May 11th, 2012

The End of the Show (or How Actors Deal with Change)

Unlike films, novels, music or poetry, theatrical performance has a shelf life. At a certain point in the course of any play – whether it be a one-night performance to raise money for charity, or a three-decade run of Les Miserables¬†on Broadway – the show must come to an end. It’s quite rare for a […]