"Rain and fog all day... I worked then read till dark"
The actress, playwright, novelist, and theatrical critic Elizabeth Inchbald (1753-1821) destroyed her memoirs on the advice of a priest, but the pocket diaries she left behind provide significant traces of an embodied self in relation to its practices as a consumer and as a professional subject in the world. Laura Engel is an Associate Professor of English and Drama at Duquesne University, Pittsburgh PA.
TaPRA Applied & Social Theatre Working Group Interim Event, on the ecology of Research, Creativity, Impact and Value with Dr Eleonora Belfiore (Warwick) and Prof Dee Heddon (Glasgow).
The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama's annual Design & Crafts Exhibition celebrates final year students on the BA (Hons) Theatre Practice course who study Costume Construction, Prop Making, Scenic Art, Scenic Construction, Design for Stage, Theatre Lighting Design and Theatre Sound.
A World Voice Day event for 2015 hosted by International Centre for Voice and Voice Care Network UK.
Voice Care Network are delighted to partner with The International Centre for Voice this year in celebration of World Voice Day. The day will appeal to Voice teachers, Speech & Language Therapists, Singing teachers, Alexander teachers, performers and all who have an interest in voice and gender.
‘We’re warriors. Philosophical warriors. We’re fighting in a war of ideas.’
‘Surely we are all mad people and they, Whom we think are, are not; we mistake those, ’Tis we are mad in sense, they but in clothes.’
Ivana will personally choose 17 professional actors to participate in her London Masterclass. These actors will work on a scene that she will assign to them and which they need to prepare on the basis of the technique explained in her book The Power of The Actor.
In mid-February, a number of youth from Covenant House New York attended auditions for the opportunity to learn and perform with some of the most successful artists in theatre today.
Stephen’s having a birthday. Anabelle’s dad is organising a festival. And it’s half-term. Hashtag awesome.
It is New Year’s Eve – an isolated haunted priory in the middle of the woods – a group of successful but stressed out professional thirty-somethings gather for a party. But things do not go according to plan and the comedy becomes dark, as drink and drugs take their toll and personal revelations lead to some alarming results.