“The best and brightest men and women of nations and corporations the world over will pool their resources, share their collective vision, to leave behind a brighter future. It's not about us. Therefore, what I'm saying, if I'm saying anything, is welcome back... to the Stark Expo!"
Change only happens with action. What you do, or don’t do, has consequences. Lead with positivity and kindness. You may not think a little gesture will have an impact, but you could not be more wrong. A little bit, goes a long way! 💯
Also, @brandondavisbd said our friendship is over if I’m not Tony Stark for Halloween. Not sure how he got that idea 🤷🏻♂️
“Thou can’st not speak of that thou dost not feel...” It takes a village to kill a child.
The existential crisis facing our world today, the product of a lack of practical leadership from our earth’s elders, has triggered a deafening chorus of ‘How dare you!’, screamed from the heart of our planet’s youth. And it’s not just about climate issues. What can children teach us in their struggle to be heard?
Sport for Jove’s furiously energetic new production of Romeo & Juliet is characterised by a true vision of today’s youth - the rarely seen innovation of actual teenagers playing the play’s children – Juliet, Romeo, Paris, Mercutio, Benvolio, Balthazar, all aged 14-18, and surrounded by an extraordinary cast of experienced players, gives this production an authenticity and honest rawness, danger and the genuine awkwardness of youth.
Director Damien Ryan’s production takes on the spirit of a filthy Italian opera, lead with an original acapella vocal score by Naomi and Drew Livingston, driven by heat and sensuality, chaos, fights and fevers of the mind, and of course, by Shakespeare’s soaring poetry. We are carries us to backcountry Verona, a profoundly insular town, trapped in cycles of tradition and vendetta, staring out at the future with moral pollution at its heart. Only its children’s courage to express themselves will bring change. With the mad blood stirring, two young lovers meet and set in motion the most iconic love story of all time, that of Juliet and her Romeo.
Join us under the stars in our 11th Summer Season for this heart-stopping production of the star-crossed lovers.
ROMEO AND JULIET
Bella Vista: Dec 21 (Preview), 22 (Opening), 27, 28, 29, 30.
Leura: Jan 17 (Preview), 18, 25, 26.
Parramatta: Feb 6, 7, 13, 20, 22, 23.
“Better a witty fool than a foolish wit.” The twelfth night is the last day of the Christmas cycle, a night of madness where the world turns upside down, where grief and joy and laughter and tears are all one. When mere mortals have the power to choose who they are, what they believe in and who they may love. In this rollicking production from director Christopher Stollery, music and mayhem will fill the summer night.
When Viola is shipwrecked on a strange land, desperate at the loss of her twin brother Sebastian, she disguises herself as a boy to survive. The inevitable ensues with the silliness of mistaken identity, foolish love connections, and a witty fool.
On her mad, joyous, romantic journey to rediscovering herself and finding her twin, she will change the people of Illyria forever, bringing just the right amount of chaos, and just the right number of weddings.
Don’t miss your opportunity to devour this delightful comedy in the open air this summer.
Leura: January 11 (Preview), 12, (Opening Night), 18, 19, 24, 26.
Parramatta: February 2, 8, 9, 16, 21, 27, 28, March 1.
Tis’ the season! Well, yes...the Holiday season as well, but we’re talking about the upcoming school semester and pilot season! January is going to be the start to a big season in Hollywood and more importantly, for LTM.
So, we are looking for a ‘Few Good Men’ (really any gender or non conformist - we just thought it sounded good) 😅 to join our team!
We provide full college credit for students. High School Seniors and Non Students are also welcome to apply.
Make sure to @ anyone who may be interested!
For detailed information on the internship requirements, terms, and duties - please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
It's about time that I get back into acting again. It was a real pleasure to work with @meghanedcr on this small scene about a manipulative boyfriend.
Acting takes total dedication. If you can be happy doing something else, anything else, go do that because in order to be an actor you need to totally commit, absolutely. You can’t put your big toe in. A couple of years ago, I said, ‘This is what I’m going to do. If it means that when I’m 40 or 50 or 60, I'm still not there, I won't give up trying.
So it was all in, I have no back-up plan, because when you have a back up plan, your mind will become lazy and think it will be okay if I don’t succeed there is always that back up plan., that’s very dangerous. In a way it makes you hungrier and more aggressive to find those projects, and to keep your eye on the prize.
An actor is supposed to create an interesting compelling character that serves the text and present it in the environment where your audition happens and then you walk away.
And that’s it.
Everything else is out of your control, so don’t even think of it, don’t focus on that. You’re not going there to get a job, you’re going there to present what you do … You Act.
And there it is – and walk away.
and there is power in that, and confidence in that. And it’s also saying ‘I can only do so much’ and then the decision of who might get a job is so out of your control … really when you analyse it makes no sense to hold on to that.