15 10 / 2014

willmcavoy:

my office manager told me to make a sign for the copier which is out of order then had the audacity to tell me this was “unprofessional”


Humor relieves stress, like the stress of not being able to use the copier you planned on using …

willmcavoy:

my office manager told me to make a sign for the copier which is out of order then had the audacity to tell me this was “unprofessional”

Humor relieves stress, like the stress of not being able to use the copier you planned on using …

(Source: jonahryantology, via dontletthenarglesbite)

15 10 / 2014

nerdismee:

The forbidden love amongst the skeleton war.
Two sides, both alike in anatomy, In fair Walmart, where we lay our scene.

nerdismee:

The forbidden love amongst the skeleton war.

Two sides, both alike in anatomy,
In fair Walmart, where we lay our scene.

(via williamshakespearethings)

15 10 / 2014

terezis-weave:

durnesque-esque:

Shrek: the Musical + Musical Theatre References

This show is currently on Netflix. :) 

This show is my life.

(Source: meow-ha, via itsnotjustforgaysanymore)

14 10 / 2014

kellliohara:

pa-pao-pao:


Peter Pan and the Lost Boys?

More like Peter Pan and the Newsies.

Peter Pan and the Newsies and King Borle & Queen O’Hara.

(via itsnotjustforgaysanymore)

14 10 / 2014

14 10 / 2014

vahala-trio:

Backlit: 139/365
September 16th, 2014 
by Lauren Zurchin
Here’s another from the shoot this weekend with my dancer friend Kelsey. I just got a new toy which allows me to trigger a flash off camera and to completely back-light someone. I actually picked them up while we were shooting, and these photos were just some fun playing around while I tried it out. No real editing here, I just really enjoy the pose and the light. 
Click here to see the rest of the vahala images. 

vahala-trio:

Backlit: 139/365

September 16th, 2014 

by Lauren Zurchin

Here’s another from the shoot this weekend with my dancer friend Kelsey. I just got a new toy which allows me to trigger a flash off camera and to completely back-light someone. I actually picked them up while we were shooting, and these photos were just some fun playing around while I tried it out. No real editing here, I just really enjoy the pose and the light. 

Click here to see the rest of the vahala images. 

(via behindthepromptbook)

13 10 / 2014

"The rope in front never lies, the way it pulls is the way it flies"

My Theatre Manager explaining the fly system (via perpetuallight)

(Source: behindthepromptbook, via perpetuallight)

13 10 / 2014

Anonymous said: Hi! So I am trying to find Eco options for lights that aren't too expensive! Our performers usually rehearse with the stage lights on, and we've given up on trying to explain why it's bad. So we're looking for a mix of conventional lighting and LED. We really need to cut our electricity costs so that we can afford things over time too. Since you have a popular lighting blog I was hoping you & some of your followers could help me out! We're also looking for easy/intuitive boards if you can help.

perpetuallight:

Hi Anon,

Could you give me an idea of what space you’re working in? What fixtures do you already have?

You could try putting lower wattage lamps in the fixtures you already have (if the lowered intensity doesn’t matter).

Alternatively, you could get a couple of cheap 250W halogen work lights from Home Depot, hang them in your grid and designate them as rehearsal lights.

If you’re on a budget, LED fixtures that act like conventionals will be hard to come by. They pay off in the long run, but you have a lot of money upfront. The Source Four LED can is upwards of $2,000. Cheeper LEDs are designed more for colour and effects.

As for boards, the good old 2 scene preset is as intuitive as it gets! Leprecon makes a good one

Anyone else have some input?

Best,
Jackson

13 10 / 2014

eoop:

can straight white people even fall in love? I’ve never seen that in a movie before

or that play …

(via murdersandmusicals)

12 10 / 2014

shakespeaker:

OKAY SHAKESPEARE FANATICS, I DON’T KNOW HOW THE FUCK I HAVEN’T POSTED THIS YET, BUT THIS IS A PODCAST OF ALL THE LECTURES DONE BY EMMA SMITH, WHO’S A SHAKESPEARE PROFESSOR AT OXFORD, AND THEY’RE INCREDIBLE AND THEY’RE FREE SO YOU SHOULD GO DOWNLOAD THESE IMMEDIATELY BECAUSE THEY WILL MAKE YOUR BRAIN BLEED GOLD OUT OF YOUR EARS.

Kay I’m done now have fun bye

(via shakespearemonologues)