Monthly Archives: October 2010

Making a Joke at a Funeral

Last night at rehearsal, I felt like my heart was breaking.  Steve Ruppel and Kasey O’Brien, understudies who play a married couple in “The Observatory”, have a confrontation.  Arguing couples are a mainstay of any theatrical show, of course, but … Continue reading

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Notes on Auditioning

Admittedly, I am not fond of the audition process. It’s like speed dating for the arts.  In the dozens of auditions I’ve held, I’ve always cringed at the thought of contrasting monologues (most actors have a few monologues up their … Continue reading

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This Is The Sexy

As the audition for “The Observatory” draws near, I find myself feeling sexy.  I know I have a good piece of work, I know the venue will suit the play, I know my ratio of good press v. bad press … Continue reading

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