By: Joey Enea (’20) Acting actually did a lot for me surprised I really was just taking the class because I needed the class to graduate and really wasn’t expecting anything out of class. But Acting did a lot because it really changed my point of view on actors and live performances. It was actually … More Acting 1 stories from Joey Enea
BY LEAH WALSH Leah Walsh, host of the artists’ podcast The Compass, shares words of advice from her fellow artists that she is thankful for this year. I am thankful for these insights living a full artistic life from The Compass Podcast archives. Check out these past episodes if you need something to listen to on … More 6 Pieces of Advice from Theatre Artists to Be Thankful For
Each tri Acting 1 creates short films for their final exam. This is our 1st tri’s batch of films!
By: Sophia King (’22) Theater has always been apart of my family and my life. My mom has been acting since she was a kid, because of that she has made it a part of mine. When I was younger I used to do plays, commercials, and musicals. I felt connected with my mom and … More What Acting 1 Taught me
“Big Fish centers on two men – Edward and Will Bloom – and two thematic questions: Mortality, or How Does a Hero Live On? Fatherhood, or What Makes a Good Dad?” This is the first page of the Director’s script for Homestead’s musical, Big Fish, written by the author, John August on February 2014. Hello, Amelia Figg-Franzoi … More “Big Fish” hits close to home.
BY PHILIP HERNÁNDEZ Imagine you’re in a hot air balloon that’s losing altitude. As the ground gets closer, you realize the only way to slow your descent is to lighten your load by throwing off the things on board that are weighing you down. You have to choose what stays and what goes or you won’t … More 10 Attitudes That Keep Actors From Working