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The Many Facets of Technical Theatre in the Small Not-for-Profit Theatre Environment
The author interned with the Phoenix Theatre in Indianapolis, Indiana, working on costumes for both Ma Rainey's Black Bottom and Shivaree, as well as serving as stage manager.
It Works! It Doesn't Work : Costuming at the Seattle Repertory Theatre
The author describes her internship in the costume shop of the Seattle Repertory Theatre and specific pieces she created for productions of the plays Silence, Cunning, Exile and A Flaw in the Ointment.
Innovative Dramatic Education Techniques : Description and Involvement in the Educational Process
The author describes her teaching experience at Stone Environmental School in Groton, Connecticut, and the skits, games, and in particular the use of Dr. Seuss' The Lorax to teach environmental concepts.
Finding the Women at the Women's Project : A Question of Values
The author interned at the Women's Project in New York City, participating in three productions: Violent Peace, The House That Goes on Forever, and The Crawlin' Space.
A Guide to Auditioning
The author interned as the assistant to the Assistant Director of Creative Entertainment at Universal Studios in Florida, stage managing open auditions in Orlando and on casting trips across the country. Her "Guide" for ...
Pursuing Dreams : On the Stage and Beyond
The author describes a difficult summer interning at the Red Barn Theater in Saugatuck, Michigan.
The Assistant Stage Manager's Handbook to the AEA Small Professional Theatre
I am a Computer Science and Theatre Arts Double Major in Kalamazoo College's class of 2011. For a long time I have thought of becoming a professional actor on stage or film, hence one of my majors. Aside from taking ...