Frequently, at the end of the run, my cast would pull me up and give me flowers and a card signed by them all… one card in particular hangs on my refrigerator to this day.
From Guest Blogger C.S. Griffel: “Mark Twain wrote, ‘To succeed in life, you need two things: ignorance and confidence.’ I have both in surprisingly large amounts. But in truth, had I known what I was getting myself into at the beginning, I’m not sure I would have done the thing at all.” Read more from GSB’s newest contributor!
About directing children’s theatre, Christi says, “I’ve experienced my fair share of crazy when it comes to parents.” Here are some great tips for directing child actors… and their parents.
To see you through, you need more than just the conviction that the world needs your talent. When it comes to community theatre, there are four primary concerns to keep in mind before you start.
Adapting a storybook manuscript for a stage performance is a great way to test your dialogue, characters and story on an audience before you publish. Here’s how and why I love directing Kids Theatre.