Entries by CWPeditor

Springing Forward at CWP

By Jen Martin Carrollwood Players has been very busy over the last few months! We’ve streamlined, scrubbed and organized! If you haven’t been here in a while, then you should come by and see how much work we’ve done to improve the appearance of our lobby. There is excitement in the air as we look to the […]

Putting the Community in Community Theatre

by Jim Russell I love theatre, and over the past thirty years, I’ve had the great privilege of being involved with both professional and community theatre companies. As an actor, stage manager, director, designer and marketer, I have learned a lot, and continue to learn every day. I have learned that professional theatre is a serious business with highly trained experts in […]

A Small Moment in Time

by Marc Sanders Having participated in local community theatre for close to 25 years, much of the experience has become old hat and routine. Auditions are always nerve racking. Memorizing lines is always a struggle. Fellow actors for one reason or another need to drop out, and thus set us behind. Sometimes “divas” need to […]

Cumulative Transformation

by Deborah Bostock-Kelley It had been (covers mouth) years since I’d stepped on a theatre stage and to be perfectly frank, I was terrified. While I was a reporter for AOL Patch for three years, I was able to interview the incredible actors who called the theatre home, and do my best to give a surprisingly little-known […]