Halfway through 2013… time for a mid-year check-in!

I just got back from recording an update podcast with The Lovers, The Dreamers and You team.  It has been a long time since our last podcast... we have not recorded anything since February!  Sad trombone!  But the entire team has been incredibly busy the past few months.  We discovered that in between all of …

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What I’ve Learned: Edward II Edition

Welcome to another edition of What I've Learned... Edward II-style! I've said it before, and I'll say it again... learn your lines early.  Seriously.  Starting learning them as soon as you get your script.  It'll take the same amount of time now as it does a week before your show.  I've written about the subject here and here. …

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How to Deal: Post-Show Blues (Plus A Free Printable)

It's been a week and a half since Edward II closed, and I've been in a bummer mood.  When you're with an awesome group of people day in and day out for a long time, you definitely get attached to them, and you get used to always having fun people around.  Then you're back to …

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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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Reviews are in for Edward II!

We've received two reviews for Empty Space Productions' Edward II.  Check out our review from Theatre In London by Kenneth Chisholm, and Beat Magazine's review by Donald D'Haene and Doug Bale, who called the production "a courageous undertaking for a new company." My favourite quote from the Beat Magazine review: " The three female actors near …

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