I got an email this morning from the Office of the Registrar at the university I attended more than 20 years ago. The woman who sent the email informed me I cannot get an official transcript due to “financial obligations” to the school. 541 more words

Giving a Gift in Improv

Everyone likes free gifts, especially if it’s something you can use. And lucky for you, I know exactly the best gift you could ever want. See how cute and furry it is? 356 more words

Acting Advice

The "Rule of Primacy", The Cornerstone to Effective Trial Advocacy: Plus Some Bonus Acting Tips

RULE OF PRIMACY: Following the “Rule of Primacy” is one of the easiest (yet most overlooked) ways for attorneys to improve their trial performance. If you’re a young attorney with aspirations of becoming the next Clarence Darrow you need to know and follow this rule (all great trial attorneys do). 1,285 more words

Acting Tips

Acting Awards on the Actor’s Resume: Remove! / Add!

There are acting awards on an actor’s resume that merit the resume being trashed. There are of course acting awards of merit that matter on an actor’s resume. 1,031 more words


5 Simple Warm-Up Games for Under 5s

Warm-ups are a great way to prepare and introduce young children to rehearsals or drama sessions. They encourage children to warm their bodies and voices and introduce them to group dynamics. 628 more words


Rolodex: An Improv Essential

“What are five new titles for this post?”

How to Rolodex; Improvodex; 5 Things Connected; All the Ideas; Flippy Paper in My Mind.

Professional improvists have been using this simple technique to boost their wit for years.  380 more words

Acting Advice

Five Famous LAMDA Graduates

LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art) is one of the most prestigious drama schools in the UK. Since 1861, the school has trained leading artists, innovators and technicians who continuously craft and contribute to the expanding performing arts industry. 624 more words