Review – The Changeling by Theatre UBC

Review by Britt MacLeod UBC Theatre Department’s production of The Changeling at the Chan Centre’s Telus Studio Theatre provides an exciting opportunity to witness a seldom-produced piece of Jacobean-era theatre. Written by Thomas Middleton and William Rowley in 1622, the play features two separate plot threads which eventually weave together. The main thread follows the

10 Tips for Auditioning

Memorize your monologue. It may seem like a no-brainer, but you should aim to have your monologue memorized for your audition. That means not only knowing the words by heart, but also having your blocking and movement memorized as well. To do this, try breaking the piece into smaller increments or beats (based on the

Be a part of Dionysia Festival

TECHIES! Looking for some super fun super interesting backstage experience?! Well then myyy goodness have we got the opportunity for you! UBC Players Club is now accepting applications for tech crew members for Festival Dionysia, a show made up of six one-act plays written and performed by local artists. Festival Dionysia is a wonderful opportunity

Hold These Truths at The Cultch

Hold These Truths runs at The Cultch Historic Theatre (1895 Venables St., Vancouver) October 20-November 2 and is accompanied by two events presented by Asian Canadian & Asian Migration Studies on Thursday, October 24th ACAM is delighted to participate in Hold These Truths, a play by Jeanne Sakata about the life of Gordon Hirabayashi, a

Beckett 19: Review

Beckett 19: or some such semblance Directed by Gerald Vanderwoude Gone too soon! Yesterday was the closing night of UBC Theatre and Film’s production of Beckett 19: or some such semblance by Samuel Beckett. This year’s Beckett production was short but very sweet with incredibly versatile performances, evocative technical design, and much appreciated humor. Opening