While actors have the black box, and stage crew has the grid, I think that the sanctuary of any costume girl is the costume room itself. Whether a bad day has gotten me down, or I don’t think I can handle the stress in my life anymore, all it takes is a simple trip up … More What the costume room means to me.
So, I was digging around in old journals the other week, trying to find notes from my Directing class at University (Note for all university students: do not write notes in your journals, as much as you think it’s saving space and such, it will not help you). Any road, instead of my University years, … More Stage Crew of Yesteryears
Lets get to know the Drama Clubbers!!! If you want to participate, just message Homestead Teatro the questions and answers and I’ll post them on the Blog, so everyone can get to a little more about you! 1. How did you get involved in Theatre? 2. How long have you been involved in Theatre? From … More Getting to know you!
Sarah Mai, our resident actor/artist has drawn some renderings for the Dwarves costumes. Our Costume Shop workers are using these designs for creating the 13 dwarves outfits in the play.
Not so long ago actually. In fact, that time, not so long ago, I was a student at HHS, walking the halls with a backpack and laughing at my locker with my friends (yes back then we were smart and still utilized lockers. I had magnetic poetry in mine, my friends and I would spend … More Once upon a time I was a student.
This is how I feel today…sometimes all you need is tea. I remember crying when I used my last tea bag from Ireland. I had been hoarding it all semester, but my day was too stressful, and I broke down and fixed myself a proper cuppa. But in my last sip, I also was letting … More Tea Time