[A MAN dressed in a suit and holding a briefcase, stands waiting, checking his watch from time to time on stage left. WOMAN enters stage right.] WOMAN: Telephone? MAN: For me? WOMAN: No, you have one? MAN: A telephone? WOMAN: Yes. MAN: No. WOMAN: Oh. [A long pregnant pause.] WOMAN: Why don’t you have a
The cast of Deja Vu on the cover of The Prague Post Night and Day (Entertainment section).
Check out this sneak peak of Sweeney Todd, in the background you can see my scenic art! It took two weeks but I’m happy with the results, even though it was my first time as a scenic artist. I was accompanied by the very talented artist Michael Rowland who was the stage manager of Deja
Here is the recent promo film we shot for the play Déjà Vu which will be performed for four nights at the Prague Fringe Festival, Divadlo Kampa, in June 2012. Here is the summary of the play: “A young couple’s love is threatened by infidelity, a vague feeling they’ve seen it all before, and the mysterious
Déjà Vu is an upcoming play which will be performed for only four nights at the Prague Fringe Festival in June 2012. Here are the recent promo photos we took in Prague:
I cried yesterday. A few years ago I wouldn’t have been so keen to tell you that but I’m now proud to say it because for the purpose of acting crying is a good thing. Any actor needs to know how to cry in front of people. The trouble is, that especially for a man,