This article (part 2 of 2) offers the auditioner perspectives from both sides of the audition table, concentrating on usually-rare advice from the director's side rather than from the more common actor side.
A short introduction to theater stage design, and an overview of theater terms such as upstage, centerstage, downstage, stage left, house left etc.
In celebration of this magnificent story by L. Frank Baum and directed brilliantly by Victor Fleming, I decided to produce and direct the Wizard of Oz (for the second time in my career) on stage. With a cast and crew of 67, our $16,000 community production was performed in the summer of 2009.
This script is vintage humor from maybe the 1950s or 1960s. Learn more here.
This page looks at Esmeralda's green costme from Notre Dame de Paris.
A free monologue for a student actress that deals with the topic of a tough, busy day in the life of a teenage student.
Few would initially consider the characters of Emilia and Desdemona of Shakespeare's "Othello" to be similar. One is the wife of the play's tragic hero; the other is betrothed to one of the greatest villains of all time. Pious Desdemona is a senator's daughter and lover of a noble Venetian captain...
A theater review of an original new play currently playing at the PIT Loft in New York City.
This page looks at the various actresses who have played Esmeralda in Notre Dame de Paris musical.
A free monologue, based on the classic story of Little Red Riding Hood, as told in the perspective of Mr. Big Bad Wolf.