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HI WORDPRESS GUYS!
Below is a sample of the layout for which I’d like more flexibility on line-spacing.  The headings are in caps and bold and the text is the paragraph underneath (eg WHAT THE PUPPET TEACHES THE ACTOR  (heading) and  First presented …. winter 2010 (text paragraph).

I’d like the text paragraphs to sit close under the headings, with the same size leading as when text runs on automatically to the next line.  So no extra gap between WHAT THE PUPPET TEACHES THE ACTOR and  “First presented during …

I would also like to double the spacing between the end of the paragraph and the next heading.  So after “winter 2010) I’d like to have more space before LISTENING TO THE MATERIAL.

I hope that this is now clearer.  Thanks for your help.   Sample layout begins here ….

WHAT THE PUPPET TEACHES THE ACTOR

First presented during the How to act conference (2007), organised by the Central School of Speech & Drama. The talk has since been published as an article in the book Theatre Materials, edited by Eleanor Margolies, and in the Spanish theatre journal Revista Galego de Teatro (No.65, winter 2010).

 LISTENING TO THE MATERIAL

A lecture accompanied by film about devising theatre with puppets, objects and materials.  First presented during the Theatre Materials conference (2008), organised by the Central School of Speech & Drama, and subsequently at the Tallinn Treff festival, Estonia (2009), the 7+7 Solos festival in Lapland (2010), and at the Festival of Puppet Theatre of the Black Sea Countries in Sochi, Russia (2011).

 WHAT MAKES PUPPETS, OBJECTS & MATERIALS INTERESTING FOR ACTORS, DANCERS AND SCENOGRAPHERS

A talk, accompanied by film, commissioned by the Tallinn Treff festival 2010, Estonia. Subsquently presented at the Turku Academy of the Arts for circus, acting, dance and puppetry students.

GROUP MANIPULATION

A talk accompanied by film and Q&A session requested by the TIP-Connection, international puppetry association, Turku, Finland (2011). The theme was how to direct and perform puppets manipulated by three or more operators.

 WHO DO WE SEE? PUPPET OR PUPPETEER?

A talk and workshop about the dramatic and dramaturgical possibilites of the visible puppeteer. Presented at the puppet centre Poiju in Helsinki, Finland (2012).