This past weekend, we held another Audition Workshop. Rachel Kurnos, actress/director/educator/photographer extraordinaire, took photos of the event. Sadly, I left the disc at home and have yet to upload them to the internets. But don't fret my friends, you'll get to enjoy the delightful gallery of delightful people soon!
In other news, we're getting close to a few big new steps for The CoLab. Hopefully, by mid next month we'll be unveilin a website and an official mailing list to make our outreach more efficient and market ourselves beyond our current audience/circle of friends. What started out as a group of artists seeking to produce theatre is starting to turn into something more unique, more exciting than what we originally concieved. This blog, you see, is a labor of love but also a venue for brainstorming and ideas! It's a venue for debate and study, for the discussion of practical aesthetics (not to be confused with the Mamet technique!)
As we go forward, we know that we have more readers than we previously realized. I'm surprised by how many people will mention details of our posts despite the fact that they've never posted on our comments board. We thank you for your attention! Spread the word and comment if you're so inclined!
Moreover, if you ever have thoughts and/or musings... e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org and perhaps we can start including your thoughts and perspectives on our blog. We are part of the greater community of artists, and we want you to hear what you have to say. See a show you loved? Have an experience that gave you pause? Maybe even just a hilarious anecdote about life in the theatre?
Or even better... severely disagree with me? I treasure the devil's advocate more than any other, so please, have at me! I'm known for being quite opinionated, but I also adore, respect and love the people I disagree with.
Look forward to hearing from you!