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ANNIE: It's the Hard-Knock Life, From Script to Stage | MetroFocus
In the musical ANNIE, the song "A Hard-Knock Life" may describe the neglect the orphans suffer, but in the PBS documentary ANNIE: It's the Hard-Knock Life, From Script to Stage the phrase takes on another meaning, defining the hard work that goes into putting on a Broadway production. Read more on the MetroFocus website: bit.ly/18eySmQ.
KLRN-TV San Antonio: ARTS - Scenic Designer Steve Gilliam
Local renowned Scenic Designer Steve Gilliam introduces us to the magical world of set design. Learn about the role of set design in theatrical productions and how it opens up the imagination of the viewers.
Shrek the Musical
Tulare County Office of Education presents Shrek
WICKED Hair and Makeup: Makeup
The colorful world of WICKED comes to life with each brush stroke in this edition of Behind the Emerald Curtain. Meet the makeup designers responsible for transforming WICKED's amazing cast into the magical characters of Oz. Get inspired and watch Elphaba go green. For information about WICKED, visit us at: www.wickedthemusical.com Connect with us! Facebook: www.facebook.com/Wickedthemusical Twitter: www.twitter.com/wicked_musical
Billy Elliot the Musical Live - Solidarity
The themes of ballet, the coal miners' strike and community tension with the police fill "Solidarity," an ensemble number in Billy Elliot the Musical Live.
Meet The Billys - Euan Garrett | Billy Elliot the Musical
Get to know our newest Billy, Euan, who recently became the 42nd boy to play the title role in London! #MeetTheBillys
'Circle of Life' in 360º | THE LION KING on Broadway
It’s the “Circle of Life” in 360°and it moves us all! Use your phone or “click and drag” to experience every angle, from backstage to the top of Pride Rock. For viewing on desktop, watch in the latest Chrome browser and use your mouse to click and drag to navigate your view. For viewing on mobile or tablet, open the latest YouTube then move your device to navigate your view. The video is produced for The Lion King by Total Cinema 360. Unlike most virtual reality captures of landscapes, sporting events or concerts, The Lion King’s allows viewers to experience “Circle of Life” from the actors’ point of view and see activity otherwise invisible to an audience. The camera allows viewers – in a seamless 360° sweep – to experience the number from within it, completely surrounded by the 31 cast members onstage, Julie Taymor’s eye-popping puppets and masks, the audience seated in the Minskoff Theatre auditorium, set pieces flying in from above and actors emerging from two floors below the stage as Pride Rock rises up to present Mufasa, Rafiki and baby Simba. The virtual reality technology enables viewers to choose where to look at every point, inviting repeat viewings of the video to take in every possible vantage point. “In our 19th year, The Lion King continues to be embraced to an unprecedented degree around the world, and we are humbled,” said Thomas Schumacher, President and Producer Disney Theatrical Productions. “But with that success comes the responsibility to consistently find new ways of sharing Julie Taymor’s bold artistry. What better way to do that than this cutting edge virtual reality technology that puts you right in the middle of one of the most unforgettable production numbers ever staged? For the first time ever, you become part of the ‘Circle of Life.’”
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- Trevor Chauvin
Trevor is moving into his seventh year of teaching in the arts. Mr. Chauvin has directed and taught at many summer/spring break camps, including the world recognized Frenchwoods Festival of Performing Arts. He has directed countless children's show including full productions of Fiddler on the Roof and Flat Stanley and his Musical Adventures. Mr. Chauvin's extensive experience on stage gives him a unique perspective in teaching theatre and music. Mr. Chauvin has been on stage for over 17 years. Mr. Chauvin has his Associate's Degree in Drama from Northwest Vista College and is pursuing his Bachelor's at The University of the Incarnate Word.
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