Malvolio Production Diary: last blocking rehearsal

In Which Your Humble Blogger gets through and then leaves town. (Read it...)

Malvolio Production Diary: fourth blocking rehearsal

In Which Your Humble Blogger leans to the left, leans to the right, stands up, sits down… and then pretty much stands up again. (Read it...)

Malvolio Production Diary: third blocking rehearsal

In Which Your Humble Blogger knows that this all contains spoilers for the production; Gentle Readers who might conceivably attend may want to skip these entries and read them after. Or just skip them, you know. (Read it...)

Malvolio Production Diary: second blocking rehearsal

In Which Your Humble Blogger capers. A bit. Nothing too excessive. (Read it...)

Malvolio Production Diary: first blocking rehearsal

In Which Your Humble Blogger stands quite still and sweats. (Read it...)

Forward movement is forward movement, but

In Which Your Humble Blogger actually thinks that a moving and inspiring filibuster is its own justification, but would still like to get something done, dammit. (Read it...)

Malvolio Production Diary: nothing happening here

In Which Your Humble Blogger focused for forty-eight hours on playing a three creditors, a zombie, another zombie, and a business man, none of whom were really worth writing about. (Read it...)

It absolutely could be you

In Which Your Humble Blogger is still small; it's the world that got big. Wait, that doesn't sound right. (Read it...)

My Grandparents were Illegal Immigrants

In Which Your Humble Blogger actually had one great-grandparent born in this country, but nobody believed that so I'm not sure it really mattered. (Read it...)

Malvolio Production Diary: the read-through

In Which Your Humble Blogger doesn't have another rehearsal until Wednesday, so plenty of time to eat my liver. (Read it...)

Malvolio Production Diary: ready or not

In Which Your Humble Blogger brings Malvolio to other people for the first time. (Read it...)

Malvolio Production Diary: Words, words, words (and sentences)

In which Your Humble Blogger knows that when Shakespeare wants a character to have an accent, he makes is very clear, and that's not the case here, but still. (Read it...)

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