Nowadays, when a lot of people think of opera as something stuffy and old-fashioned and vaguely silly - a fat lady in a horned helmet screeching at the top of her lungs for four hours in a foreign language? I'll pass, thanks! - it's easy to forget... read more
Most of these dances are not taught in any school. The best outlet to learn them is from someone who already knows them or though videos like... read more
There have been street performers from a multitude of performing arts category over the millennium. Street musicians, especially, have played a role in not just public entertainment but in relaying news from one place to another. The following is a... read more
Acting is by far one of the hardest professions to obtain regular work in and harder still to achieve any success, fame or wealth in. The glamour and opulence of celebrity is extremely alluring and the prestige of being branded a great thespian can... read more
Find out how participating in musical theatre help build confidence to a child or adult. read more
Do you want to have voice lessons? The following tips on how to sing better include breathing properly, vocal warm ups, improving tone and more. read more
A personal pilgrimage to the coveted Wigan Casino way back into the seventies. Certainly a night to remember, and I mean all night. read more
Acting workshops can be used for personal development. Learn how to use your voice, body, emotions, mind and belief to empower yourself. read more
Team building exercises using theater games are fun. You can use these team building activities for both kids and adults. read more
This hub features Jabbawockeez, America's Best Dance Crew 1st Season Champions. It basically states some facts about them, who they are and where they performed. read more
Sufi music has so many variations and differ according to the country, culture and path. The whirling dervish are an example, the Egyptian Sufi music is another example, Qawali, Dhikr, etc all are different forms of sufi music and ritual and... read more
The Korean martial arts schools with which I first trained performed dozens of public demonstration events yearly to promote the art of a particular style or styles... read more
Welcome to another HubMob! This week we are covering the creative topic of performing arts. Our HubMobsters have worked hard to bring you information about theatre, music and other entertaining performances. read more
Don't miss these videos and histories of marching bands and drum & bugle corps from around the world, including even South Korea with Hip Hop! read more
Landing an acting job does not depend on attending the "right" acting school - the one that will look best on your resume, or impress the casting director. What will serve you well as you make the rounds of acting auditions is having attended the acting school that is right for you. read more
The notion of "drill team" encompasses a lot of different types of performance groups, but may have begun after World War I and World War II, when the armed forces of the Allies returned from battle and performed synchronized marching and weaponry-carry... read more
Note: Part of the title of this hub is the title of one of the songs from A Chorus line When
I went to work for South Shore High School in Chicago, years and years
ago, I was assigned to teach general music, conduct two choruses, and
put on... read more
Opera, drama, casting, thaeter, audition, acting jobs, When I think "Opera", in all it's lush and elegant splendor, the first one that come to mind is Verdi's Aida. For sheer dramatic spectacle, the grand operas can't be beat.... read more
Indian dance forms include Bhangara, Gidda, Katthak, Bharatnatyam, kathakali, Manipuri, Odissi, Kuchipudi, Ghoomer, Dandia, Garba, Lavni, Tamasha and more... read more
From Edgar Degas' sculpture and paintings to the painted works of Renoir and other Impressionist artists, ballet and ballerinas inspired some of the most beautiful art of the 19th century. read more
drama, acting, music, auditions, dramatic monologues, Performance Art - The Burden One of the most intriguing and certainly one of the strangest phenomenon I have ever experienced while working in the Performing Arts field was a little something that made its... read more
Ah, the hula. If you've ever been to Hawaii you have undoubtedly enjoyed the exotic, hip-swaying dance called "hula." Beautiful island women (and men) tell stories and "act out" the music through dance steps, particularly their graceful arm... read more
to extemporize, ad lib, play it by ear, take it
as it comes, make it up as you go along Simply
put, to improvise is to make something up on the spur of the moment.
That something could be just about anything from a song, to a cake, to
a headdress,... read more
I was one of 460 kids in my West Texas high school marching band. Yep, you read that correctly. 460 kids. At Cooper High School in Abilene Texas, being a band nerd was not only acceptable, but popular. read more
This article offers advice for parents of beginning band students to find a great clarinet at the right price. What distinguishes a quality instrument from a beginner piece? Read on to find out. read more
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