Thursday, July 31, 2008

Tucson: Crew Call - Feature film, Border Story / El Pollo

Border Story / El Pollo


Reply to: borderstorymovie@gmail.com

Date: 2008-07-31, 7:28AM MST

Film Crew Needed "Border Story" - Eleven 11 Productions

"Border Story" is based on an actual event... Illegal immigrant Eliseo
Gomez is robbed by human traffickers (Coyotes) and left alone in the
Arizona desert. In his trek through the hot desert, Eliseo finds Cole, a
young American boy, dehydrated and weak, wandering alone. Eliseo knows
that he must evade the American Border Patrol and Minute Men groups or
risk arrest and deportation, but he also knows that he is young Cole's
only hope of getting to safety and medical care. This film is being
directed by Toby Louie.

Crew Needed:
All departments including...

Camera
Electrical
Sound
Grip
Art Dept
P.A.
Hair/Makeup

Email resume, and demo reel if available to Production Manager, Jenna Louie at:
borderstorymovie@gmail.com

*Submit both UNION and NON-UNION.

Eleven11 Productions
Washington, D.C.
Producer/Director: Toby Louie
Casting Director: David Paul Gillette

Website: www.eleven11pro.com

Shoot schedule: November 2008
Shoot location: Tucson, AZ

 

  • Compensation: Salary, SAG Ultra Low Budget (pending)
  • This is a contract job.
  • 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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Tucson: CYT - Fall classes and auditions

 

 

From: kthuerbach@cyttucson.org [mailto:kthuerbach@cyttucson.org]
Sent: Wednesday, July 30, 2008 9:47 PM
Subject: Fall classes/auditions

 

 

CYT Tucson, a nationally acclaimed non-profit kids' theater, is now accepting Fall registrations for classes that begin on Mondays and Tuesdays, August 4 and 5. The classes run from 6pm-8pm for children ages 6-18 and run until October 13 and 14. Classes offered in all forms of the theater arts. Locations on the Northwest and the East sides of Tucson.  Call 751-7510 for more information. www.cyttucson.org

 

Also:

 

CYT Tucson, a national non-profit kids' theater,  will be auditioning kids ages 13-18 for the upcoming musical production of "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" (Andrew Lloyd Weber/Tim Rice) on Friday, August 8 and Saturday, August 9.  Cast will include up to 75 kids.  Kids must be enrolled in a Fall CYT class to be eligible to audition. Auditions will be held at the University of Arizona Music Building Room 162.  All performances at the UA.  Call 751-7510 for details. www.cyttucson.org

 

And:

 

CYT Tucson, a national non-profit kids' theater, will be auditioning kids ages 8-12 for the upcoming musical production of "Charlotte's Web" on Friday, August 15 and Saturday, August 16. Cast will include up to 80 kids. Kids must be enrolled in a Fall CYT class to be eligible to audition. Auditions will be held at the University of Arizona Music Building Room 162. All performances at the Proscenium Theater, Pima Community College. Call 751-7510 for details.  www.cyttucson.org

 

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Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Tucson: Tucson Youth Theatre Seeking teachers for the Fall

 

 

From: Tucyouth@aol.com [mailto:Tucyouth@aol.com]
Sent: Wednesday, July 30, 2008 8:51 AM
To: drmemory@pipeline.com
Subject: Follow up for Tucson Youth Theatre

 

     TUCSON YOUTH THEATER

    Looking for the following teachers :

   Improvisation Teacher/Acting  101

      Paid $15.OO HR

Seeking teachers for the Fall. (Starting September 9th)

Must be experience and/or be qualified to teach preferred subject.

Tucson Youth Theatre is a new children's theatre where everyone is welcomed. Come join our teaching staff!

We exists to create extraordinary theatre experiences,
and to advance theatre as a means of educating, challenging and inspiring young people.
We provide the youth of Southern Arizona opportunities to gain stage experience and learn
all about theatre by producing several shows each year as well as multiple workshops,
after school programs, and training classes taught by professional educators.

 Requirements: aged 20+

If you do not have a fingerprint clearance card - we will assign you a teachers assistant.

Location: Cienega High School

Contact: Adrian Maynard 245-9440

Payment details: $13 -$15 per hour depending on experience

Any gender, aged 20 to 80
Commitment and enthusiasm essential.
Apply by sending resume or request to Adrian Maynard @ tucyouth@aol.com 

www.tucsonyouththeatre.org 

Note: We are renting the Cienega facility please do not contact them for a teaching position with Tucson Youth Theatre 

 

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Tucson: Additional Auditions, OKLAHOMA -RED BARN THEATRE COMPANY

 

 

From: WILLIAM JOANNE OTDM ANDERSON [mailto:hoptoad_1@msn.com]
Sent: Tuesday, July 29, 2008 10:04 PM
Subject: OKLAHOMA AUDITIONS

 

THE RED BARN THEATRE COMPANY IS LOOKING FOR 2-3 MEN FOR PARTS IN OKLAHOMA. ONE OF THE PARTS IS A LEAD AS SOMEONE HAD TO DROP OUT. THE SHOW OPENS ON SEPTEMBER 19TH FOR 3 WEEKENDS. REHEARSALS ARE   TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAYS AT 7 PM.  IF YOU ARE INTERESTED OR KNOW SOMEONE PLEASE CALL THE THEATRE AT 622-6973 OR COME BY THE THEATRE AT 948 N. MAIN. 

 

 JOANNE ANDERSON   DIRECTOR.

 

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Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Tucson: Arizona Theatre Company's 2008 Gala

 

 

From: Arizona Theatre Company [mailto:aztheatreco@aztheatreco.pmailus.com]
Sent: Tuesday, July 29, 2008 11:05 AM
Subject: Arizona Theatre Company's 2008 Gala Honors John Hudak

 

For Immediate Release

July 28, 2008

Bevan Brunelle Bluemer: 520.884.8210 Ext. 8205

ARIZONA THEATRE COMPANY'S GALA 2008 HONORS JOHN HUDAK

Glittering fundraiser for ATC’s education and community programs

For the past sixteen years, Arizona Theatre Company’s annual Gala has launched the Tucson arts season and has become a glittering local tradition. ATC celebrates the 2008-2009 Season on Saturday, September 27, 2008 with its seventeenth annual Gala at the historic Temple of Music and Art. Dine and dance under the stars with ATC artists, supporters and staff after a special performance of Enchanted April.

Co-chairs for Gala 2008 are Beth Bank, Financial Advisor with Merrill Lynch, and Amy Courson of Strickland and Strickland, P.C. Committee members include: Jill Becker, Betsy Bolding, Kendra Conners, Jan Copeland, Kate Garner, Laurie Glaser, Robert Glaser, Patricia Hanna, Donna Haskell, Tori Congdon Hill, Marv Kirchler, Rhonda Knotts, Jill Madden, Susan McAnally, Claudine Messing, Brianne Moore, Linda “Mac” Perlich, Emily Rosenberg Pollock, John and Helen Schaefer, Bill Smith, Clague and Sally Van Slyke, and Arlene Webster.

The evening begins at 5:00 PM with a wine and hors d’oeuvres reception in the courtyard of the Temple of Music and Art, located at 330 S. Scott Avenue in downtown Tucson, followed by the Gala performance of Enchanted April by Matthew Barber from the novel by Elizabeth von Arnim. After the performance, attendees will enjoy dinner by Carte Blanche Catering and dancing to the sounds of Joe Bourne and Friends.

To those who appreciate wisteria and sunshine. Small castle on the Mediterranean, Northern Italy, to be let for the month of April.  That simple newspaper notice seduces a quartet of British women to rent a villa for one blissful spring in 1921, where their lives of ordered regularity blossom into glorious disarray.  Seduced by cinnamon breezes, they learn to let their hair, and their guards, down and awaken to the simple joys of friendship, love and marriage. A Tony-nominated Broadway hit based on the best-selling novel, Enchanted April is a heartwarming, verdant comedy about the romantic rediscovery of life's enchantments.  “A lush, thoroughly refreshing theatrical holiday. A magical triumph.” - LA Times.

This year, ATC will honor John Hudak with the 2008 Georgy Award, named after longtime Tucsonan and ATC Trustee Emeritus George Rosenberg. The Georgy Award is presented annually to recognize the significant impact that certain individuals or organizations have had on ATC and on the arts in Arizona.

John Hudak first joined Madden Media, then Madden Publishing, in 1987 as the first editor of Tucson Guide when there were just five employees and two magazines. Today, the company has more than 100 employees and works with 60 destination marketing organizations to promote tourism in 36 states.  The company’s award-winning publications and marketing campaigns reach more than 120 million consumers annually. Mr. Hudak has contributed significantly to the company's impressive growth. As Publisher, John is the top authority to the company’s editing, design, and advertising teams. During his decades at Madden, Mr. Hudak has shaped the editorial missions of Madden’s local publications, such as Tucson HOME Magazine and Tucson Guide, and the company’s direction as a whole.

After graduating from the University of Arizona, Mr. Hudak helped start the Annual Tucson Poetry Festival, which just celebrated its 26th annual festival. Mr. Hudak then became very active in the Downtown Tucson art scene of the 1980’s and helped found the Downtown Arts District Partnership, and the Tucson Arts Coalition with the sole purpose of maintaining affordable opportunities for artists to live and work in Downtown Tucson.  It was this organization that Mr. Hudak became the spokesperson and chairman of the campaign to “Save the Temple of Music and Art” from demolition.

Mr. Hudak was twice appointed by the Governor to serve as a Commissioner for the Arizona Commission on the Arts.  He was recently honored by the Tucson Pima Arts Council when he won the prestigious 2008 Lumie Award for Arts Supporter.  The Lumie Award is given each year by the Tucson Pima Arts Council to honor individual efforts in supporting the arts in Pima County.  Mr. Hudak was also honored this year by the Tucson Advertising Federation with the Golden Pen Award, which is given each year to an outstanding professional in the print advertising community of Southern Arizona.

A complete biography for John Hudak, Beth Bank and Amy Courson can be found at: http://aztheatreco.org/documents/08-09_ATC_Gala_Bios.pdf.

Arizona Theatre Company’s Gala 2008 is its major fundraiser of the year to support education and community-based programs that enhance the theatre experience and foster artists and audiences for the future. Generous support for this event has been provided by The Jim Click Automotive Team, and Joan and Donald Diamond as Platinum Sponsors; and Paul and Alice Baker, and Wells Fargo as Gold Sponsors.

Tickets for this black tie event are available for $200 each or a table of ten for $2000. Reservations and ticket purchases can be made by calling Marcia Scupin at 520.884.8210 x 8303.

 

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More Information

For more information about Arizona Theatre Company's education and community programs, or to view the 2008-2009 season, visit www.arizonatheatre.org.

Click HERE for more information about ATC's 2008-2009 Season.

 

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Monday, July 28, 2008

Tucson Youth Theatre Fall Workshops

 

 

From: Tucyouth@aol.com [mailto:Tucyouth@aol.com]
Sent: Monday, July 28, 2008 5:52 PM
Subject: Tucson Youth Theatre Fall Workshops

 

Tucson Youth Theatre Fall Workshops

Fall Theatre Workshops For Students Grades K-12th: September 9 - October 10

Tucson Youth Theatre is thrilled to offer six exciting theatre workshops for students of all ages and experience at half the price:

  • Acting 101
  • How To Audition
  • Improvisation
  • Playwriting 101
  • Stage Combat (ages 14 and up)
  • Voice

TYT Fall Theatre Workshops will be held at Cienega High School in Vail, Arizona. Classes start on Sept. 9 and continue through Oct. 9. Classes are every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm. On Friday, October 10, each class will showcase their talent and progress for the entire community with a special final performance.

REGISTRATION
TYT Fall Workshop enrollment fee is only $85 per student. Visit our website for enrollment forms and information about each class. All enrollment forms and fees must be received by August 22nd. Learn more about each class and download an enrollment form.

Save $10 Per Class
Download a coupon and save $10 per class. You pay only $75 when you return this coupon with your enrollment.

Parents and Volunteers
If you are interested in volunteering as an instructor's aide or helping with the final performance, please contact us at (520) 245-9440.

Tucson Youth Theatre
PO Box 41812
Tucson, AZ 85717

(520) 245-9440
TucsonYouthTheatre.org

 

Tucson Youth Theatre is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.



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Tucson: EXTRAS CALL - CHAOS EFFECT directed by Jon Proudstar

-----Original Message-----
From: surealoutthere@yahoo.com
Sent: Monday, July 28, 2008 5:22 PM
Subject: CHAOS EFFECT, CALLING EXTRAS

If you would like to be an extra in THE CHAOS EFFECT, a full-feature Tucson
production
directed by Jon Proudstar, please call Tina at 520.881.8313.


Where: Club Level (East side of Campbell & South of River)
4280 N Campbell Ave #37, 85718
520-615-3835

When: Thursday July 31, 2008, 7:30 - 10:30pm

Dress: Clubbing Clothes, please bring an extra outfit

No Pay but you will receive credit on feature film

please call Tina at (520) 881-8313

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Tucson: Live Theatre Workshop Fall Theatre Classes

-----Original Message-----
From: Live Theatre Worskshop [mailto:livethworkshop@qwestoffice.net]
Sent: Monday, July 28, 2008 4:14 PM
Subject: Live Theatre Workshop Fall Theatre Classes

Live Theatre Workshop announces it's Fall Theatre Education classes.

Musical Theatre, Playmaking, Classics, and many other great theatre
classes will begin the weeks of August 4th.

Many classes are available for students ages 3 and up.

For information on class schedules, prices, and registration
visit our website at livetheatreworkshop.org
or call Michael at 520-327-0160

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Tucson: Top Hat Theatre Club presents REPRISE PERFORMANCE of FIRESIDE CHATS WITH FDR

 

 

From: TOP HAT THEATRE [mailto:tophattheatre@cox.net]
Sent: Monday, July 28, 2008 2:37 PM
To: TOP HAT THEATRE
Subject: FDR REPRISE

 

Top Hat Theatre Club

3110 East Fort Lowell   Tucson, Arizona 85716

(520) 326-6800

 

For Immediate Release

 

July 28 2008

Contact: James or Elizabeth Gooden 520-326-6800

E-mail: tophattheatre@cox.net

 

FIRESIDE CHATS WITH FDR

REPRISE PERFORMANCE 

 

Performance Schedule:

   Labor Day Monday Sept 1 at 1:00

 

James Gooden reprises his historical presentation of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Fireside Chats.  Material covers the time period starting with his election in 1933 to his death in 1945.  Additional material presented will be his first inaugural address and his Pearl Harbor speech before congress.  Elizabeth Gooden appears as Eleanor Roosevelt, providing background and interpretation.

 

Note: The 4th of July presentation sold out and a second performance was added.

 

Cast:

James Gooden as FDR

Elizabeth Gooden as Eleanor Roosevelt

 

Production Staff:

   Directed & Adapted by: James Gooden

   Set Design: James Gooden

   Light & Sound Design: Iain Shields

   Costume Design: Elizabeth Gooden & Nell Summers

 

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.

 

Admission: 12.00

  

Reservations: 520-326-6800

 

More information can be found at:

 

tophattheatreclub.com

 

Photo ID: James Gooden as FDR

Sunday, July 27, 2008

Tucson: Actors/Extras Needed for Music Video

Actors/Extras Needed for Music Video (Tucson)


Reply to: tony@jollyville.com
Date: 2008-07-26, 11:07AM MST

Jollyville Records is seeking extras for its newest music video. The video is for a song called “The Office” by Fading Babies, a hip-hop duo out of the UK.

It takes place in an office. We need about 15-20 people, mixed gender, mixed age.

Most of the roles are background extras, to make the office look busy. Some of the roles require minor acting. For example, there’s the boss who’s yelling at one of the workers, there’s the man struggling to stay awake, there’s the woman passed out from the previous night’s partying.

Shooting will be two days, a few hours each day. It is scheduled for 8/6 and 8/7, though that could change based on actor and office availability.

We cannot offer compensation but we can offer a fun time and a chance to make some new friends. You’ll receive a credit and a free CD when the album is finished. There will be food at the shoot, and maybe an after-party.

Email tony@jollyville.com for more information.

 

  • Location: Tucson
  • it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests
  • Compensation: no pay

 

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Friday, July 25, 2008

Tucson: SEASON AUDITIONS - ARIZONA ROSE THEATRE COMPANY

AUDITIONS

 

 

AUDITIONS FOR THE

ARIZONA ROSE THEATRE COMPANY’S

2008/2009 SEASON WILL BE HELD ON

 

 

AUGUST 9th FROM

10am until 12pm

at the Berger Performing Arts Center

1200 W Speedway Blvd.

 

This is a first interview. If you have pics and resume

please bring them. Callback auditions will follow.

 

PLEASE HAVE A PREPARED MONOLOGUE AND AN

A CAPELLA MUSICAL SELECTION (There will not be an accompanist provided.)

 

Call (520)888-0509

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS.

 

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Thursday, July 24, 2008

Tucson: Male Latino (or can play Latino) actor needed

Male Latino (or can play Latino) actor needed (Central Tucson)


Reply to: lighthorse5@yahoo.com
Date: 2008-07-24, 12:50PM MST

Male who looks like he is in his 20's for a stage play in one of Tucson's best theatres.
Must either look Latino or can play Latino.
Short stature and slight build a plus.
There will be a stipend.
Please send resume, photo and you MUST include a phone number.
Thank you

 

  • Location: Central Tucson
  • it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests
  • Compensation: no pay

 

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Tucson: Dinnerware Artspace presents Ignite Tucson

Need an audience to tell your story to?  Here’s an interesting item from the Tucson Weekly…

 

Setting Tucson Ablaze

Ignite Tucson
7 p.m., Thursday, July 31
the Screening Room
127 E. Congress St.
792-4503

While many Tucsonans think it couldn't possibly get any hotter this time of year, the creative folks at Dinnerware Artspace are ready to heat things up with Ignite Tucson.

Ignite Tucson is a chance for anyone to stand up in front of a group for five minutes and discuss a topic--absolutely any topic--that "awes" or "inspires" you, says David Aguirre, of Dinnerware Artspace. The presenter will also have a PowerPoint project consisting of 20 slides, with each slide running for 15 seconds, projected on a big screen behind them, Aguirre says.

Aguirre described the event as full of "networking, laughing and free thinking." And don't worry; Nimbus will be providing beer if you need a little liquid courage before presenting.

Five people had already signed up to present as of our press deadline, and Aguirre says he expects about 10 more to step up.

The staff at Dinnerware Artspace discovered a Web site for an Ignite Portland event and thought, "Why not do that in Tucson?" Aguirre says.

Next week's Ignite Tucson is just a chance for Dinnerware Artspace to "get their feet wet" before working on another Ignite Tucson in the fall.

Anyone can sign up for Ignite

Tucson, but first must contact Aguirre in advance, by phone or e-mail. All PowerPoint presentations must be made beforehand and be on a CD or DVD, able to run on a Macintosh. A $5 donation is suggested, for the Screening Room and to help cover the cost of the Nimbus beer. --C.E.

 

 

 

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Wednesday, July 23, 2008

ARIZONA ONSTAGE PRODUCTIONS presents Songs for a New World




From: Kevinj65@aol.com [mailto:Kevinj65@aol.com]
Sent: Tuesday, July 22, 2008 11:19 PM
Subject: Arizona Onstage Productions - SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD - $10 student/teacher tix




ARIZONA ONSTAGE PRODUCTIONS


Presents




By Jason Robert Brown


Directed by Kevin Johnson


Associate Direction and Choreography by Debbie Runge



Arizona Onstage Productions, a Tucson-based, multi-award winning professional theater company (Sunday in the Park with George, Elegies, BARK!) continues to bring fresh, exciting and bold music theater works to the Old Pueblo - our newest offering is Tony Award-winning composer Jason Robert Brown's SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD. As told by six dynamic singer/actors, as well as a professional onstage band, full lighting and set, SONGS musically explores the world of change – in life, in family and love. Starting with the founding of America and going past today, common themes are addressed from different and dynamic angles. SONGS has a running time of 95 minutes with no intermission.



"A show that gives us not only hope but proof that theater music is still being written that fills the brain, the heart and soul of audiences wanting, wishing, and hoping for a "New World" of musicals for the stage – and beyond."


- TIME OUT, NEW YORK CITY



Featuring Liz Cracchiolo, Charity LaPonsie, Jody Mullen, Marcus Terrell Smith and Jacinda Swinehart. Musical Direction (and additional vocals) by Khris Dodge, Lighting Design by Scot Gianelli and Zachary Ciaburri, Sound Design by Jon Marbry and Costume Design by Robin Sweet.



WHAT: SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD - A Tucson Musical Premiere playing August 29th – September 7th for SIX performances only.



WHERE: Proscenium Theater Pima West Center for the Arts Proscenium Theater, 2202 W. Anklam Road



The Proscenium Theater offers state-of-the-art seating and central air-conditioning, as well as excellent sound and sight lines. Every seat is a good seat. Although seating is 'open,' we will be glad to accommodate special needs. The Box Office opens one hour prior to show, and seating begins 30 minutes before each performance.



WHEN:


Fridays 8/29*, 9/5, 8pm; Saturdays 8/30, 9/6, 8pm; Sundays 8/31, 9/7, 3pm.



Tickets: $27.50 general, $25 student/senior/military/teacher. *Preview prices $20 and $15. ALSO available - our special private box seat package – a $100 donation to Arizona Onstage productions gives you a private box for two and early seating, as well as chilled sparkling beverages, fresh flowers, a chilled plate of fresh fruit and chocolates, and a signed poster by the cast.


Go to www.arizonaonstage.org and click "tickets" – then go to the date you wish to see the show, and click under 'show additional prices' – and enter the word STUDENT or call 1-800-838-3006 and (24/7) for a live operator to take your order with no service charge. Be sure to ask for the $10 student/teacher price – and again the code word is STUDENT.



SPECIAL $10 STUDENT/TEACHER PRICE – ADVANCE ORDER ONLY… $10 tickets! Please read carefully: An anonymous friend of Arizona Onstage Productions has acknowledged the importance of SONGS, especially for students/teachers who might not otherwise have the opportunity to witness quality live musical theater written by a young composer. In order to encourage these students/teachers to be able to see SONGS, this friend has allowed Arizona Onstage Productions to offer $10 tickets for active students/teachers. This offer is for the first 50 student/teacher tickets per performance sold at least two hours before curtain of every performance. These tickets will go quickly, so the sooner you order, the better your chances are.



CONDITIONS FOR $10 Student/Teacher tickets:



*Students/teachers must purchase their ticket online at least 2 hours before each performance at www.arizonaonstage.org – when you see the box for 'show additional prices' enter the word STUDENT. There is no need to arrive earlier than normal – just make sure that you have a ticket or a print-out of your conformation from Brown Paper Tickets. Again, there is no service charge.


*Each $10 ticket holder will be asked to show his or her valid Student/Teacher I.D. Only one ticket is accepted per I.D. This will be strictly enforced.


*No $10 Discount tickets will be sold at the theater. If someone arrives at the theater expecting to purchase a $10 ticket at the box office, he or she will be asked to go online and purchase a ticket for a subsequent performance. Students/teachers will also have the option to purchase a discounted ticket for $25 if they do not wish to wait for the next performances.


*$10 Student/teacher Discount tickets apply ONLY to the FIRST 50 tickets per performance sold in advance online.



Seating is open, so if you have non-students in your party, you will still be able to sit together if you wish.



If you have any questions not answered in this press release, or you cannot find an answer to your specific question, you can call our local volunteer help line at 882.6574. Please note that this is indeed a volunteer line, and you may need to leave a message. Please do not call before or after 9am – 5pm. Thank you for this consideration.



Book your reservations now for a show that Newsweek calls "Impressive and unstoppable."



www.arizonaonstage.org or call 1-800-838-3006



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Tucson: ATC Offers Unique Twist on Theatre Experience with GIRLS' NIGHT OUT

 

 

From: Arizona Theatre Company [mailto:aztheatreco@aztheatreco.pmailus.com]
Sent: Wednesday, July 23, 2008 10:22 AM
Subject: ATC Offers Unique Twist on Theatre Experience with GIRLS' NIGHT OUT

 

 

 

For Immediate Release

July 22, 2008

Bevan Brunelle Bluemer: 520.884.8210 Ext. 8205

ATC OFFERS UNIQUE TWIST ON THEATRE EXPERIENCE WITH GIRLS’ NIGHT OUT

Join Arizona Theatre Company, 92.9 The Mountain, Khor Vodka, La Encantada, Red Door Spa, and Tucson Lifestyle Magazine for a season of serious indulgence with Girls’ Night Out. Guests will treat themselves to pampering from Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa, intriguing cocktails from Khor Vodka, and luxury extras from La Encantada. Each private and ticketed pre-show party begins at 6:30 PM in the Art Gallery, upstairs at the Temple of Music and Art in downtown Tucson. Curtain time for each show is 7:30 PM.

THE LADY WITH ALL THE ANSWERS – Thursday, October 23, 2008
Based on real events and actual letters, spend an intimate evening with the queen of advice, Ann Landers, as she shares secrets, personal revelations and some juicy tidbits from her multitude of readers.  “A smile-inducing, tear duct-activating reunion with a woman who might have been a stranger but seemed like family…engaging from beginning to end” - LA Times. 

HAIR – Thursday, December 4, 2008
Hair gave a generation of young Americans a way to express themselves through music that gloriously combined rock-and-roll with Broadway craft.  If you experienced it then, you’ll want to groove to it again. If you were too young the first time around, come discover what the fuss was all about as ATC stages a glorious new production of Hair to celebrate its 40th Anniversary. Contains mature language and nudity.

SOMEBODY/NOBODY – Thursday, March 12, 2009 
In this hilarious world premiere comedy about Hollywood, fame and the TMZ, renowned playwright Jane Martin takes dead aim at our culture of celebrity. So you think you want to be famous?  So did teen idol and “shark-movie” star Sheena Keener, the darling of the press, the obsession of the paparazzi, and the goddess of the E! Channel.  But now she can’t stand to be looked at anymore and her Godzilla of an agent is on the warpath. When Sheena ends up on the doorstep of na├»ve newcomer Loli, a recent arrival from Flatt, Kansas, it’s a wild ride on the road to fame.  Somebody/Nobody is a laugh-out-loud look at modern life and our unending quest for fifteen minutes of fame. 

6-play packages range from $129 to $270
3-play packages range from $105 to $153 

The fabulous cocktails, goodies and pampering are all included in the package pricing.

A $10 pre-show party upgrade is available for all single ticket purchases.

For more information contact the ATC Box Office at 520.622.2823 or visit www.gno.arizonatheatre.org.

 

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Tucson: Stories that Soar! Auditions

Stories that Soar! Auditions Aug. 9 and Aug. 30 (at Solar Culture)


Reply to: contact@storiesthatsoar.org
Date: 2008-07-22, 4:53PM MST

WANTED: Multi-talented performers with skills in theatre, movement, voice, comedy, acrobatics, stage combat, and/or digital media to be a part of the Stories that Soar! 2008-09 ensemble. Join this rapidly growing organization which serves youth by bringing children's original stories to life through innovative performance. Adults of all shapes, colors and sizes encouraged to audition. Creativity and ability to work well with other is mandatory. If you like fast-paced, high energy collaborative projects, this is for you! As an ensemble member you will have opportunity to perform AND schedule flexibility. Visit www.storiesthatsoar.org for more info. Call 520.975.9970 to schedule your audition.

 

  • Location: at Solar Culture
  • Compensation: $300 - $385 per project based on experience
  • This is a part-time job.
  • This is a contract job.
  • This is at a non-profit organization.
  • Principals only. Recruiters, please don't contact this job poster.
  • Phone calls about this job are ok.
  • Please do not contact job poster about other services, products or commercial interests.

 

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Tucson: Production Directors Wanted - paid

Project Directors Wanted


Reply to: contact@storiesthatsoar.org
Date: 2008-07-22, 4:52PM MST

Seeking experienced directors capable of facilitating a fast-paced, high-energy collaborative process with multi-talented actors and musicians.


Now is your chance to become a paid member of the 2008-09 Stories that Soar! leadership team. Stories that Soar! is a literacy and performing arts program in which adult performers bring children's stories to life through innovative performance. Project directors must be: excellent communicators, dependable, and creative thinkers. You must be comfortable with computers/basic technology and be able to communicate musical ideas in addition to overseeing the project. Experience in non-traditional theatre settings is a plus. The position includes some level of schedule flexibility. Call 520.975.9970 to schedule an interview.

  • Compensation: Up to $500 per project with proper training
  • This is a part-time job.
  • This is a contract job.
  • This is at a non-profit organization.
  • Principals only. Recruiters, please don't contact this job poster.
  • Phone calls about this job are ok.
  • Please do not contact job poster about other services, products or commercial interests.

 

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Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Tucson: Job opportunity - TYT IMPROV -CLASS INSTRUCTOR $15 HR

 

 

From: Tucyouth@aol.com [mailto:Tucyouth@aol.com]
Sent: Tuesday, July 22, 2008 5:14 PM
Subject: TYT IMPROV -CLASS INSTRUCTOR $15 HR

 

TUCSON YOUTH THEATER

    NOW INTERVIEWING:

   Improvisation Teacher

      Paid $15.OO HR

(All other positions are currently filled)

Seeking teacher for the Fall. (Starting September 9th)

Must be experience and/or be qualified to teach preferred subject.

Tucson Youth Theatre is a new children's theatre where everyone is welcomed. Come join our teaching staff!

We exists to create extraordinary theatre experiences,
and to advance theatre as a means of educating, challenging and inspiring young people.
We provide the youth of Southern Arizona opportunities to gain stage experience and learn
all about theatre by producing several shows each year as well as multiple workshops,
after school programs, and training classes taught by professional educators.

 

Requirements: aged 20+

Must have current fingerprint clearance card

Location: Vail 

Payment details: $13 -$15 per hour depending on experience

Any gender, aged 20 to 80
Commitment and enthusiasm essential.
Apply by sending resume or request to Adrian Maynard @ tucyouth@aol.com 



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Tucson: Audition - young girl / Rogue Theatre's SIX CHARACTERS IN SEARCH OF AN AUTHOR

-----Original Message-----
From: David M [mailto:dinsea@yahoo.com]
Sent: Tuesday, July 22, 2008 9:39 AM
Subject: SIX CHARACTERS IN SEARCH OF AN AUTHOR

The Rogue Theatre is looking for a young girl to be a part of SIX CHARACTERS IN SEARCH OF AN AUTHOR. The character is four years old, but we would prefer a girl who is six or seven (or thereabouts) who is small for her age. Performances run September 18 – August 5 (Thursday through Sunday); rehearsals could start as late as September 2.

SIX CHARACTERS IN SEARCH OF AN AUTHOR is a story in which a theatre company, rehearsing a new play, is interrupted by a small family claiming they are characters created and subsequently abandoned by their original author. What follows is an exploration of the nature of reality and the world of the art, as the characters strive to convince the theatre company to finish their story.

If you know of a budding young actress who would like to be a part of fascinating and wonderful project, please call David Morden at (520) 245-2456.

The Rogue Theatre's mission is to create the highest quality theatre possible, challenging, stretching, and invigorating our community. We emphasize language, by placing primary value on quality language and literature; ensemble, by developing performers who seek continuous improvement and creating an academy for training ourselves and emerging theatre artists; and challenging ideas, by presenting plays which offer complex and provocative points of view related to important social, political, and personal issues.


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Monday, July 21, 2008

Tucson: Cast and Crew Call - independent short film "Campfire Story '08"

Sunday, July 20, 2008

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*** UPDATED*** Casting / Crew Call

Are you interested in being part of an independent short film?  Snuf Film is still looking for cast and crew for our new Youtube Project, Campfire Story '08.


 What do you get for helping?

An exclusive Snuf Film shirt.

Meals & beverages while on set.

A copy of the finished project on DVD.

On screen credit.

The bragging rights of saying you've been part of a Snuf Film!

This project will be shot just outside of Red Rock, AZ.  Shoot date is tentatively scheduled for August 30th and will be a one day shoot.  First call will be 1 pm on August 30th and will continue until all shots are completed (projected to be no more that 12 to 16 hours).

Who we are looking for:

Cast

Male actor
- Early 20's, skinny to athletic build.  Prefer someone who has or is willing to grow a mustache or beard.

Child (Male or female) - 8 - 12 years old.

Crew
Production Assistant (1)
- A production assistant, also known as a PA, is an entry-level job title used in filmmaking and television for a person responsible for various aspects of a production.

Sound Tech (Boom Operator) - A boom operator is responsible for using the boom microphone to record dialogue from the actors.  Must know or be willing to learn the principles of using a boom microphone.

Craft Services (1) - Craft Services or food preparation will be responsible for preparing the two meals that will be served on set as well as set up, clean up and break down of the craft services area.  Prefer someone who is proficient at cooking on a grill.

Security (1) - Responsible for security on set.  Focus will be keeping onlookers off set.

 

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Sunday, July 20, 2008

Tucson: August IFASA Meeting - Film Festival Strategies

 

 

From: mclaff9@earthlink.net
Sent: Sunday, July 20, 2008 1:20 PM
Subject: [IFASA] August IFASA Meeting - Film Festival Strategies, 4 August

 

The August IFASA meeting will be held on Monday, August 4 at 6:00 PM at Access Tucson, 124 E. Broadway.  The meeting will feature Mia Schnaible, of the Arizona International Film Festival, who will discuss film festival strategies for filmmakers.  Everyone is welcome.  Bring guests.  There is no charge.  Visit www.ifasa.net for more info or write to president@ifasa.net with any questions.

 

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