It’s 11 o’clock: Do you know where your showstoppers are? Can you name some 11 o’clock numbers from Broadway musicals? Have you performed in an 11 o’clock number yourself? Tell us about it here!
You’ve really got to apply yourself. Have you ever created applied theatre? Or seen it? Or been affected by it? Tell us here!
Should I stay or should I go Have you ever argued with a director over your character’s blocking? Tell us here!
No need for a doctor in the house–this broken leg’s lucky Has anyone ever wished you something other than break a leg before a performance? Tell us here!
Here kitty, kitty, kitty! Have you ever been on a catwalk at a theatre or seen the lighting or sound crew use a catwalk to hang lights or operate their equipment during a show? Tell us about it here!
Welcome to the Theatre Dictionary’s conversation about the term Character Shoe. On Character Shoe’s official page, we defined the term as “a neutral shoe worn by female ensemble members in a musical.” But now we want to know what Character Shoe means to you. You can use the comments section to – suggest additional definitions [...]