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What is Blocking?

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“Hit your mark and say your lines.” So goes the world’s shortest piece of acting advice. And while it’s a little bit reductive, there’s truth to the importance of knowing where to stand and why....

Scenes for Young Actors

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Speaking as a teacher of young actors, I know how ridiculously hard it can be to find good material for them to learn and perform in drama classes. You know what you’re looking for—at the...

Scenes for Three Actors

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Three-handers are strange beasts. There’s something unusual about the energy—the dynamic between three characters when all you really need for good drama are two. Writers have to work harder to justify that pesky third person,...