Children’s Theater

If you follow my blog, you’ve noticed I have not made many posts this fall. That’s because directing a children’s theater play took more of my time than I had anticipated. It’s all done now and I hope to get back to photography and writing daily and posting at least weekly on this blog.

Charon finds Phaeton’s body.

But I have been blogging on a private blog I created for the cast and crew. I’ve made it a public blog now that performances are over and you can see it on the new page I started. Just look up in the menu bar for Children’s Theater or click that text in this sentence. I realized that children’s theater posts on this blog get a bit of interest so I gave the topic it’s own page.

If you have any interest in children’s theater or any performing art I’d like to hear from you. I designed the robe for Mother Earth in Phaeton and the Sun Chariot from a design sent in by a blogger who read my post seeking ideas.

Mother Earth’s costume was suggested by someone who reads my blog. Thanks!

Next, I’ll be getting ready to go to classrooms in local schools to teach performing arts workshops. And in my studio, I’ll be designing masks and puppets, and writing scripts.

Go to the menu Children’s Theater.



7 thoughts on “Children’s Theater”

  1. Sometimes children’s theatre is even better than the plays produced for adults because of the creativity and storytelling. It’s awesome that you’re able to have such an active role!

    Thanks for commenting on my blog this week. It was great to “meet” you. 🙂

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    1. Thanks very much. I really want to write now, maybe some plays. I so much miss blogging but I don’t want to make a post just to make a post unless I have something to say. And I do have something to say, it’s coming.


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