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I don’t blog so much anymore. Often, I’m just too busy with another of these, another production of an out-of-the-ordinary Shakespearean play. So in light of a stack of five to ten paragraphs, here’s the video record of one such night of performance. I’m not in it, but I directed it, and I couldn’t be […]
In our just-closed production of Henry IV – Part 1, The Douglas (that blood-thirsty Scot) claimed a Lord’s ear as a means of defying the standing king. The act was done off-stage, coupled with a scream of pain. After, The Douglas would stride on-stage, proud of his deed and bearing his bloody prize, much to […]
My experiments in vlogging continue. I’m using a borrowed Kodak Zi6, a decent little handheld that does 720p. That might be more definition than anyone needs, particularly since I’m still getting used to shooting myself. With each subsequent video, I’m managing less all-chin-all-the-time content. If I didn’t have a show in the works for North […]
Director’s Vlog – August 30, 2009 – Fight Call from Thomas Strickland on Vimeo.
Yes. I still have a blog. But I’ve been a touch busy. With this play. For NFDC’s latest production — All’s Well That Ends Well — I served as the director. I am very proud of this show and its cast. Between weekend performances, we have speed-thrus. Low-key, quick runs through the show from beginning […]
Coming Soon (January 2009), originally uploaded by northfultondramaclub. So, I’m in a play. Not directing this time. I’m in this one. Playing a part I should know well enough: myself. The show is The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) — basically, all 37 plays performed by three actors in about 90 minutes. My co-stars […]
North Fulton Drama Club‘s production of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet opens tonight, September 19, at historic Barrington Hall in Roswell, Georgia and runs for the next three weeks, every Friday and Saturday night. There will be one matinee on Sunday, September 28. And I’m in this one, vainly struggling to keep the peace of […]
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