13 Things All Theatre Kids Can Relate To

13 Things All Theatre Kids Can Relate To

From tech crew to leads, from directors to choreographers, if you’re involved in theatre you will immediately know what I’m talking about. We’ve been teased for our “over-dramatic ways” and our “cult-like behavior” and all the other nonsense non-thespians make up about us, we all know they’re just jealous! Whether you’re a “noob” or a seasoned actress, you’re sure to relate to this list of fourteen experiences we all share!

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Three Completely Wrong "Rules" You Learned In Music Improv Class

Three Completely Wrong "Rules" You Learned In Music Improv Class

Very often, the lessons that a music improv student receives are simply “rules” passed down from a teacher to a student who becomes teacher to student who becomes a teacher, and so on. I have taught thousands of improv classes over my twenty-five years as a professional improviser, and I have to say this methodology is deeply flawed.

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A Dancer’s Details: Act 1

A Dancer’s Details: Act 1

Rehearsals were in full swing, and that meant a few things. First, the cast members had all settled into their own little groups, coming together when need be but only choosing a few to confide in. Second, you know it’s performance season when your body is five hundred different shades of bruise. Third, with great productions come great expectations.

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