A tidbit on approaching dialogue from a production of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf.
Here are more props hanging in the halls of Asbury’s Communications building.
What film/TV show/play are these from?
A brief discussion of setups and payoffs in the musical, The Band’s Visit.
Another prop hanging in the halls at Asbury University. Can you guess where this is from?
So, you find yourself in Massachusetts thinking, “Wow, sure is pretty out here. But it doesn’t feel like Christmas if I don’t see a show written by Sean.”
Well, you’re in luck! Sea Change Theatre just happens to be putting on a Christmas play that Karen Lund and I wrote!
Oh, and for those of who find yourself in North Dakota, thinking, “I want to see Sean’s play too!”
Yeah, got nothing for ya.
This Sunday is a benefit performance for the Little Daisy Memorial Scholarship – a scholarship for Releve in honor of my friends, Shon and Jodi’s little girl.
The faculty of Releve Studio will be performing – hip hop, lyrical, contemporary, jazz, hawaiian, ballet, tap, jive, and rumba dances, along with sketch comedy and ballads, broadway & original tunes. Hosted by comedian Cory Edwards.
Join us if you can.
SING * DANCE * ACT
An all-star show to benefit the Little Daisy Memorial Scholarship!
Sunday, September 30th
2:00 – 3:15pm
Birmingham Community Charter HS (17000 Haynes Street, Van Nuys)
You may purchase your tickets with a credit card (or paypal) online at www.littledaisy.org. Suggested donation is $20 per ticket (but to encourage families, we have “pay-what-you-can” tickets starting as low as only $5 each!!) Tickets will also be sold at the door (cash/check only).
If you can’t attend, but would still like to donate to a great cause, go to www.littledaisy.org and click DONATE NOW.