Have you been brave enough to go all the way?
Are you ready to see those who are?
You may think that the title of this blog is tongue-in-cheek and perhaps it is just a bit, but the truth is this show is the complete package. Wonderfully produced, Brüka’s offering of The Full Monty is easy to enjoy and high energy. Brüka has consistently set the standard for local Reno Theater; this show raises that bar just a bit higher.
The first thing you notice is the complex and ambitious set, Brüka has always done well with the space that they have built for this production of The Full Monty they have pulled out all the stops. A marvelous band suspended above the audience and a set as intricate as a transformer come together to provide an environment to showcase the performance. Continue reading “The Full Monty -The complete package, Brüka Theater”
What inspires you as an artist?
What art inspires you?
For nine years Nada Dada has graced Reno. “Get a Room, Make a Show” has been the motto and that means show what you have, no jury and very few rules. Taking place in Motels in what may be questionable parts of Reno brings an excitement to this creative event. This proved to be a successful model for a time, attracting thousands of visitors and hundreds of artists. Continue reading “Nada Dada 2015, Slowing But Not Done”
Have you ever wanted to exercise your existential mind?
Do you enjoy the questions more than the answers?
A few nights ago I had the privilege of attending the first production at Laughing Owl Productions. This is a small theater on Wells Avenue, and is the brainchild of Dave Anderson. Dave with the help of many others intend to produce plays that rely mainly on the spoken word. This small plain venue lends itself to simple sets that focus the attention on the acting and the words. Continue reading “Laughing Owl Productions, Endgame”
When capturing moments it is your choice as to which moment to capture. Not all moments are created equal and to know the difference is a skill that needs to be honed.
Observing the rhythm of the scene, be it a concert, a play, a wedding or pretty much any event is key in finding that split second of tension. Watching the players with intent will help in anticipating what will come. You can look through the view finder and focus on one part of the action but you will risk losing the moments you will not see out of your line of sight. Putting the camera down on occasion to see what the entire scene looks like is a good start, as well as resisting the urge to chimp.
Feel the rhythm my friends..
Photography is seeing the reality, manipulating the variables and finishing your vision.
Open your eyes, really see the world around you, see with your eyes and your soul.
Manipulate the variables, the mechanics of the camera, the variables of what you see and what you feel.
Finish your vision, the treatment (color B&W ect.), post or print.
Hide in plain site..
Follow your heart my friends ,,