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stage parents

Stage Parents – The Good, The Bad And The Downright Scary

Stage Parents

There is nothing more powerful or important than finding what you love to do and then actually doing it. Your child may have found that passion in the performing arts. As the parent of a “show-biz kid”, you’re embarking on an exciting and daunting adventure!

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Observations On Monologues for Theatre and Acting

My first observation about monologues is that they suck! Monologues are a defective tool casting directors and producers use in the audition process that are only partially useful in determining whether actors are capable in their craft.

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Rehearsal Technique for Theatre Auditions: Bringing Your Work To Life – Part 2

Pam Berlin and Billy Carden work with and direct some of the greatest theatre actors of our generation. They share many insightful observations about the rehearsal process in the accompanying video to this text. In Part 2, several compelling ideas were discussed.

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Rehearsal Technique for Theatre Auditions: Bringing Your Work To Life, Part 1

Tips for Theatre Auditions Watch as Executive Director Maurice LaMee and theatre luminaries, Pam Berlin and William Carden take a careful look at the heart of theatre performance – The Process – from the rehearsal hall to the stage. Director Pam Berlin (Faculty – Rutgers University; Endpapers (Variety Arts Theatre); Steel Magnolias (Off Broadway); To Read the Rest…

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