“A performer’s warm up should leave them in a focused, optimistic emotional state, with awareness for their body’s strengths to work and their weaknesses to work on for the day. It needs to be more than a hasty throat clearing after the first cappuccino of the day.”

“A performer’s warm up should leave them in a focused, optimistic emotional state, with awareness for their body’s strengths to work and their weaknesses to work on for the day. It needs to be more than a hasty throat clearing after the first cappuccino of the day.”

Image: Liam de Burca – Matt Young and Anna Burgess In art and in life there are truths and there Read More

Image: Liam de Burca – Matt Young and Anna Burgess In art and in life there are truths and there Read More

Image: Cindy Laine, USQ Photography. I’ve had a lot of chats with a lot of different grandmas over the course of Read More

Image: Cindy Laine, USQ Photography. I’ve had a lot of chats with a lot of different grandmas over the course of Read More

I asked David Burton if he would write a piece for Greenroom on the recent experience he had with the Read More

I asked David Burton if he would write a piece for Greenroom on the recent experience he had with the Read More