John Patrick lays out a bold new vision for the future of training actors. Could we all be Acting Teachers?
Listen to his full interview here.
Liz Wisan is a member of the New Neighborhood, a theater company in NYC. She also works seriously as a clown. Although she admits that sometimes it feels like she is in a cult, she finds the clown work extremely rewarding as an actor. Check this short interview out!
And here is her full interview about working on Kate in Taming of the Shrew!
Happy Birthday Shakespeare!
Hamilton Clancy / Shakespeare in the Parking Lot
April 21, 2016
Hamilton Clancy feels that Shakespeare in THE Parking Lot is the perfect place to do Shakespeare. It is a metaphorical melting pot that highlights Shakespeare’s diversity of characters. He has some big plans for The Bard’s Birthday Celebration! And a fantastic season ahead…
with Xavier Pacheco
December 15, 2015
More than fun and games? Valedictorian Xavier Pacheco challenges your assumptions about STEM and the value of Arts in education. Hear how Shakespeare and the Epic Theatre Ensemble changed one student’s life.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival/The Pearl Theater
Rave reviews in both The New York Times and Wall Street Journal for Nance Williamson, currently appearing in the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, directed by Eric Tucker, playing at the Pearl Theater. Click here for more information.
Contributing editor: Lucy Freyer
“Hot and bold,” or “weak and cold?” How “old” is Shakespeare’s English, really? Louis Colaianni, Voice into Shakespeare professor at Yale University, has the answer.
Why do most audiences look frighteningly homogenous, and why should we be alarmed? Actor Drew Cortese makes an impassioned plea for diversity in theater. How will embracing a wider view of the world we live in today inform the way we tell stories, and what fate awaits us if we fail?
Giving deeper meaning to the concept of Networking, Actor Rebecca Watson reveals what it takes and how far she is willing to go to pursue roles. Touching on professional behavior and her own gambits, Ms. Watson is relentless when it comes to finding work.