Disney's Beauty and the Beast Jr. Fight Choreography

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Jr. Fight Choreography

Back in February, I did some fight choreography for LYTE at the Palace's production of Disney's Beauty and the Beast Jr., directed by Ruth Noonan. It was great to work with these talented young actors; they had lots of energy and were eager to learn! This is the big climactic scene where Gaston attacks the Beast …

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Throwback Thursday: Stunt Doubles!

This week's very silly, late-night throwback goes back to September 2013, when Shawn and I got to be "stunt doubles" for Wreck-It Ralph and Vanellope Von Schweetz! Actually, we just had an amazing character experience at Disney's Hollywood Studios during our honeymoon, with the aforementioned stars of Wreck-It Ralph. We somehow ended up dressing very …

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Linktastic – June 18, 2013

I'm now in the midst of Fringe withdrawal.  In the meantime, here are some useful tips for Fringe performers from Andrew Wade (of The Hatter) and Tonya Jone Miller (of the London Fringe Impresario-winning Threads). Yes, yes, a thousand times yes: Get It Together and Hire a Fight Director.  Brilliant. David Blixt talks about The …

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Linktastic – April 9, 2013

Have you ever wanted to get that sneak peek behind the scenes of the mysterious world of casting? Wondered what are casting's biggest pet peeves?  The team at Stephanie Gorin Casting have put together a series of funny yet informative mock auditions. Watch many of the stars of today and tomorrow as they step into …

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Throwback Thursday: Disney Cruise Line

This week's Throwback Thursday comes to you from the Disney Cruise Line!  I was a crew member aboard the Disney Wonder from 2007 to 2008, and while I was not specifically a performer (I auditioned, but didn't get in as a performer -- I was hired to work in the merchandise department), I was often pulled …

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