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Joel Williams added a discussion to the group Scenery and Props
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USITT Publication: Practical Projects for Scenic Design Compendium

I was looking for some projects to do with my high school level Scenic design class, and came across a reference to this book. I have been unable to find anywhere on the inter webs to purchase or download the compendium. Does anyone know where I can find it? Or have a copy they would be willing to sell/share? THANK YOU!See More
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Joel Williams added a discussion to the group Lighting
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USITT Publication: Practical Projects for Teaching Lighting Design Compendium

I was looking for some projects to do with my high school level lighting design class, and came across a reference to this book. I have been unable to find anywhere on the inter webs to purchase or download the compendium. Does anyone know where I can find it? Or have a copy they would be willing to sell/share? THANK YOU!See More
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Patty Howard posted a status
"on committee to save perf ctr. if the house is equity, can we stage commu theater? must we use union crew? use union and non-union actors?"
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Larry A Brechner posted a status
"Dr. Larry A Brechner was inducted into the Indiana Thespian Hall of Fame."
Feb 4
David Adcock posted a discussion

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 wheel?ThanksSee More
Feb 3
Randy Storms replied to Laurie J Johnson's discussion DVD for high school theatre class
"x2 Sing Faster.  The entire thing is available on Youtube now (broken into pieces, though).  Here's a link to the first segment:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4tPOQKRwdIM "
Feb 3
Jacob Coakley replied to Jacob Coakley's discussion What Grease Got Right
"It actually sounded really really good. The mix had "live" issues at certain points -- Jessie J's mic technique meant there were a few lines that were muffled as she held the mic to her side during the opening number. (Which she…"
Feb 2

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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

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

Create a Hamilton Meme

Have you got the perfect theatre…Continue

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Started by Jacob Coakley in Literary Jan 11.

Athens,GA

I have recently relocated to Athens, GA and am seeking a writer's group, theatre discussion, outlet for creativity, etc.thanks in advance!Charlene::smile::Continue

Started by Charlene McCaghren Woodham in Literary Dec 31, 2015.

Screenplay - Competitions?

I am seeking competitions for screenplays.  Specifically... I have written several Southern comedies.Thoughts?signed-new to the groupContinue

Started by Charlene McCaghren Woodham in Literary Dec 31, 2015.

Holiday GIF Party!

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Started by Jacob Coakley in Miscellaneous Dec 22, 2015.

Best of 2015!

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Started by Jacob Coakley in Literary Dec 22, 2015.

Emergency Planning 1 Reply

The last discussion I sent out dealt with prop gun safety -- we had a lot of good discussion around it, and shared some best practices on keeping things safe around prop weaponry. And then Paris…Continue

Started by Jacob Coakley in Miscellaneous. Last reply by Tracy Alexander Nov 27, 2015.

Danny Zingo! Shakespeare's Literary Agent!

I recently made…Continue

Started by Jacob Coakley in Miscellaneous Nov 23, 2015.

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Shadowing a Stage Manager

Over on our sister website Stage Directions the stage management team has been filling up the stage management blog with posts about the stage management life. (Check 'em all out at www.stage-directions.com/stagemanagement.)…

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Posted by Jacob Coakley on January 4, 2016 at 11:30am

The Writing: Do You Finish? Or Do You Just Have to Stop?

Is the writing of a play ever really over? Articles - even books - I have no problem. But a play ...

Heartland Plays just published my comedy, "Ben Franklin Ate My Homework," and it was a thoroughly pleasant experience from beginning to end. At least for me. I'm not sure how my constant fiddling with the work that I…

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Posted by Kevin M Mitchell on November 4, 2015 at 5:48pm

Ten Things Actors Need To Know About Safety

The Educational Theatre Association (EdTA) serves the High School and College level theatre teachers and students through two publications Dramatics and Teaching Theatre.  The Fall 2015 issue of Teaching Theatre features two articles about performer safety that are good resources for your library.  Share them with…

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Posted by Erich Friend on October 20, 2015 at 2:38pm

Deadline Approaching for 2015 High School Theatre Honors Program!

Stage Directions is searching for the best high school theatres from across the country—but the deadline for nominating schools is fast approaching! The 2015 Stage Directions High School Theatre Honors needs your submissions of fantastic high school theatres by 11:59 p.m. Sunday,…

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Posted by Jacob Coakley on September 8, 2015 at 12:35pm

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