Category: theatre

The Stand Out Script

The weekend just gone was a blast. It really doesn’t feel like it’s a week since the Thurso Players Blackout crew headed down to Lochgelly in Fife for the Scottish Community Drama Association Youth Finals. Four fabulous youth teams from Caithness (that’s us), Orkney,… Continue Reading “The Stand Out Script”

Perfect Plays and Pantos

It’s that time of year again… panto rehearsals are in full swing and I’ve been asked to produce a musical next year. Excellent stuff. Well it can be. Now, since I started working backstage in our local theatre I have noticed one thing that… Continue Reading “Perfect Plays and Pantos”

The Editor and the Playwright

Attending an SCDA acting and directing workshop this weekend (and it was a rather fabulous one too, one that got me acting for the first time in years) gave me the idea for this week’s post. A post on the importance of editing for… Continue Reading “The Editor and the Playwright”