Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Ballet Tucson’s Winter Concert with Opera Stars Bernardo Bermudez & Victoria Robertson

 

From: ballettucson@aol.com
Sent: Tuesday, January 24, 2017 1:47 PM
Subject: Ballet Tucson's Winter Concert (with Opera Stars Bernardo Bermudez & Victoria Robertson)

 

Ballet Tucson

As part of the 2017 Tucson Desert Song Festival, Company Ballet Master Daniel Precup choreographs the world premiere of Love Songs to some of the opera's most famous arias including La Traviata, La Boheme, The Pearl Fishers, Rigoletto, and Tosca to name just a few.  Bernardo Bermudez (back by popular demand) and Victoria Robertson are the featured vocal guest artists and live piano accompaniment add to the romance and passion of this memorable concert to share with your favorite valentine!

Other offerings on the program will include:

In The Mood – Former Ballet Tucson Resident Choreographer Mark Schneider's homage to the big-band era is an upbeat, romantic, and fun ballet with the full company.
 
Titania and Bottom – a comedic duet excerpted from Ballet Tucson's production of A Midsummer Night's Dream will feature Connolly Strombeck (as Bottom) and Taylor Johnson or Elizabeth Egleson as Titania (Queen of the Fairies).
 
Romeo & Juliet Pas de Deux – Daniel Precup choreographs a new version of this famous duet depicting tragic love for Ballerina Jenna Johnson and Season Guest Artist Fredrick Davis.
 
Swan Lake Pas de Deux – the famous "White Swan" Pas de Deux expressing undying love from the most revered classical ballet of all times Swan Lake will feature Vasily Lunde and Megan Steffens or Laura Lunde.
 


About Bernardo Bermudez
American-born lyric baritone Bernardo Bermudez was raised in Venezuela, and started his musical education at The Conservatory of Music Juan Manuel Olivares, in Caracas.  Currently living in San Diego, his operatic roles include Figaro in Il barbiere di Siviglia, Stanley Kowalski in A Streetcar Named Desire, Silvio in Pagliacci, Valentin in Faust, Belcore in L'elisir d'amore, Papageno in Die Zauberflöte, Count Almaviva in Le nozze di Figaro, Vidal Hernando in Luisa Fernanda, Scarpia in Tosca, Schaunard in La Bohème, Alfio in Cavalleria Rusticana, Aeneas in Dido & Aeneas, Mercurio in L'incoronazione di Poppea, Teniente Cantalapiedra in Cecilia Valdes, Count Capulet in Romeo et Juliette, El Dancairo in Carmen, Marullo in Rigoletto.  He also sang Morald in the North America stage premiere of Richard Wagner's Die Feen, as part of Los Angeles Opera's Ring Festival.
 
He participated as a voice fellow at the prestigious summer festivals at The Music Academy of the West in Santa Barbara, CA, as well as Opera North in New Hampshire.  He received 1st place in the NATS LA singing competition, 1st place winner in AEIOU, 39th Annual Opera Scholarship and Competition, finalist in the Burbank Philharmonic Hennings-Fischer Opera Competition, recipient of the Anne and Michael Towbes Scholarship in Voice, Opera Buffs Grant recipient, semifinalist in the Loren L. Zachary National Vocal Competition, recipient of the Doug Acker Memorial Vocal Scholarship, and 2nd place winner in the Virginia Hawk Vocal Competition.
 
About Victoria Robertson
Ms. Robertson has been training as a classical vocalist for over fifteen years.  Her opera and art song performances won her several distinguished vocal competition titles such as the La Jolla Symphony & Chorus Competition, National Association of Teachers of Singing Competition, Musical Merit Competition, and Virginia Hawk Competition.  In 2008 she won the Carlsbad to Karlovy Vary Competition and was sponsored by the city of San Diego to compete in the Dvoák Competition in its sister city in the Czech Republic.
 
Ms. Robertson has been featured at performing arts centers and concert halls worldwide and has performance history with several symphony orchestras and opera companies including San Diego Symphony, La Jolla Symphony, TICO Orchestra, San Diego Opera, and Santa Barbara Opera. In 2010 she performed in the World Premier of Séance on a Wet Afternoon by Stephen Schwartz (composer of Wicked) with Opera Santa Barbara. Victoria has a passion for sacred music and performs concerts and recitals at churches and cathedrals in the United States and in Europe.  She is currently the private student of famed tenor Michael Trimble. She attended both UC San Diego and San Diego State University where she worked on music performance while continuing private vocal study.

Friday, February 3 – 7:30 pm
Saturday, February 4 – 2:00 pm & 7:30 pm
Sunday, February 5 – 1:00 pm & 5:00 pm
Stevie Eller Dance Theatre

General $45
Seniors/Students/Military $40
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Something Something Theatre presents 'What Every Girl Should Know'

 

From: Something Something Theatre <info@somethingsomethingtheatre.com>
Sent: Tuesday, January 24, 2017 7:00 AM
Subject: 'What Every Girl Should Know' opens February 9

 

 

Something Something Theatre

 

What Every Girl Should Know

by Monica Byrne

 

directed by Jasmine Roth

Feb. 9 - 26, 2017
at the Community Playhouse
1881 N. Oracle Road
(5 blocks south of Grant, on west side of Oracle,
entrance and parking in back)

 
Reform school girls in 1914 discover Margaret Sanger and, thereby,  freedom for themselves.
 

 

"Top to bottom, start to finish, What Every Girl Should Know is an excellent piece of theater…As long as the war over women's reproductive rights rages on [this is] a story people need to keep telling."                              – NYTHEATRE.COM

"As tight as it is timely…as pertinent as the latest attack on Sanger's great legacy, Planned Parenthood."                                                                             – SFGATE.COM

"Historical but vibrant, full of [young women's] mischievous energy..."
- TheDailyBeast.com


 

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Independent Film Arizona: "Through the Lens - The Look, the Lighting, and the Art of Cinematography"

 

From: Independent Film Arizona <news@independentfilmarizona.com>
Sent: Monday, January 23, 2017 9:39 PM
Subject: IFA Newsletter February 2017

 

Independent Film Arizona - Tucson

 

 

 

"Through the Lens -
The Look, the Lighting, and the Art of Cinematography"

 

 

IFA Monthly Membership Meeting: February 7th at 7pm, The Art Institute of Tucson, 5099 East Grant Road #100, Tucson 

Open to the public

What is it?

Ever wonder what all the different roles are in the camera department?  Learn about proper set protocol (who to talk to, when to talk to them, and when to shut-up), lighting, on-set data management, and color correction.   How to choose the right cinematographer for your project.  How best to communicate the look you want with your Director of Photography.  How to evaluate a DP reel and more.  Hear from a First AD, a DP, and a DIT -- all from Arizona. And if you don't know what all those are -- come and learn!

 

Click here for more information.

 

 

The Director's Chair

As always we want to thank you for coming every month to be part of the vibrant Independent Film Arizona community. 
Remember, IFA meetings are free and open to the public, but we also strongly encourage you to take the next step and become a member. For only $25.00 a year, you can be part of this amazing group of people who strive to help the independent Filmmakers of Southern Arizona. Academic memberships are also available for free for actively enrolled students.

 


 SAG/AFTRA Presentation

"Low Budget Contracts and New Media Agreement"

Date: January 31, 2017
Registration: 6:30pm   Starts: 7pm
Location: The Art Institute of Tucson, 5099 East Grant Rd #100, Tucson

 

 

 

Learn more about independent film in Arizona and be involved! We offer educational monthly meetings with experts in the film industry - and it's a great opportunity to network with industry professionals.

JOIN IFA

 

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Monday, January 23, 2017

Workshop: ACTING & THE SENSES with Director & Acting Coach Steve Anderson, MFA

 

From: Steve Anderson [mailto:teenstreettucson@gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, January 23, 2017 5:18 PM
Subject: Adult Acting Workshops starting February

 

ACTING & THE SENSES - TUCSON

 

with Director & Acting Coach Steve Anderson, MFA

 

MONDAYS FROM 6-8:30 P.M.

FEBRUARY 6, 13, 20, 27, MARCH 6, 13

FEE:  $50 PER WORKSHOP - 20% OFF IF REGISTERING FOR 3 OR MORE

Location: The Studio at Swan & Speedway

 

 

What does it really mean to be, "IN THE MOMENT?"  Just as people experience life through the senses, moment-to-moment, so too can actors experience their onstage or on-camera lives.  To be engaging to an audience (or casting director), the actor must be intricately engaged in and responsive to the world around them.  Rather than "showing" the moment, we want to "experience" the moment.  It is IN these connections that we find our most beautiful impulses and an emotional life that is more available to us.

 

Please join us to explore how sensorial work can create an undeniably engaging performance that is alive, relaxed, focused and vulnerable.

 

EACH WORKSHOP BEGINS WITH A RELAXATION SESSION THAT FOCUSES ON SENSORY AWARENESS.

 

From there, we'll do LONG-FORM IMPROVS and/or work on MONOLOGUE OR SCENE MATERIAL you bring in.  We'll also explore OPEN SCENES, which are scenes written with brief, generic dialogue that can be quickly memorized and interpreted in endless ways.  These are SO much fun to work on!

 

FOR MORE INFO, OR TO REGISTER, PLEASE EMAIL:  steve@steveandersonacting.com

 

"Steve has so much insight and clarity; he gave my process wings.  It's a game-changer." - Harris Kendall (Greta, 600 MILES, opposite Tim Roth /10 years as Marie, DAYS OF OUR LIVES)

 

"I know a gifted teacher when I see one; Steve is that to a superlative degree." Patrick Baliani, Professor/Playwright, University of Arizona Honor's College

 

"All my acting troubles disappear when I'm in your workshop." - Judith Eisenberg, Phoenix Producer/Actor

 

"If there's a better acting teacher within 500 miles…or a thousand miles…I'd like to know who it is." - David Greenwood, Tucson Theatre Blog

 

"Working with Steve, I went from having no actor training to being accepted into one of the best college programs in the country!  With scholarships!" - Andrew Gleckler, Actor

 

 

www.steveandersonacting.com

steve@steveandersonacting.com

 

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Arizona Rose Theatre auditions for LEND ME A TENOR

 

From: Arizona Rose Theatre [mailto:azrosetheatre@gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, January 23, 2017 2:19 PM
Subject: AUDITION NOTICE - Arizona Rose Theatre

 

AUDITION NOTICE

The Arizona Rose Theatre

Will be holding open auditions for LEND ME A TENOR

Audition Date:

Saturday, February 4th

at the Arizona Rose Theatre

4500 N Oracle Rd, Suite 329

(in the Tucson Mall - Lower Level by Macy's)

 

OPEN AUDITIONS FROM 11:00am to 1:00pm

 

Please Have a Monologue prepared

 

LEND ME A TENOR

Playing March 31st  through April 9th

Fridays & Saturdays at 7pm

Sundays at 2pm

 

Role Breakdowns

·         Max: (20s to mid 30's) Assistant to Saunders - An aspiring singer. His worst enemy is his own lack of self-confidence. He spends his time as a doormat to his future father-in-law and trying to convince Maggie that he is marriage material. NOTE: This role requires the actor to sing Italian Arias and, at times, speak in an Italian accent.

 

·         Maggie: (20s to 30s) Max's Girlfriend - pretty, quirky; a young woman who doesn't want to settle for the seemingly mundane life she has with Max. She longs for an adventurous fling, one which will allow her to "hear bells.

"

·         Saunders: (mid 50s) Maggie's father and the general Manager of the Cleveland Grand Opera Company - authoritarian; an uptight man with a short fuse, most of which he takes out on Max. He owns the pressure of the Opera Company.

 

·         Tito: (30s to 40s) A World Famous Tenor known also to his fans as Il Stupendo - imposing; a womanizing Italian who loves Maria, but finds difficulty resisting the advances of the opposite sex, who seem to advance frequently and with considerable momentum. NOTE: This role requires the actor to sing Italian Arias and speak in an Italian accent.

·         Maria: (30s) Tito's wife - Sophia Loren-type: busty, proud, and excitable; a passionate and temperamental Italian woman who is growing weary of her husband's wandering eye (and body) for the opposite sex.NOTE: This role requires the actor to speak in an Italian accent.

 

·         Bellhop: (age open) A bellhop - a highly energetic fan of Tito's, who uses his occupation to get close to the international star. NOTE: This role requires the actor to sing.

 

·         Diana: (mid 30s) a soprano with the Cleveland Grand Opera Company - beautiful, sexy; a member of the opera company who has been "flinging her way through the whole cast." Playing Desdemona opposite Tito, she thinks that he might be her ticket out of Cleveland into the big time.

 

·         Julia: (60s) Chairman of the Opera Guild - over the hill, ex-diva, for whom the Cleveland Grand Opera Company is the center of her small pretentious world.

 

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Ironwood Ridge High School Advanced Drama presents Shakespeare Showcase

 

From: Christine Fapp [mailto:cfapp66@yahoo.com]
Sent: Monday, January 23, 2017 12:56 PM
Subject: Shakespeare Showcase at Ironwood Ridge High School

 

Join Advanced Drama for their Shakespeare Showcase.

Come see a variety of monologues and scenes from Shakespeare's best plays.

February 1st, 2nd & 3rd at 6PM in the Black Box.

$6 Students, $7 Senior/Military & $8 Adults



For more information contact

Mary Dickson

Email:mdickson@amphi.com

Office Phone: 407-4244

 

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CDO presents ComedySportz, this Thursday!

 

From: Cannon, Robert [mailto:rcannon@amphi.com]
Sent: Monday, January 23, 2017 11:13 AM
Subject: CDO ComedySportz Thursday!

 

This Thursday, the fabulous ComedySportz teams hit the stage with ‘Hip-Hop’ vs ‘Country.’

Come participate in this lively, interactive evening of laughter and hilarity.

Thursday, January 26 at 7:00p, General Admission $5.00 at the door to the Welsh Little Theatre.

 

http://www.amphi.com/Page/11213

 

 

Robert Cannon

Theatre Director/Manager

Yearbook Advisor

Fine Arts Dept. Chair

25 W. Calle Concordia

Oro Valley, AZ  85704

520.696.5692

 

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The Manhattan Dolls return to The Gaslight Theatre!

 

From: Heather.Gaslight@gmail.com
Sent: Monday, January 23, 2017 10:00 AM
ubject: The Manhattan Dolls return to The Gaslight Theatre!

 

 

Sentimental Journey

With The Manhattan Dolls!

The Gaslight Theatre
7010 E. Broadway Blvd.
Tucson, AZ  85710


Monday, Feb. 6, 7PM

Hop aboard the *Chattanooga Choo Choo* and join The Manhattan Dolls on a *Sentimental Journey* through the great music of the 30s and 40s. Sit back and enjoy these timeless classics, or if you're *In the Mood* get up and dance! Sentimental Journey blends beautiful ballads with your favorite toe-tapping tunes, and of course, in classic USO fashion, takes some time to honor our brave men and women in the military. From boogie woogie to the blues, Sentimental Journey celebrates the best the Great American Songbook has to offer.

 

 

 

 

 

Call the box office today before tickets are gone!
#520-886-9428.

For more info. on The Gaslight Theatre, visit: www.thegaslighttheatre.com!

The Gaslight Theatre, 7010 E. Broadway Blvd.

 

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Arizona Onstage presents BROADWAY TONIGHT!

 

From: Dolly Spalding [mailto:dbspalding@yahoo.com]
Sent: Monday, January 23, 2017 9:16 AM
Subject: Arizona Onstage presents the fundraising event BROADWAY TONIGHT!

 



 Arizona Onstage Productions is debuting Broadway Tonight! a theatre production featuring music from Les Miserables, Miss Saigon, and new Broadway hits including HAMILTON, Something Rotten, Finding Neverland and Matilda. Cast members for this special event include over 40 of Arizona Onstage Arizona's finest singers assembled to present a night of unforgettable songs.



The event is a fundraiser for First Stages Theater for Young Audiences on February 4, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. and will be presented at the Berger Performing Arts Center.The fundraising goal is to continue to provide low and no cost tickets to Tucson area families to see professional stage productions based on children's literature. First Stages Theater for Young Audiences has provided over 2,000 free tickets to the Tucson community. Tickets for Broadway Tonight! are available at wwww.arizonaonstage.org

 

 

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Register NOW for Arts Congress 2017

 

From: Arizona Citizens for the Arts
Sent: Monday, January 23, 2017 9:14 AM
Subject: Register NOW for Arts Congress 2017

 

Let's get the Legislature to allocate $2M for the arts 

More Info (click here)

 

 

 

: Arizona Citizens for the Arts

Arts Congress

http://azcitizensforthearts.org/arts-congress/

 

Your Day at the Capitol

 

Don't miss your opportunity to make your voice heard at the State Capitol during Arts Congress, Tuesday March 14, 2017.

 

 

Individual Registration - $30
Complimentary workshops, meeting materials, snacks, coffee, lunch & water


Register Now


Become a Sponsor - $200
Registration for four adults plus one youth registration, opportunity to display materials at a table during event, recognition on our website and in in collateral materials distributed to the legislators.


Sponor Now

 

 

 

Youth Engagement


Arizona Citizens for the Arts is always looking for ways to improve Arts Congress and engage more advocates. This year, we are strongly encouraging organizations and schools to engage their young adults and invite them to Arts Congress to begin learning and experiencing the importance of advocating for the arts. Our youngest leaders are some of the most passionate voices for the arts and we think our legislators need to hear directly from them. 

 

 

 

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January 2017 Discount on Comedy Improv at The Studio for Actors

 

From: The Studio For Actors [mailto:acting-courses@the-studio-for-actors.com]
Sent: Wednesday, December 21, 2016 2:57 PM
Subject: Announcement: January 2017 Discount on Comedy Improv at The Studio for Actors

 

Taste of Improv Class

The Studio for Actors is now offering a "Taste of Improv Class." Here's how it works. Just come on one Wednesday night from 6:30pm-8:00pm for only $30. This class is normally $40, but for the evening of January 25, you can attend for $30 for one class only, and see how much you love studying improv at The Studio. So, if you've always wondered (or if you've never wondered) if you would enjoy comedy improv, this is your chance to check it out.

Call (520) 881-2363 to sign up.  To qualify for the discounted price, you must say the words "Taste of Improv Class" when you call.

* Limit one $30 class per person.

Comedy Improvisation

You don't have to be a funny person to love and get a lot out of a comedy improv class. I can make you funny. Because you have to focus in this class, you can end up taking a vacation from the stuff that goes on in your life, and there's a lot of healing with laughter. Your coach is a former Saturday Night Live cast member, and will give you the accents and the formats you can use as a "safety net." Improv is a great stress reliever and really encourages the ability to verbally communicate. So, come, play, have a ball, and enjoy releasing your own special creativity.

Also, for students of acting, improv enhances your auditions, loosens up the body, helps you think fast on your feet, introduces dialects, and sharpens your timing.4 consecutive Wednesday nights

6:30pm-8:00pm
Start on any Wednesday (but you should call first to sign up).
$40 per week
Don't worry if you have to miss one or even two of the four classes. You simply pay for the class you have to miss and then take class #5 free.  It's even possible to pay $160 at your first class, and then take your last three classes whenever you can make it. (I keep great records.)

To find out more or to sign up, please call Anna Risley at (520) 881-2363.

Also being offered at The Studio for Actors:
Radio/TV Voiceover Seminar
Audition Technique

Each of these classes is taught by Anna Risley at her Studio (The Studio for Actors), located on 6th Street, just off 4th Avenue.  Anna has 30 years of experience in film, television, voiceover, and stage acting.   To check out her resume, please visit The Studio for Actors website , or call her at (520) 881-2363 to sign up.

 

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Tucson theatres: promote your summer camps and after school programs

From the Arizona Daily Star: https://goo.gl/KJwFhx

 

 

Sign your organization up for a booth at This is Tucson's school and camp fair

·         Arizona Daily Star, Jan 21, 2017

 

The #ThisIsTucson School and Camp Fair is a one-day event to help parents find the right school or community program for their kids.

For schools and camp or after-school organizations, it’s a unique opportunity to reach those parents and kids in person.

Exhibitor space at the fair is open to:

  • Preschools.
  • Private schools.
  • District schools.
  • Charter schools.
  • Magnet schools.
  • Home-schooling organizations.
  • Special-needs schools.
  • Online schools.
  • Tutoring and educational-enrichment programs.
  • After-school programs.
  • Summer camps.

Come join us from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Feb. 12 at the Jewish Community Center, 3800 E. River Road.

Schools and organizations interested in being exhibitors can email SchoolandCampFair@tucson.com

 

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Sunday, January 22, 2017

February 2017 Radio/TV Voiceover Seminar at The Studio for Actors

 

From: The Studio For Actors [mailto:acting-courses@the-studio-for-actors.com]
Sent: Saturday, January 21, 2017 10:58 PM
Subject: Announcement: February 2017 Radio/TV Voiceover Seminar at The Studio for Actors

 

Radio and TV Voiceover Seminar

There is a lot of voice work here in Arizona, and if you're interested in how to get it and how this end of the business works - then this is the seminar for you.  We'll work with scripts and you'll receive a great deal of personal attention.

Choose from one of the following dates:

  • Thursday February 2, 6:30pm-8:00pm
    - OR -
  • Saturday February 4, 1:00pm-2:30pm
    - OR -
  • Thursday February 9, 6:30pm-8:00pm
    - OR -
  • Saturday February 11, 1:00pm-2:30pm
    - OR -
  • Thursday February 16, 6:30pm-8:00pm
    - OR -
  • Saturday February 18, 1:00pm-2:30pm
    - OR -
  • Thursday February 23, 6:30pm-8:00pm
    - OR -
  • Saturday February 25, 1:00pm-2:30pm

The cost is $65 per person for the seminar.  Class size is limited to six.  To attend this seminar, you must sign up by calling Anna Risley at (520) 881-2363. 

Also being offered at The Studio for Actors:
Comedy Improv
Audition Technique

Each of these classes is taught by Anna Risley, B.A. at her Studio (The Studio for Actors), located on 6th Street, just off 4th Avenue.  Anna has 30 years of experience in film, television, voiceover, and stage acting.  To check out her resume, please visit The Studio for Actors website , or call her at (520) 881-2363 to sign up.

 

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Saturday, January 21, 2017

Tora Woloshin call for female dancers interested and available to travel to China

From AZ Star: http://tucson.com/entertainment/arts-and-theatre/tucson-pop-singer-tora-woloshin-looking-for-dancers/article_84638192-df50-11e6-9950-e7a9801b7b0b.html

 

 

Cathalena E. Burch Arizona Daily Star  Jan 20, 2017

 

Tora Woloshin wants to take her rocking pop dance music to China in late May, but she's missing a dancer.

So the Tucson singer, who was a contestant on the inaugural U.S. season of Simon Cowell's "The X-Factor," has put out the call for female dancers interested and available to travel to China. She already has one dancer committed to the trip and needs one more to round out a show she hopes to take internationally starting with China.

This will be a follow-up trip to China, coming two years after Woloshin played a handful of shows in that country.

“The (Chinese) audiences are very interesting. There are always a lot of people out, and we are cleebrities. Americans are always treated like celebrities there,” Woloshin said.

Woloshin, who splits her time between Tucson and Los Angeles, made it to the judges homes round of "The X Factor" in fall 2011 and spent time with the show's host Simon Cowell in London. In the years, since she has toured with rapper B.O.B., opened for big-name artists and self-recorded/released several singles, EPs and albums. 

Dancers interested in applying for the China tour should send a resume, head shot, full body photos and dance reel showcasing contemporary hip-hop dance styles to info@torawoloshin.com or torawoloshin89@gmail.com

Woloshin, 27, is working on new music including a self-produced single and EP that she will release soon, and a full-length album that she hopes to release sometime this year. 

You can find her music online at her site, through iTunes and Amazon. 

 

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Friday, January 20, 2017

UA School of Mathematical Sciences and PCC Theatre Arts present Calculus: The Musical!

 

From: Carol Carder [mailto:ccarder@pima.edu]
Sent: Friday, January 20, 2017 5:06 PM
Subject: What's so musical about calculus? - Pima Community College Center for the Arts

 

 

The University of Arizona College of Science
School of Mathematical Sciences 
in collaboration with
 PCC Theatre Arts and www.matheatre.com
to present

Calculus: The Musical!

 


Friday, January 27, 7:30 p.m.

Crowder Hall, University of Arizona
$10 at the door, $9 in advance

 

Reminder: In The Heights Community Project
Do you have a traditional recipe passed down through your family?
Please share it with us!
We also want to know about your neighborhood.


In anticipation of PCC performing arts   production of the sensational musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda—
In The Heights (Feb. 23-March 5), we are reaching out to you to participate in two contests that celebrates
the flavor of your cultural heritage and describes the character of your neighborhood.

 
   • The first contest is about foods and recipes. Share a family recipe related to your culture.
   • The second contest is about our community neighborhoods. Describe the Tucson neighborhood
you live or work in.
Tells a story, write a poem or send a photo.

   Everyone who submits a family recipe or story about their neighborhood will have their names entered into a drawing for some great prizes including gift cards to Roadhouse Cinema, Old Tucson Studios, Harkin Theaters, Movement Culture, Drop Dance and Breakout Studios, and more!

 Recipes and stories will be displayed at the Center for the Arts during the opening night celebration—Carnaval Del Barrio! (Feb. 23 at 6:30 p.m.). All submissions will be posted on Pima's website.
Email your entry to CenterForTheArts@pima.edu. Be sure to give us your name and put
In The Heights contest in the subject line. Deadline for submissions is February 20.


Tickets for IN THE HEIGHTS are on sale now!


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The Center for the Arts is located on the Pima Community College West Campus,
2202 W. Anklam Rd., Tucson, Arizona 85709.
520-206-6986

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