How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes – Part 3 of 6: “Listening and Never Underestimating”

Since the character “Sherlock Holmes” was introduced to the world in 1887, people around the globe have been fascinated with the chance to become just as cognitive and intuitive as he is. Of course, we need to remember that “Sherlock Holmes” is a fictional character with some “abilities” that may be exaggerated for dramatic effect…… Read More How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes – Part 3 of 6: “Listening and Never Underestimating”

Ky’s Guide to Behaving Yourself at The Perry Awards

This Sunday, the New Jersey Association of Community Theatre will be presenting their annual Wake-up Monday Morning Still Feeling Intoxicated Awards Perry Award ceremony – a night where community theater celebrities (that’s an oxymoron) gather together to celebrate themselves their fellow artists. If you’re going to the big ceremony on Sunday, don’t give us a… Read More Ky’s Guide to Behaving Yourself at The Perry Awards

The NJ Community Theatre Guide to Announcing You’ve Been Cast in a Show

Congratulations! You’ve hit the big time! Okay, well, not really, but you will make damn sure that people think you did. You’re in New Jersey community theatre, damnit! And you want the WORLD to know that your Bachelors degree in Fine Arts wasn’t completely wasted. Here are some tips on how to effectively announce you’ve… Read More The NJ Community Theatre Guide to Announcing You’ve Been Cast in a Show