When Your Feet Don’t Touch the Ground: A Lesson in Disbelief

I want to talk for a little while, if I may, about the suspension of disbelief. It's that pesky little detail that makes audience members doubt the believability of a moment or a new reality. It is a moment that forces a person to look beyond the possible and accept, for good or ill, that…

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For the Love of Local Theatre

I'm a big believer that support can go a long way. Whether that support means being there for a friend in need or listening to someone talk about one of their passions (aka musical theatre) when maybe that it's not necessarily a passion for you. And, really, in the biggest sense of the word, I…

The Secret to Seat Snobbery

Long ago, when I was an inexperienced theatre goer, I didn't really mind where I sat. I wanted to see the action, of course, but price was almost always an issue and it's not like I knew the theatres I was going to well enough to scout, etc. Then, however, came the seat snobbery phase.…