Thursday, May 25, 2017

Summer with The Comedy Playhouse!

 

From: thecomedyplayhouse@gmail.com
Sent: Thursday, May 25, 2017 3:05 PM
Subject: Summer with The Comedy Playhouse!

 

The Comedy Playhouse

 

Come for the fun of it!!

 

 

School's out, summer's here... and The Comedy Playhouse is the place to be!  We've got an exciting summer season coming your way.  Let's check out the calendar: 

NOW PLAYING
Sweetwater Cemetery-- written by Pere Summers
The spirits of Sweetwater Cemetery go head-to-head with a pesky psychic when she accidentally casts a spell that vanishes their mayor. 
Sweetwater runs this weekend and next weekend, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30, and Sunday at 3:00.


COMING SOON
Radio Theater Revival Project-- RTRP is back!  We're bringing three new radio theater scripts to you-- "The Puppy" (another episode of The Bickersons), "If Women Take The Place of Men", and "Father Knows Best".  Treat Dad to some classic radio theater!  
This show will run June 9-11 and June 16-18, Friday and Saturday at 7:30, and Sunday at 3:00.  Ticket prices are $12 for adults and $10 for seniors, students, and military personnel.  

It Pays To Advertise-- written by Roi Cooper Megrue and Walter Hackett
It Pays to Advertise is the farcical tale of the idle son of a rich soap manufacturer starting his own business to compete against his father.  This show opens on June 23 and runs through July 16! 

 

 

The Comedy Playhouse

3620 N. 1st Ave

Tucson, Az 85719



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The Bennett TheatreLab & Conservatory SUMMER SHOWCASE 2017

 

 

From: Philip G. Bennett [mailto:philipgbennett@yahoo.com]
Sent: Thursday, May 25, 2017 2:21 PM
Subject:

 

 

 

 

The Bennett TheatreLab & Conservatory

 

SUMMER SHOWCASE 2017

 

Classic and contemporary scenes by American Masters and Shakespeare

 

Artistic Director, Philip G. Bennett

 

Friday, June 9

Saturday, June 10

 

CURTAIN; 7:30

DOORS OPEN AT 7:00

 

THE HISTORIC Y - 738 N. 5th AV. TUCSON, AZ. 85705


Suggested Donation 10.00

(No one will be turned away for lack of funds.)

 

Information and reservations: www.BennettTheatreLab.com - 520-468-1664

 

Please Note:  Seating is Limited.  Late arrivals may have to wait until intermission.

 

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AUDITIONS for The Gaslight Music Hall on SUNDAY!

 

From: Heather.Gaslight@gmail.com
Sent: Thursday, May 25, 2017 12:01 PM
Subject: AUDITIONS for The Gaslight Music Hall on SUNDAY!

 

 

 

Upcoming Auditions for The Gaslight Music Hall!

THIS SUNDAY, May 28, 2-5PM
*By appointment only

 

 

 

 

***PLEASE SHARE AND POST***

 

The Gaslight Music Hall in Oro Valley is holding auditions for their upcoming summer show "THE GILLIGAN'S ISLAND REVUE" and for the rest of their 2017 season (including Christmas show). We are seeking strong actor/singers with huge personalities AND Musicians that consider themselves "showmen (women)", specifically searching for those musicians that can handle playing a character on stage as well as have great stage presence (must be over the age of 18). THIS IS A PAID AND CONTRACTED GIG.  Please have a 2-5 minute auditions prepared. This may include a song (if singing please have sheet music in correct key), monologue, dance or whatever you feel would best display your skills for the Gaslight brand within the time frame. An accompanist will be provided along with the use of our piano, house drum kit, and amp. Auditions will take place Sunday, May 28th from 2-5pm and are by appointment only. Please email Samantha to schedule your audition or with questions at hiretheredhead@gmail.com. Please bring a headshot and resume to the audition. You may be asked to perform a cold read or to sing/play another song, so please be prepared. Thanks so much and hope to see you all on May 28th!
 

Sunday, May 28, 2017 at 2-5PM
 

Auditions will be by appointment only at:

The Gaslight Music Hall
13005 N. Oracle Rd.
Oro Valley, AZ  85739
Box office: #520-529-1000

www.GaslightMusicHall.com

 

 

 

Rehearsals will begin near the end of May.  
The show opens June 22 and runs through August.

 

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Arts Express: Last Chance: Summer Theatre for Kids! - Register now

 

From: Arts Express <info@arts-express.org>
Sent: Thursday, May 25, 2017 9:56 AM
ubject: Last Chance: Summer Theatre for Kids!

 

ARTS AMERICA KIDS: FROG AND TOAD

 05/30/2017 9:00 AM - 06/09/2017 5:23 PM

 1423 E University Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85719, USA

Arts America provides an opportunity for young people to discover the arts and cultural influences of America!  The arts provide a unique perspective of history. Because artists respond to and impact the societies in which they live and create, the arts provide a window into other times and places. Learning about history through their arts provides a multicultural perspective, thus diminishing stereotypes and engendering respect of human dignity and worth of all people.

 Arts America Kids: A Year with Frog and Toad

Tim Warren, Director

The treasured characters from the children's books and the beautiful Broadway musical hop from page to stage in this story of friendship and adventure.

Experience musical theatre magic – join the cast and learn singing, dancing, & acting skills. Perform for family & Friends!

Arts America provides an opportunity for young people to discover the arts and cultural influences of America!

Register Here!

• For kids entering grades 1-8 •

May 30th – June 9th

Mon – Fri, 9:00AM – 5:00PM

$245/student

Scholarships Available Based on Title I Federal Free/Reduced Lunch Criteria.  For More Information – CLICK HERE

 

 

 

• More Information Here •                                             

 

 

 

 
ARTS AMERICA KIDS: MUSIC MAN KIDS

 06/12/2017 9:47 AM - 06/23/2017 9:47 AM

 13005 N Oracle Rd #165, Tucson, AZ 85739, USA

Arts America provides an opportunity for young people to discover the arts and cultural influences of America!  The arts provide a unique perspective of history. Because artists respond to and impact the societies in which they live and create, the arts provide a window into other times and places. Learning about history through their arts provides a multicultural perspective, thus diminishing stereotypes and engendering respect of human dignity and worth of all people.

Arts America Kids: Music Man Kids

Tim Warren, Director

There's trouble in River City when a fast-talking salesman gets his heart stolen by the town librarian in this adaptation of the Tony Award-winning Broadway classic.

From page to stage, experience musical theatre magic – join the cast and learn singing, dancing, & acting skills. Perform for family & Friends!

Arts America provides an opportunity for young people to discover the arts and cultural influences of America!

Register Here!

• For kids entering grades 1-8 •

June 12th – 23rd

Mon – Fri, 9:00AM – 5:00PM

$245/student (or $210 early bird special). EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT EXPIRES MARCH 31th!

Scholarships Available Based on Title I Federal Free/Reduced Lunch Criteria.  For More Information – CLICK HERE

 


• More Information Here •

 

 

 

Summer Stock Production: OKLAHOMA!

 06/01/2017 1:00 PM - 06/29/2017 5:00 PM

ARTS AMERICA SUMMER STOCK PRODUCTION

Arts America provides an opportunity for young people to discover the arts and cultural influences of America!  The arts provide a unique perspective of history. Because artists respond to and impact the societies in which they live and create, the arts provide a window into other times and places. Learning about history through their arts provides a multicultural perspective, thus diminishing stereotypes and engendering respect of human dignity and worth of all people.

2017 SUMMER STOCK PRODUCTION:  RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN'S OKLAHOMA!

Cathy Simon, Director                   Enrique "Hank" Feldman, Music Director

GRADES 9-COLLEGE (AGE 22)

GRADES 6-8 WITH THEATRE EXPERIENCE ONLY

AUDITIONS AND TECH INTERVIEWS (by Appointment) June 1st and 2nd from 1:00 – 5:00 pm

REHEARSALS AND SHOWS:  June 5th – July 1st with rehearsals Monday-Friday, June 5th – 28th from 1:00 – 5:00 pm and shows on June 29th (7:00 pm), June 30th (7:00 pm) and July 1st (2:00 pm and 7:00 pm)

Leads and other interested actors may be asked to perform at Let Freedom Sing on the 4th of July

REGISTER NOW!

$450/student

Scholarships Available (for families meeting criteria for Title I Free/Reduced Lunch Program) – CLICK HERE TO APPLY!

 Considered a turning point in musical theatre history, Oklahoma! opened in 1943, ushering in the "golden age" of Broadway. Rodgers and Hammerstein musical catapulted the songwriting duo to success, running for 2,212 performances and garnering a special 1944 Pulitzer Prize. The iconic musical centers on cowboy Curly McLain and his budding romance with town beauty, Laurey Williams, in the 1906 Oklahoma territory. However, trouble brews when preparations for the night's box social dance spark jealousy and confusion among the townsfolk. 

Actors: Please prepare a 60 second vocal selection from a musical theatre production

Theatre Technicians: Students will learn technical theatre skills throughout all phases of the production.  Students interested in Stage Management, Run Crew, Musical Direction, Choreography, Costuming, Lighting and Sound are asked to interview for a role on the technical crew.

Interested in both Acting and Tech?  Positions are available for students that want to be in the cast while learning about theatre tech.  Please sign-up for both an audition and interview.

In order to "set the stage" all actors and tech students will learn about the society and culture that shaped turn of the century America.  In addition, students learn about the filming of the movie Oklahoma in Southern Arizona.

 

More Information Here!

 

 

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Tucson Improv Movement: SEVENTEEN hours of comedy Friday and Saturday night

 

From: Tucson Improv Movement <justin@tucsonimprov.com>
Sent: Thursday, May 25, 2017 7:00 AM
Subject: Funny on 4th: Improvathon 2017

 

TIM Comedy Theater
#Funnyon4th

       


This weekend TIM unleashes SEVENTEEN hours of comedy Friday and Saturday night.

We will be joined by Unscrewed Theater's NBOJU and From the Top, Flagstaff's Tiny Punches, performers from The Torch Theater in Phoenix, and TIM alumni Michael Dean currently performing comedy in Los Angeles.

Join us for a hilarious improv comedy marathon for a good cause! That's right, half of the proceeds go to The Humane Society of Southern Arizona.

Wristbands are $20, purchase them here, and get you into all of the action for the whole weekend!

 

 

 

Purchase your Wristband Now!

 

 

 

 

 

Improvathon Schedule

Friday May 26th

8:00 PM

Festival Kickoff

TIM Breaks the Record: World's Longest La Rounde

8:30 PM

Festival Kickoff

Faculty Meeting: TIM Teachers and Coaches Set

9:00 PM

Soap Box

With Guest Monologist Max Cannon

9:30 PM

 

 

10:00 PM

 

 

10:30 PM

Como Se Dice / Killer Cathys

 

11:00 PM

3rd Beats

 

11:30 PM

Phoenix Team

The Torch Theater

12:00 AM

Oops! All Tom Sellecks

 

12:30 AM

PROPaganda

 

1:00 AM

Duo Relay

There Was A Ship / The Unpronouncables

1:30 AM

Duo Relay

Dave n Jessie / Late Night w/ The Real Rich Gary

2:00 AM

Duo Relay

Legal Torts / Flesh Meat/Say My Name

2:30 AM

Bit Shows

Oops! All Tom Selegues/Ask a Puppet / LOL SQUAD / Animaniacs

 


Saturday May 27th

1:00 PM

FOMP!

 

1:30 PM

FOMP!

 

2:00 PM

Harold Show

The Openers

2:30 PM

Harold Show

Sweater Pills

3:00 PM

Improv Collective

 

3:30 PM

The Game Show Show

 

4:00 PM

From the Top

 

4:30 PM

Unscrewed

NBOJU

5:00 PM

IMPROV JAM

Anyone can sign up, we create teams

5:30 PM

IMPROV JAM

Anyone can sign up, we create teams

6:00 PM

50 Shades of Grey Gardens / The Riveters

 

6:30 PM

Cat Chat / Choice Cut

 

7:00 PM

Pilot Season

 

7:30 PM

Improv Throwdown

 

8:00 PM

Improv Throwdown

 

8:30 PM

Set Unlisted

 

9:00 PM

Set Unlisted

 

9:30 PM

Finale

The Dating Scene

10:00 PM

Finale

Tiny Punches

10:30 PM

Finale

Bingo Jam/The Finish Line Set

 

 

Improvathon Workshops


Our goal to bring excellent out of town comedy instructors to Tucson is highlighted this weekend with Michael Dean of Los Angeles and Jose Gonzalez of The Torch Theater in Phoenix.  Workshops will run from 10AM-12noon on Saturday, May 27th.  Register Here

Listening Ultra
Instructor: Jose Gonzalez
Listening is the most important & fundamental skill in improv whether you're entirely new to the art form or an experienced comedy veteran. It isn't just hearing the words being spoken; it's hearing the subtext of the character you're interacting with and understanding the intent of your fellow performer. Listening isn't just hearing; it's being aware of the tone & energy of the what exists so far and tapping into that. Listening isn't just being aware of everything around you; it's also understanding your own impulses & choices and listening to yourself. That's what Listening Ultra is all about.

Active Mind, Mellow Play
Instructor: Michael Dean
Learn to actively consider scenes you're not a part of. Think like a coach, so that your scenes can have more present play, from the inside or through backline support.

 

 

 

 

The Soap Box as always Friday night at 9 PM

 

 

 

Grooves and rhyming crossed with moves and comedic timing Friday night at 11:00 PM

 

 

 

FOMP! The Friends of Make Pretends Saturday at 1 PM

 

 

 

TIM's all female team the Riveters Saturday at 6 PM

 

 

 

Improv Throwdown your short for comedy competition Saturday at 7:30 PM

 

 

 

The final Dating Scene show in the Improvathon Finale Saturday night at 9:30 PM!

 

Tucson Improv Movement

329 E 7th Street

Tucson, AZ 85705



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Community Players Announce Winners In Second Annual New One Act Play Festival

 

From: S B [mailto:srs1113@live.com]
Sent: Thursday, May 25, 2017 2:28 AM
Subject: Support the arts right here a home.

 

 

 

For Immediate Release

 

Community Players Announce Winners In Second Annual New One Act Play Festival

 

Tucson, AZ (May 25, 2017) - The Community Players, Tucson's premier community theatre company, have announced the winners of the Second Annual New One Act Play Festival, a yearly event where playwrights from the state of Arizona submit their never published, never produced one act plays, which are then scored by a panel of judges. The plays are judged on 4 criteria: Plot, Character Development, Dialog and Overall Writing Quality. The top three scoring plays are then rehearsed, staged and produced as the final show of The Community Players season. "The caliber of playwrights that we have, not only in Tucson, but statewide, is amazing", says Scott Berg, president of the board of directors. "The judges really had their work cut out for them. Each play is so different and have elements that one judge may favor and another may not. It really is a daunting task for the judges." 

 

The winners of The Second Annual New One Act Play Festival are: 

     Vince Flynn for his play "Dealing With It". This is Vince's second time as a winner, having won the honors last year. 

     Carl Damhesal for his play "A Good Cradle Doesn't Wobble" 

     Richard Thompson for his play "Last Call" 

 

"Playwrights in Tucson have so few outlets for their work" continued Berg, "We hope, with this becoming an annual event, that Tucsonans will begin to appreciate and support these truly gifted, talented individuals. They deserve more than we can give, and hopefully, our event can be a stepping stone to bigger and better things." 

 

The New One Act Play Festival will run July 14-30, 2017. Shows are on Friday and Saturday nights at 7:30pm and Sundays at 2:00pm. The Community Playhouse is located at 1881 N. Oracle Rd. From Grant Road go south 5 blocks to Plata Street, turn left and go 1 block to 13th Avenue. Turn left for a half a block to the gate into the parking lot. The entrance to the theatre is off of the parking lot under the green awning. For reservations or more information please call (520) 887-6239 or visit www.communityplayerstucson.org

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Unscrewed Theater: Improv 101 Scholarship Deadline May 29th!

 

From: Chris Seidman [mailto:chris.seidman@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, May 24, 2017 10:20 AM
Subject: Improv 101 Scholarship Deadline May 29th!

 

 

Unscrewed Theater/CHOICE Air & Heating Improv 101 Scholarship - Application Deadline is May 29, 2017

 

Unscrewed Theater, in partnership with CHOICE Air & Heating, is offering a scholarship for a student to attend its next Improv 101 course, starting Wednesday, June 7, 2017 and ending July 26, 2017. The scholarship offered by Unscrewed Theater is for the $200 enrollment fee for its Improv 101 course for one qualified applicant.

Executive Director Chis Seidman described the scholarship opportunity as, "The Unscrewed Theater/CHOICE Air & Heating Scholarship is to award improvisers the opportunity to study improvisational theater. Scholarships are awarded to students who exhibit financial need along with a desire to learn an art form that prides itself on taking care of others, making your scene partner look good, being supportive on and off stage, and thinking fast on your feet."

CHOICE Air Conditioning and Heating, locally owned & operated by Daniel and Danielle Reed, has been offering Tucson air conditioning services for over fifteen years. When you work with Choice, you can count on 100% integrity and honesty from the whole staff. CHOICE has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, and will continue to maintain that level of confidence for our customers. Website at: http://www.choicehvactucson.com/

Applications are accepted until May 29, 2017 by 12:00 Midnight. A letter of recommendation is required. More information is available at: http://bit.ly/Improv101ScholarshipChoiceAir

Unscrewed Theater is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to teaching, performing, and producing all forms of live improvisational theater in Tucson, AZ.

Unscrewed Theater (UT), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, operates Unscrewed Theater at 3244 E. Speedway Blvd. Tucson, AZ 85716. Scholarships are provided at the sole discretion of the Unscrewed Theater Governing Board, and are subject to periodic review and update as required.

 

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Light designer/Board operator Needed at ZUZI! Dance

 

From: Zuzi Dance [mailto:zuzisphere@gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, May 23, 2017 5:56 PM
Subject: Light designer/Board operator Needed at ZUZI! Dance

 

ZUZI! Dance is looking for a light designer/board operator for our Summer Solstice Dance Concert June 16th & 17th. Experience lighting for dance is necessary and the ability to run the board, as well.

We need you to be available June 11th to June 15th in the evenings beginning at 7:30pm for rehearsals & tech (to be determined), June 16th from 1-10pm & June 17th from 5-10pm. 

An honorarium will be offered.

 

Contact Nanette at 520-629-0237

 

 

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Fox Tucson Theatre presents Late Nite Catechism

 

From: boxoffice@foxtucson.com
Sent: Tuesday, May 23, 2017 6:01 PM
Subject: Just Announced: Late Nite Catechism

 

Plus, enter the Scott Stapp Giveaway on Facebook!

VISIT FOXTUCSON.COM FOR A FULL LIST OF EVENTS

 

 

 

PRE-SALE: Wednesday, May 24 at 12 PM

PUBLIC SALE: Friday, May 26 at 12 PM

 

 

 

Late Night Catechism

AUG 20 • 3:00 PM

TICKETS: $37, $47, $57

 

It's u-NUN-i-mous! - The critics love Late Nite Catechism!

Here's the gospel according to the critics:
The New York Times calls Late Nite Catechism "Uproarious! Vastly Appealing! and well written" the Daily News hails Late Nite Catechism as "Smashing! Funny! You can't help but laugh!" ABC World News raves "It  succeeds in making you laugh out loud!"  Fox-TV News proclaims "It had me laughing right from the start! Late Nite Catechism is rich with laughter! Recommended!"  Associated Press says it's "Laugh-out-loud-funny!"

BUY TICKETS 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Real Life Ghost Whisperer

Psychic & Medium

JAMES VAN PRAAGH

OCT 27 • 7:30 PM

Tickets: $29, $39, $65

VIP Ticket(includes a Meet & Greet): $99


World Renowned Psychic & Spiritual Medium, #1 New York Times bestselling author, and creator and executive producer of CBS's long running series THE GHOST WHISPERER,  is coming back to the Fox! James will deliver messages of love, comfort and encouragement from loved ones on the other side. Additionally, James will bring all attendees into direct connection to the Spirit World. You'll leave forever changed – with a fresh new perspective on life and death and a stronger connection to the spirit world.

Workshop Available Oct 28 & 29.  Info coming soon.

 

BUY TICKETS 

 

 

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CORRECTION ZUZI! Dance: to perform at Tucson Botanical Gardens

From: ZUZI! Dance [mailto:zuzisphere@gmail.com]
Sent: Friday, May 19, 2017 1:01 PM
Subject: Frida Kahlo: Blood and Gold...

 

 

Frida Al Fresco is from 5-8pm and the show begins at 7:00pm. (Our previous announcement stated the start time was 7:30pm which was incorrect. The show will begin at 7:00pm.)

 

 

Frida Kahlo: Blood and Gold

May 26, 2017

 

 

In collaboration with the Tucson Botanical Gardens exhibit of Frida Kahlo: Art Garden, Life, and the final Frida Al Fresco, ZUZI! Dance celebrates the life of Frida Kahlo Mexican artist, with a concert travelling through Frida Kahlo's richly diverse and controversial life with dance, visual arts, spoken word and live music.    


Frida Fridays have been a permanent part of the Tucson Botanical Gardens' schedule and we're celebrating the last Frida Al Fresco with a fiesta! The Gardens are the center of all things Frida Kahlo and we'll be a part of bringing Frida's Mexico City to life. Food inspired by Frida's own family recipes will be provided by Café Botanica and will be available for purchase on an à la carte basis.

It will be a great time to gather with friends, see the exhibit Frida Kahlo: Art, Garden, Life while relaxing in the Tucson evening enjoying live music and dance.

 

May 26, 2017

Frida Al Fresco is from 5-8pm and the show begins at 7:00 pm.

Tickets are the cost of admission to TBG and available when you arrive.

 

Featured dancers: Aarlin Murrieta Acuna, Sabrina Geoffrion, Bethanne Griffin, Karenne Koo, Sherry Mulholland, Aja Squires, and Cynthia Wasco. 

Musical performers: Pablo Peregrina, Sally Withers and Glenn Weyant.

Choreography by Nanette Robinson.

 

Frida Kahlo de Rivera (July 6, 1907 – July 13, 1954) Kahlo's life began and ended in Mexico City, in her home known as the Blue House. At the age of six, Frida developed polio.  At the age of 18 she suffered a traumatic trolley car accident that changed the course of her life forever. Her work has been celebrated in Mexico as emblematic of national and indigenous tradition, and by feminists for its uncompromising depiction of the female experience and form.  Her work has also been described by André Breton, principal initiator of the surrealist movement, as "a ribbon around a bomb."

 

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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Ballet Rincon's Swan Lake

 

From: Diana Knoepfle [mailto:diana.knoepfle@gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, May 23, 2017 8:31 AM
Subject:

 

 

Opening a week from Friday. Tickets selling fast. Ballet Rincon's Swan Lake:

 

It is Prince Siegfried's birthday and the kingdom has gathered to celebrate. The queen presents her son with the gift of a crossbow. She informs him that as the time has come for him to marry. A ball will be held the next evening, to be attended by young princesses from across Europe. The prince is to select the one who pleases him most. Siegfried is distraught that he cannot marry for love. As the party ends, a flock of swans flying overhead catches the prince's attention. He reaches for his crossbow and heads out into the night.

At the lake, Siegfried encounters a magnificent flock of swans. He aims his crossbow but is startled when one of the swans transforms into a beautiful woman. It is Odette, Queen of t...he Swans. Captivated, the prince approaches her. She is frightened but reveals to him that she and her companions have been placed under a spell by Von Rothbart. By day they are swans, by night they are human. This spell can be broken only if a man promises his love and remains faithful to that vow. Von Rothbart appears. Siegfried seizes his crossbow, but Odette shields the evil enchanter, for if Von Rothbart should die the spell could never be broken. Von Rothbart escapes. Siegfried goes back to the lake the next night. Odette appears and they express their love. At dawn the maidens change back into swans. Left alone with Odette, Siegfried declares his eternal devotion. Odette returns to her enchanted form.


Guests arrive for the ball. The princess brides dance for the prince. Siegfried's thoughts remain with Odette. He tells his mother that he will not marry any of them. Trumpets sound the arrival of two additional guests: Von Rothbart and her daughter Odile, who is enchanted to look like Odette. Siegfried is convinced he has found Odette again. Siegfried and Odile begin to dance. He declares his desire to marry Odile. The Queen approves, but Von Rothbart demands that Siegfried swear an oath. The prince complies, and their true identities are revealed. Siegfried sees a vision of the weeping Odette and realizes his mistake. He flees to the lake, in search of his beloved.
Join the cast of Ballet Rincon, and featured guest artist Christer Everly (University of Arizona School of Dance), for this enchanting production of Swan Lake on June 2nd and June 3rd at 7pm at the Vail Theatre of the Arts (10701 Mary Ann Cleveland Way).

Also featured on Saturday, June 3rd, at 2pm is the Spring Showcase featuring tap, jazz, contemporary pieces.

Reserved Ticket Pricing: Orchestra $16.00 per adult, $14.00 for seniors and children.
Mezzanine $12.00 per adult, $10.00 for seniors and children. 


Online ticket sales at
www.tututix.com/balletrincon

Tickets will also be sold at the theater box office starting one hour prior to each performance

For more information call Ballet Rincon at 574-2804
Studio Website:
http://www.ballet-rincon.com/

Find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!

 

 

 

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The Community Players, open auditions, 2017-2018 season

 

From: S B [mailto:srs1113@live.com]
Sent: Monday, May 22, 2017 6:08 PM
Subject: Audition notice

 

AUDITION NOTICE

PLEASE NOTE CHANGES IN SOME PRODUCTION DATES

 

The Community Players, Tucson's Premier Community Theatre Company, will be having an open casting call for their upcoming 2017-2018 season.  Auditions will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 23 and 24, at 7:00 pm.  Actors should be prepared to do cold readings from the scripts.  Callbacks will be scheduled per director if they feel it necessary to read an actor further.  Actors should be prepared to read for more than one director if you fit the character needs for more than one play and have the availability and desire to commit to that particular project.

The 2017-28 season line up is as follows:

One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest

By Dale Wasserman        Directed by Vince Flynn

Performance dates; September 8 – 24, 2017

Rehearsals will start around July 15, 2017

Character Breakdown

13 Males, 4 Females

Varying ages

 

Last of the Red Hot Lovers

By Neil Simon       Directed by Joanne Anderson

Performance dates; October 6-22, 2017

Rehearsals will start around August 1st

1 male, 3 females

Varying ages

This will be a joint production between TheCommunityPlayers

And Speak The Speech Theatre

 

Greetings

By Tom Dudzick        Directed by Pat Timm

Performance Dates; December 1 – 17, 2017

Rehearsals will start around October 7, 2017

Character Breakdown

1 male 25-35, 1 male 20-30, 1 male 55-60

1 Female 55-60, 1 female 25-35

 

The Andrews Brothers

By Roger Bean       Directed by Scott Berg

Performance dates; March 9 – 18, 2018

Not auditioning at this time, will be held separately.

 

Murder At TheHoward Johnson's

By Ron Clark and Sam Bobrick      Directed by Joanne Anderson

Performance dates; June 8-24, 2018

Rehearsals will start around late April

2 male, 1 female

Age range 30-50

 

Again, open auditions are being held May 23 and 24 at 7:00 pm at

The Community Playhouse

1881 N. Oracle Road

( From Grant, south 5 blocks to Plata, turn right, 1 block to 13th Ave, left to gate into parking lot.  Entrance is off parking lot under the green awning)

For questions call 520-887-6239

 

 

 

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