In this T&E Theatre Factory, we talk about the off-Broadway play Puffs, Festival Ballet Providence's production of The Nutcracker, and our top 3 shows of 2018 (plus our one, agreed upon least favorite).
So much to talk about! The Miss Saigon tour, two local plays, and yes, our ideas for an improved Dear Evan Hansen. Be careful opening your Playbill. . . Opening song: Falco - Der Kommissar Closing song: Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812 OBC - Letters
In the 2nd episode of "T&E Theatre Factory" we discuss the 2018 Tony Awards, Ain't Misbehavin' at Theatre By the Sea, and introduce our dumb gecko, Davey. (j/k, we love you, Davey!)
Hello readers! Welcome to my latest, non-writing endeavor - podcasting! My husband and I have decided to start a show about all of the theatre we see, so if you're into that, take a listen and let us know what you think. Links to relevant stuff from the first episode are in the T&E TF … Continue reading T&E Theatre Factory – Episode 1
Hi everyone! No real entry today. Instead, I wanted to provide you with a link to my first piece as a reviewer for BroadwayWorld's Rhode Island page: Riveting GOD OF VENGEANCE at Head Trick Theatre My next reviews won't be until the end of April/early May, but I'm looking forward to them. Other than my … Continue reading My First Review for BroadwayWorld
So if you follow me on Twitter (@FrontCenterECR) you may have seen previous pictures I've posted from my years backstage at both the Providence Performing Arts Center and the Veterans Memorial Auditorium from back when I was part of a ballet company in the mid-90s. Today's pic is one of the last in the series. … Continue reading The Warm-Up Chair
Yes, that's for real! If I wanted to get SUPER technical, it's been going on in my mind longer than that even. In 3rd grade, we were given creative writing prompts every Tuesday, right after the fluoride lady came around. I still have my collection of stories from that year (picture pending), and somewhere towards … Continue reading 24 Years of Front and Center
Hi everyone! This post is actually an edited version of one from a previous "author blog" I started last year, when I first got serious about writing and publishing my series. Enjoy! [note: the auditorium that serves as the main background picture/banner/whatever on my blog is the very same theatre whose backstage is depicted throughout] … Continue reading Write What You Know? Yes and No