Russian Creative association "The Nest" presented Japanese medieval comedy - Kyogen
HANDOUT HAVE NOT GIVEN - first Kyogen performance in Russia
The LJive Theatre Award 2010 as "Innovation"
It is history of insincere religiousness of two greedy people, the Buddhist monk and the rich parishioner
Konstantin Kartashov as monk
Yevgeny Yelsukov as parishioner
director Alexander Gnezdilov
operator and editor Andrey Babayev
I Might just be the only one reading this--which makes my posting here absolutely redundant; since I'm the one who already knows this shit, it's sorta like standing over the grates outside of mainstage and reading the production posters aloud. Oh well!
Just in case:
This upcoming weekend, the...4th-7th of March, Ashkahn Jahromi's directing debut, The Lonesome West, by Martin McDonagh, is playing at the Barn...8 pm each night, as per usual. The cast features Guy Zachary Gardner, Noah Averbach-Katz, Jeremy Helgeson and Emily Krakowsky.
Laziness sets in...Casey Hackmeyer, our Student Production Liason (the position formerly known as CUIP) is amazing and has created THIS: http://www.google.com/calendar/embed?src=studenttaucsc%40gmail.com&ctz=America/Los_Angeles
So, if any alumnaieiae are every stopping through town, you can check on there and see if any shows are playing that weekend.
What else is new...Chautauqua plays got accepted, but not announced...I'd have to walk to the steno pool and copy down all the titles for you, and I'm not going to do that. Uh...Stop the Press! is going on in the eXspace now, too, and it's neat...it's a colloboration with Digital Arts and New Media, and it kinda WORKS (unlike a little show I like to call Subject BORING'S Confession, from 2 year's ago).
Shakes to Go this year is Love's Labor's Lost, directed by Danny Scheie, who's also undertaking Hair next quarter, while Jocelyn Schratter directs Mary Zimmerman's The Oddessy and Chautauqua flails on in the background...
Cast lists (and therefore, show titles) for Fall '09 are herehttp://sites.google.com/site/ucsctheater0910/
Sorry this is so businesslike; I'm actually directing the Animals of Omaha so I've been a little busy. I'll take a moment when I get one to write a more, what, luxurious? detailing of what's going on in the department.
Also, HFV, SAD, and SheBam are still going strong. In case, y'know, you like laughing.
I happily stumbled upon this community via a google-search-gone-wrong. I'm a current senior in the department, and might be able to help bring things up to speed...
This is sort of a weird question. I'm in the middle of getting my applications ready for grad school, and some of them require an online letter of recommendation. I've since forgotten Patty Gallagher and Greg Fritsch's office phone numbers, and was looking on the site to find nothing. Is there anywhere I am not looking?
Back in my day this community was full of life. Where is everyone?
Surely UCSC is still putting on shows and such...
Mon, Jul. 7th, 2008, 04:01 pm
So, what theater is going on at UCSC these days?
I no longer go to UCSC and haven't for 3 years. Are there any current UCSC theater majors who would like to take over maintaining this community?
QAC The Spotlight Stealerz 7pm, The Attic, 931 Pacific Ave, SC.
An LA-based theatre/ comedy troupe bring the superpowers of intersecting identities (Xicana, Tamil-Sri Lankan, Filipina, lesbian, queer, stud, immigrant, mixed race) to a show-stopping, spotlight-stealing, laugh right into revolution performance. FREE for UCSC Students; Sliding scale 5-10$. Info: 831.459.2468 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other events of interest concerning the Spotlight Stealerz:Student Discussion w/ Spotlight Stealerz Meet the show-stopping trio in person!
12:30-2pm, Ethnic Resource Center Lounge Theater and Resistance Workshop w/ Spotlight Stealerz Queer People Of Color taking the stage!
11am-1pm, College 9/10 Namaste Lounge
This workshop is intended for UCSC student artists and non-artists alike. The Spotlight Stealerz are invested in providing a safe environment for all participants to let go of inhibitions and work and play with one another. Through fun movement, writing and performing exercises, the Spotlight Stealerz love to show our people "tricks" in creatively expressing the issues/stories that are most important to you. RSVP for your slot now. Cantú Queer Center, 831-459-2468=====Sponsors are Lionel Cantú GLBTI Resource Center, The Attic, The Queer and Questioning People of Color Workgroup, The Research Cluster for the Study of Women of Color in Collaboration and Conflict, The Women's Center, CARE Council, Queer Geeks, and the Queer Latina Network. Department Sponsors are American Studies, Art, Astronomy and Astrophysics, Environmental studies, Feminist Studies, History of Art and Visual Culture, History of Consciousness, and Sociology. University of California Santa Cruz College sponsors are 9/10, Cowell, Kresge, Merrill, Oakes, Porter, and Stevenson Colleges; as well as Institute for Humanities and Research, Division of Graduate Studies, UCSC Alliance for Graduate Education in the Professoriate, and the School of Engineering.