GAN-e-meed Theatre Project
Hamlet runs through May 30
I am propping my eye lids open with rye crackers. Yes, I’m really that tired. Today was packed.
- The Glass Proscenium: The State of Women in Theatre Today. Holy Panel. These ladies are in the tops of the field and in the top of their game. It was a good good panel. I will report in full tomorrow when I’ve had time to disseminate.
- The Falling Girls: Innovative Theatre for 4-6 Year Olds. Incorporating pre and post show sensory, kinesthetic and artistic sessions for the children. A fantastically innovative approach to bringing them into the space, and a beautiful sample performance by two talented actresses. The rye crackers are starting to crumble so you’ll have to wait for this one too.
- Publishing Your Practice. Editors of three theatre journals told us how to get out writer’s game on.
- Many Studies and Examples of Research that Prove that the Arts in Education and in Collaboration Make Us Whole People. If I couldn’t write about the Falling Girls, there’s no way I can get into this one.
Since you’re not getting anything remotely resembling a re-cap today, feast your eyes on 2.5 days worth of photos:
Only at a theatre conference would there be actors rehearsing in the lobby and making weird whooping noises.
Check out the sneaks. Holy ’80s, Batman!