re: HELP with Partner Scenes Jan 21
2009, 06:21:01 PM
Neil LaBute has several plays with great 2 person scenes, Fat Pig, Some Girl(s), The SHape of things (THe last scene where Adam tells off Evelyn is great)
Danny and the Deep Blue sea also has great material
Nauralistic monologue Jan 14
2009, 04:59:18 PM
Because I thought I could find someone here who knows: Can I have some examples of "Naturalistic" plays? I have to do a naturalistic monologue for my acting class and don't really know what naturalistic entails, Is "THe Skin of Our Teeth" something that could fit n that category?
re: Why Wasn't LB A Hit? Oct 22
2008, 07:52:38 PM
I predict that as soon as the rights come out every high school girl will be begging their drama teacher to do LB as the spring musical or whatnot...
La Cage Aux Folles Auditon Sep 24
2008, 10:04:53 PM
I'm auditionng for La Cage next month, (I'm a girl and a low alto) THe director said to bring a song that is of similar style to La Cage
42nd Street or If they could see me now are two songs I was thinking of choosing from
Do these songs match the style? I've listened to quiet a few songs from the cd of the show
To Direct...Or to Act? that is the question Sep 12
2008, 05:17:24 AM
Just wondering.... i am sleep deprived, and have been thinking about what i want top do with my life while trying to get some sleep (thank you sinus infection...)
I know how difficult it can be to make it as an actor out there in the world of theater But I was just wondering from some other views, how much harder is it to become a director? I have only worked with directors from my high school / community theater/ college. I KNOW directing is what I want to do. advice?
Broadway camp songs? Jun 15
2008, 04:53:22 PM
I'm going to be a camp counselor for the next few weeks, and I am trying to find some camp songs to bring-being a theater geek- what Broadway songs, or songs for shows would be fun to bring to a camp fire, as I want to teach the kids about theater (ages 9-14) must be appropraite thankls for any help!
re: Reverse Sex Roles Jun 9
2008, 09:49:13 PM
there are so many amazing guy roles i wish i could play, when my brain starts working again, I'll list them
re: Reverse Sex Roles Jun 9
2008, 07:18:50 PM
both times I've been in Midsummer, we've had a woman play Quince, and several mechanical parts were played by women I was also cast as the female equivelent of Egeus, Egia There was alittle Mrs. Robinson thing going on w/ Demetrius, which added alot of comedy to it
i would love to direct a gender blind production of "Waiting for Godot"
re: Idol...on Broadway Jun 8
2008, 09:44:27 PM
when I read the title I thought that they were making "American Idol: the musical"
re: Bow Order May 8
2008, 12:34:51 AM
its always awkward when they don't bow In "Hot n' THrobbin", at my college, the director just had the actors walk on stage one at a time and stand there in red light for about a minute. No bows. The audience had no clue, so us in the booth in the back had to start clapping like crazy to get everyone else to realize that yes, these were "The bows" I was also in "Impromptu", where another director decided that the audience will get it if we just stand there.,....they didnt. It wasnt until
re: My First Cancellation May 1
2008, 02:40:20 AM
In Peter Pan, our michael sprained her foot freally bad, so another actress, who was an Indian (and really short)memorized all of Michael's part in less than 24 hours