Putting a Face on Theatre
Hello all! I'm teaching at a theatre camp for the third year in a row, and I need new scenes to work with students! The students range in age from rising 1st graders to rising 9th graders. I…Continue
I was reading the New York Times this weekend (yes, I still read the Times. And yes, it's still on paper) and I could hardly miss a great big article about U2's new tour. Buried in the middle of the…Continue
In July I will design the lighting for a local production of Wizard of Oz.Looking for a simple prism/mirror/lamp projector to produce a rainbow on the cyc.Years ago there was on the market this…Continue
Hi! I have two props that I need to build that I could use some assistance on. I am working on a “Mission Impossible” type sketch. It has two functional props: A tape recorder that “self…Continue
Just wondering if anyone else has been dissatisfied with Right on Cue? We have had nothing but problems with it and hate that you have to use an iPad and sound tech doesn't have any control; for…Continue
I was talking with a friend who teaches theatre at high school this past weekend, and she was complaining about how she and the administration at her school had clashed over programming choices,…Continue
I read a lot of new plays from new authors. We produce one new play each year. There are a lot of great plays that don't get produced because no one knows they exist. I would like to see what…Continue
I shot 22 videos at USITT 2015, covering a whole raft of products, companies and gear -- and even an interview with the executive director of USITT, David Grindle. Given that there were so many videos, hopefully you can forgive me for taking so long to post them all... In any event, here's your extreme USITT 2015 video round-up! Enjoy! If you want to jump straight to a video, here's the alphabetical list: …Continue
Posted by Jacob Coakley on April 13, 2015 at 12:00pm
Explore the makers movement and how its tools can be used in theatre to solve sound challenges. Arduino, Raspberry Pi, circuit bending and putting it all together. Participants are encouraged to bring their…Continue
Posted by Jacob Coakley on March 21, 2015 at 12:30pm
Posted by Jacob Coakley on March 18, 2015 at 9:00am
Hello and welcome to USITT 2015! Here's my live blog of the keynote address from Terrence Spivey! Entry music is playing now, and we're scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m. EDT (5 minutes from now.) Until then, here's the program bio of Spivey!
Terrence Spivey, artistic director of the legendary Karamu House…Continue
Posted by Jacob Coakley on March 18, 2015 at 6:00am
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