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Growing Pains: Becoming Queerer
During my three months at About Face, I wanted to discover what it truly means for me to be a queer theatre artist, what it means to others, and what it means to be a queer theatre today. I had discussions with many of ...
Casting Call Open to All (excluding minorities)
The author describes her experience interning with the Claire Simon Casting agency in Chicago. According to the author, no matter how hard you market yourself as an actor you have to be and look like what they want, and ...
Theatre as a Tool in Adolescent Development : The Effects of a Four-Week Intensive Theatre
The author spent a summer teaching theater for the Yoknapatawpha Youth Art's Program in Oxford, Mississippi. According to the author, the goal of the program is not to teach life skills such as self-esteem, responsibility, ...
The Formation and Foundation of Albion Youth Theatre: An Experiential Project in Arts Management
This project has given me many skills that I have found useful. Through the marketing portion of my project, I aimed to teach myself the Adobe Creative Suite software including InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop to ...
Modern Theatre Company Formation: A Fundamental Paradigmatic Shift in the Theatre
The culmination of my research is a specific plan detailing suggestions for confronting the static theatre. Hopefully, the research will serve as a conduit for conversation. It is not fail safe, nor is it a set-in-stone ...
"What's Being Born:" A Personal and Professional Experience at Actors Theatre of Louisville
"Sue, what's being born needs attention!" These words will last me the rest of my life. Sully White, Director of the 2002 Apprentice/Intern (hereafter referred to as "A/I") Company at Actors Theatre of Louisville (hereafter ...