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Month: October 2017

Get to know Theatrical Trainer

On today’s podcast, we get to know Theatrical Trainer. Health and wellness are a huge part of everyday life. Of course, we know that the life of an artist can be an adventure. If only there were a team of dedicated artists who understand the plight and has a direct focus on the maintenance required to be a working artist. That is what I sought to find out when I sat down with Theatrical Trainer, a Personal Training Company by Theatre artists, for theatre artists and beyond. With the understanding of be working artists combined with health and wellness practices, all signs point to, let’s find out. So, here’s our interview with Theatrical Trainer at Rep Radio, Studio D, for The Drake. Stay Tuned!

ABOUT THEATRICAL TRAINER

Theatrical Trainer is a theatrical conditioning and In-Home Personal Training company located in Center City, Philadelphia.

With the help and support of our staff at Theatrical Trainer you’ll get personal training in the comfort of your own home or local park and get results without the commitments or expense of a gym/studio. Workouts are fun, challenging, convenient, semi-private/private, affordable and completely safe. Our staff not only provides general personal training, but workshops, movement coaching and choreography as well. We service the theater and film industry, both conditioning actors and providing physical theater training to your cast, educational program or company.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

http://theatricaltrainer.com

 

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1812’s Buyer & Cellar

After a long day, I wanted to make this easy. So, a casual conversation about the many “wigs” Dito van Reigersberg wears lightens the mood. During the rehearsal for Buyer & Cellar, Dito had another “Pig Iron” in the fire. Fringe Arts, the artistic overload that welcomes in our theatre season, needed his attention as well. I ask about switching gears and turning the rest off in order to focus on becoming Alex. Of course, he is a professional. Of course, he knows how to do that. But, most theatre lovers see the polished presentation of all the hard work and not always do they get to hear about the process. Stay Tuned.

ABOUT BUYER & CELLAR

Just fired from a stint working at a California theme park (mouse ears, anyone?), Alex More is an underemployed actor looking for a new gig when, out of the blue, the biggest piece of theatre in the world just happens to find him.

FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION:

http://1812productions.org

 

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