Performing Arts : Society & Culture & Entertainment
Everybody loves street dance. The skill of the performers, the atmosphere, everything.
In parties, one way to be the center of attraction is to entertain the crowd with a great performance. Serenading people does not fail to amuse especially if the performer can carry a tune. If you are not a born singer, you should waste no time in learning how to improve singing especially if you do
Most of us who have watched American Idol have witnessed the situation where one of the judges has told the singer that s/he chose a very bad song to sing. The fact is that it takes a lot of research, and trial and error to find the right songs to sing at any given time in our singing lives. This ar
Tony Garcia was once a karate expert, champion in San Francisco. To be frank, I wasn't really all that impressed by the so called designation given him on behalf of the Gojo kai, Karate Dojo, but it meant a lot to Tony.
During my first few years of teaching as director of the Method Actors' Training Centre In Pretoria, South Africa, I stuck to how the classes were handled at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute in New York during my time there (1981 - 1984). What I did do differently, however, was to do year-en
For almost 100 years opera glasses existed merely as telescopes. In Vienna in 1823 the first binocular opera glasses and theater binoculars began to appear. They were two simple Galilean telescopes with a bridge in the center, each telescope focused independently from the other by extending or short
Often due to the huge popularity of Broadway shows, ticket prices of plays, concerts and other performances remain high at all times. Not all can pay such high prices for tickets. Hence, some discount Broadway tickets exist so that we can see some great performances at reduced prices.
More and more movies are making the transition from the silver screen to the small stage - and some even go in the other direction. But does the switch always work? Fact is there are some shows which knock the spots off the original big screen presentation...
According to an article presented by the International Academy of Middle Eastern Dance, the roots of belly dancing can be traced to the "traditional women's dances of the Middle East and North Africa," and "the greatest misconception about belly dance is that is is intended to entertain men." In fac
Home recording requires a bit of equipment before you can operate it as a cash-generating recording studio. But surprisingly, the amount and cost of this gear is far less than you probably can have guessed. Here are some suggestions for setting up your own home studio.
A play can be produced anywhere from a parlor or a street corner to a stadium or a Broadway theater. If you want your production to look like it's taking place in a "real" theater, you'll need a proper space and some equipment, but with some ingenuity you can keep your budget low. You'll need a scri
Did you know that some of the best vocal microphones can be had for under $200? This is not to say the very high end mics that sell in the $1000-3000 range aren't good but from my experience sometimes when compared side-by-side often times the $200 mic is as good and sometimes even better depen
Los Angeles born Tap-dancing Twins, Sean & John have revolutionized the traditional Tap Dance as we know it. The twins have made their mark on Las Vegas with their unique blending of fast paced routines and hip hop to create a new phenomenon that's sweeping the nation! Having trained with a wor