Have you ever wondered what it takes to design a set for a show? Robert Boccabella of Business Design Services, is here to tell you the process and the details of the set design for Driving Miss Daisy by the Lake County Theatre Company!
Online theatre is now a forced frontier. As time progresses in this interesting and introverted period of history, creatives everywhere are scrambling to find a way to keep creating. Here in Lake County, we are no different. Statewide restrictions have changed the face of theatre, hopefully only temporarily. In its fifth year, Shakespeare at the
The Lake County Theatre Company will abide by all social distancing requirements both in the creation of our productions and in the presentation of them. We are very hopeful that we will be together again soon. In the meantime, please watch this slide show.
Now that all the students are out of school, it can be a challenge for parents to find resources for making sure their child has a well-rounded education. The ARTS are an important part of that education. Children use the skills they learn in other areas while they are singing and acting. Think of it
Audition ThoughtsBy John Tomlinson Auditions. The word alone brings a simultaneous joy and fear to those who know. However, even those who know the actor’s perspective may not know the other half of the story. I thought it may be useful to share some audition tips. I will share the most useful tips for the