David Rayden posts a quick blog article with a few pictures from the beginning of his interest in acting in a school play in 1977!
David posts a poem he wrote after a short but moving relationship, and the proverb shared by his lover that inspired it.
David was given a challenge to write monologue entitled “Comedian” that wasn’t funny. If anyone laughed, it was a fail.
Time and task management have always been a bit if a weakness of mine, but maybe the answer may have it’s origins in the kitchen!
Nature gave us powerful brains but didn’t provide us with a user manual. Consequently, far too many people fail to use their brains optimally, often with catastrophic consequences.
Being resourceful and making things happen on a shoestring is very rewarding in itself. A promotional film made in one day on a shoestring budget.
An article about poor treatment by private “community care” companies prompted this piece about a nurse working for just such a company. I hope the actor can find much to enjoy in the tone and nuance to reveal the story.
I wrote this one afternoon when an image popped into my head of a child in a hospital bed surrounded by family, celebrating his/her birthday, with a dark twist. Hopefully, with enough nuance for the actor to enjoy!
David writes about one of the most common tips for new and inexperienced teachers: Getting the students speaking meaningful language.
TARION were kind enough to let David play with their 60cm dolly slider, so he did a personal review. Useful video gear!