How to fit in really good with Theatre people #6 Thrift Stores Thrift stores are a very important aspect of the theatre person’s life. Aside from the fact that all of the clothes and materials in the store are low priced, most of the crap in these stores is really out dated. In the theatre world, … More Stuff Theatre People Like
I showed this video to my Third Tri Acting 1 class today and realized I hadn’t posted it to the blog yet. This is the finest commercial I’ve seen in awhile. I hope you enjoy the work of 9-12 grade Acting 1 students. <p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/64149248″>Trash Porter</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/user14257475″>Homestead Theatre Department</a> on <a href=”http://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p>
So, I’m putting together the 2012-2013 theatre book and thinking ahead to our 2nd Annual Pat’s Awards. It would be wonderful to include your memories into the book and the Award Ceremony. So, what has happened to you this year? Any funny stories? Sad stories? An ‘ah-ha!’ moment? The moment you met your best friend…or … More 2012-2013 Theatre Memories
By: Jon Jory I’ve been chatting with you about acting for several months now. Among other tools, we’ve discussed the action (some people call it the objective), which is what your character, at any moment, wants another character to do, feel, or understand. We’ve talked about the obstacle, which is the circumstance that stands in … More 10 Ways to Tune your Performance
By: Robert Barton “my spirit lifts me high above the ground. I have an answer ready for any man. I have the wit to jest even with the saints. I am as true as flesh and blood may be. I was not born to sue, but to command. The heavens dlazed with light upon my … More How to Become an Elizabethan!