Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Borderlands Theater audition - actress for production of GUAPA


From: Eva Tessler [mailto:wetborderdog@hotmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, July 31, 2012 9:24 PM
Subject: Borderlands Theater audition notice


Borderlands is looking for an actress for its production of GUAPA by Caridad Svich. Latina, Native American or African American late teens/early twenties. Bring a 2 minute monologue , bio and headshot. Monday August 6 at 7 pm at Borderlands Theater 40 W. Broadway (enter through Jackson). Call 882-8607 and leave a message for an appointment.
Also looking for Stage Manager for the same production. GUAPA runs October 4-21.

Eva Tessler
Associate Artistic Director
Borderlands Theater



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Dance Scholarship offer from Center Stage Dance Studio


From: j [mailto:eirrac007@aol.com]
Sent: Tuesday, July 31, 2012 3:03 PM
Subject: Fwd: Dance Scholarship offer from Center Stage Dance Studio


Center Stage Dance Studio

is offering a dance scholarships for male dancers who are interested in training in dance and performing in their fall and spring dance concerts.

For more information please call Katrina at (520) 449-7986



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Flamenco Technique & Palmas Workshop at ZUZI!


From: ZUZI! Dance Company, School & Theater [mailto:zuzisphere@gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, July 31, 2012 8:05 AM
Subject: August Events: Check out our workshops!



ZUZI! Dance Company, School & Theater



Flamenco Technique & Palmas Workshop


Barbara Schuessler


Palmas (rhythmic hand clapping) to various flamenco rhythms will be taught, as well as some rhythmic footwork technique. No shoes necessary. This intensive requires no previous experience in flamenco. Taught by special guest artist Barbara Schuessler aka Barbara "La Flamencista". Experience the rhythms of the cante jondo and the cante chica.


Date and Time:

Mondays August 6, 13, 20 from 7-8pm Saturdays August 11 & 18 from 2-3:30pm

Cost: $15 per class, $65 entire workshop

Age Restrictions: 16 and up



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Casting for Latino Voter Registration Public Service Announcement


From: Idiom Union [mailto:idiomunion@gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, July 31, 2012 12:46 AM
Subject: Casting for Latino Voter Registration Public Service Announcement

Idiom Union is casting to shoot a Latino voter registration public service announcement that will be made available for broadcast on Arizona television stations.

A Latino family of six is seated around a kitchen table.  Two grandparents, two parents, and two college aged "children" are talking and eating breakfast.  One of the children has just turned 18 and wants to know how to register to vote.  One of the parents says that it is a waste of time as all of the politicians are the same -- they are all just out for themselves.  However, one of the grandparents steps in and says that's right, they are all the same in that if you don't register to vote all of the politicians will ignore you and if you do register they all will do what they have to do to get your vote.  Then the other parent explains to the family (and the audience) how to register.

The ages of the actors are somewhat interdependent (that is, if we cast older parents we will cast older grandparents), but the two college aged children should be between 16 and 25 (male or female), the two parents (one male and one female) should be between 35 and 55,  and the two grandparents (one male and one female) should be between 60 and 85.

We will audition for all roles on Saturday, August 11, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at the Historic YMCA (738 North Fifth Avenue) (University and Fifth Avenue).

Respond here to schedule a time to audition.  Indicate the best time for your audition and provide a resume and head shot (if you have them).  There is no monetary compensation, but each actor will receive a digital copy of the public service announcement.

Idiom Union Pictures




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Monday, July 30, 2012

MarK Travis Acting Workshop Scottsdale Sept 8-9

Dear TTA List Members,


I usually don't post opportunities in the Phoenix metro, but a fellow list member and good friend adds this note:


"This is of interest to Tucson actors, filmmakers, writers etc.  Mark has held workshops before in Tucson that were well attended and received; and many Tucson area actors and filmmakers have travelled to Phoenix when he has had workshops there."




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From: harrishere@comcast.net [mailto:harrishere@comcast.net]
Sent: Monday, July 30, 2012 12:47 PM
Subject: MarK Travis Acting Workshop Scottsdale Sept 8-9




Workshop  - Scottsdale Sept 8-9, 2012


Most actors are not prepared or trained to deal with three of most consistent and perplexing obstacles that an actor has to face.

1. a script that is either incomprehensible or presents no clues to character or event

2. a scene partner that is inexperienced, uncooperative or inflexible

3. a director who is unclear, unsupportive, can't communicate or is totally unavailable (this the often the most serious and problematic obstacle actors face).

This is where the Actor's 9-1-1 comes in. In The Actor's 9-1-1 skilled actors will learn how to find directorial solutions to these problems: how to make weak material work, how to direct themselves and even how to direct others (their scene partners) in an appropriate and non-threatening manner.


The Actor's 9-1-1 covers:

  • Survival techniques for any acting situation
  • Finding the hidden meaning in the scene
  • How to translate 'result' directing into organic behavior
  • Creating dynamic objectives and obstacles that will bring any scene to life
  • How to 'direct' your scene partners without them knowing it
  • Adapting bad staging into dynamic, organic staging
  • Self-staging in order to stimulate your character and others
  • And much, much more …

When actors learn to think like directors (solving problems rather than being crippled by them) then they can take more control of their craft.

DATE: Saturday and Sunday, September 8-9, 2012

TIME: 9 am-6 pm

WHERE:  Verve Studios, Scottsdale, AZ


TUITION: $250 (+$25 Studio Registration Fee for New Students) to participate

$125 to audit (not participate) - perfect for directors, newer actors, writers

REGISTER online: 



Director, Writer, Author, Consultant

Acclaimed as ""the director's director"", Mark W. Travis is regarded by many Hollywood and International professionals as one of the world's leading authorities in the art and craft of film directing.  Drawing from his impressive background in design, writing, acting, and his wide range of experience directing theater, film and television, Mark is able to bring new insights and exceptional clarity to the complex task of directing the feature film.

Mark W. Travis earned a B.A. degree in Theatre at Antioch College and did his graduate training in Directing in the MFA program at the Yale School of Drama.  Mark is a creative consultant to film directors Mark Rydell, George Tillman, Cyrus Nowrasteh and many other notable writers and directors.

Mark's television directing credits include The Facts of Life, Family Ties, Capitol and the Emmy Award-winning PBS dramatic special, Blind Tom: The Thomas Bethune Story. In 1998 he directed the pilot for LifeStories.

In 1990 he completed his first film, Going Under, for Warner Bros., starring Bill Pullman and Ned Beatty. In 2001 he wrote and directed The Baritones (parody of The Sopranos) as well as the short documentary, Earlet.  In 2006 he co-directed the documentary, Ancient Light.

Mark's unique approach to working with actors and characters (The Travis Technique) has gained the attention of directors, writers and actors worldwide and is becoming a standard approach for stimulating powerful performances.

Since 1992 Mark has been sharing his techniques on writing, acting and directing worldwide.  USA: The Directors Guild, American Film Institute, Pixar Animations Studios, UCLA Extension, Taos Talking Pictures Film Festival, Denver Film Festival, Hollywood Actor's Workshop, Hollywood Film Institute. JAPAN:  Film & Media Lab and Vantan Film School.  GERMANY: M√ľnchner Filmwerkstatt, ActionConcept, IFS, and HFF Munich and Konrad Wolf Babelsberg.  POLAND:  The Film Farm in Kotla.  ENGLAND:  Raindance, Paradigm Film Productions, Hurtwood House, Metropolitan Film School, National Film and Television School, London Film School, Lionhead Studios, London Film Academy.  FRANCE:  The Cannes Film Festival, NETHERLANDS: The Maurits Binger Institute.  UKRAINE: HSU in Kiev, OIFF in Odessa; RUSSIA: International Film Actors Workshop, IRELAND: FAS Screen Training Ireland, NORWAY: The Norwegian Film School, DENMARK: The National Film School of Denmark, SPAIN: afilm International Film Workshops, CZECH REPUBLIC: FAMU Academy of Film and Television, AUSTRALIA: Griffith Film School.

Mark has served as a Creative Consultant on several feature films including: Here's Herbie; Notorious; Not Forgotten; The Stoning of Soraya M,; Black Irish; Men of Honor; Barbershop; Barbershop 2; The Day Reagan Was Shot; Norma Jean, Jack and Me and television episodes of: Lois and Clark; The Pretender; Picket Fences, 90210, Melrose Place; Strong Medicine; NYPD Blue; The Practice and Ally MacBeal.

Mark is the author of the Number-One Best Seller (L.A. Times), THE DIRECTOR'S JOURNEY: the Creative Collaboration between Directors, Writers and Actors.  His second book on directing, DIRECTING FEATURE FILMS (published in April of 2002) is currently used as required text in film schools worldwide.  His next book, THE FILM DIRECTOR'S BAG OF TRICKS was published in September 2011."



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Odyssey Storytelling Presents: Happy Campers, The Great Outdoors--August 2


From: Adam Hostetter [mailto:adam@odysseystorytelling.com]
Sent: Sunday, July 29, 2012 8:39 PM
Subject: Odyssey Storytelling Presents: Happy Campers, The Great Outdoors--August 2


Odyssey Storytelling Presents

Happy Campers, The Great Outdoors

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Show at 7 p.m., Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

Fluxx Studio and Gallery, 416 E. 9th St., Tucson

still only $7!

Purchase reserved seats at our website:



Six storytellers tell true, personal stories on the theme without notes.


Storytellers: Tucson writer, Molly McCloy; Hiker and traveler Linda Cross; graphic designer, Martha Retallick; musician Jim Lipson; and more!


Stories that involve tents, Winnebagos, or cabins. The joy of first kisses and the sting of bug bites. Swimming holes. Scouts. Summer camp, band camp, church camp. The campfire where you roasted your weenie, squished your smores, were terrorized by ghost stories and all that kumbaya—we're gonna camp it up. Get out your flashlights and sleeping bags!


Since 2004, Odyssey Storytelling has marched forth entertaining, inspiring and enlightening Tucson through stories from regular folks like you. Get involved as a teller or a listening—stories that are not heard are not stories. All ages are invited, but stories are never censored.


"The great listeners live blessed lives, because they are surrounded by people under the influence of their listening - people experiencing a fundamental form of connection with others, people whose creativity

and humanity have been invited to emerge."

                                                            ~ Doug Lipman, The Storytelling Coach


Note that there is road construction on 4th Ave and on Congress so plan your travels accordingly.


FOR MORE INFO - 520-730-4112Stories@odysseystorytelling.com  




To submit your story for consideration, send us a one paragraph synopsis of your story and a brief bio about you.


The themes are meant to be interpreted from a broad range of perspectives. If you are shy about telling a story, we give lots of support and helpful hints. There is a rehearsal a week before the event to run through the stories, get feedback, meet the other storytellers and enjoy some munchies. More themes coming up:


  • September 6: At the Movies
  • November 1: Religion: God, Allah, Yahweh, No Way 
  • December 6: The End of the World As We Know It


Odyssey Storytelling creating connections ~ one story at a time


Odyssey Storytelling is a program of StoryArts Group, Inc. a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization.  Learn more about us at www.storyartsgroup.org



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Sunday, July 29, 2012

KU Studios- Home of Kids Unlimited - third annual fall dance preview

From: Catrina Sneva [mailto:snevac@gmail.com]
Sent: Sunday, July 29, 2012 2:04 PM
KU Studios- Home of Kids Unlimited is excited to host our third annual fall dance preview where everyone is invited to come and try a class.

And we aren’t just limited to dance! As Tucson’s premiere non-profit performing arts studio, we offer voice and performance classes as well. Come try a class or try them all!!

Fall Into Dance
A Preview of Fall Dance Classes, August 13-18th

Try something new, meet the extraordinary teacher that will teach the class, or simply find a class to fall in love with. 

Special semester and annual discounts available July 23-August 11th as a kick off to the fall semester!
See our website, www.kustars.com for discount details and our fall schedule. 

$5 classes, 5 days only (or $25 for the entire week)

ku studios- home of kids unlimited, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization | 6066 n oracle road | 520.293.1225 | www.kustars.com

3:30-4:30 pm                Boys Class I-II
4:30-5:30 pm                Intro to Voice
4:30-5:30 pm                Dance Combo I (Ballet, Tap, Jazz 5-7 yrs)
4:30-5:30 pm                Kid Hip Hop I (5-7 yrs)
5:30-6:30 pm                Beginning Ensemble
5:30-6:30 pm                Jazz III*
5:30-6:30pm                 Hip Hop I (8-11 yrs)
6:30-7:30pm                 Voice Ensemble*
6:30-7:30 pm                Dance Combo II (Tap and Jazz, 8 yrs +)
6:30-7:30pm                 Zumba
7:30-8:30pm                 Adult Voice Ensemble*
7:30-8:30 pm                Hip Hop II-III*

5:00-6:00 pm                Ballet I
5:30-6:30 pm                Zumba
6:00-6:30 pm                Dance Conditioning
6:30-8:00 pm                Jazz IV-V*
6:30-7:30 pm                Zumba

4:30-5:30 pm                Sparkling ♫ (Junior Co. Preschool)
4:30-5:30 pm                Dance Combo I (Ballet, Tap, Jazz, 8 yrs +)
5:30-6:30 pm                Song & Dance (8 yrs +)
5:30-7:00 pm                Shining I ♫ (Junior Co. Intermediate)
6:30-7:30 pm                Zumba
7:00-8:00 pm                Contemporary Jazz III-IV*
8:00-9:00 pm                Adult Tap (18+ yrs)

4:30-5:30 pm                Twinkling♫ (Junior Co. Beginning)
4:30-5:30 pm                Minis Dance Combo 3-5 yrs
5:30-7:00 pm                Shining II ♫ (Junior Co. Intermediate)
5:30-6:30 pm                Zumba
6:30-8:30 pm                Starlight♫ (Senior Co. Advanced)
6:30-7:30pm                 Ballet I (10 yrs +)
7:30-8:30 pm                Adult Hip Hop (18+ yrs)

9:30-10:30 am               Dance Combo I (Ballet, Tap, Jazz, 5-7 yrs)
9:30-10:30 am               Ballet III*
10:30-11:30 am             Minis Dance Combo 3-5 yrs
10:30-11:30 am             Contemporary Jazz III-IV*
11:30-12:30 pm             Modern IV-V*
11:30-12:30 pm             Tap IV-V*
12:30-1:30 pm               Lyrical IV-V*
12:30-1:30 pm               Tap II*
1:30-2:30 pm                Tap III*
1:30-2:00 pm                Dance Conditioning
2:00-3:30 pm                Jazz IV-V*
2:30-3:30 pm                Ballet II*
3:30-5:00 pm                Ballet IV-V*
3:30-4:30 pm                Jazz II*
5:00-5:30 pm                Pointe*

(♫) are our Kids Unlimited performance classes
(*) require a teacher’s approval to enroll for fall semester, but for fall into dance we invite you to come and get placed in the best class for you.
(♥) are classes designated for special needs children

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Casting Call, Height less than 5' 8" - THE RELEVANTS

Prefer Female Actress, 17 to 24, Young Elfish (Tucson)

Date: 2012-07-27, 2:05PM MST
Reply to: hrj22-3167195830@gigs.craigslist.org 
[Errors when replying to ads?]

Hi there, come join our funny crew!

Almost done, radical, magical, local, movie, needs a person. 


Woman preferred, but a sharp nerdy guy could work.

This a one or two day shoot, to be done before August, 12; Mondays and Wednesdays between 1 Pm and 7 Pm. 

Height less than 5' 8", unless you are special....

See website Therelevants.webs.com for a movie description. 
·         Location: Tucson
·         it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests
·         Compensation: Minimum wages for shoot times

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AZ Film Industry Town Hall Announced

The Tucson Film Office and the Arizona Film and Media Coalition present an Arizona Film Industry Town Hall, “The Power of Film Incentives to Create Jobs and Economic Development,” that will take place on August 16, 2012 at the UA Center for Creative Photography. The panel will feature film industry leaders from around Arizona who will talk about why state film incentive legislation failed to pass two years in a row, and what is being done now to ensure the bill’s passage in 2013. The event is a call for business leaders and owners to join with film and television professionals that live in Arizona to craft new economic solutions together. Doors will open at 6:00 p.m., and the panel discussion will begin at 7:00 p.m. A Q&A will follow. Refreshments will be served. The event is free and open to the public, but seating is limited; RSVP to PCatalanotte@visittucson.org by August 13. For directions to the event and parking information, click here. For more information, call the Tucson Film Office at 520.770.2151.

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Auditions: Thoroughly Modern Millie Jr. - Arizona Youth Chamber Ensemble

From: Shaunna Kowalewski [mailto:shaunna@arts-express.org]
Sent: Saturday, July 28, 2012 11:46 AM
Subject: Auditions: Thoroughly Modern Millie Jr.

Arizona Youth Chamber Ensemble (AYCE) is holding auditions for Thoroughly Modern Millie Jr.   Several male roles and a number of both male and female ensemble parts available.  Open to youth ages 12 – 20.  Bring a head shot, resume if available, sheet music and/or CD for audition.

Thoroughly Modern Millie Jr.
AUDITIONS: Thursday, August 2nd
Catalina Foothills Church
2150 East Orange Grove Road
Room 403

Thoroughly Modern Millie Jr. intensive workshop will be held August 3, 4, 5th.   Production rehearsals on Thursday evenings and Sunday afternoons.  Artistic director: Stephanie Morgan Fox.  Production dates are Friday, September 21 and Sunday, September 22.
WHAT IF I WANT TO AUDITION, BUT CAN'T MAKE IT THURSDAY?  Let us know and you may be able to schedule a separate audition. Contact us at Shaunna@arts-express.org or call Stephanie Fox at 520-990-7879. 
HOW AYCE WORKS:  AYCE is a mixed ensemble choral group that performs throughout Tucson.  We perform one musical theater production/year and one opera production/year.  AYCE holds regular rehearsals on Thursday nights at Catalina Foothills Church and one Sunday/month at the directors studio (NW Tucson).   Members pay dues of $40/month (paid in quarterly payments).  Some scholarships are available to those who qualify.  For more information, please contact us.
AYCE is an arts education program of Arts Express, Inc.  For more information about AYCE and Arts Express, visit our website at www.arts-express.org

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Act 1 Academy performings arts classes

-----Original Message-----
From: Act 1 Academy [mailto:act1academy@gmail.com]
Sent: Friday, July 27, 2012 12:35 PM
Subject: Act 1 Academy performings arts classes

Announces Fall Semester Performing Arts classes

Act 1 Academy offers affordable, comprehensive integrated arts education for ages 3- adult, Intro level through professional training

Musical Theater (acting, voice, dance), Acting for stage, Acting for Film

Mommy and Me (ages 2-4), Creative Dramatics (girls ages 5-7), Adventure Zone (boys ages 5-7)
And Home School classes available!

Classes begin August 20th, for 17 weeks.

Our programs foster self-esteem and self-discovery by emphasizing discipline, integrity, team-building, and communication skills in a positive and creative environment. The curriculum is designed to help students make connections between their personal creative abilities and the skills required to advance.

Creative Director: Gaslight's own...Sarah Vanek
Education Director: Cheryl-Ann Rossi, Broadway performer and professional director, choreographer

Visit us at www.act1academyofperformingarts.com for more information and registration, or call:


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Arizona Opera job position - TECHNICAL DIRECTOR - FT Paid - Phoenix

Reports to: Director of Production
Classification: Full-Time
The Technical Director will assist with the daily runnings of the production department and will run the load ins, load outs and all technical rehearsals. The position will be actively engaged in all areas associated with Arizona Opera which will include all events in the rehearsal hall, theatre, development/marketing events, and the Arizona Opera Set/Costume Rental program.
Knowledge in the disciplines of properties, lighting, sound, and rigging will be required. Excellent carpentry skills are required and welding experience a plus. Knowledge of trucking logistics will be advantageous. The position will require extraordinary multitasking skill as the position will lead large groups of people regularly. The use of personal vehicle and travel outside of Phoenix will be required.

Candidates must be proficient in Vectorworks or AutoCAD, Microsoft Office Suite, Calendar Creator, the reading and understanding technical drawings, and Lightwright.
Salary will be commensurate with experience. Arizona Opera provides health benefits and paid vacation to all full-time employees.
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to humanresources@azopera.org. Please indicate TD Candidate in the subject line.
All available Arizona Opera job positions are based in Phoenix, AZ.

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Oops! There's a first time for everyting.

Dear TTA Listers,


Sorry for the last post – it was obviously not meant for the listserv.


Best Regards,






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Re: [tucsonstage] FW: Your reservation confirmation PBORB0031817344

I don't think you meant to post this to the entire mailing list . . . Rosanne Couston

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