Monthly Archives: January 2011
Where Do I get My Ideas By Brad Weston This is something that I get asked all the time. I could get off easy if I just said, “The idea fairy gave them to me.” And it might possibly even … Continue reading
Lesson 1: Don’t over-dress for an outdoor performance.
Lesson 2: Have your own water.
Lesson 3: If you are ill, take a short intermission.
Lesson 4: It is possible to swallow a mouthful of vomit on stage while dressed in a clown suit and get away with it. Continue reading
Just remember: any judgements you may have about the future are just guesses. Worse than that, they are prophecies. Most prophecies have a way of being self-fulfilling. So keep your thoughts positive. Be supportive of yourself. Be supportive of others. Don’t be afraid. Everything has a way of working itself out. Continue reading
How Good is Good Enough By Brad Weston Okay, I’ll admit right off the bat, that this is a controversial subject. We are trained as kids to be THE BEST at any cost. Winning is everything. To sit here and … Continue reading
The barking dog method for dealing with hecklers. By Brad Weston I know that dealing with hecklers has been written about ad nauseam since the dawn of theater. There was probably some gladiator fighting a couple of lions and a … Continue reading
The Soil of The Void By Brad Weston The sun sees us and smiles our worries, and hurries and troubles and toils, our flares of anger and triumphs and joys. How small we seem and fast, and we think the … Continue reading