Wow, what a week! Wednesday and Thursday night we ran through large pieces of the The Time of Your Life. We’re working on refining the blocking, and getting the timing down. My longest scene is at the end of the last act, and it’s the one I feel most comfortable with. Continue reading…
Archive for September, 2006
Listen to our review of the Springfield Community Theatre’s production of Judgment at Nuremberg [MP3 4:56 1.4MB]; or read the transcript.
Listen to our review of The Montgomery Playhouse’s production of Chapter Two [MP3 4:59 1.4MB] or read the transcript.
Last night we did the middle of Act II through the end of Act III. It went quite well. Again I was pretty nervous starting out, but I settled down for the second run through. Part of it is the fear of forgetting my lines, which becomes a self fulfilling prophesy. Chip gave me some […]
Last night we ran through the first 30 pages or so of The Time of Your Life twice. We had all the cast members from those scenes, and we were mostly off-book. I messed up a bit the first time I was on stage. I’ll admit it, I was nervous. It was so loud! People […]
Listen to our review of Port Tabacco Players’ production of Stalag 17 [MP3 4:23 1.3MB] Lisa Kay: I had the opportunity to go see the Friday night opening performance of Port Tobacco Players production of Stalag 17. Stalag 17 was written by Donald Bevan and Edmund Trzcinski. The setting is a World War II POW […]
Only a few weeks until The Time of Your Life goes on. Here is the list of very talented people you’ll be seeing on-stage bringing these great characters to life: View cast list.
Listen to our review of The Women as performed by the Greenbelt Arts Center [MP3 3:31 1.3MB]; or read the transcript.
We (Laura and Mike) were out of town last weekend, so Lisa Kay Morton set us her thoughts on the American Century Theatre‘s production of Macbird!. If you have seen a show in the area recently, feel free to send us your thoughts about it. Listen to Lisa Kay’s review of MacBird! [MP3 4:46 1.4MB]; or read the transcript.