Behind the Curtain

Official Blog of International City Theatre

Archive for July, 2014

The Secret Diary of an ICT Summer Intern: Audience Etiquette

Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014

Back in the day, people used to dress up for the theatre like celebrities today dress up for award shows – evening gowns, tuxedos, the whole shebang. People were all about manners and class. Nowadays, life is so much more relaxed. People wear pajamas to the grocery store, and they text while they’re having dinner […]

The Secret Diary of an ICT Summer Intern: Why Young People Should Go to the Theatre

Wednesday, July 16th, 2014

Theatre is inarguably dominated by an older crowd. One may wonder why, but it becomes pretty obvious when you ask one question: how exactly do young people spend their free time nowadays? Electronic dance music, music festivals, parties, Facebook, texting, and TV – this is the mainstream lifestyle of today’s youth (of which I myself […]

The Secret Diary of an ICT Summer Intern: Other Desert Cities

Tuesday, July 8th, 2014

Hey guys! It is now the middle of my second week at ICT, and as promised, I have much more to talk about. For this week, I want to narrow my discussion to ICT’s production of Other Desert Cities and why you should see it before it closes! Everyone at ICT was talking about this […]

Powered by WordPress. Theme by Sash Lewis.