“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.”

I’m conscious that this interview has been quite a while in the write-up. Of course, I have no one to Read More

I’m conscious that this interview has been quite a while in the write-up. Of course, I have no one to Read More

As I write this, an Arts Queensland sponsored tech forum ‘LowFi’ is just finishing up in Brisbane. I was due Read More

As I write this, an Arts Queensland sponsored tech forum ‘LowFi’ is just finishing up in Brisbane. I was due Read More

This post is something different – a little bit of social networking experimentation. Just say you were at an awards Read More

This post is something different – a little bit of social networking experimentation. Just say you were at an awards Read More

Talk about leading the pack! Greenroom wrote about this last November. We thought we’d strut our stuff and republish our Read More

Talk about leading the pack! Greenroom wrote about this last November. We thought we’d strut our stuff and republish our Read More