Thursday, June 28, 2007

Tucson: Cabaret Boheme Auditions!



Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2007 4:47 PM
Subject: [Tucson Actors Forum] Tucson Auditions!



Cabaret Boheme, A Tucson based Vaudeville Variety Show Troupe, is
looking to expand! If you have an entertaining, interesting, or
bizarre talent, then we are interested in you. In true vaudevillian
style, ALL types of talent will be considered. So bring your pops,
music (cd player will be provided) and come in costume. We wanna see
what you got! If you don't have a particular talent but still want
to audition, a limited number of chorus positions will be filled for
both male and female. For chorus we are specifically looking for
bodies that can dance or move and follow choreography well. Lots of
personality a must!

Visit us at or email us at

When: July 21, 2007
Where: Ward VI Council Office, 3202 E. 1st street, Tucson, AZ (enter
from back door)
Time: 6:00—7:00 pm individual acts first come first serve
7:00—8:00 pm chorus positions (expect to learn a short

Email me with any questions!

Peaches VaVoom
Producer/Director Cabaret Boheme


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Tucson: Invisible Theatre to host LA's award-winning Charles Phoenix



From: []
Sent: Thursday, June 28, 2007 9:18 AM
Subject: IT July 1


My Dear "Funny" Friends,

On July 1 at 3 PM an extraordinary humorist and entertainer is coming to Tucson. 
That's right, the Invisible Theatre will host LA's award-winning Charles Phoenix.

You ask ...

Who is Charles Phoenix?

From the kitsch to the classic, Charles Phoenix loves to celebrate mid-century design and culture. His passion combined with his thrift shop-found vintage 40s, 50s, and 60s slides developed into crowd-and-critic-pleasing live slide show performances. SRO audiences on both coasts are delighted by Phoenix’s unique ability to point out the hysterical and historical, the ironic and the iconic

“He joyfully mines America’s past through its fashion and design…”
                                           â€" New York Times

"Our most favorite cultural anthropologist!"
                              â€"LA City Beat


Please give Phyllis a call at 520 882-9721
for your special internet price!

See You Sunday!!

With appreciation,

P.S. Remember, friends don't let friends miss great shows!

Check out the Charles Phoenix website and
Chuck's article in the Tucson Citizen
for additional information

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Tucson: Waypoint Theatre auditions for fall show

From: Melanie David []
Sent: Thursday, June 28, 2007 9:01 AM
Subject: theater announcement posting-Tuc

Casting opportunities for Waypoint’s fall production


Waypoint Theatre Company will be conducting auditions for its fall show, "And Then They Came For Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank" by James Still.  Waypoint is a faith-based, non-profit theatre company based in northwest Tucson with a commitment to excellence.  Please visit our website at for more information about the company and previous shows.


Production Information:

"And Then They Came For Me"  is a unique theatre experience...a multi-media play that combines videotaped interviews with Holocaust survivors Ed Silverberg and Eva Schloss with live actors recreating scenes from their lives during World War II.  Ed was Anne Frank's first boyfriend, whom she wrote about in her now-famous diary.  Eva was the same age as Anne and lived in the same apartment building in Amsterdam.  Her family went into hiding the same day as the Franks.  This is a multi-generational, ensemble-driven production, directed by WTC Executive Artistic Director, Melanie David.


Roles to be filled:  Currently, we are auditioning the role of Young Ed Silverberg (male to portray 17 year-old with dark hair, stage experience preferred)  Selected scenes of the script are available, or you may read a portion of the script on line at:


Production Dates:  Wednesday, October 10 through Sunday, October 14 at the Cabaret Theatre- Temple for the Music and Art.  Six performances are scheduled including a fund raiser preview on Oct. 10.


Rehearsals:  Rehearsals will begin the last week of August, break for Labor Day, and continue through October 10 on Monday and  Wednesday evenings (6:30-9p), and either Saturday afternoons (2-5) OR Sunday afternoons (2-5pm).  Tech week is Sunday, October 7 through October 10.  Annual membership in Waypoint Theatre Company is required upon being cast ($10 membership for students 7-17 years).


For more information and to reserve an audition time slot in the next two weeks, please contact:

Melanie David at 742-9079 and leave your name/phone number to be reached/ role(s) for audition

You may also email us at:  In the "re:" space write: WTC auditions.


We look forward to hearing from you soon!                            - Melanie David, Executive Artistic Director

                                                                                                                           Waypoint Theatre Company


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Tucson: Catalina Players Auditions "The Guys"



Sent: Wednesday, June 27, 2007 5:54 PM
Subject: Audition Notice



Catalina Players Announces Auditions

The Guys by Anne Nelson

Directed by Bill C. Fikaris

THE STORY: Less than two weeks after the September 11th attacks, New Yorkers are still in shock. One of them, an editor named Joan, receives an unexpected phone call on behalf of Nick, a fire captain who has lost most of his men in the attack. He's looking for a writer to help him with the eulogies he must present at their memorial services. Nick and Joan spend a long afternoon together, recalling the fallen men through recounting their virtues and their foibles, and fashioning the stories into memorials of words. THE GUYS is based on a true story.

Cast: 1 man 40’s – 50’s

         1 woman mid-30’s – 40’s

Audition Date:  Thursday, July 5, 2007

               Time:  6:30pm


Audition Location: Christ Presbyterian Church, 6565 E. Broadway (between Wilmot & Kolb)




Call: (520) 730-7203 or email:


No monologues or prior prep necessary. Cold readings from script provided.


Show Dates: September 7-15, 2007


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From: []
Sent: Thursday, June 28, 2007 12:21 AM




Arizona Onstage Productions, an award-winning professional musical theater company responsible for such hits as THE FULL MONTY, ELEGIES, A NEW BRAIN, ASSASSINS, and numerous other shows, is holding an open casting call for Tony-Award-winning composer Jason Robert Brown's musical song cycle SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD.


This will be the Arizona Premiere of a highly praised musical.


The production will play the middle two weeks in January of 2008.  Please know that this will involve rehearsal during some days of what we call "Christmas Break" - and perhaps even "Thanksgiving Break."  Of course, we can work around some conflicts. 


This is a paying gig and will be presented in a well known venue. 


We are looking for six people - three guys and three girls - who can sing and act and want to be a part of a professional and exciting new show. The vocals are quite demanding.  Auditions will be held, by appointment only, during the month of July.  Arizona Onstage Productions casts people of all age, ethnic background, sexual orientation, or  what some might call disability.


Please email resumes to:



or snail mail to


Kevin Johnson

Arizona Onstage Productions

Artistic Director

405 North Granada Ave Suite 8

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Tucson: Arizona Theatre Company Open Auditions for THE PAJAMA GAME

For Immediate Release
June 25, 2007
Media Contact: Jennifer Spencer, 602.256.6899 x 6202
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WHAT:����������� The Pajama Game open call
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������������������������ 12 - 4 PM Equity
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������������������������ Monday, July 9, 2007 in Tucson
������������������������ 11 - 2 PM Equity��
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WHERE:�������� Temple of Music and Art, Rehearsal Hall (Tucson)
������������������������ 330 S. Scott Avenue
������������������������ Herberger Theater Center, Center Stage (Phoenix)
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ATC announces open auditions for Equity and non-Equity actors for The Pajama Game, written by George Abbott and Richard Bissell with music and lyrics by Jerry Ross and Richard Adler, on Sunday, July 8 in Phoenix and Monday, July 9 in Tucson, with callbacks for both cities at a later date to be determined.� The production will begin rehearsals on October 23, 2007 and will play November 24 – December 15, 2007 in Tucson and December 31, 2007 – January 20, 2008 in Phoenix.� All roles are open.�

Singers must prepare thirty-two bars of a song in the style of The Pajama Game. Singers must have sheet music in the proper key. An accompanist will be provided, and a CD player will be available.�
Actors must be eighteen or older to audition and must be available days and evenings for rehearsals and performances. If cast, actors will reside in Tucson for seven weeks and Phoenix for five weeks.� Housing away from home city is provided, but actors unable to be out of town for that length of time should not audition.��
Appointments are required in order to audition.� To make an appointment please call Joanna Mori at (602) 256-6899 for Phoenix appointments or Jenny Bazzell at (520) 884-8210 �for Tucson appointments.�
One of America's Great Regional Theatres
For more information about The Pajama Game and the rest of Arizona Theatre Company's 2007-2008 season, please visit us online or call the ATC box office in Tucson at (520) 622-2823 or in Phoenix at (602) 256-6995.
Click here to visit!


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Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Tucson: On-Air Talent Needed - Must be fluent in ASL

On-Air Talent Needed - Must be fluent in ASL (American Sign Language)

New Media Company located in Tucson, AZ holding open auditions for "on-air" talent on June 28, 29, and 30th. All applicants must be fluent in ASL (American Sign Language). Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Hearing Impaired are encouraged to audition.

To arrange for an audition send your resume to:

Please specify which dates:
Thursday JUNE 28th, Friday 29th or Saturday the 30th
(and whether you prefer mornings or afternoons)

Location: Tucson

Pay: TBD (contract)



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Tucson: Valley of the Moon seeks actors and technicians

From the Tucson Weekly….



CALL FOR ACTORS AND TECHNICIANS.  Valley of the Moon seeks actors and technicians of all ages and experience levels for its upcoming plays. Auditions take place from 6 to 8 p.m., Friday, July 6. Call 270-1041 for information. Valley of the Moon. 2544 E. Allen Road. 323-1331.



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Monday, June 25, 2007

Tucson: Theatre Discussion Series

Free Actor’s Gymnasium every Saturday – see bottom of post for more info


From: David Greenwood []
Sent: Monday, June 25, 2007 8:50 AM
Subject: Theatre Discussion Series




"It is our duty, as theatre artists and intellectuals, to create disruption in our certainties fostering contact between different people, specialisations and environments."
-Eugenio Barba



Prescott College Tucson Center


presents a brand new kind of encounter…


Getting Acquainted Sunday Nights in July


“Coffee, Tea and Theatre


 Lecture, Discussion and Work Demonstration Series.


Join David Greenwood, Esther Almazan and members of The Actors Gymnasium each Sunday at 6 p.m. during the month of July at Prescott College Tucson Center, 2233 E. Speedway Blvd for a provocative and engaging series of presentations on Theatre.

It’s free, air conditioned, and open to the public.  Coffee, tea and hors d’oeuvres will be served.  Please RSVP to (520) 319 – 9868.


The Schedule


Sunday, July 1 – The Work of Stanislavsky

Actors turning their backs to the Czar, burning down the theatre, mad dogs chasing an actress around stage, and cabbage patch parties, are all part of the work and legacy of Constantine Stanislavsky who between 1897 and 1938 invented modern western theatre.  His symbolist production of Maeterlinck’s “The Blue Bird” was the first to combine an organic sense of stage behavior with a non-realistic, theatricalized vision of the world of the play.  His quest for a “spiritual” artistic home led to the founding of The First Studio of the Moscow Art Theatre which subsequently gave rise to the innovative work of Evgeny Vakhtangov, Michael Chekhov and many others and established the tradition of laboratory theatres carried through by such innovators as Jerzy Grotowski, Eugenio Barba and Peter Brook.


Sunday, July 8 – Meditation on Meyerhold

Revolution, Biomechanics, Constructivism, arrest, torture and death by Stalin’s henchman – such was the life and times of Vsevold Meyerhold.  After parting from Stanislavsky and the Moscow Art Theatre, Meyerhold set out on what became daring


crusade to reform theatre.  Working with poets such as Blok and Mayakovsky, Meyerhold created a series of productions which literally tore down the walls of sterility in the theatre and fashioned Meyerhold as the darling of the avant-garde. 


Sunday, July 15 – The Group Theatre Revisited

What do Clifford Odets, Lee Strasberg, Harold Clurman, Stella Adler, Cheryl Crawford, Ruth Nelson, Elia Kazan, Bobby Lewis, Sanford Meisner, Lee J. Cobb, Morris Carnovsky and Phoebe Brand all have in common?   As members of The Group Theatre they gave Broadway and America a new look, sound and whole new set of ideas.  Arthur Miller described them as a tribe which descended upon the stage, the likes of which never had and never will be seen again.  The gentility of popular American theatre was forced to give over to the rallying cry of “Strike, Strike, Strike!” for what’s right, as this new and vibrant theatrical voice and style was set loose by The Group. 


Sunday, July 22 – Eugenio Barba and The Odin Teatret

For more than 40 years now, a small band of theatre artists has been working day and night in big cities, small towns and far out places.  They are the Odin Teatret.  They work with consummate skill, diligence and ethics.  Their work creates a delicate touch upon the audience’s heart.  Like all good things, the Odin will pass soon.  In the meantime, their irresistible spirit, sailing like “a paper canoe” churns lessons of craft and revolt in its wake.


Sunday, July 29 – A Sentinel, A Sanctuary.

“It requires discipline, vision, and heart to make something for the world, to make something infinitely precious for yourself, and give it all away. To know how to do that -- know what must be protected, what must be shared, what must be abandoned.”

-Rachel Rutherford


For more information on this series please contact David Greenwood, or (520) 591-2476.





Actor’s Gymnasium, now in its second full year of activity, meets every Saturday from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. at Prescott College Tucson Center, 2233 E. Speedway Blvd.  This workshop is free and open to all interested actors and directors.  The focus of the workshop is on developing an actor’s scenic presence and physical skills.  The workshop requires alert involvement as well as respectful and courteous attitude at all times.  Participants combine work in movement, sound and responsiveness with an exploration of craft in relation to performance and text.  Participants are welcome to attend as their personal schedules permit.  For additional information please contact David Greenwood at (520) 591-2476 or



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Sunday, June 24, 2007

Tucson: "BeBop Meets Broadway" 4 at Beowulf Alley



From: Beth Dell []
Sent: Sunday, June 24, 2007 9:12 AM
Subject: FW: Jazz night reminder



Hi All,


Just a reminder that Beowulf Alley Theatre’s final Jazz Event of this season will be on Tuesday, June 26 at 7:30p. Doors will open at 6:30p. We have been so fortunate to have Tony Frank, Lamont Arthur, Debbie Luna, Evan Dain, Sly Slipetsky and Pete Swan rocking our theatre for this series of 4 Jazz Shows. They have helped us raise a little money and a lot of awareness of our theatre.


This performance will be just a little different than the other three. Barrio will not be open after the show. Instead, the jam will continue right on the Beowulf stage until midnight (or the last die-hard goes home, maybe). Dancing is encouraged. There will be desserts and beverages. And you never know what musician might pop in for the after-party jam.


So don’t forget to buy your tickets for “BeBop Meets Broadway” and support these terrific musicians and our amazing arts community.


Then, on Wednesday night, make it over to Club Congress to hear the Thrift Store Cowboys perform. Some of you have heard them perform at my home. Some of you may have heard them at other venues in town. They mix country, jazz, blues, rock or anything that strikes them into some very original music with some very creative lyrics. They recorded their third CD right here in Tucson in February 2006 and that’s when we adopted them. They are a hard working, talented bunch of musicians who deserve your support. Besides, all of my children have an obligation to provide for me in my old age – biological AND adopted. Mama needs a new pair of shoes.


Both of these events are worth giving up the TV and, together, we can have a great time. See you there!






Beth Dell

Administrative Director

Beowulf Alley Theatre Company

11 S. Sixth Avenue

Tucson, AZ 85701

(520) 622-4460


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Friday, June 22, 2007

Tucson: Teen Advocacy Video Needs Extras

From the Tucson Film Office …


Teen Advocacy Video Needs Extras
Extras are needed for the new teen advocacy video that will be filmed at the Main Library on Sunday, June 24th. All ages are welcome, from babies to great-grandparents and in-between. Extras may be playing the role of library customer, or library staff. Those interested should call Liz Burden at 990-9723, or send email to, and report to the Main Library front doors on Sunday, at 9:00 a.m. Filming should be completed by noon.



Additional info from a prior TTA List post….



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Tucson: Shakespeare Under the Stars

-----Original Message-----
From: []
Sent: Friday, June 22, 2007 3:07 PM
Subject: Shakespeare Under the Stars

Tucson Parks and Recreation
  presents the 20th annual
Shakespeare Under the Stars
     production of

directed by Mary F. Glenn

June 22-July 1
Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 8:00 p.m.

The DeMeester Outdoor Performance Center in Reid Park


For more information, call 791-4873, ext. 0.

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Tucson: Audition - adults with theatre/dance experience



From: []
Sent: Thursday, June 21, 2007 8:31 PM
Subject: submit information


The House of Dance is looking for adults with theatre/dance experience

To perform in our Halloween Spectacular, and Christmas Parade.

Free ballet classes will be provided.

For info contact Artistic Director Carrie Ragsdale at 834-6479

or email at



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Tucson: Composer wanted El Rio Theatre Project

-----Original Message-----
From: Michael Givens []
Sent: Thursday, June 21, 2007 4:04 PM
Subject: Composer wanted El Rio Theatre Project

The newly formed El Rio Theatre Project is looking to contract a music
composer for its Fall production of "Twelfth Night" by William
Shakespeare.  This is a paid contract with the City of Tucson Parks and
Recreation Department.  “Twelfth Night ” will be presented this fall
at the Himmel Park Amphitheater.  Sept. 27 - 30 and Oct. 4 - 7, with
encore performances Oct. 19 & 20 at the new Presidio San  Agustin de
Tucson downtown.  Please inquire at 791-4196 ask for Michael.

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Thursday, June 21, 2007

Tucson: Feature Film casting African American Actor lead

African American Actor Needed

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Date: 2007-06-21, 1:28PM MST

African American Male actor needed, ages 18-23 for Main Lead in feature film. Ideal candidate is a college student or out of high school student taking acting courses. Experience preferred however, but not necessary, if an individual has an interest in acting, you are encouraged to reply. Must be NON-Union, non SAG. Please email a headshot, or photograph and resume.


·         Location: Tucson

·         it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests

·         Compensation: no pay


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Tucson: Audition Technique - Summer Blowout



From: Brian Hale []
Sent: Thursday, June 21, 2007 10:42 AM
Subject: Audition Technique - Summer Blowout


Another Summer Acting Class Blowout
The Studio for Actors

The course is Audition Technique, and for the first and only time, it is being offered as 'take 5 classes, get the 6th class free' ( a $45 value).  You can pay for all 5 classes upfront, or pay $45 a week as you come.

Dates of offer: June 25 - August 27. 

Here's the deal - way too often people call me and say "I have a really important audition in one week - can you get me ready?"- well - it's just not enough time.
As you know, aside from a few independent films, there aren't many things to audition for during the summer in Arizona, so it makes so much sense to prepare ahead of time and then, by the fall when the really big things come in, you'll be ready to absolutely nail auditions for film, stage and TV commercials - yes?
This course is amazing and my approach to auditioning can't be found in books or other auditioning classes because it is based on my own 1500 auditions in NYC and LA.  So, whether you're just starting out, or you've been acting for years, your auditions will now be really great.

Now is the time

About the coach - Anna Risley was in the cast of Saturday Night Live for one year, in two Broadway shows, has done 2 CBS pilots for new situation comedies, some 35 plays, twelve speaking roles in feature films in NYC and L.A. and 30 years of voice over work nationally.

Call for more information - 881-2363, or check out the website for other courses.


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Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Tucson: Children's Entertainer wanted. Ongoing paid gigs.

-----Original Message-----
From: []
Sent: Wednesday, June 20, 2007 4:52 PM
Subject: Children's Entertainer wanted. Ongoing paid gigs.

Entertainer wanted: face painting and balloons Experience preferred but I will train

I am looking for part time help on weekends for my family entertainment business. I pay
$15.00/hr to start with immediate raises once you have some practical experience.
You will be doing face painting, twisting balloon animals and playing games with the kids.
I provide all supplies.
Please call and leave your name and number.   No emails please.
Thank you,
881 8283 hm
247 3103 cell

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Tucson: AUDITIONS The Red Barn Theatre Company: "George M"


AUDITIONS The Red Barn Theatre Company:
"George M"
Auditions July 16-17, 7pm.
A musical based on the life of George M. Cohan. Show Sept. 21st.


948 N. Main Ave TUCSON, AZ 85705

Please call 520-622-6973 for more information



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Tucson: 2 Caucasian Males, (18-23) needed for feature film

2 Actors Needed ASAP



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Date: 2007-06-19, 11:56PM MST



2 Caucasian Males, (18-23) needed for feature film. Must be non-union, non SAG. This is a lead role, so individual must be dedicated. Experience preferred but will make exception to the right talent. Ideal individual is a college student, or out of high school, and in some sort of acting program or taking acting classes.


1st character:

Character is physically trim, anywhere from 5'7 - 6'1. Personality, is a little cocky, self assured, a bit of a smart ass. Characters circumstances is that he is financially unstable. (those that can relate to the circumstances are especially encouraged to respond, the characters humor comes from his impoverished background.)


2nd Character is physically trim, anywhere from 5'7 - 6'1. Personality is extremely reserved, the type of individual that is afraid to speak up. Uncomfortable in large surroundings, unsocial. Characters circumstances is that he is living with his conservative parents which he's conflicted by.


Please send a headshot/resume and or a photo for possible audition. This film will be submitted to numerous film festivals and shooting will begin in late July/August(rehearsals are mandatory but will revolve around the actors time schedules.) Thank you for your time and consideration..... Actor will also be provided with a copy of the DVD and food.



Location: Tucson

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Compensation: no pay



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Tucson: Indie Western casting lead male

casting lead male

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Date: 2007-06-19, 1:11PM MST

Indie Western to be shot summer/fall 2007 in Tucson and San Francisco. Casting lead male: Slender white male 6'or taller. Intense looks and features, tattoos and body ornamentation a +. Please send photo and info.
thank you,


·         Compensation: $10 an hour plus meals and perdium in S.F.

·         Principals only. Recruiters, please don't contact this job poster.

·         Please, no phone calls about this job!

·         Please do not contact job poster about other services, products or commercial interests.


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Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Tucson: Need CAST and CREW for "The 13th Hour" Feature Film

From: Stephanie Joyce []
Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2007 12:59 PM
Subject: Need CAST and CREW for "The 13th Hour" Feature Film

Teo/Ward Productions from L.A. is looking for Cast and Crew to be a part of "The 13th Hour" project.  This film has already secured distribution with Lions Gate even before filming!

We need students and professionals in the Tucson area that are willing to work for experience, credit, and incredible food! The shoot will be professionally catered.  Some compensation will be available for actors only.

A production meeting will be held this Sunday, June, 24th.  Please contact either email below for your respective field and for more

If you are an actors/actresses, please submit headshots and resumes to:

For crew (Grip, Gaffer, Electricians, Production Design Assistants, Production Assistants), please email:

Who:    Pearry Reginald Teo (Writer/Producer/Director), Chad Michael
Ward (Writer/Director), and Stephanie Joyce (Writer/Producer)

What:  We are producing 3 shorts that will make up a feature "The 13th Hour".  The unifying theme of all the shorts is the loss, attainment, or stealing of one's  "soul".

The 13th hour has been recognized as the secret hours according to South East Asian beliefs where bodies can be exhumed and demons can be called for to inhibit the vessels of them. The story of the 13th hour wraps around a man who calls forth 3 demons into the body of a siamese triplet, and the story that weaves around the damned. Think: "Tales of the Crypt" host that weaves 3 stories together.

The Short Stories:

 Troy, an addict of pain, finds meaning in his life other than acts of self destruction in a beautiful girl named Jayme. But while he wants to have a life with her, his soul does not want a life with him. A faithful night visit by an entity named Memphis will change it all.
Sometimes, the purpose of visit from an old familiar may not be the most pleasant thing.

 Lily, a young girl, has got new neighbors. And even though their recluse nature warns Lily to stay away, an event eventually forces her to step into their house. What she finds, is a little asian boy, trapped in a bird cage. Magic Symbols, painted in blood all around him. Lily must find a way to free her new found friend from the crone that lives in the very walls of the condemned house.

 When Hagen taps into the powers of the Ouija Board he tattoos on his back, he discovers the secret to opening the gates for the realm of the dead. But to prove his theory right, he has to venture one more time into the other world and return into another body, that of a little boy. But when he returns, Hagen and his friends realize that they also brought something back along with them.

The Creators:


 Director: Chad Michael Ward
 Producer: Pearry Reginald Teo / Stephanie Joyce
 Screenwriter: Stephanie Joyce


 Director: Chad Michael Ward
 Producer: Pearry Reginald Teo / Stephanie Joyce
 Screenwriter: Timothy Bacon / Chad Michael Ward


 Director / Producer / Screenwriter: Pearry Reginald Teo
 Producer: Stephanie Joyce

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Monday, June 18, 2007

Tucson: Casting for independent short film


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Date: 2007-06-14, 11:47PM MST

Casting for independent short film in Tucson, AZ. Need 4 actors (male) for dark comedy/horror film being shot June 28-July 1, 2007. One lead and three supporting roles available. Auditions will be held June 21, 2007. Email for time and location. Please send head shot or one sheet if available or bring to audition. Not a problem if you don't have one. No pay, but great experience. Film is being shot in Tucson, AZ so you must be local to area or able to travel as needed.


·         Location: Tucson, AZ

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Tucson: Borderlands Theater Extends Earthquake Chica!



From: []
Sent: Monday, June 18, 2007 11:51 AM
Subject: Fwd: Borderlands Theater Extends Earthquake Chica!





Contact: Barclay Goldsmith                                                 06/13/07




Earthquake Chica by Anne Garcia-Romero and produced by Borderlands Theater is being held over for three performances, June 21, 22 and 23. There will be no performance June 24. All performances are at 7:30PM at Beowulf Alley Theatre, 11 S. 6TH Avenue. For reservations and more information call 882-7406.




Performances:                                       June 21, 22, 22 7:30pm

Ticket Prices: $10.75- $16.75 with various discounts.




·      Borderlands Theater, 40 W. Broadway, (520)882-7406 (enter thru Jackson Street).


(For group sales, or to arrange accommodations for patrons with disabilities, please contact the Borderlands Theater Box Office, (520)882-7406


Visit our website at www.


Supported in part by the Tucson Citizen and Tucson Pima Arts Council.




From: Elizabeth Gooden []
Sent: Monday, June 18, 2007 9:28 AM


Top Hat Theatre Club

3110 East Fort Lowell   Tucson, Arizona 85716

(520) 326-6800



For Immediate Release


June 18, 2007




TH, FRI, SAT, AT 7:30 – SUN AT 3:00


UNTIL June 24



May 23, 2007

Contact: Elizabeth Gooden 326-6800



Top Hat Theatre Club presents:



Performance Schedule:

     Thursday, Friday & Saturday at 7:30 and Sunday at 3:00


Preview Performance*: Thursday, JUNE 7 * no interruptions.


Opening night: Friday June 8

Closing: Sunday, June 17


Six different short comedic plays based on the delightfully funny and whimsical short stories of Anton Chekhov.

This production is a two week reprise of last January’s smash hit.



     Bruce Bieszki 

     Steve Cruz

     James Gooden [Chekhov]

     Nell Summers

     Tami Sutton

     James Wilson                                                                

Production Staff:

     Director: James Gooden

     Light & Sound Design: James Wilson

     Costume Design: Elizabeth Gooden

     Stage Manager: Andrzei Proczka


Location: Top Hat’s intimate performance space is located at the South East corner of Fort Lowell and Country Club and is dedicated to presenting fun and entertaining theatre.



     Preview & Thursday performances: 12.00

     Students, seniors and military: 15.00

     Regular tickets: 17.00

     Groups of 10 or more: 12.00 per person, 11.00 previews


Reservations: 326-6800


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