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It’s been quite the week… no time for a proper post myself, but my last several days’ experience are already written up on the VCU blog: http://theatrevcubackstagepass.blogspot.com/2013/07/david-leong-take-theatre-vcu-grad.html   Loving everyone at Arena Stage!  

Year-end Wrap Up

It’s been a heck of a year, which at least partly explains the dearth of updates this last Fall. Here’s a bit of a link-tastic 2011 wrap up in reverse: I just met with outgoing Artistic Director of Richmond Shakespeare Grant Mudge about doing fights for their upcoming production of Macbeth. Should be a great […]

Directing Project share

Another video share for this week: This was a devised short for the Freshman Discovery Project at VCU. There were 11 scenes, all directed by graduate students in a graduate directing class, and with all Freshman in the theatre program required to perform in one of these before they can do other projects on or […]

Summer Status Update

Apologies for the relative lack of activity on the blog front lately. It’s been a busy couple weeks, teaching Public Speaking at VCU in the mornings then rushing over to a local high school to teach stage combat in the afternoon to their Junior and Senior theatre classes. Sounds like I may well be seeing […]

Up and Coming

Things have been getting busy (when were they not?), but some of it’s worth sharing here: Troy Women A grad student production at VCU- I’ll be helping out briefly with some fight stuff for them this weekend. Work hasn’t yet started on The Bluest Eye (next mainstage show I’m doing), and while the run of […]

Easing back into the saddle

My academic career here at VCU has now officially begun, as has my extracurricular duties.  The first mainstage show of the year, Dead Man’s Cellphone, will include fight choreography by yours truly, and I’ll be fight captain for the second mainstage show, Les Liaisons Dangereuse. Been ages since I did smallsword- haven’t ever used it […]