Tag Archives: performing arts

Emerson College BFA Acting and BFA Musical Theatre—Class of 2019

Emerson College BFA Acting and BFA Musical Theatre—Class of 2019

Emerson College Class of 2019 BFA Acting and BFA Musical Theatre bfashowcase.emerson.edu BFA ACTING CLASS: Ben Bailey, Lauren Dobles, Jenny Griffin, Alex Hanscom, Karin Hoelzl, Mia Miller, Katherine Shaver BFA MUSICAL THEATRE CLASS: Alicia Babin, Noah Barson, Josh Bryan, Jack J. Dwyer, Emma Hausler, Timothy Malboeuf, Colin McCarthy, Luke McDonough, Megan Primavera, Garrett Russell, Sara Sargent, Michael Voegele

Art Share Presents: Elizabeth Isela

Art Share Presents: Elizabeth Isela

Elizabeth Isela performs her original work, “Songleader Gone Bad!” Art Share L.A. // May 3rd, 2019 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Songleader Gone Bad! An ex-songleader explores a mental health diagnosis, addiction, and identity told with cheers and multi-colored posters. GO TEAM! Elizabeth Isela Szekeresh is a playwright and poet. She is a founding member and the Managing Director of Breath of Fire Latina Theater Ensemble (www.breathoffire.org). Elizabeth is a Alliance of Los Angeles Playwrights Diversity… Read Article →

Leonard and Claire Tow Center for the Performing Arts, Brooklyn College

Leonard and Claire Tow Center for the Performing Arts, Brooklyn College

Ribbon Cutting Thursday November 1, 2018 Brooklyn College [Michelle Anderson]What a beautiful space. I am so pleased to be the first to welcomeyou to the Leonard and Claire Tow Center for the Performing Arts. (applause). [Judith Bergtraum]We're here today to celebrate the opening of this state-of-the-art facility,a performingarts center for Brooklyn College. There is no other like this in all of CUNY. This building has been supported by the community,it's… Read Article →

Behind the Curtain: Noël Coward’s Present Laughter

Behind the Curtain: Noël Coward’s Present Laughter

Go behind the curtain of Noël Coward’s Present Laughter with Director Moritz Von Stuelpnagel, Executive Producer Jordan Roth and cast members Cobie Smulders and Kate Burton. Please like & subscribe now if you enjoyed: TUNE IN: Noël Coward’s Present Laughter comes to Great Performances on Friday, November 3rd at 9PM (check local listings). The play continues the Broadway’s Best lineup on PBS. Watch full episodes and more: Facebook: Twitter: Kevin… Read Article →

[Workshop] Intro to Acting with Shakespeare (Final Fantasy XIV, Discord)

[Workshop] Intro to Acting with Shakespeare (Final Fantasy XIV, Discord)

Archive of July 13, 2019’s workshop on FFXIV (Diabolos/Crystal) and on our Discord (voice/text) to crash course some acting fundamentals and Shakespeare! Support the stream: A Stage Reborn LIVE! Welcome to our livestream show on where we cover a variety of things related to A Stage Reborn and the team. Come get the scoop on activities, news and more! Like what we do? Don’t forget to like, subscribe and share!… Read Article →

Hamlet 360: Thy Father’s Spirit – Shakespeare in VR

Hamlet 360: Thy Father’s Spirit – Shakespeare in VR

Hamlet 360: Thy Father’s Spirit brings Shakespeare’s most iconic play to vivid life, harnessing the power of VR to plunge the viewer into Hamlet’s harrowing journey. This 60-minute modern adaptation features stars of Broadway, film and television and an award-winning creative team. Commonwealth Shakespeare Company & Google Present: Hamlet 360: Thy Father’s Spirit Adapted & Directed by Steven Maler Produced by Graham Sack & Quentin Little Production & Cinematography by… Read Article →

20th International Drama Colony Grožnjan, Croatia (HR&MK)

20th International Drama Colony Grožnjan, Croatia (HR&MK)

20th INTERNATIONAL DRAMA COLONY IN CROATIA International Drama Colony is held in Croatian city Grožnjan from 1st to 7th July 2019. This year’s program was accomplished in collaboration between Croatian ITI Centre and Macedonian ITI Centre. Author of Macedonian play Say “Vorios” and come in is Irma Bašeska Ristovska and the concert reading will be directed by Croatian director Olja Lozica. While the Croatian play Tunnels were written by young… Read Article →

Juilliard Drama Division Overview

Juilliard Drama Division Overview

Juilliard’s Drama Division provides rigorous training for 21-century theater artists, who are expected to meet the demands of an ever-evolving performing arts landscape. Since its inception, the Drama Division at the Juilliard School has dedicated itself to excellence and has grown to be one of the most respected and renowned programs for actors and playwrights in the world. Belong to something brilliant: Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter:… Read Article →

Shakespeare's American Home

Shakespeare's American Home

WVPT offers an in depth look at Staunton Virginia’s “American Shakespeare Center”. This documentary tells the story of how a small Shenandoah Valley touring troupe grew to be one of the most respected and unique theater companies in the world. Celebrating ASC’s 25th anniversary, the documentary features interviews with ASC Director of Mission Ralph Cohen and ASC Artistic Director Jim Warren, as well as other staff and multiple actors from… Read Article →

Acting for Stage and Screen

Acting for Stage and Screen

Brand new Acting for Stage and Screen course in Milton Keynes. We are now auditioning aspiring actors currently in Year 11, 12 or 13 to enrol in our specialist 2 year course. ** Equivalent to 3 A-Levels ** Incredible Graduate Destinations ** Specialist coaching ** Fully Government Funded ** Auditioning NOW Apply for an audition or book into an open day for more information.

Welcome to my Underworld (2019) - In Rehearsal

Welcome to my Underworld (2019) – In Rehearsal

WORLD PREMIERE Nine blazing hot works written and performed by new Canadian dramatists with gate-crashing ideas, delicious poetry and unique characters woven into a spectacular journey to the Underworld, in search of the self. These hot new Canadian dramatists bring gatecrashing ideas, serious politics, and fresh bracing language to the stage. They have created current, compelling characters never seen on our stages before, showing us how the very concept of… Read Article →

Jeremy London - Quick Interview Vlog - Indie Acting Studio

Jeremy London – Quick Interview Vlog – Indie Acting Studio

Today I met the amazingly talented Jeremy London. Jeremy has been in many movies and television shows such as Mallrats, Party of Five and 7th Heaven. A very down to earth Jeremy, talked to us for hours today about his amazing 27 year journey as an actor, and shared with us some of his most valuable techniques and tricks of the trait. I have to say I learned a lot… Read Article →

DRAMA SCHOOL AUDITION EXPERIENCE 2018: guildford school of acting/gsa

DRAMA SCHOOL AUDITION EXPERIENCE 2018: guildford school of acting/gsa

☼ GSA Audition Experience ☼ ✱ ☼Hello everyone. 3 of 10 drama school audition experience videos. Hope this helps you in your next audition! Don’t forget to subscribe and stick around for what’s to come. Be sure to check out the rest of the videos in the series. Goodbye for now☼ ✱ ☼Skip to – • Travel and accommodation – 0:31 • Audition location – 0:42 • Audition format –… Read Article →

School of Media & Performing Arts: Acting for Media

School of Media & Performing Arts: Acting for Media

Develop skills in the fields of acting, animation, virtual reality acting and technology with our Acting for Media program: This two-year diploma at George Brown provides students with a state-of-the-art studio setting to learn TV and film acting, as well as voice-over, animation, narration and virtual reality technical skills. With faculty that currently works in the industry, studio learning environment, and networking-promoting training, students are provided with a valuable experience… Read Article →

The Audition - Hornsby PCYC TV & Film Acting Workshops - January 2011

The Audition – Hornsby PCYC TV & Film Acting Workshops – January 2011

‘The Audition Video’ was one of the tasks the kids (9 – 17yrs) who attended the January School Holidays 2011 two day TV & Film Acting Workshop conducted by the Hornsby Ku-ring-gai PCYC Theatre Co needed to completed. This video contains 11 of the 21 Auditons filmed. Each script is individual and it had to be completed in 1 take. All of the participans had never performed in front of… Read Article →

TV Commercial - Hornsby PCYC TV & Film Acting Workshops - January 2011

TV Commercial – Hornsby PCYC TV & Film Acting Workshops – January 2011

In January school holidays 2011 The Hornsby Ku-ring-gai PCYC Theatre Co conducted two, 2 day TV & Film Acting Workshops for kids. Juniors 9 – 11 yrs. Seniors: 12 – 17 yrs. Each participant had 3 scripts to learn: Tha Audition, The TV Commercial & The TV/Film Scene. On Day 1 the kids were trained in the basics of TV/Film acting plus microhone techniques, TV/Film lamguage and the TV/Film crew… Read Article →

"The Love of Three Oranges" by the Acting Conservatory at Imagination Stage

"The Love of Three Oranges" by the Acting Conservatory at Imagination Stage

This is an excerpt from the Acting Conservatory at Imagination Stage’s performance of “The Love of Three Oranges” November 30-December 2, 2012. The Acting Conservatory is for students in grades 6-10, and the program provides advanced, multifaceted, intensive course study in the acting. This 2-year program culminates in a fully produced play in the final year of study. Directed by Tiffany Ford; written by Hillary DePiano Cast: Nina Cavalcanti Morgan… Read Article →

How to stop corpsing/laughing in ACTING

How to stop corpsing/laughing in ACTING

Hi me! and whoever else is tuning in looking for tips. This will be the first video of many on acting. This video focuses on how you can avoid or stop laughing and corpsing in acting. why make I've got your name I know who you are I just like to see your monologue I'd like you to just get out the way tell me the name of it and… Read Article →

Theater Acting & Scripts : How to Start an Acting Career

Theater Acting & Scripts : How to Start an Acting Career

Starting an acting career first requires getting a sound education in the performing arts, becoming familiar with many different plays, expanding your talents and building up an acting resume. Begin a career as a stage or screen actor with help from a performing arts professor in this free video on theater. Expert: John Conlon Bio: John Conlon enjoyed 29 years as the performing arts professor at UMass Boston. He has… Read Article →