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  • Watch Video from Provocative, Startling L.A. Bent, Featuring Scissor Sisters’ Jake Shears, Andy Mien

    Playbill.com : News
    Andrew Gans
    31 Jul 2015 | 10:30 am
    A teaser reel from The Center Theatre Group/Mark Taper production of Bent, Martin Sherman's seminal drama about gays trying to stay alive in Nazi Germany where homosexuality is a crime, has been released. The limited engagement officially opened July 26 following previews that began July 15.
  • Theater News: Japan Society Announces 2015-16 Season Events

    TheaterMania.com
    31 Jul 2015 | 1:00 pm
    Japanese theater is introduced to American audiences.
  • Critic's Notebook: Northern Ireland Town Embraces Beckett Festival

    NYT > Theater
    ROSLYN SULCAS
    31 Jul 2015 | 6:11 am
    The Happy Days Enniskillen International Beckett Festival, which opened on July 23 and runs through Monday, offers a festive and buoyant atmosphere.
  • Lafayette cops release frantic 911 calls from movie theater where...

    Theater News
    31 Jul 2015 | 3:48 am
    Six people stabbed at Jerusalem gay pride march 'by ultra-Orthodox Jew released from jail three weeks ago for identical attack in 2005' Brooke Astor's $14.5million fortune goes to her 'hated daughter-in-law Miss Piggy' while her beloved grandsons get NOTHING Hillary Clinton's popularity hits a new low as voters say they don't trust her OR Trump and that NEITHER care about people like them 'Worse than The Dress!' Maddening online debate over the cost of Obamacare turns a simple math question into a complex equation nobody seems able to solve 'Send anybody you got!': Lafayette cops release…
  • 6 Chances to Get Cast

    Backstage.com News
    31 Jul 2015 | 9:52 am
    Here are six chances to practice what you learned in that acting workshop all over the country! “DEEPWATER HORIZON”This Mark Wahlberg-starring film is in need of extras based in the New Orleans area. The film centers on the rig explosion that resulted in the worst oil spill in history. This is a paid gig!  “SLEEP HOLLOW THE MUSICAL”Creatives are casting lead and supporting actors with singing talents as well as dancers for an original musical based on “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.” “WICKED,” B’WAY AND NATIONAL TOURThis Great White Way…
 
 
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  • Lafayette cops release frantic 911 calls from movie theater where...

    31 Jul 2015 | 3:48 am
    Six people stabbed at Jerusalem gay pride march 'by ultra-Orthodox Jew released from jail three weeks ago for identical attack in 2005' Brooke Astor's $14.5million fortune goes to her 'hated daughter-in-law Miss Piggy' while her beloved grandsons get NOTHING Hillary Clinton's popularity hits a new low as voters say they don't trust her OR Trump and that NEITHER care about people like them 'Worse than The Dress!' Maddening online debate over the cost of Obamacare turns a simple math question into a complex equation nobody seems able to solve 'Send anybody you got!': Lafayette cops release…
  • Fluoride debate hits Colorado's largest water utility

    30 Jul 2015 | 11:46 pm
    The governor of California on Thursday allowed parole for one of three men convicted in the 1976 kidnapping of 26 children and their school bus driver who were held captive in a buried trailer. A federal judge in Alaska has ordered Greenpeace USA to pay a fine of $2,500 for every hour that protesters continue to block a Royal Dutch Shell icebreaker from leaving Portland, Oregon, for the Arctic.
  • Voices: Matt Lauer vs. Tom Cruise led to deeper understanding

    30 Jul 2015 | 3:11 pm
    By time he sat down with Matt Lauer ten summers ago to promote new movie War of the Worlds, Tom Cruise had become caught up in such a cyclone of controversy over recent criticisms of the psychiatric profession that the topic hijacked his appearance. Voices: Matt Lauer vs. Tom Cruise led to deeper understanding By time he sat down with Matt Lauer ten summers ago to promote new movie War of the Worlds, Tom Cruise had become caught up in such a cyclone of controversy over recent criticisms of the psychiatric profession that the topic hijacked his appearance.
  • 'It's a gift'a "Leslie Odom Jr. relishes his 'Hamilton' shot

    30 Jul 2015 | 10:56 am
    During an early version of the Founding Fathers musical "Hamilton," Leslie Odom Jr. was in the seats with the audience, blown away. The guy playing Aaron Burr was making him a little envious, too.
  • Francine 13 Blurs the Lines of Femininity and Sex With Her Musical-Theater Hybrid

    30 Jul 2015 | 6:47 am
    Francine 13 is a really shy person, but you'd never know it from seeing her perform. Inspired by theater, she wears elaborate costumes and performs as four different characters, or as she calls them, "sonic shadows."
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  • 6 Chances to Get Cast

    31 Jul 2015 | 9:52 am
    Here are six chances to practice what you learned in that acting workshop all over the country! “DEEPWATER HORIZON”This Mark Wahlberg-starring film is in need of extras based in the New Orleans area. The film centers on the rig explosion that resulted in the worst oil spill in history. This is a paid gig!  “SLEEP HOLLOW THE MUSICAL”Creatives are casting lead and supporting actors with singing talents as well as dancers for an original musical based on “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.” “WICKED,” B’WAY AND NATIONAL TOURThis Great White Way…
  • Lifetime TV Brings Broadway to the Small Screen

    31 Jul 2015 | 9:46 am
    Are you not getting enough Broadway-caliber theater on your TV screen? Of course you’re not. The Lifetime channel’s award-winning morning show “The Balancing Act” will begin Season 2 of its “Broadway Balances America” series in August. Sponsored by event producer Broadway Across America, the six-part series will feature several touring shows from the Great White Way, weekdays at 7:30 a.m. Among the musicals stepping into the spotlight are the recent Broadway productions of “Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella,” “Cabaret,” and…
  • WATCH: Christina Applegate Audition for ‘Anchorman’

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:30 am
    Christina Applegate may have turned down a role on “Legally Blonde,” but the “Married... With Children” actor couldn’t pass up the chance to play Veronica Corningstone in “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy.” As Will Ferrell’s onscreen lover and competition, Applegate is hilarious as the headstrong female anchor trying to make it in a man’s world, her sexual desires be damned. The reading takes place so early on in the filmmaking process, her character’s name is Alicia! Watch her audition and chemistry read with Ferrell and see if…
  • Now Casting ‘Limitless’ and Upcoming Auditions

    31 Jul 2015 | 6:55 am
    Talent is currently being sought for the upcoming CBS drama “Limitless.” Inspired by the film of the same name, “Limitless” stars Bradley Cooper, Jake McDorman, Jennifer Carpenter, and others, and follows Brian (McDorman) who gains the ability to use all of his brain’s capabilities. Four background roles are being cast for the network show, and submissions are being sought from the NYC area. For more details, check out the casting notice for “Limitless” here, and be sure to check out the rest of our audition listings!
  • Texas Now Casting ‘Trial by Media’ and Upcoming Auditions

    31 Jul 2015 | 6:41 am
    Talent is currently being sought for the documentary series “Trial by Media.” “Trial by Media” is a true crime series based on actual events. Several roles are being cast for this production, and submissions are being sought from Dallas, Texas. This is a paid gig! For more details, check out the casting notice for “Trial by Media” here, and be sure to check out the rest of our Texas audition listings!
 
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    Backstage.com Interview

  • 1 Piece of Advice ‘Welcome to Sweden’ Star Greg Poehler Got From His Sister

    30 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    Greg Poehler’s first time meeting his now wife’s extended family is forever immortalized in the NBC comedy “Welcome to Sweden.” In Poehler’s fictionalized retelling, American Bruce must survive intense cultural clashes when he accompanies his Swedish girlfriend, Emma, back to her parents’ house. “That whole sequence of events was when the idea popped into the head,” he says. “I came directly off the airplane to her family’s summer house, and about 30 of her relatives were waiting—with drinking songs, dancing around the Swedish…
  • 3 Reasons to Act in Phoenix

    30 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    Leave it to former actors to be at the top of the casting game in Phoenix. Husband and wife Garth and Jan Williams made the transition to CDs when a well-established casting department in their region announced it would shutter its business; seeing a gap to fill, the couple seized the opportunity.  “When we first started dating, we joked about having our own theater company together or something like that,” says Garth Williams. “Because we were so fortunate to be successful actors in Chicago and L.A., and the people we got to work with and train with and were directed…
  • Phoenix Actors Have Good Faith in Casting

    30 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    Bella Hibbs, casting associate at Good Faith Casting’s Phoenix branch, has the biz in her blood. “I’ve been officially working [here] for four years,” she says, “but growing up with my mom in the industry, it feels like my whole life!” Her mother, longtime casting director Faith Hibbs-Clark, used to take Hibbs to the sets of indie films and commercials. “I remember being on set, getting to see the moviemaking magic, the actors’ headshots and résumés. It’s all been embedded in me from a young age.” That exposure comes in…
  • 8 Questions With…Christopher Meloni

    30 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    First, Christopher Meloni traveled back to the 1980s for Netflix’s “Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp,” reprising his role from the 2001 film as a deranged chef. Now, he’s going back to the 1970s, where he’s considerably more stable playing the stepfather of the sexually awakened narrator of “Diary of a Teenage Girl.” Tell us about “Diary of a Teenage Girl.”It’s a coming-of-age story set in the mid- to late 1970s San Francisco from the eyes of a precocious young lady who is immersed in the world of graphic novels like…
  • Atlanta’s Barefoot Playhouse Puts Its Best Foot Forward

    30 Jul 2015 | 7:19 am
    For the past 34 years, the Atlanta Workshop Players have been offering classes, workshops, and camps on acting, improv, musical theater, voice acting, and pretty much any other subject related to film, television, or stage production. Most of those years were spent teaching throughout the Atlanta area until the troupe moved into the Barefoot Playhouse, its own teaching and performance space in Alpharetta, Ga., eight years ago. “One of the classes we’re going to be doing this year is on TV and film through time,” says founder-director Don Stallings. “We’re going…
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  • Antonio Banderas to Star in New Starz Series HAVANA QUARTET

    31 Jul 2015 | 12:13 pm
    Starz Chief Executive Officer Chris Albrecht announced at today's Starz Television Critics Association TCA presentation at the Beverly Hilton that Starz is developing Entertainment One Television's eOne Havana Quartet starring international film star Antonio Banderas
  • STAGE TUBE: First Look at Highlights of CTG's BENT

    31 Jul 2015 | 11:38 am
    Just in to BroadwayWorldMartin Sherman's BENT, a groundbreaking drama about the rare power of love in the most inhumane conditions, will be directed by Moiss Kaufman, began previews on July 15 and opens July 26 for a run through August 23, 2015, at theCenter Theatre GroupMark Taper Forum. BroadwayWorld has a stunning first look at highlights below
  • Kenny Ortega on Working with DESCENDANTS' Kristin Chenoweth: 'She's Like a Stick of Dynamite'

    31 Jul 2015 | 11:25 am
    The 'High School Musical' helmer talked about what it was like to work with star of stage and screen, Kristin Chenoweth Broadway's ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY, who portrays 'Maleficent' in the new film.
  • Up on the Marquee: A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE

    31 Jul 2015 | 11:15 am
    Direct from two completely sold-out engagements in London, producers Scott Rudin and Lincoln Center Theater will bring the Young Vic's critically-acclaimed production of Arthur Miller'sA View from the Bridgeto Broadway this fall. The production, which swept the 2015 Olivier Awards - winning for Best Revival, Best Director, and Best Actor Mark Strong -will begin previews Wednesday evening, October 21 and open on Thursday, November 12 at the Lyceum Theatre, 149 West 45 Street.A View from the Bridgewill play an 18-week limited engagement through Sunday, February 21, 2016.
  • Bernadette Peters Talks Recent LuPone Incident, New Children's Book & More on TODAY

    31 Jul 2015 | 11:11 am
    While two playful, and adoptable, puppies rough house on the TODAY show set, Tony award winner Bernadette Peters spoke to hosts Kathie Lee and Hoda about her new children's book 'Stella and Charlie.'
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    Jane Fonda

  • HAPPY WORLD EMOJI DAY!!

    Jane
    17 Jul 2015 | 10:53 am
    Yes, today is officially World Emoji Day. I only discovered the fun of emojis a few months ago, and I love using them. Its like a new language. Who Knew! Its hard not to be amused while searching for the perfect image. Here are some of my most often used: ❤️ There are so many, but I still find myself searching for emojis that don’t exist. I found out that less than a month ago someone finally made a Taco Emoji! I mean where do they come from? Who makes them? Whomever you are, please create feminist and environmental emojis. Do you use Emojis? What are your favorites.?
  • IN TORONTO FOR A BIG CLIMATE & JOBS MARCH

    Jane
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:00 am
    I spent this weekend– July 4th and 5th –in Toronto with my grandson, Malcolm, helping to build awareness and support for a big ‘Jobs, Justice, and Climate Action.’ rally and march. It was an important occasion because it brought together an historic coalition of labor unions, First Nations Peoples, workers and students. Plus, it was in advance of the economic Pan American Climate Summit also taking place in Toronto. where politicians, policymakers and economists from across the Americas will hear from corporate leaders gathering to advance an economic austerity agenda that is…
  • GEARING UP FOR GRACE & FRANKIE SEASON II

    Jane
    2 Jul 2015 | 1:36 pm
    I feel much better going into this new season than I did last year and I’m very grateful that we got another go at it. Last year I was new to episodic television (I say television even though Netflix is streaming, not TV– but still, the shooting of it is more or less the same). I’d been a guest star on “The Newsroom,” yes, but that’s very different than going to work every day, being in almost every scene, with little or no rehearsals, different directors for almost every episode and having very little input- I was on a steep learning curve and didn’t…
  • STOPPING SHELL OIL

    Jane
    14 Jun 2015 | 7:00 pm
    with First Nations Leader Melina Laboucan-Massimo and Rachel McAdams (Photo: Jason Van Bruggen) I’ve been in Vancouver for 2 days where I joined with Greenpeace activists, First Nations peoples, parents, grandparents, professors, students at an amazing 6-hour ‘Toast The Coast’ rally on Jerricho Beach to celebrate the pristine beauty of the Northwest coastline and to stop Big Oil from devastating it: Shell’s preparing to drill in Alaska, new pipelines are proposed to bring tar sand oil to the coast, more oil-carrying super tankers running up and down the coast. Remember Exxon Valdez?
  • TIME.com – Jane Fonda: Arctic Drilling Is Obscene

    Jane
    11 Jun 2015 | 2:36 pm
    Jane Fonda is an actress, writer, and activist. The China Syndrome actress on the dangers of Shell drilling for oil In less than 30 days, Royal Dutch Shell wants to begin drilling for oil in the newly ice-free parts of the Alaskan Arctic. The company is ignoring the advice of engineers and scientists around the world who say this type of extreme fossil fuel project can’t go forward if we have any hope of stopping the most catastrophic effects of climate change. From India to Australia, we’re already dealing with droughts, superstorms, and resource scarcity caused by climate change, and…
 
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    The Wicked Stage

  • How Bent Made Gay History

    Rob Weinert-Kendt
    13 Jul 2015 | 2:34 am
    Tom Bell and Ian McKellen in the London premiere of Bent, 1979.A major revival of Martin Sherman's play Bent begins performances on July 15 at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles, directed by Moises Kaufman. I contributed this piece to the show's program, learned a lot in writing it, and thought it was worth sharing with a wider audience.It was a passing reference to “pink triangles” in As Time Goes Bya 1976 play about a century of gay life, that caught Martin Sherman’s attention. As he put it recently, “It was one of those awful cliches--you could see the light bulb going off over my…
  • Up With Hamilton

    Rob Weinert-Kendt
    8 Jul 2015 | 7:07 am
    I was recently contracted to write a preview of the Broadway transfer of Hamilton for Time Out NY, but the piece was spiked in favor of a no-doubt-excellent preview by the estimable Adam Feldman. Below is the piece I submitted. (My previous writings on the show are here, here, and here; I've also assigned two pieces about it for American Theatre, one by hip-hop theatre pioneer Danny Hoch, the other by National Review editor Reihan Salam.)I’ve had an ongoing argument with fellow theater critics and observers ever since Hamilton, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s knockout hip-hop musical about our…
  • The 11 O'Clock Matrix

    Rob Weinert-Kendt
    28 May 2015 | 11:11 am
    So the Times just had me contemplate the tradition of the Broadway musical's "11 o'clock number," and specifically, whether the great new musical Fun Home has one in the stunning "Days and Days." You can read all about that hereThe initial question that spurred the story was: Is it rare or common for the 11 o'clock number to be handed to a non-central character, as it is with "Days and Days"? Examples immediately started to come to mind (with the help of several Facebook friends), and it became clear that there were several different ways this near-ending song slot is used,…
  • "A Free-Ranging, Even Frenetic Power"

    Rob Weinert-Kendt
    26 May 2015 | 4:02 am
    A striking number of people involved in the May 2006 production of columbinus at New York Theatre Workshop went on to have careers I've followed, and/or I've gotten to know: actors Anna Camp, Bobby Steggert, Will Rogers, and Karl Miller, and cowriter Stephen Karam, for instance. Karam's cowriter and the piece's director, PJ Paparelli, is someone I've only "followed" from a distance, as a theater journalist interested in the national scene, because his work since then has been at Chicago's American Theater Company. (If memory serves, Paparelli himself cold-called me at my American…
  • Catching Up Before Summer

    Rob Weinert-Kendt
    8 May 2015 | 2:43 am
    Dakin Matthews and Helen Mirren in "The Audience." (Photo by Joan Marcus)The Broadway season has come to an end, and while much of the exciting work this past year was Off-Broadway (and there's more to come, particularly Off-Broadway), the annual rush of intense theatregoing on all fronts has abated at last, for the time being. For both the NY Times and America magazine I had the pleasure of covering some of the biggest non-Broadway shows of the year so far: the hip-hop/history phenom Hamilton (feature, review), the near-perfect The Iceman Cometh from Chicago's Goodman…
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    Parabasis

  • Nice Work If You Can Get It

    Parabasis
    29 Jul 2015 | 9:58 am
    By Isaac Butler You know, it's amazing, the racket that war promoters have discovered and built for themselves over the last fifteen years. Really, it's astounding.  First, you can get paid to promote the war in Iraq, a bullshit war fought for completely fraudulent reasons that many people knew or could tell at the time were fraudulent.  Then, when that war turns out to be total bullshit and to be costing a lot of money and killing a lot of civilians, you can get paid again to write publicly about your support for the War, whether it was wrong or not, and what…
  • Recipe Blogging: One of the Best Fish Dishes I've Ever Made

    Parabasis
    29 Jul 2015 | 7:54 am
    By Isaac Butler This (currently unnamed dish!)  is actually an adaptation of a David Chang recipe. Chang's recipes tend to break down into two categories: difficult/complicated recipes with easy to find ingredients, easy recipes with hard to find ingredients. Cured Hamachi with Horseradish-Edamame Puree & Furikake is one of the latter. You have to find very good tuna, and you have to find raw horseradish (actually impossible in my neighborhood in the summer, despite the half-dozen supermarkets and high end grocery stores within six or seven blocks of my apartment),…
  • Elia Kazan on Orson Welles

    Parabasis
    20 Jul 2015 | 10:19 am
    By Isaac Butler "There are some of the younger geniuses-- everybody who has done one successful production on Broadway is a genius-- who are aware of the rewards that a conscious attitude brings.  And chief among them is Orson Welles. Mr. Welles admits that his chief preoccupation is STYLE in his productions. He stars in an `Orson Welles Production.' George Bruckner or William Shakespeare can't say what they feel about what Welles has done to their plays, but if you ask any of the actors who appeared in these works they tell you that all Welles is interested in production.
  • And now... Gay Like Me.

    Parabasis
    29 Jun 2015 | 12:21 pm
    By Isaac Butler About five and a half years ago, I wrote an essay about being a kid in the gay rights movement in Washington, D.C. and the few months when I came out as gay (despite being, you know, straight). It was actually this essay, in an earlier form, that got me into graduate school but I never found the right home for it and then eventually some things in it stopped being strictly accurate simply due to the passage of time. It mentions, for example, my "upcoming" wedding, which is now over five years in the past.  In thinking about all the progress in LGBT rights over…
  • Out of Sync.

    Parabasis
    24 Jun 2015 | 7:59 am
    by Isaac Butler This week, the good folks over at TCG asked me to respond to some interview questions as part of a roundtable about the future of theater. I'm very proud of the results, which you can read here, in which I express, amongst other things, some skepticism about how ennobling art actually is. I want to expand on that point in a later post, but for now I want to focus on this thing I said: JL: What is the most significant opportunity—or challenge—facing the theatre field, and how can we address it together? IB: To quote the O’jays… Money money money money…
 
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    Theater Loop - Chicago Tribune

  • New Richard Pryor show in Chicago

    Chris Jones
    31 Jul 2015 | 11:44 am
    "Unspeakable," a new seven-character show billed as a "dramatic fantasia" inspired by the life and work of Richard Pryor is headed to the Broadway Playhouse in Chicago, Broadway in Chicago said Monday. The five-week engagement begins Oct. 6.
  • Scott Adsit is back in Chicago with new 'Stolen House' improv show

    Chris Jones
    31 Jul 2015 | 11:44 am
    Scott Adsit, the Second City veteran also known for his work on "30 Rock," is returning to Chicago Aug. 7 with a new improv concept, "Stolen House."
  • Dancing Queequeg, the secret weapon in 'Moby Dick'

    Laura Molzahn
    31 Jul 2015 | 11:44 am
    Picture this: A timid, would-be mariner arrives in a crowded New England whaling port - and winds up sharing a bed with a nearly naked, heavily tattooed, oddly coiffed reputed cannibal, the proud owner of a six-and-a-half-foot harpoon.
  • Belting it out from 'Men of Soul' at Black Ensemble

    Doug George
    31 Jul 2015 | 11:44 am
    This latest Theater Loop Showcase is Kevin Pollack as a very commmited and convincing Joe Cocker, singing "With a Little Help From My Friends" - as Cocker sang the Beatles song at Woodstock in 1969.
  • Review: What does it mean to 'Feast' well?

    Chris Jones
    31 Jul 2015 | 11:44 am
    At one point in "Feast," the moving and provocative show by the Albany Park Theatre Project, a young performer asks the audience a direct question: How many have been to the public aid office?
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    Penny Plain, Twopence Coloured

  • August 2015 National Puppetry Festival

    Trish Short Lewis
    11 Jul 2015 | 4:57 pm
    At this year's National Puppetry Festival, there will be a toy theatre mini-festival.Performers will be:- Torry Bend (The Paper Hat Game)- Clare Dolen & The Museum of Everyday Life (Elephant)- EulenSpiegel Puppets (Finding Home)- Great Small Works (Terror as Usual: Episode 13: Whistles & Leaks)- Little Did Productions (Eli the Luthier)- Microscope Toy Theater (Fisherman's Dream)Video of Eli the Luthier (Little Did Productions)Video of Fisherman's Dream (Microscope Toy Theatre)
  • West End LIVE! Does Toy Theatre?!

    Trish Short Lewis
    20 Jun 2015 | 2:12 pm
    Once again Benjamin Pollock's Toyshop is performing as part of the West End LIVE! event, performing today and tomorrow in Trafalgar Square. Note that if you do attend, and post photos from the event on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook with hashtag #pollockswestendlive, you will automatically have a chance to win a FREE toy theatre!The cast having their costume fittings at the shop, and "getting into character"We welcome you to Benjamin Pollock's Toyshop's West End LIVE! theatre...Come see the beautiful stage, costumes, and very talented (and FUN!) performers...Toy Theatre performers go…
  • Depict-O-Mat: Toy Theatre "Photo Booth"

    Trish Short Lewis
    23 May 2015 | 7:31 pm
    Depict-O-Mat Kickstarter video from Depict-O-Mat on Vimeo.A toy theatre-related fundraiser needs your help.  Yes, you!  I just got done donating $15 to them. They need about $400 more to reach their goal.  Let's help them get there!  [Read how, below...]Created for event entertainment, Depict-O-Mat is modeled after a vintage photo booth and dispenses short, personalized stories.Depict-O-Mat is a live machine that tells visual stories ABOUT you and STARRING you!Combining nostalgia, improvisation and toy theater, Depict-O-Mat is a unique experience that will soon be…
  • Zach Dorn: Ordinary is Extraordinary

    Trish Short Lewis
    25 Apr 2015 | 1:38 pm
    Tonight only, artist Zach Dorn deploys his Toy Theater show — 21st Century style — at Studio@620. In his An Excruciatingly Ordinary Toy Theater Show, Dorn - a recent grant recipient from the Jim Henson Foundation - moves digital cameras through toy-sized streets peopled with paper puppets, all to dramatize tales about a lonely puppeteer stalking the child of notorious celebrities, a ghost who bugs a little boy, and an opera-singing landlord who refuses to return a security deposit. Dorn describes his tiny productions this way:  "Miniature Curiosa explores the underbelly of childhood…
  • David Lewis Worobec Documentary

    Trish Short Lewis
    10 Mar 2015 | 12:59 am
    David Worobec's Enchanted World from Narratively on Vimeo.Recently the amazing David Lewis Worobec was the subject of a short documentary.  For those of us who follow David from afar, it was the closest we've had yet to the "next best thing" to actually being there...Earlier this year, David and his mother Polly were featured in a story on Maine Public Broadcasting...
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    The Theatrefolk Blog

  • 5 questions with Jeffrey Harr

    Lindsay Price
    27 Jul 2015 | 10:00 pm
    We have a great community of amazing playwrights here at Theatrefolk that contribute to our collection of middle and high school plays. We hope you’ll enjoy this peek behind the curtain as they share how they approach the creative process, how they overcome challenges, and what advice they have for young playwrights. Don’t forget to check out their […]The post 5 questions with Jeffrey Harr appeared first on The Theatrefolk Blog.
  • Working with a Chorus

    Guest Blogger
    26 Jul 2015 | 10:00 pm
    Stacy Meisetschlaeger, Theatre director, Ridgeview Middle School, Round Rock, Texas talks about working with a very large Chorus in her production of Agatha Rex. Thank you so much Stacy for writing this great guest post! The Chorus in “Agatha Rex” is a very exciting prospect for a director. I cast 23 additional Chorus members in addition to the […]The post Working with a Chorus appeared first on The Theatrefolk Blog.
  • Collaboration Games: Three Things in Common

    Lindsay Price
    24 Jul 2015 | 10:00 pm
    Use this exercise for the first week of class, especially if you have a group of students who don’t know each other very well. The point of the game is to get students to not just talk to each other, but go beyond surface connections. They have to think together to come up with commonalities […]The post Collaboration Games: Three Things in Common appeared first on The Theatrefolk Blog.
  • Plays and the Common Core – a Perfect Fit

    Guest Blogger
    19 Jul 2015 | 10:00 pm
    We welcome teacher and Theatrefolk playwright Jeffrey Harr as a guest writer on our Blog! Check out Jeffrey’s plays Stereotype High and Close Encounters of the Undead Kind.  In an age of seemingly endless assessments of our students’ ability to critically read and analyze literature, there is a dire need for them to experience a […]The post Plays and the Common Core – a Perfect Fit appeared first on The Theatrefolk Blog.
  • Mirror Game – Modified!

    Lindsay Price
    17 Jul 2015 | 10:00 pm
    The mirror game is a great stand-by in the theatre class. Students are grouped in pairs and face each other. One acts as the leader, moving their arms, legs, head, face, in a slow steady pattern so that they can be ‘mirrored’ by their partner. The follower strives to copy the leader exactly. It’s an […]The post Mirror Game – Modified! appeared first on The Theatrefolk Blog.
 
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    The Berkshire Review for the Arts » Theatre

  • Sex, Love, and Marriage come to Williamstown: Legacy, Off the Main Road, and Kinship at the Williamstown Theatre Festival

    Michael Miller
    27 Jul 2015 | 10:45 pm
    Like other arts institutions in the Berkshires the Williamstown Theatre Festival has had its share of ups and downs with what has been looking increasingly like a revolving door for artistic directors. The late Roger Rees, who created some especially intriguing programming, only lasted three years, Nicholas Martin, beset by illness, only two, and Jenny Gersten three. Most recently the programming seemed to be losing its luster. I for one began to find it harder and harder to find productions I was interested in seeing, much less writing about. The arrival this season of yet another new…
  • Bells Are Ringing—A Berkshire Theatre Group Production at The Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield through July 26.

    Nancy Salz
    21 Jul 2015 | 5:59 pm
    Before there was texting, emails, voicemails, and answering machines, there were telephone answering services. An extension of a telephone number was connected to a switchboard in an office where it was answered by an operator. Of course, whoever took the messages learned maybe a little too much about the customers lives, loves and foibles. The post Bells Are Ringing—A Berkshire Theatre Group Production at The Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield through July 26. appeared first on The Berkshire Review for the Arts.
  • Henry V at Shakespeare and Company, with Glances Forwards and Backwards

    Michael Miller
    12 Jul 2015 | 8:56 am
    s the years pass I find more and more to admire in Shakespeare and Company. At the moment, I’m thinking of the company’s vitality in carrying on with a full season and most if not all of its rich variety of educational programs intact after one more of the several financial and administrative crises that have struck in recent years. Company old-timers Jonathan Croy (twenty-ninth season) and Ariel Bock, who arrived as an acting apprentice in 1979, have taken over the artistic management on an interim basis, and another, Stephen G. Ball (twenty-seventh season), is now Interim Managing…
  • A Singer’s Notes 111: Two at Shakespeare and Company

    Keith Kibler
    5 Jul 2015 | 12:22 am
    For me, Shakespeare's Henry the Fifth is as much about Falstaff as it is about Henry. Why the author's abrupt bellicose turn to begin with? I think the playwright was afraid of Falstaff. He had already devoured two plays, Henry IV parts 1 and 2. Something had to be done. The post A Singer’s Notes 111: Two at Shakespeare and Company appeared first on The Berkshire Review for the Arts.
  • Man of La Mancha—Barrington Stage Company, Pittsfield MA, June 10—July 11, 2015

    Nancy Salz
    19 Jun 2015 | 4:59 am
    Man of La Mancha is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary this year. Since its premiere at a Greenwich Village theatre in 1965, when it won a Tony for Best Musical, it has had four Broadway revivals and numerous productions all over the world. Its endurance is based on its gorgeous score and its 400 year-old classic story of the dreamer, Don Quixote, who imagines only good and gallantry in a dark, ugly world. The post Man of La Mancha—Barrington Stage Company, Pittsfield MA, June 10—July 11, 2015 appeared first on The Berkshire Review for the Arts.
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    The Bad Boy of Musical Theatre

  • Time and Music Make a Song

    Scott Miller
    29 Jul 2015 | 1:03 pm
    These are the things a musical theatre freak does between shows for fun.With our big anniversary approaching, I organized all of New Line's shows, over our first twenty-five seasons, in the order in which they first debuted. In a few cases, that debut was the New Line production.I'm sharing this list because I think it's interesting to get a sense of the wide range of work we've done, going back almost to the beginning of our art form. We produce the most current works of the musical theatre, often in their first productions after Broadway or off Broadway; but we also produce shows spanning…
  • Only by Attempting the Absurd Can You Achieve the Ridiculous

    Scott Miller
    18 Jul 2015 | 4:06 pm
    I've written nine musicals, book, music, and lyrics. All but one have been produced, and New Line has produced four of them, Attempting the Absurd (1992), Breaking Out in Harmony (1994), In the Blood (1995), and Johnny Appleweed (2006).Now, as we approach New Line's 25th season, as I look back on New Line's work and my own life in musical theatre, I realize that the shows I wrote were my own unconscious, accidental master class in the structures, forms, and styles of the American musical theatre. By writing very different kinds of shows, I learned how all the various forms worked, by actually…
  • Muny 101

    Scott Miller
    8 Jul 2015 | 11:15 am
    The Muny season I propose...I know, the 2015 season is already underway, but I'm playing the long game here.I remember, shortly after Mike Isaacson was named the Muny's new artistic director, I was in his office at the Fox, and I said, only half kidding, "You know, Mike, I have a list of shows I wanna see at the Muny now." And he smiled and said, "Scott, New Line can afford to have 75 people in the audience; the Muny can't."Fair point.But there are quite a number of very cool older shows that were written big and probably can only be done big. In other words, only community theatres and the…
  • Crazy for the Red, Blue, and White

    Scott Miller
    4 Jul 2015 | 12:10 pm
    So what does the Fourth of July mean to me?Well, first off, I love America so deeply. I love our Constitution and our system of government. I watch C-SPAN for fun. I love that we really are "the world," made up of every nationality on the planet, because that gives us the richest culture the world has ever known. And I love our national character – brash, rough, loud, fearless, aggressive, big-hearted – which is exactly the same as the character of the American musical comedy.Composer Leonard Bernstein described musical theatre as “an art that arises out of American…
  • I Had a Dream, A Dream About You, Baby...

    Scott Miller
    3 Jul 2015 | 11:29 am
    I had a dream...Some TV producer came to me and wanted me to do a reality show. (In retrospect, I have no idea why they wanted me to do a reality show. I'm only interesting artistically.) Of course I said no. What a horrifying idea. And he pushed and pushed, and I said no over and over. Then he said, "Name your price." And I said "$10 million an episode and I'll only do thirteen episodes." And he said "Done."And I don't remember the rest.But last night, smoked up on God's Goofy Green Goodness once again, I remembered the dream and thought about how cool it would be to have $130 million.
 
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    Encore Atlanta

  • Serenbe Playhouse invites you inside its own special ‘Secret Garden’

    Kathy Janich
    30 Jul 2015 | 7:01 am
      This coming-of-age story about recently orphaned Mary Lennox is adapted by playwright Rachel Teagle in this world premiere at Serenbe Playhouse. The show marks the debut of the new (and permanent) English Garden at Serenbe, created specifically to immerse performers and audiences within the endless estate of Mary’s gruff uncle. Teagle, whose adaptation is based on the 1911 novel by [...]
  • High Museum names new director

    Kathy Janich
    29 Jul 2015 | 12:20 pm
    The High Museum of Art announced today that Randall Suffolk, a longtime museum leader credited with transforming the Philbrook Museum of Art in Tulsa, Okla., is its new director.
  • Be happy, foolish, dreamy mortals at Shakespeare Tavern’s ‘Midsummer’

    Kathy Janich
    24 Jul 2015 | 9:26 am
      The New American Shakespeare Tavern is unlike other theaters. It’s a place out of time, a place of live music, hand-crafted period costumes and outrageous sword fights. And the entire experience is centered on the passion and poetry of the spoken word. Continuing through Aug. 2 is the ideal piece of froth — A Midsummer [...]
  • EMERALD WATERS AHEAD!

    Kathy Janich
    21 Jul 2015 | 10:25 am
    Find out what makes other beaches in a state full of them green with envy when compared to those on Florida's Emerald Coast.
  • Go Argentine way with Serenbe staging of the musical bio ‘Evita’

    Kathy Janich
    17 Jul 2015 | 11:55 am
      Serenbe Playhouse’s great outdoors becomes Argentina with the award-winning 1979 rock musical Evita, the show that made Patti LuPone a Broadway star and gave the team of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice an early hit. Follow the intrigue and political wheeling and dealing as poor Eva Duarte maneuvers her way out of poverty [...]
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    Theatre Geeks

  • 150 — Interview: Jill Olson of Chicago’s StoryTown and Funny Bones Improv

    dave@theatregeeks.com (Dave Dufour, John Shoup, Marcia Fulmer)
    19 Jul 2015 | 7:08 pm
    Jill Olson of Funny Bones Improv and Storytown, Chicago Improv artist making a difference in Chicago Jill is the founder of Storytown, a Chicago improv troupe that performs every Saturday morning... More info at theatregeeks.com
  • 149 Scenic Painter Jeff Barrick

    dave@theatregeeks.com (Dave Dufour, John Shoup, Marcia Fulmer)
    14 Jul 2015 | 8:04 am
    Love of all art styles gives scenic painter Jeff Barrick a lot of inspiration to draw upon Scenic painter Jeff Barrick working on the grand olio for “Zombie Prom.” Jeff Barrick is a... More info at theatregeeks.com
  • 148 Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival

    dave@theatregeeks.com (Dave Dufour, John Shoup, Marcia Fulmer)
    25 Apr 2015 | 8:31 am
    Aaron Nichols Aaron Nichols, Director of Audience Development for the Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival and other events at ND, joins us to talk Shakespeare, festivals and other things theatre. Great... More info at theatregeeks.com
  • 147 Putting music on stage

    dave@theatregeeks.com (Dave Dufour, John Shoup, Marcia Fulmer)
    5 Apr 2015 | 6:15 am
    Live music, clicktracks and other music-making options This time the Geeks discuss use of live vs recorded music for musicals. Budget is always a concern when considering music on stage. But what... More info at theatregeeks.com
  • 146 – Care and feeding of community theatre volunteers

    dave@theatregeeks.com (Dave Dufour, John Shoup, Marcia Fulmer)
    15 Mar 2015 | 6:41 pm
    Volunteers are the lifeblood of most community theatres. Michael Beatty has worked with volunteers in all types of not-for-profit organizations (including theatres). Listen to the conversation and... More info at theatregeeks.com
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    Shakespeare Geek

  • Hamlet Didn't Have A Tragic Flaw, He Just Had Bad Luck

    23 Jul 2015 | 7:00 am
    The Reason We Deny The Role of Luck (via Time.com)At any point during a Shakespeare tragedy should we just kind of look at it and think, "Dang, you know, that was just really unlucky"?  How about Polonius being behind the arras in the first place? Sure, it was pretty impulsive of Hamlet to just go all stabby all of a sudden, if he'd done that literally any other time when somebody wasn't back there, the play would go totally differently.The article linked above asks why we feel obliged to pretend luck doesn't play a factor.  Luck suggests that even if you don't do the right…
  • Idea : This Day in Shakespeare History

    22 Jul 2015 | 2:00 pm
    After noticing that Merchant of Venice was entered into the Stationers Register on July 22, I wondered (not for the first time) about what other days of significance there are for Shakespeare geeks?  Granted this isn't a particularly significant one, but it's fun for context (and makes you wonder about the dates of all the other plays).Has anybody ever attempted to compile something like this?  Should we?  Lord knows that whenever you walk into a bookstore around Christmas time there's table upon table of calendars for every possible bit of trivia. Why not something for the…
  • How Well Do You Know Your Shakespeare?

    22 Jul 2015 | 12:03 pm
    The other day I tweeted, but did not blog, an amusing little Shakespeare "translator" that takes select quotes from the various plays, and then offers up a modern interpretation in one of several United Kingdom dialects. It's called What Do You Shakesp'hear? and it's amusing enough, I suppose, but being on the wrong side of the pond I guess I have no point of reference for most of it :)But!  The creators of this tool, Leicester Square Box Office, emailed me to talk about it.  My first thought was, "If these guys are interested in dialects they should talk to Ben Crystal."…
  • Sir Patrick Stewart To Play White Othello

    21 Jul 2015 | 2:00 pm
    How'd I miss this?Sir Patrick Stewart wants to do Othello again (he's performed the role before, in 1997).  This time, though, he wants to do it white:‘In the big picture, everyone should be able to play anything and I am against embargoes on actors playing roles that differ from their own ethnicity or gender...I am in favour of as much diversity as possible because it’s art — it’s not politics, it’s not government, it’s creativity.’What I don't understand, however, is that Stewart played Othello white in 1997 as well, didn't he? I remember that story, because they did a…
  • As You Like It Needs More Battle Scenes

    21 Jul 2015 | 10:00 am
    First spotted on Reddit with the title "Pupils at Howell's Girls' School in Denbigh, north Wales, perform Shakespeare's 'As You Like It' during the 1930s", apparently from this January 2013 news story.  But I only have one question.What scene is this?Since they are all dressed identically it's impossible to identify individual characters. I just can't figure out when during the play there is any sort of military clash of opposing forces at all?
 
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    Your Performance Partners

  • Spotlight Q&A: MN Orchestra in Cuba

    Your Performance Partners
    28 Jul 2015 | 1:41 pm
    Ann Benjamin (Photos: Travis Anderson)   The Minnesota Orchestra made headlines in May as the first major American orchestra to tour Cuba since President Obama’s announcement that the U.S. and Cuba would take steps to normalize relations and lift the U.S. embargo. Among the 100 musicians on the trip was harpist Ann Benjamin, who agreed to share her story with us. YPP: Tell us about your musical background. Benjamin: Everyone in my family started piano at age five. We also chose another instrument in fourth or fifth grade. I tried some other stringed instruments, but after hearing…
  • Featured Facility: Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN

    Your Performance Partners
    22 Jul 2015 | 1:37 pm
    When attendees at major charity event walked into the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota, for a dinner gala and concert, they were expecting to see a hockey arena. Instead, spread out before them was an elegant dining room – set for 3,000 people. Finding a space large enough to accommodate guests of the event – without sacrificing the style and intimacy of a dinner gala – was a challenge. The solution? Constructing three levels of tiered platforms over the stadium-style seats, making more intimate seating than typically found in an arena. The client was looking for more of a…
  • Future Threat? Robots Grabbing Spotlight

    Your Performance Partners
    21 Jul 2015 | 6:07 am
    Most robots popularized in early sci-fi fiction stories or 1950s “B” movies were scary creations bent on destroying our world. Today, in contrast, real robots hold promise for improving our world as helpers. Rather than finding this evolution a source of comfort, some people consider it threatening. If robots can replicate certain human tasks, maybe good-paying jobs will be lost. Robots might become too smart and turn the tables on us humans. Where could this all lead? Cute Co-Stars. For a minute, forget the robots assembling your future car or perhaps the robo-barista preparing your next…
  • The Changing Approach to Safety: Act, Don’t React

    Your Performance Partners
    14 Jul 2015 | 7:07 am
    If you haven’t flipped through the spring 2015 issue of Protocol magazine yet, here’s a good reason to do so: Anna Glover, head of safety risk management at the National Theatre in London, England, makes some excellent points about the way we all approach backstage safety today—especially in comparison to ten years ago. In her editorial, “The changing face of entertainment safety,” Glover points out that as recently as the early 2000s, safety seemed like “a bolt-on extra, to be considered after the fact.” Rather than training employees in safety operations when using the house…
  • Western World View: Connecting Artists & Opportunities (Part 2 of 2)

    Your Performance Partners
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:48 pm
    Last week we started our conversation with Tim Wilson, executive director of the Western Arts Alliance (WAA), hearing about performing arts trends he’s seeing and how the economic recession impacted programming. This week we’ll learn about WAA’s international outreach. YPP: What are the trends in international work? Wilson: Venues are still interested in programming international artists, but post-9/11 security measures have made visa issues more difficult. It’s a technical, tedious and mystifying process; tax laws can be equally challenging. Some agencies and presenters hire lawyers…
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    Theatre Geeks

  • 150 — Interview: Jill Olson of Chicago’s StoryTown and Funny Bones Improv

    Dave Dufour
    19 Jul 2015 | 7:08 pm
    Jill Olson of Funny Bones Improv and Storytown, Chicago Improv artist making a difference in Chicago Jill is the founder of Storytown, a Chicago improv troupe that performs every Saturday morning in an interactive show for young people. Through Storytown , she works to cultivate creativity and arts appreciation while introducing audiences to story structure and problem solving. Storytown uses the core improvisation fundamental of “yes, and” so every suggestion and idea is accepted, embraced and developed. Storytown is a interactive improvisational musical that gives children hands on…
  • 149 Scenic Painter Jeff Barrick

    Dave Dufour
    14 Jul 2015 | 8:04 am
    Love of all art styles gives scenic painter Jeff Barrick a lot of inspiration to draw upon Scenic painter Jeff Barrick working on the grand olio for “Zombie Prom.” Jeff Barrick is a scenic painter working at Indiana University South Bend, but who also creates wonderful backdrops for The Geeks’ home theatre, Elkhart Civic Theatre in Northern Indiana. He has created backdrops and scenic elements for such diverse shows as Count Dracula, Assassins, Company and many others. Collaboration with the set designer, (in this case, Geek John Shoup) is critical to successful design, but…
  • 148 Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival

    Dave Dufour
    25 Apr 2015 | 8:31 am
    Aaron Nichols Aaron Nichols, Director of Audience Development for the Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival and other events at ND, joins us to talk Shakespeare, festivals and other things theatre. Great conversation with the Geeks.   Theatre Geeks - community theatre and the performing arts
  • 147 Putting music on stage

    Dave Dufour
    5 Apr 2015 | 6:15 am
    Live music, clicktracks and other music-making options This time the Geeks discuss use of live vs recorded music for musicals. Budget is always a concern when considering music on stage. But what about quality? Some musicians are very good, but they may cost money. You may be lucky enough to have volunteer musicians that are good — or not. Likewise, some recorded soundtracks sound good, others, are pretty chintzy. The Geeks talk about various options and considerations that can make or break your next musical. Theatre Geeks - community theatre and the performing arts
  • 146 – Care and feeding of community theatre volunteers

    Dave Dufour
    15 Mar 2015 | 6:41 pm
    Volunteers are the lifeblood of most community theatres. Michael Beatty has worked with volunteers in all types of not-for-profit organizations (including theatres). Listen to the conversation and Michael’s insights in this lively episode.   Music provided by Music Alley.   Theatre Geeks - community theatre and the performing arts
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    Life in the Theatre

  • Men @ Old Fitz Theatre [Tech Notes]

    Judith Greenaway
    5 Jul 2015 | 10:36 am
    This post was written by Judith Greenaway Technical observations of Red Line Productions' MEN at the Old Fitz Theatre, Sydney July 2015 The post Men @ Old Fitz Theatre [Tech Notes] appeared first on Life in the Theatre.
  • Triassic Parq (Squabbalogic) @ The Reginald

    Judith Greenaway
    5 Jul 2015 | 10:36 am
    This post was written by Judith Greenaway Technical observations of Squabbalogic's production of TRIASSIC PARQ, Sydney July 2015 The post Triassic Parq (Squabbalogic) @ The Reginald appeared first on Life in the Theatre.
  • An Hour With Kay @Old 505 Theatre [Tech Notes]

    Judith Greenaway
    30 Jun 2015 | 11:59 pm
    This post was written by Judith Greenaway Technical observations of AN HOUR WITH KAY at Old 505 as part of their Freshworks season, Sydney 2015. The post An Hour With Kay @Old 505 Theatre [Tech Notes] appeared first on Life in the Theatre.
  • Mother Courage and Her Children @ Belvoir [Tech Notes]

    Judith Greenaway
    30 Jun 2015 | 11:59 pm
    This post was written by Judith Greenaway Technical observations of Belvoir's MOTHER COURAGE AND HER CHILDREN, Sydney June 2015 The post Mother Courage and Her Children @ Belvoir [Tech Notes] appeared first on Life in the Theatre.
  • Like Me @ Merchants House [Tech Notes]

    Judith Greenaway
    30 Jun 2015 | 11:59 pm
    This post was written by Judith Greenaway Technical observations of Mongrel Mouth's production of LIKE ME,Sydney June 2015. The post Like Me @ Merchants House [Tech Notes] appeared first on Life in the Theatre.
 
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    Life in the Theatre

  • Men @ Old Fitz Theatre [Tech Notes]

    Judith Greenaway
    5 Jul 2015 | 10:36 am
    This post was written by Judith Greenaway Technical observations of Red Line Productions' MEN at the Old Fitz Theatre, Sydney July 2015 The post Men @ Old Fitz Theatre [Tech Notes] appeared first on Life in the Theatre.
  • Triassic Parq (Squabbalogic) @ The Reginald

    Judith Greenaway
    5 Jul 2015 | 10:36 am
    This post was written by Judith Greenaway Technical observations of Squabbalogic's production of TRIASSIC PARQ, Sydney July 2015 The post Triassic Parq (Squabbalogic) @ The Reginald appeared first on Life in the Theatre.
  • An Hour With Kay @Old 505 Theatre [Tech Notes]

    Judith Greenaway
    30 Jun 2015 | 11:59 pm
    This post was written by Judith Greenaway Technical observations of AN HOUR WITH KAY at Old 505 as part of their Freshworks season, Sydney 2015. The post An Hour With Kay @Old 505 Theatre [Tech Notes] appeared first on Life in the Theatre.
  • Mother Courage and Her Children @ Belvoir [Tech Notes]

    Judith Greenaway
    30 Jun 2015 | 11:59 pm
    This post was written by Judith Greenaway Technical observations of Belvoir's MOTHER COURAGE AND HER CHILDREN, Sydney June 2015 The post Mother Courage and Her Children @ Belvoir [Tech Notes] appeared first on Life in the Theatre.
  • Like Me @ Merchants House [Tech Notes]

    Judith Greenaway
    30 Jun 2015 | 11:59 pm
    This post was written by Judith Greenaway Technical observations of Mongrel Mouth's production of LIKE ME,Sydney June 2015. The post Like Me @ Merchants House [Tech Notes] appeared first on Life in the Theatre.
 
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