I find it frustrating how accurate and just slightly over the top these two were portrayed.
Over the top? HAVE YOU MET ACTORS BEFORE? This shit was spot on.
A couple VERY RARE shots of Julie Andrews on the set of The Sound of Music, 1964.
Quote of the Day:
“ #Love all, #trust a few, do #wrong to none.”
― William #Shakespeare #quote #quotation
"He gets mad ‘cause he can’t read."
Beautiful scenic design models from Matilda The Musical by Tony-winner Rob Howell and his crew.
"Romeo and Juliet" BALLET
William Shakespeare wrote the novel between 1591 and 1595. This ballet was composed by Sergei Prokofiev, the choreography was made by Kenneth MacMillan, the conductor was Boris Gruzin, and Robert Gibbs was the leader. It was danced in Espain in 2006 at the Royal Ballet tour.This ballet is a representation of the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, two lovers that couldn’t be together because of their family affairs.
1. Thou shalt not upstage your peers.
2. Each Actor deserves the part they receive.
3. Drama is a place for everyone. It is a unique place within our school where actors can build relationships that are not based on stereotypes.
4. Cliques and groups of friends are a normal part of high school however they cannot isolate themselves or exclude others.
5. Criticism even when constructive must always give way to encouragement and support. Critiquing a fellow Actor should not target the person but be used to learn and improve their performances.
6. Bullying and Intimidation have no place in our group, we will treat each other how we want to be treated. We will not allow ourselves to exclude, isolate, or put down others and we will not allow it to happen to our fellow actors.
7.Advanced Drama Students will share their knowledge with the young students and those who are new to the craft.
8. We will make time to get to know each other better. We will find time to build our community and to build friendships.
9. We will talk out our problems with respect and care. We will not participate in backstabbing or tearing down our classmates by texting, commenting online or by gossiping.
10.We will ask for help when we are unsure how to solve a problem
11. We will understand that we do not have to always like each other but we will extend courtesy and respect. Even when we have differences we can work together cooperatively.
12. Drama is a place where differences are okay. Where our individual talents can grow. we will work to make this a place where we can take chances to be our best without fear of rejection or judgment.
-The Drama Twelve
The theatre department at my school has the least amount of drama out of all the performing arts departments. I sit and listen to all the sports teams and choir and dance team and band gossip and I think “how the hell can a cast of actors afford that in a show?”
the truth is we can’t. shows that are ridden with drama and gossip and backstabbing fall apart the second something goes wrong. there is always someone else to blame and blah blah blah
recently a friend of mine who was lead in the last two musicals got cast with a very small role and he simply said “every actor deserves the part they receive” and all the chaos died down. because he was right
But the last one is my favorite. Because its one of the truest. I have a home in theatre and that’s not just because I love it and it is everything to me. I have a home because I have a group of people who love me and my differences. And we come together and make something truly magical.
everyone needs that once in a while
I absolutely love this plan! However I don’t want to deal with the divas!