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Cal State Los Angeles Theatre Information and updates relative to the production area of Cal State LA's Theatre and Dance department.

Operating as usual

The University of Idaho is hosting the Green Room Chats: Native Playwriting Panel featuring @calstatela Professor Dr. Ca...
10/29/2020

The University of Idaho is hosting the Green Room Chats: Native Playwriting Panel featuring @calstatela Professor Dr. Carolyn M Dunn. To watch, please join Friday November 6th 6pm-7pm.

More info at uitheatre.com

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Coming up next! War of the Worlds Adapted by Ben Hernandez. Based on the novel by H.G. Wells.This production will be dir...
10/27/2020

Coming up next! War of the Worlds Adapted by Ben Hernandez. Based on the novel by H.G. Wells
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This production will be directed by Professor Stephen Rothman
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All performances are free.
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Direct link for tickets: https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/1033485
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Performance Schedule:
Saturday, November 14 @ 7pm
Sunday, November 15 @ 7pm
Wednesday, November 18 @ 7pm
Thursday, November 19 @ 7pm
Friday, November 20 @ 7pm
Saturday, November 21 @ 7pm
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10/27/2020

Calling all CSULA Actors!

Directors from The Principles of Directing TA 4450 class are looking for actors and actresses for their final project scenes and will be holding auditions on November 2nd 2020 from 2:45-5:00pm. Please come prepared with a 2 to 3 minute monologue to your audition, sign up for a time slot by following this link: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1bsnNVOYrQhRtPUlROVSV62q4f0ILAL-sT5yR7n_Ye14/edit?usp=sharing

The Zoom link for the audition: https://calstatela.zoom.us/j/93475031259

Break a leg!

Join the ELAC theatre faculty next week! Monday 10/28 @ 7pm! Link is on the flyer! ..#csula #csulatad #calstatela #losan...
10/22/2020

Join the ELAC theatre faculty next week! Monday 10/28 @ 7pm! Link is on the flyer!
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@csula_universitytimes did an article about our current productionThe Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. To ...
10/21/2020

@csula_universitytimes did an article about our current production
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. To read it check it out on their site!

https://csulauniversitytimes.com/the-show-must-go-on-cal-state-las-department-of-theatre-and-dance-moves-plays-to-virtual/
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October 16, 17, 21 and 22 @ 7pm
October 18 @ 3pm
All performances are FREE!
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For tickets and Streaming link: https://www.showtix4u.com/events/CSULATAD
questions and more info, email: [email protected]
and check out www.calstatela.edu/theatredance

Tonight is Opening Night!! Who's going to be watching with us?! Tickets are free! If you haven't gotten yours yet, check...
10/16/2020

Tonight is Opening Night!! Who's going to be watching with us?! Tickets are free! If you haven't gotten yours yet, check out the theatre and dance website or go to the link listed below!
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5 performances will be streamed live!
October 16, 17, 21 and 22 @ 7pm
October 18 @ 3pm
All performances are FREE!
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For tickets and Streaming link: https://www.showtix4u.com/events/CSULATAD
questions and more info, email: [email protected]
and check out www.calstatela.edu/theatredance
#csula #csulatad #calstatela #theatreanddance #losangeles

Congratulations to faculty member,  Francesca Jandasek whose film  SHADOW won "Best Experimental Film Short" in the Lady...
10/10/2020

Congratulations to faculty member, Francesca Jandasek whose film SHADOW won "Best Experimental Film Short" in the Lady Filmmakers Film Festival!
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If you would like to view this film, you can view it through the Lady Filmmakers Film Festival now through OCT. 11th!
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For more information you can visit https://www.francescajandasek.com/shadow
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Join us for our first live-streamed performance of the Fall!Cal State LA’s Department of Theatre and Dance presentsThe C...
09/29/2020

Join us for our first live-streamed performance of the Fall!

Cal State LA’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
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A play by Simon Stephens
Based on the novel by Mark Haddon
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5 performances will be streamed live!
October 16, 17, 21 and 22 @ 7pm
October 18 @ 3pm
All performances are FREE!
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For tickets and Streaming link: https://www.showtix4u.com/events/CSULATAD
questions and more info, email: [email protected]
and check out www.calstatela.edu/theatredance

Cal State LA students and alumni are invited to join us for Virtual Career Week from September 28  to October 2.  .The h...
09/23/2020

Cal State LA students and alumni are invited to join us for Virtual Career Week from September 28 to October 2.
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The highlight event is the Virtual Career Fair on October 1 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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Students and Alumni may register on the Virtual Career Fair event page which will give them the opportunity to meet with employers such as Oracle, UPS, Entertainment Partners, Takeda Pharmaceuticals, City of LA Bureau of Engineering, Teach for America, FBI, Armanino LLP and many more.
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Just a reminder that the virtual office is still open!
09/20/2020

Just a reminder that the virtual office is still open!

Produced by Company of Angels and current Cal State LA MFA student Rob Lecrone,in co-production with Os Satyros (Brazil)...
09/02/2020
The Art of Facing Fear

Produced by Company of Angels and current Cal State LA MFA student Rob Lecrone,
in co-production with Os Satyros (Brazil) and Darling Desperados (Sweden)
THE ART OF FACING FEAR
An Internationally-Produced LIVE virtual play

The cast of sixteen actors includes the following Cal State LA alumni: Terrence Robinson, Jessica Berón, Bryan Ha, as well as Rob Lecrone and Mia Hjelte. Along with the Cal State LA and other California actors, cast members are also performing from New York, Oregon, Nevada, Georgia, and Alaska.

Showtimes: Saturdays 5pm Pacific and Sundays 3pm Pacific, September 5-27
Suggested $15 ticket price or choose between discounted tickets ($2, $5, $10) or tickets at additional donation levels, advance ticket required, limited availability at each price level.
Box office (sales close an hour before the show): http://www.companyofangels.org/aoff
Zoom link for each performance will be emailed a half hour before the show.
Website: http://www.companyofangels.org/aoff
For more information, press interviews, photos or for press comps, please contact [email protected].

Inspired by Marvin Gaye’s hit song, this virtual festival features 5-Minute Plays set during the latest uprising in Los Angeles and the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. What happens when you add civil unrest to a pandemic, racism to a quarantine, or a mask to social media?

2020 Fall Theatre Auditions! Friday 8/21 1-430pm, Saturday 8/22 1-4pm, or Monday 6-9pm⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀The Department of Theatre...
08/19/2020

2020 Fall Theatre Auditions!
Friday 8/21 1-430pm, Saturday 8/22 1-4pm, or Monday 6-9pm
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The Department of Theatre and Dance will hold General Auditions for our Fall 2020 productions, workshops, and MFA projects
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Everyone is welcome to audition and participate. All majors, all cohorts and classes!
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Visit the department website and scroll down to AUDITIONS for info about the shows, schedules and casting info.
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SIGN UP AT: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0548A5AC29A7FA7-fall2
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Calling all Cal State LA Students – Create a Video to Get the Vote Out!PRIZES*:FIRST PLACE: $250SECOND PLACE: $150THIRD ...
07/24/2020

Calling all Cal State LA Students – Create a Video to Get the Vote Out!
PRIZES*:

FIRST PLACE: $250

SECOND PLACE: $150

THIRD PLACE: $100

Plus, all winning videos will receive attributed media distribution.
*Please note that award money may be deducted from financial aid packages.

VIDEOS MUST BE SUBMITTED BY 6 PM THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2020
http://www.calstatela.edu/al/american-communities-program/get-vote-out-video-contest-0

THE CONTEST

The American Communities Program at Cal State LA has launched a contest open to current Cal State LA students to encourage people to vote in the November 2020 election. The videos can be submitted by an individual student or as part of a group. Please use the guidelines below to come up with a concept and then write and record a 30-second to 2-minute video.

THE TASK

Create and submit a video that in some way expresses the importance of voting in November. Explain why voting matters in a short (30 seconds to 2 minutes) video, designed for a platform such as YouTube, that uses entertainment, emotion, creativity, and/or humor. Videos that endorse a specific political party or candidate will not be accepted. However, videos may address specific issues relevant to you and our campus community. Videos that target groups that historically vote in lower numbers are especially encouraged. (On groups with lower voting rates, see these resources: link and link). Videos that explain California’s new system of same-day voter registration are also welcome (link here).

Entries will be judged based on creativity, quality, originality, responsiveness to the task, and overall impact.


THE REQUIREMENTS

Videos must:

Be 30 seconds to 2 minutes in length;
Be in a compatible YouTube format with the proper codecs: WebM files, MPEG4, 3GPP, MOV, AVI, MPEGPS, WMV, FLV with suggested aspect of 16:9;
Contain no misleading or false information.

THE RULES

To be eligible, entrants certify that they are the sole creators and copyright owners of the submitted video or have obtained all copyrights to the video. All entrants must be current Cal State LA students.

For all videos created, please only record people who have agreed to be filmed an

DRIVE THRU FOOD DISTRIBUTIONStudents, faculty, staff, alumni, and members of the community are invited to a Drive-Thru F...
06/24/2020

DRIVE THRU FOOD DISTRIBUTION

Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and members of the community are invited to a Drive-Thru Food Distribution at Cal State LA on Thursday, June 25.

The free distribution will be in Parking Lot 5 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. while supplies last. Baby items will also be distributed, including diapers and wipes. Face coverings are required.

If you enter campus from the south at the Welcome Center at 6121 Paseo Rancho Castilla (PRC), you will be directed along PRC directly to Lot 5. If you enter campus from the north you will be directed along an alternate route from PRC to Circle Drive, Campus Road, and back to PRC.

Find more information and a campus map on the Drive-Thru Food Distribution website.

This event is sponsored by Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda L. Solis, the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, the Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation, the Los Angeles County Library, Baby2Baby, Cal State LA and the Center for Engagement, Service, and the Public Good, and Associated Students, Inc. at Cal State LA.

The Department of Theatre and Dance at California State University, Los Angeles mourns the recent murders of George Floy...
06/02/2020

The Department of Theatre and Dance at California State University, Los Angeles mourns the recent murders of George Floyd and of Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor. We recognize the ongoing systemic racism that has compounded this pain and trauma for our Black students, faculty and staff. We also grieve the disproportionate deaths within the Black community and other communities of color due to the COVID-19 pandemic and unequal access to healthcare and economic resources.

We are proud of our uniquely diverse student body and their extensive community involvement. As artists, it is our profound honor and responsibility to create performances that tell stories that have been marginalized for far too long. Yet, we recognize that there is still much work to be done towards equal representation onstage and in our everyday lives.

Therefore, we stand in solidarity with peaceful protesters working to dismantle racism in all its forms, both locally and throughout the world.

Huge congratulations to the Class of 2020!Jiayuan Zhang, BA in Theatre, Performance Option⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀“Dance like nobody’s ...
05/26/2020

Huge congratulations to the Class of 2020!
Jiayuan Zhang, BA in Theatre, Performance Option
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“Dance like nobody’s watching, because they are not, they are all checking their phones.”
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Huge congratulations to the Class of 2020!Emmanuelle Love, BA in Theatre, Performance Option⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Emmanuelle’s work a...
05/26/2020

Huge congratulations to the Class of 2020!
Emmanuelle Love, BA in Theatre, Performance Option
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Emmanuelle’s work as an actor has been seen on Cal State LA stages in Hamlet, the Musical Theatre Workshop, and Sweeney Todd. She was the brilliant stage manager behind the Music Department’s opera production of Lucinda y las Flores de la Nochebuena.
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Please join us in Congratulating the Class of 2020!The MFA in Television, Film and Theatre wishes to congratulate SAHIB ...
05/24/2020

Please join us in Congratulating the Class of 2020!
The MFA in Television, Film and Theatre wishes to congratulate SAHIB SINGH, Writing Option.
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Sahib’s culminating project “The Ickies,” an animated half-hour television pilot script, attempts to fill the void in educational, animated programming for children as it relates to waste pollution. By exposing young minds to our deleterious waste practices, “The Ickies” can introduce a grassroots understanding of waste pollution while simultaneously highlighting a societal concern that ultimately catalyzes action.
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#CalStateLAGrad #CalStateLAAL2020 #CalStateLATheatre #CalstatelaTVFT #csulatad

Huge congratulations to the Class of 2020!Ashley Robles, BA in Theatre, Performance Option⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Ashley was recently s...
05/24/2020

Huge congratulations to the Class of 2020!
Ashley Robles, BA in Theatre, Performance Option
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Ashley was recently seen on Cal State LA stages in Sudden Death View Points and Dreaming of Our Future.
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“My favorite memory is meeting all the wonderful friends I have! Also having amazing talks in the green room!”
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#CalStateLAGrad #CalStateLAAL2020 #CalStateLATheatre #CalstatelaTVFT #csulatad

Huge congratulations to the Class of 2020!Alexia Baca-Mata, Double Major - BA in Theatre Arts and Dance, Performance Opt...
05/24/2020

Huge congratulations to the Class of 2020!
Alexia Baca-Mata, Double Major - BA in Theatre Arts and Dance, Performance Option, BA in Communication Studies, Option in Advertising and Public Relations
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On and Off the stage, Alexi was a part of so many productions at Cal State LA, including: Hydrogen Jukebox (costume designer assistant/running crew), Spring Dance Concert (costume designer assistant/running crew), Holy Seductive Dance (assistant stage manager), Dreamers Without Borders (ensemble), Angels of America (painter), Funnyhouse of a Negro (painter and carpenter), Dreaming of Our Future (ensemble)
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My favorite memories in CSULA's TAD program is working alongside my peers, who I hope to be my future colleagues as well. Also, having the fortunate opportunity to perform for KCACTF and representing CSULA's TAD program.
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#CalStateLAGrad #CalStateLAAL2020 #CalStateLATheatre #CalstatelaTVFT #csulatad

Huge congratulations to the Class of 2020!Alonzo Bocanegra, BA in Theatre, Performance Option⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Alonzo spent time ...
05/24/2020

Huge congratulations to the Class of 2020!
Alonzo Bocanegra, BA in Theatre, Performance Option
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Alonzo spent time both on stage and off in many shows at Cal State LA. His favorites include: Latina, Candide, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Die Fledermaus, Holy Seductive Dance, Fuente Ovejuna, Hamlet, John Lion New Plays Festival, Dear John Why Yoko?, the Musical Theatre Workshop, She Kills Monsters, The Unseen hand, and Sweeney Todd. He worked on 2 special events: the Dedication for James Rosser Hall, and the dedication for the School of Nursing. Alonzo spent the Fall of 2019 studying abroad at the University of Surrey- Guildford School of Acting.
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“My favorite memory is when my group of friends and I were in scene shop having fun and cleaning the shop. In addition, late night dinners after strike with friends and cast mates 💕”
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Huge congratulations to the Class of 2020!Aimee Serrano, BA in Theatre, Performance Option⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Aimee was assistant s...
05/23/2020

Huge congratulations to the Class of 2020!
Aimee Serrano, BA in Theatre, Performance Option
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Aimee was assistant stage manager for both She Kills Monsters and Sweeney Todd.
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"Even if I fall and hurt myself I endlessly run toward my dream" - BTS
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#CalStateLAGrad #CalStateLAAL2020 #CalStateLATheatre #CalstatelaTVFT #csulatad

Huge congratulations to the Class of 2020!Brenda Robles, BA in Theatre, Performance Option⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Brenda has worked on ...
05/23/2020

Huge congratulations to the Class of 2020!
Brenda Robles, BA in Theatre, Performance Option
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Brenda has worked on Cal State LA stages both on and off: Candide (Ensemble), Antigone (Chorus), Fuente Ovejuna (Prop Master)
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#CalStateLAGrad #CalStateLAAL2020 #CalStateLATheatre #CalstatelaTVFT #csulatad

Huge congratulations to the Class of 2020!Joseph Michael Caldera, BA in Theatre, Performance Option, Creative Writing Mi...
05/23/2020

Huge congratulations to the Class of 2020!
Joseph Michael Caldera, BA in Theatre, Performance Option, Creative Writing Minor
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Joseph played a big role, on and off the stage while at Cal State LA, including: Latina- Carpentry Crew and Running Crew, Candide- Fly rail and Prop Crew, Love’s Labors Lost- Light Crew, Holy Seductive Dance- Running Crew, Strange Loops- Cast, and Sweeney Todd- Ensemble
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My favorite moments have been the countless days I've spent laughing and singing in the green room with the life-long friends I've made.
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#CalStateLAGrad #CalStateLAAL2020 #CalStateLATheatre #CalstatelaTVFT #csulatad

Huge congratulations to the Class of 2020!Ericka Taylor, BA in Theatre, Performance Option⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Ericka was an Assista...
05/22/2020

Huge congratulations to the Class of 2020!
Ericka Taylor, BA in Theatre, Performance Option
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Ericka was an Assistant Stage Manager for Funnyhouse fo a Negro, as well as a huge part of the scene shop crew for this past year.
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Building in the shop with Dan is my favorite memory!
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#CalStateLAGrad #CalStateLAAL2020 #CalStateLATheatre #CalstatelaTVFT #csulatad

Huge congratulations to the Class of 2020!Martha Alcala, BA in Theatre, Performance Option. Minor in Biology⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀A f...
05/22/2020

Huge congratulations to the Class of 2020!
Martha Alcala, BA in Theatre, Performance Option. Minor in Biology
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A favorite memory: Joining Professors Hae's dance company in my 1st year. I’m very thankful for having the opportunity to work and learn with her as I grew over my 5 years at CSULA.
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#CalStateLAGrad #CalStateLAAL2020 #CalStateLATheatre #CalstatelaTVFT #csulatad

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Students, faculty and staff invited to this CFA Emergency Town Hall Meeting regarding Post-Election Contingency Plans. Weds Nov 4 - two options: 10 am or 3 pm. RSVP for invite. https://www.facebook.com/events/736391027088635
SEEKING THEATER COMPANIES that are in need, but may not be able to afford, a permanent space / stage to call home. For a new group establishing a new theater is extremely hard. You have to find a space, pay first and last rent, build it up and deal with a slew of other costs and problems that could put it out of business before the first rehearsal. It’s almost impossible. We are looking for a few theater companies that would like to have a home base where they can begin to grow and not have to have their audience track them down for every production. We’re looking for a few groups to share our two performance spaces for their shows, classes, and workshops. A few groups that can be more concerned with the quality of performance rather than worry about ways to come up with rent. If you are part of such a group, please send info to [email protected] and we can set up an interview.
Student Rush tonight only. $20/valid Student ID at Box Office for #DisasterTheMusical #premiere at #GemTheatre #GardenGrove It's the first time to show since it closed on #Broadway. It's #amazing #hilarious and packed with #70ssongs #disasterfilms all rolled into one. #dontmissit #buyyourticketsnow #onemoreproductions #lastweekend #only3moreshows https://www.facebook.com/events/625189907898131/ Last weekend to see this #awesome #musical. Ends on March 24.
Come to our auditions!
Center Theatre Group is soliciting letters of interest from individuals who would like to serve as a Teaching Artist in CTG’s new pilot program: Disney Musicals in Schools. Disney Musicals in Schools develops sustainable theatre programs in under-resourced elementary schools. Over the course of a semester, selected schools participate in a 17-week musical theatre residency, led by a team of teaching artists trained by Center Theatre Group and Disney Theatrical Productions. The program features a professional development focus, through which participating school teachers partner with Center Theatre Group teaching artists to learn how to produce, direct, choreograph and music direct, culminating in their first 30-minute Disney KIDS musical at their school. As a capstone to the experience, Center Theatre Group will host a Student Share Celebration in which each school performs one number from their show on the Mark Taper Forum stage for an audience of students, teachers, family and community members. Center Theatre Group is Los Angeles’ preeminent non-profit theatre company. On our three stages — the Ahmanson Theatre, the Mark Taper Forum and the Kirk Douglas Theatre — we present the highest quality and broadest range of theatre: groundbreaking new works, explosive productions of the classics, and hit Broadway plays and musicals. Center Theatre Group’s mission is to serve the diverse audiences of Los Angeles by producing and presenting theatre of the highest caliber, by nurturing new artists, by attracting new audiences, and by developing youth outreach and education programs. This mission is based on the belief that the art of theatre is a cultural force with the capacity to transform the lives of individuals and society at large. Qualifications Demonstrate skills and professional experience in musical theatre, including: directing, music direction, choreography, performance, and/or stage management. Hold a BA, BS, or BFA in Theatre, Education, Educational Theatre, Applied Theatre or related field, or have equivalent experience. Have experience working as a Teaching Artist or classroom teacher. Have experience working with teacher professional development. Have experience working with diverse populations and ages. Have experience working on a play or musical with children. Demonstrate strong classroom management skills. Have excellent collaborative skills and thrive in a group work setting. Possess strong time-management skills; be punctual and reliable. Demonstrate respect for all students, teachers, and administrators participating in the program, and offer a superior level of professionalism, customer service, and positivity. Program Timeline Training: November 28-30, 2017, 9:30am-5:30pm; December 1, 2017, 11am-4pm Orientation: December 1, 2017: 4-7pm School Residency: January-May, 2018 Student Share: May 31, 2018 or June 1, 2018 How to Apply To be considered for this program, please submit a two-page letter of interest and professional resume (not acting resume) to Traci Kwon via email: [email protected]. The letter of interest should include your personal philosophy and approach to teaching and a description of specific skills, knowledge and/or prior experience you feel would be an asset to this work and Center Theatre Group. Letters of Interest must be received by Friday, September 21, 2017.
Hi everyone! ISO: Volunteers for interview for documentary. Looking for people (18 y.o. and up) that have divorced parents. Planning to shoot on campus the week of Nov 6th. Please email me at [email protected] if interested. Thanks! erasingfamily.org
2Cents is currently looking for a director for our exciting upcoming production to kick off our 6th season. The play is the beautiful Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons, and this will be it's US premiere. The piece was a massive award winning hit at the Edinburgh Fringe and we are so excited to bring it to the Hudson Theatres for a full run! We will open top of January and run through mid-February. We will cast the thing later this month and rehearsals will start in early November. Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons is a Constellations-esque two hander in an alternate reality where the words a person can speak in a day are limited. During the play, which jumps around in time, we experience a vote where a new law is passed, decreasing that limit to 140 words per day and we watch as a couple spends their final hours before the limit changes. An exploration of free speech, change in society, controversy in policy, and of course relationships. It's beautiful and poignant and at times extremely heartfelt and funny. We will be meeting interested directors to discuss their ideas for the piece this weekend, if interested please email your resume to [email protected] and if we feel you could be a good fit for the piece we will set up a time to meet. "The average person will speak 123,205,750 words in a lifetime. But what if there were a limit? Oliver and Bernadette are about to find out. This two-person show imagines a world where we’re forced to say less. It’s about what we say and how we say it, about the things we can only hear in the silence, about dead cats, activism, eye contact and lemons, lemons, lemons, lemons, lemons. ‘About as promising as debuts get’ (Time Out)." -- Kristen Boulé Artistic Director 2Cents Theatre Group www.2centstheatre.com www.facebook.com/2centstheatre @2centstheatregroup (instagram) @2centstheatre (twitter)
thanks for the invite!
FROM: Steve Rothman Undergraduate Majors and MFA Students, I have been given 20 tickets for this Sunday's (September 17) event at the Pasadena Playhouse to distribute to CSULA Theatre and Dance Majors as well as to interested MFA students. The evening is a celebration of the 20 Year artistic work of Sheldon Epps the former Artistic Director of the Pasadena Playhouse. Hosting the event is actor/comedian Wayne Brady. The evening includes musical numbers from many of the shows that have played at the Playhouse over the years with the original cast members. While tickets are going from $100-$500 dollars these 20 tickets are free. The event begins promptly at 6:00 PM so I would expect all of you who attend to meet up with me there at 5:30. The only catch is that since this is a gala event with lots of special guest celebrities you will need to come in "evening attire." So even "Professor Dude" himself will be dressed up. I will take the first 20 people who email me at [email protected] saying they want to be part of this event on Sunday night. Only say "yes" if you are 100% sure you can attend.
Catch a free show this weekend!