A Young Person’s Guide to Theater – Start Memorizing

I learned that actors start memorizing their lines
about a month before the play happens. — Natalie

#10 of a series.

Earlier this year, kids from Dorothy and Mark’s class at Durham’s Central Park School — who were in rehearsals for a school production of The Wizard of Oz — got a guided tour of Manbites Dog Theater led by Associate Artistic Director Jay O’Berski. Here’s what they learned.

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  1. […] Earlier this year, kids from Dorothy and Mark’s class at Durham’s Central Park School — who were in rehearsals for a school production of The Wizard of Oz — got a guided tour of Manbites Dog Theater led by Associate Artistic Director Jay O’Berski. Here’s what they learned. […]

  2. […] Earlier this year, kids from Dorothy and Mark’s class at Durham’s Central Park School — who were in rehearsals for a school production of The Wizard of Oz — got a guided tour of Manbites Dog Theater led by Associate Artistic Director Jay O’Berski. Here’s what they learned. […]

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