The first phase of the Denver Center’s first Regional Youth Playwriting Workshop and Competition culminated at the Colorado New Play Summit with professionally staged readings of the three finalists’ one-act plays. Laurain Park’s “One-Sided Fish” has since been selected for full production on June 27 at the Conservatory Theatre. This video follows the three youth playwriting finalists from rehearsal to their public readings by professional actors. Video by John Moore…. Read Article →
Everyone knows, you need a bunch of rules to make good theater. That’s what the French thought in the 17th century, anyway. The French Neoclassical revival had a BUNCH of French playwrights following a bunch of rules. Unsurprisingly, some of the most interesting plays of the era broke those rules. Today, we’ll talk about the rules, and we’ll talk about Racine (who followed them), and Corneille (who was not so… Read Article →
Tony nominated actresses roundtable with Sutton Foster (Violet in Violet), Idina Menzel (Elizabeth inIf/Then), Jessie Mueller (Carole King in Beautiful: The Carole King Story) and Kelli O’Hara (Francesca in The Bridges of Madison County) and best actress in a play nominees Tyne Daly (Katharine in Mothers and Sons) and LaTanya Richardson Jackson (Lena “Mama” Younger in A Raisin in the Sun). Roundtables are back! Tune in Monday, May 16th for… Read Article →
A talk with marathi film & theater actor, Bharat Jadhav. To see more videos like these, do like the video and subscribe to this channel. See ya guys. facebook: [Musique] [Musique] kabila et à cause de la brutale chute [Musique] des revenus que le rival de kinder surprise avec notamment deux parades alors cela nous coûte la radioshack est mis en difficulté le cas rama yade avait lancé des cailloux… Read Article →
This film offers a brief introduction to Aristotle’s theory of tragedy from Edith Hall, before introducing the play Antigone by Sophocles. Polly Findlay speaks about her interpretation of Don Taylor’s translation of Antigone for the National Theatre’s Olivier theatre in 2012. This short film includes interviews with Christopher Eccleston, Jodie Whittaker and Michael Grady-Hall as well as excerpts of archive footage from the 2012 production. Discover more about the art… Read Article →
Thursday, September 10 6:30 – 8:00 P.M. The HB Studio was already a thriving fixture in New York City’s cultural landscape when in 1965 founders Herbert Berghof and Uta Hagen realized their dream of establishing a theater. From his work on the film Cleopatra, Berghof earned the money to purchase the one-story garage they would convert to a 73-seat performance space. For 50 years HB has presented productions, readings, panels,… Read Article →
This video explains how to read a Shakespearean play. For more free educational resources, visit
Part 1 of 2. St. Louis Shakespeare’s 2010 production of Shakespeare’s THE TEMPEST. Performed at the Grandel Theatre, St. Louis, Missouri.
Rassismus, Eifersucht und Manipulation – Shakespeare hat in seiner klassischen Tragödie ebenso politische wie emotionale Themen verarbeitet. Erleben Sie OTHELLO in einer kompakten Zusammenfassung von Michael Sommer und seinem Playmobil-Ensemble. WARNHINWEIS: DIESES TO-GO-VIDEO ERSETZT NICHT DIE LEKTÜRE DES ORIGINALSTÜCKS. Meine Empfehlung: Selber lesen, im Theater angucken, oder besten selber spielen! und johnossi den ceo herzlich willkommen zur othello von william shakespeare mime ist nicht gereicht hat die ultimative tragödie überall… Read Article →
Join us here, in the darkness. Our theater journey takes us into the heart of expressionism today, as playwrights in the late 19th and early 20th centuries explored the limits of human beings’ tolerance for a mechanized, industrial world. Spoiler alert: those playwrights didn’t think humans fared very well in the industrialized world. They EXPRESSED that concern about modernity through some pretty dark plays, with pretty dark sets, and pretty… Read Article →
Actors Kate Burton and Teagle Bougere describe the effects extreme weather, animals and even the moon itself have on each performance of “Coriolanus,” the Shakespeare in the Park production.
Witness pop culture legends live onstage – or at least pop culture legends as 3rd – 5th graders imagine them! BOM performers portray stars past, present and …
Playwright Greg Kotis paints along with Bob Ross and…a squirrel? ▻ Subscribe for more tech & culture videos: ◅ MORE FROM …
Cambodian Rock Band’s Joe Ngo (actor) and Lauren Yee (playwright) discuss how Joe’s family history of surviving the Khmer Rouge influenced the play.
Andrew Klavan makes the bold statement that Shakespeare was the greatest writer of all time. Find out why he and Bill Whittle think this is true. This is one of the few Klavan & Whittle episodes available to everyone. If you want to see ’em all, click here to become a PJTV Member ( (dramatic music) – Hi everybody, I'm Bill Whittle, here with my friend, Andrew Klavan, Andrew Klavan,… Read Article →
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 →
I finally got to see my friends perform Shakespeare’s 12th Night in the amphitheater of Montmartre and it was a blast. I can’t wait to see more 🏰 Help me make better videos at and then find me on the internet in all of the usual spots: Grab my guide to Paris here: More swag here: (shirts and hat) (my gear and books) (Disposable Camera Four digital scans) Follow me… Read Article →
William Hutt on the end of an era with a look to the future. Interviewed by R.H. Thomson on July 15, 2006 in Stratford, Ontario.
This episode of Working in the Theatre was featured in our new book, “American Theatre Wing, an oral history: 100 Years, 100 Voices, 100 Million Miracles.
In this installment of Signature Voices, actor Laura Linney remembers the first Signature season and what it meant for her father, Signature’s founding Playwright-in-Residence, Romulus Linney. Signature Voices is a video series aimed to capture the history, artistry and personal moments that have taken place within Signature Theatre’s walls this past quarter century. To learn more about Signature Voices and to see more videos, click here: Follow Signature Theatre on… Read Article →