Remembering Martha Swope

Martha Swope, who captured iconic images of Broadway and dance for decades, died Thursday, January 12th, in New York. From 1957 to 1994, Ms. Swope photographed countless shows and theatre legends, from Shakespeare in the Park to George Balanchine in rehearsal. She earned a Tony Honor for Excellence in Theater in 2004 and a lifetime achievement award from the League of Professional Theater Women in 2007. Martha Swope’s work will undoubtedly leave an indelible mark on theatre history. We honor and celebrate Martha Swope with a sampling of her photographs of Tams-Witmark shows. Read More

PHOTO GALLERY: Vibrant New Dutch Production of A CHORUS LINE

“Vijf, zes, zeven, acht!” That’s how Zach begins the new production of A CHORUS LINE currently making its way across the Netherlands. This Dutch-language production from DommelGraff and Cornelissen Entertainment features a vibrant and youthful cast portraying the seventeen dancers auditioning for a Broadway show. Check out these gorgeous photos of the show: Read More

NOW WHAT? A Teacher’s Guide to Directing Musical Theatre, Part 7: IN REHEARSAL

So, you’re directing a musical at your school! Now what? Theatre Arts teacher Kimberly Patterson outlines the process of putting on a musical from start to finish, providing helpful tips and maybe even some new ideas. In Part 7, she explores the day-to-day of rehearsals and outlines the duties of your stage manager(s). Read More

CALVIN BERGER Wows Audiences at Thespians Festival

CALVIN BERGER, Barry Wyner’s romantic musical comedy set in a contemporary high school, recently took the stage at the 2016 Texas Thespians State Festival in Dallas. The response from students and faculty was overwhelmingly effusive. The production, which was specially selected for inclusion at the Festival, premiered at Cooper High School in Abilene, Texas. Featuring … Read More

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