Annotated theatre lighting design resources including links to designer websites, examples of lighting plots and plans, lighting design videos, lighting theory, plus the role and duties of the stage lighting designer.
In the theatre, a monologue is a speech delivered by a single character. “Monologue” is derived from the Greek words “monos” (single, alone) and “logos” (speech, word). Monologues are typically performed in the presence of other characters and are often directed towards them. Monologues from plays are typically used for acting auditions.
Theatrical sound design involves interpreting the script to include pre-recorded or original sound effects and pre-recorded or original soundscapes in the production. Effective sound design can establish the time of day or year, create mood, denote location, and provide scene transitions.
Reviews of professional theatre shows from across the globe sourced from international newspapers such as The New York Times and The Guardian, industry websites like Broadway World and the New York Theatre Guide, theatre portals such as Theatre People and Australian Stage, plus city-based newspapers like The Age and the Wall Street Journal.