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Uta Hagen

Uta Hagen Actress, Teacher, Writer…Legend   Because she has had a long, distinguished career on the stage, and because for decades she has been one of the most important acting teachers in America, and because she has written with wit and clarity about the technical craft of acting, Uta Hagen has had a profound influence on the way acting is practiced, taught, and thought about in this ...

New Theatre Jobs at Playbill

Theatre Jobs Are you looking for theatre jobs? Maybe you’re new to theatre, looking for something different, or just browsing out of curiousity. No matter what the reason may be, look to Playbill for new and exciting opportunities! Playbill keeps their theatre job postings up to date regularly, with new jobs posted daily! Click the logo above or highlighted link below to start your search! B...

Plays About Guns, With Varying Aims In the midst of the #NeverAgain movement, can theatre artists foster nuanced conversations on the polarizing topics of gun violence and gun control?

BY KATHERINE FRITZ I live on the East Coast, in a large city. I’m a registered Democrat who voted for Hillary Clinton. I make my living as a theatre artist and educator. I have never owned, nor even fired, a gun. That doesn’t mean I’m not concerned about our country’s gun violence epidemic. Unfortunately our national discourse has, for years, framed the issue of gun control into rigid binaries: th...

SETC 2018 Schedule

SETC 2018 Schedule You may also review the full SETC 2018 Schedule here: https://www.setc.org/convention/schedule/

Treading the Boards

“I have been using Alison’s book for over 12 years now and when I was working heavily in the regions it was the bible for me. It was my one and only resource to know what was being produced, who was producing it and directing it. It is an invaluable tool that I continue to use and recommend to my students and other theatre professionals. I get several copies a year and bless other artists wi...

Lily Gladstone is a star on the rise, but her Blackfeet identity and UM roots keep her grounded in the capricious world of showbiz

MONTANA MAGAZINE SPRING 2016 THE MAGAZINE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA Story by: Jacob Baynham Lily Gladstone drinks coffee near Urey Lecture Hall on UM’s campus (left).   Last February, Rene Haynes was standing in line at a Los Angeles Costco when her phone buzzed. She didn’t recognize the number, but as a Hollywood casting director, she’s used to urgent calls from strange numbers at a...

J.K. Simmons on Counterpart, His Sunday Traditions and Where He Displays His Oscar

(Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images) By MARA REINSTEIN  @@MaraReinstein What’s better than watching J.K. Simmons take on a juicy role? J.K. Simmons taking on two juicy roles. In the new sci-fi espionage thriller Counterpart, premiering January 21 on Starz, he plays Howard Silk, a low-level U.S. government operative in Berlin who finds out he must work with his doppelgänger in a parallel dimension to prev...

The Croswell Opera House in Adrian, Michigan, is now accepting applications for internships during Summer 2018.

Interns will work 13 weeks, from May to August, and will be a crucial part of this summer’s productions of Mamma Mia, She Loves Me, and Barnum. Exact starting and ending dates are flexible. These are full-time, paid positions. Interns will receive a stipend of $300 per week, and housing may be available. Some evening hours will be required, and all interns will be expected to work on production we...

Your Broadway Fall Preview! 2017 Edition

By RAVEN SNOOK A guide to 15 upcoming (or recently opened) productions Although the 2017-2018 Broadway season officially began when 1984 debuted back in June, it kicks into high gear this fall with 12 new productions bowing on the boards. (We’ve also included three that opened over the summer.) As usual, autumn brings more plays than musicals, and you’ll have to wait until spring for t...

NOW CASTING: Studio Guides

Studio Guides NOW CASTING: You now have the opportunity to join the premier Guide staff at Universal Studios! As the star of our Studio Tour, you’ll lead behind-the-scenes tours of our nearly 400-acre complex. DATE AND TIME Mon, January 29, 2018 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM PST Members of the Studio Tour are entitled to many excusive benefits, including: FLEXIBLE work schedule FREE Seminars & Works...

Hemp Houses: Know the Ropes

The National Theatre in Washington, D.C., recently replaced its hemp-and-sandbag system, pictured above, with a counterweight system (see below). How modernization and automation are rendering a once-common rigging system a historic relic. BY LISA LACROCE PATTERSON   In 1991, I was on staff at New York City’s Theatre for a New Audience when founding artistic director Jeffrey Horowitz and his ...

Bigfork Summer Playhouse 2018 Season Announced

Bigfork Summer Playhouse 2018 Season This season, the Bigfork Summer Playhouse repertory theatre offers a fantastic series of shows to suit every taste. During repertory season, we feature four rotating shows – stay four days and see four plays! Our 2018 repertory season: The Totally Radical 80’s Revue, The Little Mermaid, Singin’ In The Rain, All Shook Up, and Into The Woods. In the late summer a...

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