September 28, 2012

Kat Hermes answers our first set of acting questions.

 

1. How do you typically go about preparing a Shakespearean character?
I start with the basics; looking at the way the character uses text, at what the character says about themself and what the other characters say...

June 1, 2012

This week: Sarah Stark and Janna Rosenkranz are on the docket for Love’s Labour’s Lost.

 

How do you typically go about preparing a Shakespearean character?

 

Sarah: The beauty of Shakespeare is that the character is fully fleshed out already for you; it just simply is vei...

May 26, 2012

Scott Lange on one of the greatest Shakespearean challenges, the dreaded (and delightful) soliloquy.

 

There are a lot of elements that go into creating a soliloquy. You can’t just stand on the stage and talk at the audience. You need to be as engaging as a big, fancy, f...

May 21, 2012

This week: Kilian Thomas G. and Joseph Valente are in the hot seat for Love’s Labour’s Lost.

 

How do you typically go about preparing a Shakespearean character?

 

Kilian – Reading, reading, reading, and reading. I read the script, then re-read, then reflect on what I’ve r...

May 14, 2012

Joel L. Schindlbeck on Music Directing for Love’s Labour’s Lost.

 

For Shakespeare’s theatre, music seemed to be a necessity. Not only the interior songs that Shakespeare built into his works, but also the interludes between acts, and musicians performing before the show...

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