Let's talk about performing arts! I often read books on a variety of subjects within the performing arts. I also write articles on how to produce theatre shows and how to up your game as a performer, producer or stagemanager.
Hvad er et artist residency? Som udøvende kunstner findes der uendeligt mange tilbud om kurser, workshops, coaching og uddannelser, som man kan gøre brug af for at dygtiggøre sig. Et af de måske knapt så kendte tilbud til kunstnere er ”Artist Residencies”. (Hvis du allerede kender til residency-fænomenet behøver du nok ikke læse dette indlæg da det primært er henvendt til dem der endnu ikke har stiftet bekendtskab med det 😊 ) ”Artist Residencies” er et tilbud om et ophold et eller andet sted i verden. Her kan man få arbejdsro, sparring, nyt netværk eller inspiration til nye værker. Nogle gange skal man selv betale for rejsen og mad mens…
Here is my little book haul of 6 burlesque centered books! Read along for information and reviews - for burlesque performers, producers, audiences and booklovers alike!
As you might know, one of my passions is Burlesque as performing arts (I run Cabaresque as a part time adventure on top of my dayjob). I found myself without any actual, proper knowledge of the subject, other than having watched the movie with Cher and Christina. I figured I would need to expand my awareness a bit and thus I invested in a few books on Burlesque. “The Best Burlesque Sketches – as adapted for Sugar Babies and other Entertainments” by Ralph Allen, is one of the books I found, and here is my review of it – enjoy! Genre: Nonfiction piece/history/collection of dramatic works Okay, so I’m not quite…
Creating Worlds: How to Make Immersive Theatre (Making Theatre) by Jason Warren Genre: Non-fiction; Theatre & Performing Arts For everyone wanting to get into making immersive performance art and not ‘just’ theatre, this is a book that will guide you through Warren’s own experiences, categorized by different ways of making immersive art and different aims for outcomes. Warren introduces the book by telling the reader that it is not a rulebook or necessarily a “how-to” book, but rather provides insight into several different processes and aspects of planning and executing immersive performances. Warren tells us about failures and aha-moments, what worked and what crashed. This is what really sets this…