Armed with his banjo, tinwhistle, poetry, stagecraft and his magnificent baritone voice, Tommy has been mesmerising audiences for more than forty years.
Scientific presentations, whether for a gathering of colleagues or a general audience, benefit from techniques of stagecraft and rhetoric.
We Westerners love confronting the inadequacy of our rationalism and Amagatu capitalises on that, giving us also polished performances and exquisite stagecraft to hold our attention when our metaphysical appreciation wanes.
His simple stagecraft makes you shiver with sheer pleasure at what theatre can do without resort to special effects.
In the three offerings this reviewer took in, there was ample variety and stagecraft to hold one's attention, even when the musical interest was less than compelling.
The film and comedy components are much more assured than the theatre, which has some pretty clumsy stagecraft , and which too frequently appears to be just a convenient vehicle for the gags.
Sturtevant's skill at stagecraft has never been so clear as in this recent work, where, as she puts it, the weight of meaning is no longer in what is concealed, but is carried on the surface.
Enormously popular, her vitality and stagecraft were underpinned by intelligence, yet all her successes, except in Shakespeare, were in sentimental melodrama.
All that was encompassed in the productions demanded the highest levels of staging and stagecraft .
Crazy's uninhibited style of theatrical stagecraft was in evidence even then: he started his Savannah turn by emerging from a big dustbin.