In theatre, the “fourth wall” is the invisible wall that separates the actors from the audience. It is considered bad form for an actor to break the fourth wall and speak directly to the audience. The theatre cats here at The Starborn Revue, on the other hand, are happy to break the fourth wall, and demystify things about theatre for you. They’ll be letting you in on all kinds of theatre lore, traditions and superstitions in their posts. As posts are added, links will appear under the appropriate heading in the drop down menu.
Writing as Elizabeth Starborn, I'm a pre-published writer of middle grade novels, many with a theatre or music theme.
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LADY, THEATRE CAT
Lady, always dressed in her finest fur, prowls the theatre from backstage to the front of the house and teaches theatre kittens all they need to know.
SIR, THEATRE CAT
Sir, in his immaculate tuxedo, greets visitors to the theatre, and assists Lady in theatrical coaching of theatre kittens.