Cheryl King, early 2000’s, in black and white student films
Last of a Kind
A short film by Amanda Raine, starring Cheryl King
A short film by Murray Todd Williams, starring Hans Hoffman and Cheryl King
Cheryl’s blog “Page to Stage” addresses every aspect of getting a show from initial idea to full production.
Cheryl contributed an article to Backstage.com on solo shows – All Alone.
“After 13 years on the road doing standup comedy to drunken audiences, I decided to move to New York to create my own solo show. A good idea, except I had yet to learn an essential fact: Solo theater is not standup comedy. Solo theater is acting. You take the emotional journey—as every character in the play. If your play is autobiographical (and first solo shows often are), then one of the characters is you.” Read more.
Cheryl contributed an article on Body Language and Burlesque, her innovative body language workshop, to SelfGrowth.com.
“How does someone set himself or herself up to be a teacher of sensuality? You certainly don’t wake up one morning and say, “I think I will teach a sensuality class.” As my dear friend and mentor, Gary Austin, says, “You don’t decide to become a teacher. It is when someone asks you to teach them that you become a teacher.” And that is what happened to me.” Read more
Cheryl contributed two pages to the second edition of Glenn Alterman’s book
“Creating Your Own Monologue.”
The material, “another way to approach autobiographical material” is on pages 33 and 34. For more information on Glenn and his book, visit www.glennalterman.com
Cheryl and her work as artistic director of the NY Solo Play Lab are featured in ACT New York 2005, by Larry Silverberg.
Featured in an article in the New York Times, for her venue in Midtown Manhattan.
Cheryl served as an expert consultant for Women’s Wear Daily magazine on the topic of Body Language.
Essay on Solo shows in “Soul of the American Actor”