Curtain Call

What [and what NOT] to Cher

With the Cher bio-musical aiming for a 2018 Broadway bow I cannot help but think how they are going to bring this titan of pop music to the stage. The more I thought about it, the more I could only focus... Continue Reading →

Natasha Pierre and The Great Villain of 1812

It is no secret that I love Natasha Pierre and the Great Comet of  1812 (but for everyone's benefit in here it'll just be referred to as Great Comet). Last night I wasn't able to fall asleep and so I decided to... Continue Reading →

Spotlight: Pippin at Plano Children’s Theatre

Children's theater is a place where I think a good number of us are very comfortable with. When I walked through the doors of Plano Children's Theater to see Pippin, it felt as if I was going back to my roots.... Continue Reading →

Backstage: Analyzing the Analytics

This has been a fantastic four months of blogging, for those who were not aware, I started this blog for a class. I went into this experince not knowing if I would like it, and just thinking that it would... Continue Reading →

Tableau: The Queens of San Marcos

An Interview with Rocky Hopson An interview with Professor Rocky Hopson of Texas State's theatre department. Special thanks to Hopson and his beginning acting 1364 class.

Spotlight: A Review of Intimate Apparel

Texas State never fails to astonish me when it comes to the productions that they put on, and Intimate Apparel is no exception. I was able to go to one of the invited dress rehearsals, which was fantastic for me because that... Continue Reading →

SOLILOQUY: Theatre in Competition

I love the theatre. However, when you truly love something it is important that you can see the flaws in the object of your affection, and I not only know the flaw but sometimes it really is hard to overlook.... Continue Reading →

Center Stage: Actor Aesthetic

As a proud TXST student, I am always looking for peers to support and send some love to. So, I was very excited when I learned that one of the members of the 2017 BFA Musical Theatre students, the incredibly... Continue Reading →

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