Tags : Stage

Bloopers

Bloopers

A Poem by Barbara Walker


Tongue in cheek write.
We step on the stage

We step on the stage

A Poem by weaknight


We step on the stage ready to act the play they taught us so well we learned, we devoted between the laughters our blind innocent souls before th..
My Stage

My Stage

A Poem by Kaspar Carr


It has changed me.
Stage Fright

Stage Fright

A Poem by Helena


Stage Fright I, too, am a player in this strange play of life On a stage too big for my comfortA sea of faces making upthe audien..
Mata Hari

Mata Hari

A Poem by Fetish Ewing


Mata Hari, the Speak Easy bar in Savannah, GA, is where the quietest tragedy takes place every Saturday night.
Artistic Preservation

Artistic Preservation

A Poem by Dana Alsamsam


My biggest regret (afterNot splatter painting my bedroom walls),Is not finding a wayTo house dance in museums.All I ask is that when deathGrips my bon..
 "Serenade to the Reaper's Blade" - an excerpt from "The Death of Me" (a Rock Opera in progress)

"Serenade to the Reaper's Blade" - an excerpt fro..

A Stage Play by Alice Patinkin


Scene: Evelina walks in the graveyard. She comeshere to escape the eyes of her ever watchful, uptight mother, and to let her thoughts run wild. The ni..
A Sub-Zero Life: Act 1 Scene 1

A Sub-Zero Life: Act 1 Scene 1

A Stage Play by Konnie


Freddie Raynard is a young man dealing with mental illness, his motley family, abusive neighbors, and the never-ending search for a steady job.
Yes, Let Us Be Gone

Yes, Let Us Be Gone

A Stage Play by Konnie


Lindsey, a harsh school bully comes to school one day to find it completely empty. Except for one person that is, someone with a grudge. This may be o..
Stage

Stage

A Poem by Royal Phoenix


From day to day a costume change Today they think that I am normal Tomorrow they will find me strange I live and learn from page to pageAll the experi..
Stage

Stage

A Poem by midnightsunshine


A philosophical outlook on life. This piece is inspired by the beginning of a monologue in 'As You Like It', a play written by William Shakespeare.
degas dreamer

degas dreamer

A Poem by Dana Alsamsam


miss reznick watches ongiving slight, unforgiving nodsas we complete barre stretches.supple back, hips turned outshoulder blades like wings.i dream of..
*untitled*

*untitled*

A Poem by Cat


This poem is dedicated to all of the young women that were a part of my stays at hospitals. You guys gave me hope.. I hope you can have some to. For a..
*Currently Untitled*

*Currently Untitled*

A Book by Katherine


A year in the life of a stage manager in a not so typical theatre.
Audition

Audition

A Poem by Marina


all the world's a stage, the show must go on, and all that. but when it comes to a bad audition, i forget why i ever began in the first place anyway
changing

changing

A Poem by Gabrielle Henry


I feel at home hereon this wooden floor.Black and filled with storiesthis proscenium stageIs a time machinewarping you back throughthe decadesand cent..
Turned

Turned

A Stage Play by Tumara Hall


This was just a fun School play adapted into a short film I wrote for a high school. Easily adaptable to both Stage and film. Set in Invercargill, NZ ..
Final Swan Song

Final Swan Song

A Poem by Helena


We'll meet again when the curtain falls on my final swansong So wretched on this stage of life playing to a demanding aud..
The Inanimate soliloquy

The Inanimate soliloquy

A Poem by MADAM


A puppet being used. Who do you really like? The puppet? Or the puppeteer?