I can't wait for the auditions for You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown. It all starts tomorrow at @theislandtheater! I've been thinking of something that's truly personal and special to me.
4 years ago I played Motel in a production of Fiddler On The Roof. Many years ago people judged me and said that if I was ever to do a production of the show, I wouldn't get Motel due to me being overweight. I've always been told that I have to look right for the part. When I auditioned for the show, I did my thing and in less than a week I was offered Motel! I put my heart and soul and worked very hard to develop my skills.
This musical has a very strong message related to this story. Early this summer, I saw the Fred Rogers documentary, "Won't You Be My Neighbor." The message of that spectacular film is that of hope. Everyone who works hard and succeeds or tries wants to find happiness. You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown has a message that is all about hope and happiness. This is why I strongly relate to the show and I'm deeply honored to be making my directing debut. I was myself when I auditioned for Fiddler On The Roof and it was my talent that got me the incredible role. I wasn't limited because of my size. You're A Good Man Charlie Brown is a show about everybody. All shapes, sizes, age, and backgrounds. No one is limited in what they can do. That's why this show is going to be epic! #theatre#theatrelife#theatrearts#musicaltheatre#youreagoodmancharliebrown#director#youreagoodmancharliebrownmusical#charliebrown#snoopy#peanuts#happiness#honor#success#theislandtheater#flemingisland#youregoingtotheisland
Sometimes an actor will judge a character for being or doing something they disagree with personally. That can interfere with the work and put you at odds with the person you’re portraying. You don’t have to agree with your character or their behavior in your personal life, but artistically you want to push aside all bias in order to play the role truthfully. Your job is to understand what drives them to do what they’re doing in the story.
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Mohon Aminnkan doanya saudaraku 👇 bukan sekadar menulis Al-Fatehah
Allahummaghfirlahu warhamhu waafihi wa'fuanhu
Hari ini 18/8/2015 - 18/8/2018 sekitar jam 11 pagi Genap 3 tahun kembalinya Seniman Karim Latiff ke Rahmatullah kerana kanser paru-paru di HKL ketika berusia 78 tahun
Jenazah Almarhum telah dikebumikan ditanah perkuburan Islam taman Batu Muda
Almarhum berasal dari Rembau, Negeri Sembilan berhijrah ke Studio Jalan Ampas, Singapura ketika berumur 18 tahun.
Antara filem lakonannya - Sumpah Pontianak, Selendang Delima, Mahsuri, Masam Masam Manis, Do Re Mi, Nasib Do Re Mi, Keluarga 69, Gerimis, Ahmad Albab, Anak Bapak, Lain Jalan Ka-Shorga, Enam Jahanam, Dayang Suhana
Beliau juga berbakat dalam arena seni suara.
Sabda Rasulullah shallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam;
"Adapun hadiah orang-orang yang hidup kepada orang-orang mati ialah mohon istighfar (keampunan) kepada Allah untuk mereka dan bersedekah atas nama mereka".
Ayuh sama2 kita mendoakan Allahyarham Dan seluruh muslimin Serta muslimat yg telah meninggal dunia, mudah mudahan Bila tiba waktu kita, ada insan lain yg mendoakan kita...
"Ya Allah, Ampunilah saudara kami Abdul Karim Bin Abdul Latiff, naikkanlah darjatnya diantara orang-orang yang mendapat hidayah dan lindungilah keluarga dan keturunannya yang masih hidup. Ampunilah dia dan kami, wahai Tuhan sekelian alam, luaskanlah kubur baginya dan berikanlah cahaya didalamnya"
(Riwayat Imam Muslim)
Aminnn aminn aminn Ya Rabbal a'lamin
“Giddy perfection.” Time Out. The first reviews are in for Sarah Goodes’ production of A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2 with lighting by Niklas Pajanti and music and sound design by Chris Williams. “The actors are uniformly magnificent.” “Watching these two women hack their way through the thorny wood of patriarchy makes for riveting theatre.” “profoundly unsettling” Time Out. “Goodes draws in the audience with the play’s gentle humour, guiding the four actors to craft layered characterisations that pack a hefty emotional punch. The waves of energy and intensity in the play’s various confrontations are expertly judged.” “Dusseldorp’s performance has a sense of the epic; her ability to command the stage while still supporting, enhancing and enjoying her fellow actors is a true gift... The central extended mother and daughter scene is scintillating in its frisson, and has the audience utterly entranced.” Simon Parris. “Director Sarah Goodes is by now a master of this kind of intimate psychological warfare, and she directs here with nuance and precision. The characters have a tendency to grip the walls as if unconsciously aware that the house is a trap, that to occupy the centre is to put oneself at enormous risk. Each performance has a distinct physicality, from Nora’s lunging athleticism to Emmy’s ramrodded poise.” Time Out. Photo: Jeff Busby. Congratulations to the whole team at Melbourne Theatre Company on a brilliant production. Don't miss it!
Announcing Andrew Jackson as part of our 2019 Judging Panel! The talented actor, Andrew Jackson, loves to shock and surprise his audience with an ever-expanding character range. He has worked extensively in Classical Theatre, Film, Television, Commercial Voice and Animation projects, such as All My Children, Wind At My Back, Kyle XY, Twists of Terror and Sea Wolf. Andrew continues to feel inspired by the endless possibilities of great storytelling and prides himself in being a team player. #vff19