Monthly Archives: March 2012

THE IMPORTANCE OF INTERNATIONAL THEATRE

By Guy Ben-Aharon March 27th, 2012 marks the 50th anniversary for World Theatre Day. I moved to the United States at the age of 9 without speaking much English at all, and a year later, in fifth grade, a few … Continue reading

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2012 International Address for World Theatre Day

By John Malkovich I’m honored to have been asked by the International Theatre Institute ITI at UNESCO to give this greeting commemorating the 50th anniversary of World Theatre Day. I will address my brief remarks to my fellow theatre workers, … Continue reading

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Bridget Kathleen O’Leary will be at the StageSource Equity Auditions. Will you?

A couple weeks ago an actor I’m friendly with made the comment “I guess I’m easy to forget about” with regards to my job as the casting director at New Rep.  Now, she was trying to be funny, but in … Continue reading

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Truth is Stranger Than….

This Mike Daisey thing is giving me a headache. A fascinating headache but a headache nonetheless.   Like any really good piece of theatre, there doesn’t appear to be an obvious right or wrong answer and after each conversation I’ve had … Continue reading

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#TCG12 The Conference is Coming!!

This summer, Boston is proud to be hosting the annual Theatre Communications Group National Conference, this year with the theme Model the Movement. From June 21-23 over 1000 theater practitioners will descend to talk about the art, the community, the organization … Continue reading

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To Stream or Not To Stream

Recently Clay Lord wrote on his blog about the rise of recorded theatrical performances and what can be lost and gained from this practice.  Lord states at one point “broadcasting live performance is what soap operas and early sitcoms did … Continue reading

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Start Now

It happens every year. Some frantic actor comes dashing into the auditions twenty minutes late with a stack of headshots that just got finished printing and a pile of resumes after a tragic broken printer mishap.  “Hi!  Sorry I’m late….um, … Continue reading

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