There’s Magic to do

The hardest thing any director has to do is leave. I was once told that the excitement of live theatre is the anarchy of actors, that once the director hands the stage over to the performer, they completely lose control allowing the actor to do whatever they...

Perfectly Marvelous

The first day of rehearsals is always a stressful and nerve wracking experience. For the actors, they want to prove themselves and confirm to the production team that they deserve to be there and for the director it’s the fear that the performers might not think...

Sorry, Grateful

The director’s job predominantly, believe it or not, happens before rehearsals begin. If the job is done right then the rehearsals fly by with the majority of control handed over to the company to create the magic that will inevitably end up on the stage. The...

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