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. How do I know the story? Because Little Red Riding Hood said so!
By looking at some of the past's performers we might be able to better understand the here and now as well as possibly see where the pattern will continue down the line.
This page looks at Esmeralda's green costme from Notre Dame de Paris.
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.
Being a makeup artist in the film industry gives you opportunities you never dreamed possible. Read this article about how Laura made a career in film as a makeup artist, and learn how to become a makeup artist in the industry.
This is a brief introduction to Vaudeville, some of the players, a few different kinds of the acts, its decline and some of the remaining pieces.
There are many terms and definitions unique to Broadway and the theater-going experience. Gaining an understanding of these terms will enhance your viewing enjoyment when you attend a performance.
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.
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 blog is about a theater presentation called "HIVoices" and how it was formed.