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A Week in the Life of an Artistic Director by Kristen Coury

Last year, for “Coury’s Corner” I wrote an article that chronicled “A Day in the Life” which some patrons found interesting. This time around, I choose to focus on “A Week in the Life of an Artistic Director”…this week. A week ago today, we had our Preview Performance of I AM MY OWN WIFE. Following...


Stuff I’ve Learned by Kraig Swartz

Well, gosh, what a whirlwind! 37 characters, 3 weeks of rehearsal, and 1 actor. Me. So far, this has been an exciting, exhilarating, and exhausting process. But one that’s been intensely rewarding. I have learned a huge amount during the past four weeks at Gulfshore Playhouse. In addition to learning German (well, not the whole...


Join Us as Our Spectacular 7th Season Continues!

Happy New Year! We here at Gulfshore Playhouse hope you had a wonderful holiday season!   2012 was a busy year for us, and we are looking forward to our upcoming spring season!  With the remaining four plays of our season being presented from mid January to late April, we are very excited to continue...


AND A ONE AND A TWO by Brigitte Viellieu-Davis

Brigitte Viellieu-Davis plays Veronica in God of Carnage. As the last blogger from Reza in Rep, it was suggested that I write about the run, specifically doing one show as opposed to two—what was that like?  Well, I’ll start off by saying that I’m writing this from my family’s beach home, which is in Redington...


“Rep-Tide” by Scott Greer

Scott Greer is playing Yvan in ‘Art’ and Michael in ‘God of Carnage’. A rip tide, according to, is “a tide that opposes another or other tides, causing a violent disturbance in the sea”.  While acting in two plays by the same author at the same time may not quite fit the “opposing tides”...