Selections from ACT One, Scene 3

This is a selection of stories and articles that appeared in the third issue of ACT One, published in May of 1996.

This is a selection of stories and articles that appeared in the third issue of ACT One, published in May of 1996.

In this Issue
Re:ACTion - The Editors Column- Valerie Moore
Continuing Recollections of an Antiquated Thespian- Raymond Moore
ACT Off - Lessons for the Elite - Rob Thomson
Critically Speaking- Gerry Gray
Our Stories

Re:ACTion - The Editor’s Column
 
One Year! In a little more than one year ACT has grown from an idea to a vibrant, ever growing organization that is reaching out to touch more and more people. It is encouraging to see how we are all learning and growing with each experience. The recent box office success with The Crucible is a measure of what we have learned about marketing (see Rob Thomson’s article on publicity), and with each production many people are expanding their experiences in different directions. It is exciting to be involved with such an enthusiastic bunch of people committed to a common cause. 
 
For those who are new members, or even thinking of becoming a member, the monthly play readings are a great way to make a start without a major commitment. The selection of plays is varied and you can even request your own favourite. Last month’s choice was an exciting one - a brand new, as yet unseen, script by Hank Stinson of Young Master Davie, adapted from Dicken’s David Copperfield. And to make it even more exciting, Helen MacCrae was there to introduce us to the music. 
 
Looking forward to seeing you all the Annual General Meeting. - the editor

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