So I decided to steal IO's plan of slowly watching the movie on the top 100-movie list.... (How creative of me.) I went through the list and slowly checked off movies that I had seen. (And could remember them seriously) Luckily I've seen 30 of the 100 movies, so that was a nice boost to the plan. (I'm also reading the top 100 classic novels, but that shall have to be another post.)
Today I watched Cabaret. "Cabaret is a 1972 American musical film directed by Bob Fosse and starring
Since this is the only place I'm reporting about this, I thought I'd jot down my thoughts while they're fresh. Yesterday was the first "workshopping" of the new plays at the Bloomington Playwrights' Project. I drove down and watched readings of five plays (including my own). After each reading, the playwright sat down front and everyone present discussed the play, following a fairly rigid format, with a view to making each play better.
I found it interesting, enlightening
So, this will be my first attempt at a blog, so we'll see how it goes. :-)
This has been a busy summer and I'm glad it's almost over. LOL Doing things for shows that I'm not comfortable doing.
Started off first coming back to one of my first community theatres, Carmel Community Players. Director Jan Jamison asked me if I would design Lights and Sound for her production of The Mystery of Irma Vep. I told her that I know just enough light design to be dangerous, but she trusted
How do you document real live.... when you are exhausted and need sleep.
I have been numb all week long!
For the last three days I have been waking up with headaches ranging from simply awful to massively dreadful. I wake up with my shoulders pushed up against my ears! My shoulders and neck are so tense that just the thought of wiggling them in La Vie Boheme sends painful shivers
Updated 07-09-2009 at 04:08 PM by Joe
We are coming down to crunch time! The show opens with 7 rehearsals left (one of those being LONG Saturday on the 4th of July!)
The platforms are set up, the stairs in place and with each piece of the set that goes up, the show gets that much closer to completion, and ultimately ending.
In all the years of acting, I have never experienced a show that has brought out so much
Updated 07-09-2009 at 01:57 PM by Joe