What's In My Stage Combat Bag?

What’s In My Stage Combat Bag?

As I do more and more stage combat work, I've found that it's super useful to have a bag or kit with my stage combat supplies in it, so I can grab it and get to rehearsals! As an independent artist with a lot of commitments on my plate (directing, teaching, writing and blogging, stage …

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Theatre Talk With Whitney Bolam, Costumer & Owner of The Costume Shoppe

Theatre Talk With Whitney Bolam, Costumer & Owner of The Costume Shoppe

This week's Theatre Talk features Whitney Bolam, costume goddess and business babe! I met Whitney many years ago during a production of London Community Players' Dark of the Moon. Since then, we have been in a number of shows together, and Whitney has grown her business, The Costume Shoppe, into a thriving London gem! Read on …

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Theatre Talk With Caitlin "Spinnabel Lee" Matanle, Circus Performer & Businesswoman

Theatre Talk With Caitlin “Spinnabel Lee” Matanle, Circus Performer & Businesswoman

I met Caitlin Matanle, aka Spinnabel Lee, at the Blogcademy in Washington, DC last year. She and I hit it off right away with our shared love of theatre and performing! Not to mention, she has killer style -- can you say spiderweb dress? Yes please! Not only is she an amazing performer, but Caitlin …

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Linktastic – February 20, 2013

Ceris has written three articles for The Lovers, The Dreamers and You about theatre personnel: what makes the best producers, stage managers, and set designers.  I'm looking forward to reading more of this series!  We also recorded Podcast #11 on Monday with the LDT Online team -- look for that one to come soon! My amazing fighter-friend …

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How to put on a coffeehouse in 7 easy steps (or, An “OK” Coffeehouse recap)

1.  Talk about maybe doing a coffeehouse... for about a year. (Art Fidler and I had first discussed the idea of having a variety or talent show at OKTC way back in 2011.  Took this long to actually make it happen!) 2.  Choose a date. (We finally decided on Saturday, January 26, 2013.) 3.  Get …

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