Friday Tip

Dear Constant Reader,

It’s Friday again! A few notes before we get to your tip.

If you haven’t read my post on forgotten burlesque chorine Buddy Wade, please do. I’m quite pleased with the research that lead me to her story.

I’m teaching on-line workshops every week at B.A.B.E. Check out the schedule!

The Boston BeauTease have a new show next month! To celebrate the second season of The Umbrella Academy, we are presenting The Underwear Academy. This streaming show is like nothing we’ve ever done before, in so many ways! Join us Saturday, August 1 at 8pm. Get your tickets here!
Note: All tickets are exactly the same regardless of price. Once you purchase a ticket you will be emailed a link and password to access the show. You also get access to a post-show Zoom with the cast!

Now here’s your tip!

Check your angles.

When you’re performing on stage the audience members see you from differing angles, depending on their locations in the venue. A filmed performance is only going to be seen from one perspective, as thought there were a single seat, so you can control the audience’s gaze. You have a lot of power over what they see (and don’t see). Make sure your angles show you to your best advantage!

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