On Writing And Preparing One-Man--or, as I say when I'm in a la-di-dah mood--SOLO PRESENTATION--Shows, will be a fun examination of your--the Seminarians--ideas for your own shows, tempered with my own discoveries of the form, freely imparted (for a modest fee of course), tempered further by the discoveries you will make about your own work as you move along and go totally beyond and supersede my own experience. Hopefully.
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I Will Come And Speak To You And Your Group on the art of play-making and acting, and Tell Good Real Stories of my sixty years of trying to become an "artiste" of the theater and a human being--at the same time. I know a lot of stuff about how life is in the theater, and in movies and television--the mind-set, the people, and how it all gets to be the way it is--because I participated successfully and fairly conspicuously in all of that for many useful decades of my life. And I see it in a particular light today which surprises even me. And which reflects the greater things I have learned from having a family--five kids and a great wife (of whom many of you will have heard--check out LucieArnaz.com.) --and from trying to become a better man. It will be inspiring, because my experiences--while hardly all positive--have inspired me, and I like to tell stories, and I love people. And not just "up to a point," as my father always said, but way beyond. Into Spirit. Scare you? Good!
(time--one hour or as much as you can stand)