Marcie Gorman knows a thing or three about overcoming adversity. Still, when the pandemic hit during preparations for MNM Theatre Company’s 2020 production of “Cabaret,” she admitted its effect left a devastating impact.
Actor/vocalist Wayne LeGette has experienced much – and learned even more – during 35 years of stage performances, portrayals in front of TV and movie cameras, and speaking before a microphone for voice dubbing.
Talk with Patrick Fitzwater for just five minutes, and you’ll discover this is a man who is anything but burned out by the pandemic.
I will never forget the first time I acted on camera. My agent had brought me in to work on a commercial read. With only two to three years of theatrical experience, I walked in and did what I was accustomed to on stage…umm…whoops. Poor, naive, eight-year-old me was completely unaware of how “big” my audition had been.
As a child, I grew up watching tons of movies. It was because of movies, I was introduced to musicals. Musicals turned movies get some flack in the theatre world.
In honor of May being Mental Health Awareness Month, I wanted to take the time to discuss a bit of my own journey, while also creating a space for others to share and find comfort in Unscripted – a place of no filter, reflection, hope, and of course, my path to the live theatre and entertainment business.
Since its 2015 launch, Theatre Lab has been on the fast track to becoming one of the most prominent and promising theatre companies in South Florida, and Matt Stabile has been there every step of the way.
For most people involved in the theater in South Florida, to be seen at the theatre by George Wentzler was to be seen by the entire world. You see, George always brought his camera to the theatre. If you were in the show or attended the theatre, the chances are that George took your photo.
If you’re wondering what singer/actor/dancer Gabriela “Gaby” Tortoledo is really like, I asked one of the students she taught as an adjunct professor in the Theater Department at Miami-Dade College.