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Catch Me If You Can Christmas Tree

I'm looking for suggestions as to how to create Paula Abagnale's Christmas tree for an upcoming production of Catch Me If You Can.See More
May 17
Jacob Coakley replied to Jacob Coakley's discussion Dangerous Theatre
"Thanks for writing, Thomas!  I agree, there's lots more talk for specifics in the comments on the piece -- and I could give examples of my own for that matter, too. In fact there were two whole paragraphs I deleted that were just that --…"
May 3
Marianne Phinney replied to Marianne Phinney's discussion Creating the angel fountain for Summer and Smoke
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A. Thomas Cavano replied to Jacob Coakley's discussion Dangerous Theatre
"Jacob While the article is talking about "Bro Theatre" as if it were a thing (and maybe it is  . . . but I have never heard of it - is she trying to coin the phrase or did I just miss the first two chapters of this phenomenon? or…"
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Catch Me If You Can Christmas Tree

I'm looking for suggestions as to how to create Paula Abagnale's Christmas tree for an upcoming production of Catch Me If You Can.Continue

Started by Kim Mytelka in Onstage May 17.

Dangerous Theatre 2 Replies

There's a post on HowlRound today about "Bro Theatre" and its dangers. Holly L. Derr does a good job describing this…Continue

Tags: Holly L. Derr, New York Times, bros

Started by Jacob Coakley in Miscellaneous. Last reply by Jacob Coakley May 3.

Creating the angel fountain for Summer and Smoke 10 Replies

We are producing Tennessee Williams' Summer and Smoke this winter.  The set calls for a large angel fountain USC.  Buying a real concrete or stone (or even resin) statue is not in the budget.  Has…Continue

Tags: resin, foam, statue, fountain, design

Started by Marianne Phinney in Backstage. Last reply by Marianne Phinney May 3.

Shakespeare Flow Chart

Peace, Good Tickle-Brain, is a Shakespeare web-comic I have written about before. Mya, the writer of the blog, is a librarian. And while I'm not sure she would qualify herself as a Shakespeare…Continue

Started by Jacob Coakley in Literary May 2.

The Great Outdoors 1 Reply

I went hiking in Zion…Continue

Started by Jacob Coakley in Backstage. Last reply by Marianne Phinney Apr 4.

Sources for breakable vases etc.

Hey folksNeed to locate a source for vases, "glassware", etc that will break on stage but not shatter into dangerous shards.  A while ago I asked you guys for edible newsprint and you saved my…Continue

Tags: breakable, props

Started by Josh Siegel in Onstage Mar 16.

Glad to be a member of TheaterFace

Hi Friends - I am happy to have found a place to connect with other professionals active in Arts & Entertainment.As a professional in the business for many years as a performer and educator, I am…Continue

Tags: to, creative, success, steps, key

Started by Stefanie August in Literary Feb 22.

What colors do you use in your moving head lights

Hello,I have a question for the people that use moving lights. When you have fixtures that the colors can be changed out. What colors do you like to use? Do you have a standard go to color…Continue

Started by David Adcock in Onstage Feb 3.

DVD for high school theatre class 8 Replies

Does anyone know of a DVD that shares what jobs are part of putting up a play beyond the acting jobs?  I want to change up my curriculum for my tech theatre class this coming school year.Continue

Started by Laurie J Johnson in Backstage. Last reply by Randy Storms Feb 3.

What Grease Got Right 2 Replies

So Grease:…Continue

Tags: William Ivey Long, David Korins, Grease: Live

Started by Jacob Coakley in Literary. Last reply by Jacob Coakley Feb 2.

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The indiegogo crowdfund for our local film is now live!

Please watch and share - there are amazing perks from just £1, and EVERYTHING helps!  In four days, we have already raised almost £430 for this film on Indiegogo.



https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/mordred-arthurian-film-in-devon-cornwall--2#/



This production aims to not only showcase very heavily…

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Posted by South Devon Players on March 31, 2016 at 8:28am

USITT 2016 - RC4 - Life Untethered

It's my annual trek to RC4 Wireless' session at USITT. They do cool, wireless things with motors and dimmers and magic. What's not to love? HEre's our panel, and we're about to get started! 

Sean Dane introducing the panel. It's here to explore the possibilities that open up once you can stop worrying…

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Posted by Jacob Coakley on March 16, 2016 at 3:00pm

USITT 2016 - Fundamentals: Wagons, Wheels and Winches

A little late to the session, so I'll fill in people's names a little later. For now though, we're jumping right in with types of casters.. 

Types of casters: 

Rigid and Swivel 

Rigid - Frame with wheel, goes in one direction. 

Swivel - mounting plate, and then another plate with bearings to change directions. Works very well -- except you can't contain  swivel caster into one direction and change direction. …

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Posted by Jacob Coakley on March 16, 2016 at 10:30am

2016 USITT Keynote Address



Well, the room is filling up and we're just about to start the 2016 USITT conference! First up is artist Tupac Martir!

Steven Worthman, TD of Utah Opera. First up to welcome us all to Utah and extol the benefits of USITT. …

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Posted by Jacob Coakley on March 16, 2016 at 8:30am

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