The Touch of Silk was an Australian radio and theatre play with tragic melodrama. It features drought, death and sex on a farm in the Australian mallee.
“Freud said that the essence of the comic was the conservation of psychic energy. But then Freud never played Second House, Friday night at the Glasgow Empire” (Ken Dodd)
Over decades of theatre-going I have occasionally found my enjoyment of a play disrupted by audience members.
Looking at the portrayal of witches in theatre in the 17th century plays and by modern playwrights including the three Witches in Macbeth and the Pendle witches in Devilish Practices.
Jack and the Beanstalk is an original play that is designed to be performed for children, ages 2 and above.
The entertainment industry is biased when it comes to dress sizes. This doesn't mean that plus sized women can't make it in the industry.
The pegs looks at the various men who have played Quasimodo in Notre dame de Paris.
By being both ironic and intertextual, Rosencrantz comments on modern times by juxtaposing the same anxieties found in Shakespeare’s Hamlet during the Renaissance period. Using Rosencrantz, knowledge of Hamlet and John Freeman’s article titled “Holding up the Mirror to Mind’s Nature:...
Micro Theater For Money is an innovative concept born in Madrid that transforms traditional theater into "mini plays" performed by one or two actors, for an audience of up to 15 people. It's performed in very small stage rooms where public and actors are one single group.
This Hub page looks at the best song from Notre Dame de Paris