Happy Birthday Richard Rodgers! Legendary composer Richard Rodgers was born on June 28. Find out more about the composer of such classics as Oklahoma!, The Sound of Music, The King and I, Carousel, Babes in Arms and Pal Joey at PlaybillVault.com.
“I see too many dancers littered on the road along the way to that one dancer on stage. I’m not saying everyone should be on stage, but that everyone should have the tools to get to that stage.” -Luc Vanier Today in my Ballet Grad-class we did not dance. Instead we just spoke about our prejudices … More Continuing your childhood passion
During my time in Ms. Figg-Franzoi’s Hour 2 Tri 3 Acting 1 class I learned much about acting and the world itself. What I found really fun and interesting were the group projects we did. My favorite one was the commercial. The reason this one was my favorite is because of all the free reign … More Ms. Figg-Franzoi’s dysfunctional annoying Class By Julius Kellner
When we chose independent readings for English Literature last trimester, I jumped straight for Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett. In the absurdist play, two tramps, Vladimir and Estragon bicker at each other as they wait for the arrival of Godot. Instead, two strange characters – Pozzo and his insane slave Lucky pay a visit. … More Waiting for Godot By: Mark Usatinsky
There is something very unique and intriguing about performing in the Black Box. Because of the intimate space, every emotion is more potent than if it were in a big auditorium. The audience is up close and personal with the actors and can see their every move, making it essential that the actors are genuine … More Black Box Production By: Alex Gieske