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NTPA Blog 2018-09-18T18:33:22+00:00

Choosing a Great Audition Monologue

Tips and Tricks|

By Bethany Bourland Actors usually love performing scenes with other people. When it comes to performing monologues for auditions, though, we usually feel like this: But here is the deal: as an actor, you must master the audition, because it is part of the game! So here are some tips [...]

Acting Terms You Should Know

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By Charlotte Forcht If you are participating in a full-length theatrical production for the first time, the process can seem intimidating. One crucial part of joining any community is learning their language. Familiarizing yourself with certain acting terms and phrases will help you feel less like an outsider and will [...]

Dedicating the Brodie Copeland Theatre

NTPA News|

North Texas Performing Arts invites the public to attend the formal dedication of The Brodie Copeland Theatre on Saturday, October 13, at 3 p.m. at The Shops of Willow Bend. Refreshments will be served at 3 p.m. with the dedication beginning at 3:30 p.m. Sean Copeland and son, Brodie, were [...]

Introducing UpSTARt!

NTPA Programs|

NTPA is thrilled to announce UpSTARt, a series of free monthly workshops that will soon replace our P.A.G.E. (Performing Arts Growth Essentials) classes. The purpose of the UpSTARt workshops is to educate new students and parents on the expectations for involvement in a major production at NTPA. Each two-hour workshop [...]

NTPA Announces Chief Executive Officer

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North Texas Performing Arts is proud to announce that effective October 1, Darrell Rodenbaugh will be assuming the role of Chief Executive Officer overseeing all functions of the largest not-for-profit youth theatre in the country. Darrell served as President of the NTPA Governing Board of Directors since 2010 and has [...]