A short introduction to theater forms and notes on types of theater stage
Over decades of theatre-going I have occasionally found my enjoyment of a play disrupted by audience members.
Monologues can a great way to explore one character's thinking and motivation. Here's an excerpt from my Play No Phones on Planet Pluto...
Learning to speak well is an essential skill if you wish to be a performer unless, of course, you dream of following in the slippers of Marcel Marceau, the famous French mime. Anyone who wishes to pursue a career on...
The Red Monologue : The Story of Little Red Riding Hood : A free monologue for all : children, teens and adults
If you're asking yourself "what is Little Red Riding Hood about?" you can certainly find out here! Re-told by Little Red, herself, The Red Monologue tells you what REALLY happened to Little Red Riding Hood....
Actors, actresses, vocalists and business people that need free vocal warmups and diction exercises, look no further; here they are! Get your voice warmed up now!
How to build a kit of essential items for the theatre Stage Manager.
A short introduction to the stage directions and theater terminologies such as stage right, house right, upstage, centerstage, downstage etc.
This page looks at Esmeralda's green costme from Notre Dame de Paris.
T. J. Walsh and gifted cast find stark beauty in King Lear, creating a truly sublime production, at times funny, more often than not horribly tragic, but above all else, deeply moving.
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