For use in newsletters, season or fundraising brochures or emails, presentations--you name it.
Most directors work from inside out and from the outside in. They concentrate not only on the life of the characters but also on the play's structrual or external elements, including its central conflict, function, event, architecture, and suspense.
|Michael||Bloom||Thinking Like a Director: A Practical Handbook|
Acting is experience with something sweet behind it.
Theatre is like a virus: once you get it you can't get rid of it.
Beat to fit, paint to match.
Actors should be overheard, not listened to, and the audience is fifty percent of the performance.
|Shirley||Booth||Friendly Advice by Jon Winokur|