Tag Archives: History

Bringing Lawless Spirits to Life – Part II

A lot of work goes into creating Lionheart Theatre's Lawless Spirits Tour, but perhaps the most fascinating part to play is that of the playwright. Lionheart Theatre recently sat down with Kate Guyton and Daniel Guyton, who wrote several of the stories for this year's Lawless Spirits Tour. How did you get involved with Lionheart's Lawless Spirits Tour? Daniel:  “It's been…
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Bringing Lawless Spirits to Life – Part I

October marks the beginning of the haunting season, as well as Lionheart Theatre's popular Lawless Spirits Tour. This year's event will be held October 25-28 in downtown Norcross, with two walking tours at 6:30pm and 8:00pm nightly. Lionheart Theatre recently sat down with Producing Artistic Director, Tanya Caldwell, who directs and co-writes for this year's Lawless Spirits…
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Musical Theater Through the Ages

The art of theater has probably been around in some form since man first began communicating, but at least since the ancient Egyptians. What began as rituals to satisfy the gods soon became a form of entertainment, first for royalty, but then for the common man. Within this history, the origin of musical theater can…
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A Brief History of Clowning

Clowns have been bringing people joy for hundreds of years. Once called jesters and fools, the term “clown” didn’t emerge until the 16th century. These jesters would perform tricks, sing songs and put on acts in order to entertain and amuse communities. Today, clowning is used as a performance tool, a therapeutic exercise and, of…
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