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Tips to Writing a Script for a Play

Seeing your words come to life is more than a dream, it is a goal for aspiring Playwrights. It is common to have notepads with scribbled out lines and torn out pages. These are signs you are well on your way to your writing a script. It is rare the first, third or tenth attempts […]

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Was There Theater Before Shakespeare?

If you have ever tried to fit Shakespeare into a crossword puzzle under “early playwright”, it might have been confusing that it didn’t work. It is common to automatically think of classics such as Romeo and Juliet or Hamlet as the primary play predecessors of theatrical history. In truth, the first plays came to light […]

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The Challenges of Film to Theater Adaptions

Grabbing a popular movie out of its element and adapting it to the stage takes more “chops” than just leaving it in the digital version. It is an uphill climb for Directors who accept the challenge. The Theater offers a perception to the audience through a genuine performance of the story line. A stage play […]

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Theatrical Designers Take Center Stage

The great debate for Theater enthusiasts includes the question “what makes the show a hit or a miss?”  Some may stand firm in the writers corners and others avidly point to the Director. There is a third answer that many find to be the true choice. Wardrobe, stages and scenery top the list as the […]

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The Path of a Theatrical Performer

Theatrical cast members applaude each other’s talents and achievements. For those of us who cannot do a pirouette while singing the ways of Bel Canto, we watch in awe of the magical miracles we see on stage. The theater is a host to many gifts. The culture is comprised of the multiple facets of the […]

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In the Eyes of Theater Critics

Theater critics are known for their direct points of view. They don’t often meet in the middle, as they either have an exclamation of love for one production and utter distaste for the next. We watched Statler and Waldorf from an early age critique their way through all of the Muppets showtimes. This may have […]

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Five Scenes of the Theater

The journey of the past and present whimsically cross paths on the stage. East meets West at the Theater to celebrate the classics of yesterday and the artistic collaborations of today.  The culture surrounding the Theater is expressive and enchanting. This creates an accommodating setting for diverse interests and talents to brilliantly come together. The […]

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The Five Theatrical and Magical Steps to Showtime

With a gala appeal and a splendid atmosphere, the Theater is more than just shows and tunes. Going to the theater will define a genuine experience that is rooted in culture and inspiration. The immense planning and dedication in the production process brings the color of creativity and whimsical musings to the stage. In a […]

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A Classic View of the Theater

The Theater holds a passionate presence in the inspired world of the Arts. Hushed whispers and the air of anticipation fill the room while awaiting the vast stage to come to life. Once the show begins, a captivated audience experiences each live moment as if they are in another place and time. This is the […]

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The Other Theatres Around the United Kingdom

Sometimes because London has the world-famous West End people forget there are many other theatres that are located around the country. All of the large towns and cities have at least one theatre and the coastal resorts all have a theatre. Although these theatres will be opened throughout the year there will be two specific […]

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