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B&Bs Take the Stage – A New Marketing Tool

The main difference between a bed and breakfast and a hotel is that the owners of a B&B see their patrons as guests, while hotels may see their patrons as customers. To increase their personal appeal, a few B&B’s have added interactive murder mystery plays to their repertoire to appeal to holiday makers. From A […]

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How Drama Classes Can Help With Mental Health

Taking part in drama groups can help with feelings of depression. Theatre provides an environment to engage with others on a one-on-one basis and can be a practical way to address serious issues that society is facing such as bullying, friendship, family relationships, peer pressure, etc. Drama groups can assist with feelings of hopelessness and sadness. […]

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5 Ideas for Church Drama

“To God be the glory” is what we often say and truly, all creations belong to Him. Drama has a way of embodying the stories in the Bible in the most creative of ways. We need to witness the Words of God in new ways so that we reaffirm our commitment to His teachings. There […]

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Poetry for the Elderly

Poetry for the Elderly discusses inspirational poems. Elderly residents of retirement facilities, care homes, nursing homes can draw meaningful responses.

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Monologues: A Natural for Scripts for Spectacular Streaming

Tips for Production One-man shows or monodramas are a natural for livestreaming and virtual theater. That doesn’t mean that you can sign onto Zoom or GoogleMeet and relax. Theatre directors and producers early on began to realize that virtual stages have their own demands for quality productions. Some months ago, the Virginia Stage Company began […]

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Community Theatre Thrives in Midwest with Alice in Wonderland

The Yellow Brick Road now apparently leads to Kansas. And the wizard can be found in Phillips County In the summer of 2020, in the midst of a pandemic and an atmosphere of caution and hesitancy, Phillips County Theatre Arts presented a full performance of Alice! In Wonderland and Through The Looking Glass by Robyn […]

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Fairy Tale One-act Play “Royal Tea” is a Winner!

A fun fairy tale one-act musical play for 7 females, Royal Tea by Cindy Dlugolecki came 4th Place in the GISA Region Competition for one-acts. It was performed by the one-act team from Tiftarea Academy in Chula, Georgia. In Royal Tea, a fast-paced, one-act musical, fairy-tale favorites grapple with the mayhem created when The Fairy […]

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Christmas Play Scripts for Kids – Queens & Princesses

Does your school or college Christmas Play have Royal Characters like a Queen, a Princess or a Duchess? Learning to play a Queen, Princess or Duchess for a school play can be quite a challenge for kids and teens unless you know the rules of Royal Etiquette based on British monarchy rules.  How do you stand? […]

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Spoken Word lights up America’s Got Talent 2020

Simon Cowell in tears as Brandon Leake Makes AGT History With Powerful Poetry Well the cat is out of the bag. Spoken Word Poetry makes great theatre. Here at Blue Moon Plays we’ve been ahead of the trend; championing the idea that verse poetry makes great theatre and, finally, the entertainment industry has been shown […]

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5 Tips for Theatrical Productions During the Pandemic

WELCOME TO THE FUTURE “Looking back on things, the view always improves” Pogo Comic Strip In keeping with the pandemic restrictions of COVID-19, the Virginia Stage Company (VSC) produced a Zoom reading in July of Nat’s Last Struggle by P. A. Wray. it played to a fairly “full house” and many of the attendees stayed […]

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