Thu, Oct. 26th, 2006, 12:41 am
does anyone have info for Equus? Like when at where it is being performed? thanks
i just got a macbook and discovered i can connect to the TA file server from home. sweet :)
/just sharing for the sake of sharing...
so...how's everyone's summer? this community is sad these days :(
You may have heard about the production of The Vampire Slayer: Something to Sing About going up in the Barn Theatre this Friday and Saturday at 7:00. Well, we have four days to put up a full musical, and WE NEED YOUR HELP.
If anybody has the DVD of the musical episode: Season 6, Disc 2, we need it ASAP. We would only need it for tonight, and we would be forever grateful to you.
If you can help, please call us ASAP at (831) 459-4001. THANK YOU!
It occurred to me that while Chautauqua is awesome as is, there are several people that would love to partake in the awesomeness that is Chautauqua but don't really have the time to have three different jobs in Chautauqua and/or do, but can't really afford to take 20 credits for whatever academic reason (I am going to be one of those people this time next year). I'm not quite too sure how to suggest this or who to exactly suggest this to, but I think it might be cool to have next year's Chautauqua divided up into two different classes as far as the academic front end is concerned, a five-unit class (with presumably three jobs as usual) and a two credit class (with presumably one or two jobs). The two classes would meet in the same place, partake in the same shows, do the same midterm (though the two-credit class's midterm would be lessened accordingly) and post-mortem paper. They'd even go to the same cast parties. The only thing differing would be the amount of jobs and credits. Everything else would be the same.
That having been said: (A) What are your thoughts on such an idea? Does it make sense or is it complete lunacy? (B) How would I go about proposing this idea to the people that can potentially make this happen? Who are the people that can potentially make this happen? (C) Is this something I should even propose?
Gimme yer thoughts.
Buffy: The Musical
Directed by Timothy Jordan
Do you need something to sing about?
Then come audition for the BarnStorm production of Buffy: The Musical
When: Saturday, May 20 - 10:00am-3:00pm AND Sunday, May 21 from 10:00am-12:00pm
Where: Theater Arts C-100
Sign-ups for auditions are located on the BarnStorm callboard in lower A building.What to bring?
-30 Seconds of Song
-1 minute of movement
-1 minute of a modern monologue
For more information, email email@example.com
THE SIGN Premieres at THE BARN on
Saturday, May 20th at 8PM.
With a possible 10 PM showing that night.
Also, showing on
Sunday, May 21st at 8PM at The Barn.
Basically, this show is going to be loads of fun. And it's FREE.
Come and support Theater Arts and show your love for the 90's.
Do you have a five to ten minute short film that you put together with you friends last summer?
Maybe a project that you made for a film production class?
You have a lot of free time and want to make a film in a really short amount of time!
We WANT you to submit it to the Chautauqua FILM and theatre festival!!!!
Get that exposure you've always wanted!!! And you get to put it on your website, resume AND profile.
No need to enroll in the class or anything!
Just submit your film on DVD format to the Theatre Arts Stenopool (Located in the J academic building) and fill out a submission form!
COME ON!!! WE want your FILMS!
DEADLINE: This friday MAY 5, 2006.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions, comments or concerns...
Come join us at the Barn for some late night improv...COMEDY NIGHT: featuring S.A.D. (Someone Always Dies)
What: S.A.D. (Someone Always Dies)
Where: The Barn Theater (located @ the base of campus)
When: Friday, May 5 @ 10:00pm
Admission: FREE for ALL!
See you at The Barn...
BarnStorm Presents the first feature of its Spring Season:An Evening of Mamet: The Duck Variations and Sexual Perversity in Chicagoby David Mamet
Directed by James Sweet and Mandy Hixson
When: Thursday through Sunday, May 4-7 @ 7:00pm
(Special invite performance for Theater Arts Community only on Saturday, May 6 at 10:00pm).
Where: The Barn Theater
Price: $5.00 General Admission, $3.00 Students/Staff/Seniors, FREE for all UCSC Undergrads
Hope to see you all there!!
This is entirely too late to post this, but I'm a dumb idiot.....AUDITIONS THIS WEEKEND
A comedy about war, The Lion King, and jokes at the expense of small childen.
An experimental outside theater piece written and directed by me
, but under two entirely different names.
Where: Porter Fireside Lounge, April 22nd 6pm-9pm and April 23rd, 5pm-8pm
Be there or be somewhere else.
May God forgive me.