Radcliffe! Until next time...Ciao!