Happy Birthday Richard Rodgers! Legendary composer Richard Rodgers was born on June 28. Find out more about the composer of such classics as Oklahoma!, The Sound of Music, The King and I, Carousel, Babes in Arms and Pal Joey at PlaybillVault.com.
“I see too many dancers littered on the road along the way to that one dancer on stage. I’m not saying everyone should be on stage, but that everyone should have the tools to get to that stage.” -Luc Vanier Today in my Ballet Grad-class we did not dance. Instead we just spoke about our prejudices … More Continuing your childhood passion
At first, I did not know what to expect of Acting 1. I had never really acted before, but as time went on, I began to like it. We started out with prop talks. A prop talk is a speech where a person describes himself by using special items from their life. The prop talks … More Why take Acting 1? By Antonio Pulito
About 3 months ago: “It’s finally 3rd trimester; my easiest and most fun trimester!” I thought, and I was especially excited about Acting 1. I’ve always been into drama, and acting on stage and have always wanted to be a famous actress one day, and I thought that acting was the class to get me … More You don’t have to wear a Mask By: Zanelle Willemse
Homestead has a great Theatre program and this trimester I was lucky enough to participate in Tech Theatre. Coming in I did not really understand what went on backstage at a performance or show. It is much more than anyone would think. Overall the class gave me a better appreciation for the theatre as a … More Transferrable skills via Tech Theatre By: Jack Popp