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ACTOR'S CREED

  1. I will develop myself in a positive manner and avoid anything that will hinder my mental and physical health and growth.

  2. I will develop self-discipline in order to bring out the best in myself and others.

  3. I will use my heart, my mind, and my body knowingly and passionately for the common good.

  4. Theatre is life.  Life is theatre.  I will allow myself to make mistakes and demand of myself that I learn from them.  I will allow others to make mistakes also.

      I will always be kind and supportive to my fellow actors. I will say and do nothing that will make them feel diminished or less valuable to the troupe.

     

Coalition For Theatre Education
Statement on Freedom of Expression in Academic Theatre

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Robert d'Amato
January 8 at 9:14am

https://www.facebook.com/ajplusenglish/videos/874334476041394/

The impact of a theatre experience on prison inmates has always exceeded expectations. There ought to be more of it, but when we can't get governments to fund theatre in the schools, there's little hope for them to do it in prisons. In the early years of Waiting for Godot when sophisticated audiences were baffled by it, the prisoners at San Quentin penitentiary got it right away when it was played there. Malcolm X read all of Shakespeare when he was imprisoned.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The first play ever performed in North America, took place on a boat at Port Royal, Nova Scotia. The production, staged on November 16, 1606, was called Le Th'atre de Neptune en la Nouvelle-France.     (MTI)