Theatre is important to me personally because it constantly makes me see the world from someone else’s point of view. Theatre causes me to question how my character would view or feel about a certain situation. Theatre takes me outside of my own mind and forces me to “why.” Theatre is also an incredible safe … More Theatre is
The One Act class has set up this set many times, but this week, it’s just not happening… they have lost it and don’t understand how to work together anymore. No!!! I’ve lost them! One Act Setting up? from Homestead Theatre Department on Vimeo.
Today I realized that in two weeks we will be having callbacks for the fall show. I proceeded to tell everyone at the workshop this and thy all groaned. Today we worked on our audition pieces, whatever that may be. But we got down and dirty with the text and the movement. Using pantomime in … More Ahhh, summer
There is an indescribable feeling that wells up inside me when I watch young adults create. This past Friday, 50 dance and drama students in middle and high school came together to create a medieval festival. They were given the opportunity to create original scenes, fun dances and work on scripted scenes. The whole morning … More Pursuit Fine Arts 2012
It’s a scary thought… 3 days, 3 more rehearsals, 14 hours of rehearsal time until “Pippin” opens. We had our first day of tech on Friday, which went swimmingly. Everything is falling into place. The costumes look fabulous, the pit orchestra is getting the music, our actors and putting everything together and stage crew is … More Three days to go
Once upon a time in the land of Stage Crew Lived two painters that everyone knew. They painted sets as if they were pros (Though they never could keep the paint off of their clothes). One day Ms. Figg-Franzoi said, “Sam and Nikki, I’d like you to make me a lovely bed tree.” So that … More Poetree