Part 3 of the 7 part series. Here, I discuss color primaries of light, color mixing, and pattern use.
Part 2 of the 7 part series. Here, I define and describe the terms used in theatre as well as instrument types.
While "Waiting for Lefty" clearly speaks to a certain time and place, portraying such societal and governmental issues as class strife and Communism in the 1930's, its message and power can also be applied to matters that affect America today. Themes are shared between the play and American culture...
This page looks the actors who have played Frollo in Notre Dame de Paris.
This blog is about a theater presentation called "HIVoices" and how it was formed.
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: Reading...
Several of Shakespeare's plays do not fit comfortably into the genres of comedy, tragedy or history and have come to be known as problem plays.
An anecdotal guide to improving your voice, with helpful tips and suggestions, and examples drawn from real life
This article (part 1 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.
If you have a hard time with public speaking or have a very shy child, try dramatic performance. I know this sounds totally absurd for a person already afraid of the public but it does work.