Meray Paas Tum Ho Episode 19 [Subtitle Eng] – ARY Digital Drama 21 Dec 2019

she doesn’t have a car, papa… she came on a rickshaw (3 wheeler vehicle) and she went back on rickshaw (3 wheeler vehicle) as well it felt, as if she came to ask for forgiveness *phone ringing* Hello! are you watching TV? No, I just reached home means, haven’t you heard the news? which news? Umm… Shehwaar Ahmed […]

Theatre movie project that made me want to kill myself

Whatever happened to predictability The milk man, the paper boy, the evening TV? Ahhh. Everywhere you look, everywhere there’s a heart, a hand to hold onto. Everywhere you look. Everywhere there’s a face, of somebody who needs you. Everywhere you look. When you’re lost out there and you’re all alone. A light is waiting to carry you Home. […]

Mary Poppins @ Variety Theatre

As the days grow shorter and darker, we count on Variety Theatre to brighten the autumn. Variety Theatre is an arm of Variety The Children’s Charity that provides some children the treatment and special equipment they need in order to live well in our world. Variety Theatre annually produces a musical that magically and entertainingly combines theatre professionals […]

The Taxidermist’s Daughter | Introducing Festival 2020 | Chichester Festival Theatre

Kate Mosse, the international bestselling novelist has written her first play for us. It’s an adaptation of her novel The Taxidermist’s Daughter. Now, Kate is local to us in Chichester and this story is also local to us. It’s set in and around Chichester. It’s an epic, gothic thriller and it’ll be directed by Jonathan Munby on our […]

Ep. 59 “Musical Theatre Audition Songs” – Voice Lessons To The World

Hi everybody! My name is Justin Stoney and I’m the founder of New York Vocal Coaching here in New York City. Welcome to episode 59 of Voice Lessons To The World. The show where we want to help you guys as singers by answering your questions from all over. And I’ll give you a chance to ask questions […]

Broadway 101: Theatre and Stage Door Etiquette with Beetlejuice’s Alex Brightman

Hi! I’m Alex Brightman. Join me and Playbill for Broadway 101. I love that moment when the lights dim and the show begins. But you know what moment is not my favorite? When the person next to me takes out his phone to text, take pictures or even FaceTime during the show. There’s also loud eating, talking. Don’t […]

Northanger Abbey – University of Iowa Department of Theatre Arts

[MUSIC PLAYING] VOICES: (MRS. MORLAND, MRS. ALLEN) CATHERINE! CATHERINE! JANE: NO ONE WHO HAD EVER SEEN CATHERINE MORLAND IN HER INFANCY WOULD HAVE THOUGHT HER BORN TO BE AN HEROINE. HER SITUATION IN LIFE, THE CHARACTER OF HER FATHER AND MOTHER, HER OWN PERSON AND DISPOSITION, WERE ALL EQUALLY AGAINST HER. CATHERINE LOVED ALL BOYS PLAYS, AND GREATLY […]

Audience Reactions | Endgame in a double bill with Rough for Theatre II

– Brilliant, amazing, strange, hilarious, sad. – Funny and engaging. – Wonderful, baffling but constantly absorbing. – Someone who was interviewing us referred to it as ‘Morecambe and Wise in hell’ and I think that is like the ideal; it should be like this crazy double act. – I think the way that Richard has directed it as […]