Category Archives: art

No Drama

So save theatrics for the stage, don’t be a dramaturge. Continue reading

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Status is for Suckers!

Anything other than simple comforts and a deeply enriching passion for the performing arts is superfluous to me. Anything that takes you away from your dream is bad for you. Continue reading

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What is Art?

Art is a subjective experience. Just as I might see a car going ninety miles an hour and I could believe that the car is going fast, if a professional race car driver saw the same car traveling at that same speed, to him it would be moving slowly. Continue reading

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How To Be a Creepy Clown

How To Be a Creepy Clown by Uncle Happy First of all, let’s just get this out of the way right now: it’s not about what the customer wants, it is about what the creepy clown wants. Respect! Here are … Continue reading

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The Power of Passive Aggression

…if the audience feels like you could become angry, or annoyed, that’s power. Use it wisely! Continue reading

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Is Live Performance Dying?

If the available bookings are cut in half, then in order to work, you just need to look as though you are better than 60% of the available acts that are left. That is what marketing is for. It is largely a perception thing. Continue reading

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The Soil of The Void

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

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