Theatre, movies, television all need content: stories that need to be told. Let me tell you the story of a famous writer of her time. In the mid nineteenth century.
All actors whether on stage, television or film face a lot of pressure and at the same time have a “holy” longing to keep performing.
We do theatre workshops all the time, with varying age groups, from 4 years to 34 years! An oft asked question is, “what is theatre like...?” I reply, “a lot like life!
There is a lovely saying by Flavia Weedn: If one dream should fall and break into a thousand pieces, never be afraid to pick one of those pieces and begin again.”
Lushin Dubey is a woman of Substance.
My last article was actor centric and about how the spark on stage is lit by the brilliance of a good actor.
Admittedly as an actor I don’t relish being upstaged by a child, but as a parent and as a director I know how important it is for them to leave their mark on the world and how important it is to ma
Nowhere else would I say this with such candour... but to a stage actor. Or any actor for that matter. The very fact you are a stage actor means you are a risk taker, someone who craves adventure.
Time passes, never to return. How precious time is has been the subject of so many songs and scripts and has inspired many great love stories.