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One Act Festival in New York [01 May 2007|10:21am]

awnisteahgoe
Hey everyone!

I'm making my New York stage debut this Sunday in McGurk's Suicide Hall by Josh Rezett. It plays Sunday, May 6, 13 and 20 at 8:00 pm at Union Pool in Williamsburg. Take the G or L train to Lorimer St. and the bar is right under the BQE. Tickets are regularly $12, but this first performance has a 2 for 1 deal going, so bring a friend. The official press release is below.
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Theater Festival in NYC bars opens next week!

Assembly's Opening Week Discounts - Buy 2 tkts for the price of 1 !!

ReddMask’s festival, An Assembly of Quotable Gents, isan exciting collection of three original one-act plays celebratingsaloon life in NYC. From Jackson Pollock’s old haunt, The CedarTavern,to the notorious McGurk’s Suicide Hall of the 1890s, Assembly dramatizestales from NYC’s underbelly and appropriately returns them to the citybar.(Venues include, Galapagos, Mo Pitkin’s and Union Pool). Preceding each play is a half hour of live music acts inspired by the play’s timeperiod, including Irish, blues and jazz.
Visit www.reddmasktheater.com for times, dates and play synopses.

See you there!
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[07 Sep 2006|06:15pm]

blackrocker
The 2006 New York Musical Theatre Festival will present a Broadway Idol competition to search for the “next big musical theatre star.:

Nine finalists will be chosen from the open call. The three rounds of competition will take place Friday nights at 11 PM during the NYMF @ NITE series of parties: Sept. 15, 22 and 29. Celebrity judges from Broadway, film and television will include Stephen Schwartz, Lillias White, Marc Shaiman, Eden Espinosa, Manoel Felciano, Denis O'Hare, Cheyenne Jackson, Felicia Finley, Kevin Kern and Lonny Price. Seth Rudetsky will host.

Round One, Sept. 15: My Favorite Things: performers sing one Broadway song of their choice. Each performer will be critiqued by our panel of celebrity judges. At the end, the audience will vote for their favorite performer. The six with the most votes go on to Round Two.

Round Two, Sept. 22: Anyone Can Idol: performers sing one Sondheim song of their choice. The three with the most votes go on to Round Three.

Round Three, Sept. 29: A Star Is Born: performers sing two songs of their choice – one that made another performer famous and the one that's going to make them famous. The one with the most votes is crowned the first ever Broadway Idol and will be featured exclusively in a concert at Ars Nova to be produced by NYMF.

Tickets for Rounds One, Two and Three and more information is available on the NYMF website at www.nymf.org.
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[04 Aug 2006|01:17pm]

blackrocker
I am aware that this my sound stupid but..

So I was reading through backstage magazine today and saw that alot of broadway shows (Rent, The Color Purple, Hairspray..etc) and they are all equity chorus calls

Now I was wondering if non union actors can also audition
and the reason I am asking is because
I know alot of highschool kids that audition for shows and are told they are too young..but they stil auditioned. wouldn't they get turned away because they arnt equity actors?

I heard if you show up to an equity/union audition and you are not a part of the union you can still be seen if you go like super early..has anyone tried that?
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[13 Jul 2006|11:25am]

blackrocker
i'm sort of making a list for personal reference
but i'm wondering what plays/musicals have really strong roles for a young man

for example (the history boys..)
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[06 Jul 2006|07:27pm]

blackrocker
im looking for friends with the same passions as mine

any aspiring actors/actresses/playwrights/theatre employees
in the brooklyn/manhatten area
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[16 Jan 2006|11:08am]

icansavemyself
I'm thinking this community is dead. I think it should get a jump start back up, it's too good of a community to just stop posting. I mean, we're all actors right?

So, what's everyone up to these days? Anyone performing anything exciting?
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neophyte [04 Nov 2005|03:04pm]

zirilein
Hello thespians! I just joined this community and wanted to introduce myself. I am a classically trained singer and just moved to the Twin Cities to pursue singing and theater--separately and combined! Recently, I had my first straight theater audition EVER. OK, I did one play in high school. The only theater class I took in college was a German lit class on comedies. I especially like Shakespeare. I've always loved the theater but something or other kept me from being more that just an observer. This summer I attended an "acting for singers" workshop here and discovered that I have the talent and burning desire to do this. There are a couple of theater companies here that are doing really incredible things with old-fashioned grand opera. I want to be a versatile actor. I don't think there should be much difference between singing actors and non-singing actors. So I hope you don't mind if I ask some silly questions now and then as I navigate this brave new world!
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'Poe: The Elevation of Decay' [20 Oct 2005|09:15pm]

kaine1972
Road Less Traveled Theatre Announces 'Poe: The Elevation of Decay' Dates, Discounts, and Educational Materials
The Road Less Traveled Theatre, a non-profit professional theatre group based in North Carolina, is pleased to present two programs geared toward educators and educational employees, and to announce dates for the upcoming performances of 'Poe: The Elevation of Decay.'

'Poe: The Elevation of Decay' in Kinston, Creedmoor, NC
'Poe: The Elevation of Decay' is an original dramatic interpretation of several of Edgar Allan Poe's works, including 'Annabelle Lee,' 'The Raven,' 'The Cask of Amontillado,' and many more. Far from a straightforward stage piece, this event incorporates live action, pre-recorded video, and maybe even a few surprises!

Adapted and directed by Mitchell W. Butts and Kevin Holmes, the show stars RLTT veterans Joey Humbert, Ron Jones, Nicholas Turner, Noah Wall, Geniann Humbert, Daniel Gierasch, and John Henry among others. RLTT co-founder and original Creative Director Megan Day will be featured in a taped segment for ‘Israfel’, while current Creative Director and President Mitchell W. Butts will perform ‘The Tell-Tale Heart’. Executive Director Kevin Holmes, will also be showcased as he performs his interpretation of Poe’s classic ‘The Raven’.

'Poe: The Elevation of Decay' Opens November 4th at Waller Auditorium, Lenoir Community College, Kinston, NC and November 5th at South Granville High School in Creedmoor, NC. Ticket prices are $10 for Adults and $8 for students and seniors for advance tickets. Night of show tickets are $12 for Adults and $10 for students and seniors.

Groups larger than 20 people, please contact the RLTT box office (919) 529-1169 for pricing information.

Curtain time is 8:00pm.

Tickets are available online at http://www.roadlesstraveledtheatre.com/tickets.asp. RLTT accepts all major credit and debit cards through their secure online ticketing system.

In addition, the Road Less Traveled Theatre announces it's new Education Discount program extended to all employees of schools and their families.

All active school and college employees, will receive a discount of approximately 40% off our standard ticket prices. For our upcoming production of 'Poe: The Elevation of Decay' November 4th at Waller Auditorium, Lenoir Community College, Kinston, NC and November 5th at South Granville High School in Creedmoor, NC, this means that adult tickets - normally $10 - are only $6 and our regular $8 student/senior ticket is available for a special price of $5.

These are advance sale prices; prices at the door are $7 and $6, respectively. Door prices for our other patrons will remain $12 and $10.



If you are a teacher or administrator and wish to access our discount order page, please contact us. Contact Information is below. Please provide your name, the name and location of your school system, and a telephone number with your request.

This discount program is intended for employees of schools and colleges, their spouses, and children only. If you need more than 4 tickets (any combination of adult/child) to accommodate your family, please contact the RLTT box office prior to purchase.

Road Less Traveled Theatre Announces Free Educational Material for Classrooms
The Road Less Traveled Theatre of North Carolina announces the coming release of free educational material for schools and teachers. The material will consist of a packet of background historical information and suggestions for classroom-based activities that teachers might like to encourage students to take part in for extra class credit, independent projects, or to fulfill other planned project goals.

These packets will be made available online as a printable PDF file so that instructors, curriculum planners, and administrators can review it on their PC or print it for use in the classroom.

The purpose of the packets is to help educators identify opportunities and appropriate methods for integrating information about various points of history and literature. Typically they will be written in conjunction with RLTT performances.

The first release will consist of material related to our current production, 'Poe: The Elevation of Decay,' and is currently in creation by RLTT's creative director Mitchell W. Butts and executive director Kevin R. Holmes. This information is being designed to target students at the middle and high school levels; material for other shows might target older or younger students as appropriate.

"It is our goal to continue offering programs of this nature that tie in to all upcoming productions. We hope that you will find our material useful and our shows entertaining and educational. We believe that our programs represent an innovative and effective method of raising interest in the arts, literature, and history, and we look forward to working with the educators of North Carolina and beyond in the future," said Executive Director Kevin Holmes in a statement.

Contact Information
If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact us!

E-Mail: info@roadlesstraveledtheatre.com.
Web Contact Form: http://www.roadlesstraveledtheatre.com/contact.asp
Telephone: (919) 529-1169.
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 485, Creedmoor, NC 27522

The Road Less Traveled Theatre, Inc., is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation
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[05 Oct 2005|11:18pm]

vgrbabe
The Lakeview Players Present: Haunted Lakeview, Jamesburg NJ

We are looking for people of high school and college age to join us in starting a new theater group. Our first event is Haunted Lakeview, where we will be creating a haunted house in the historic Buckalew mansion in Jamesburg New Jersey. We are having a meeting on Sunday October 9th at 7pm. The mansion is located on CR 522 in Jamesburg (203 Buckalew Ave.) across the street from the Dunkin Donuts. In this meeting we will be planning our haunted house which is scheduled to be on Ocotber 30. This is an oportunity to be involved with the Lakeview Players from the very beginning. After our Halloween production we will be having a dramatic reading in December and an improv performance in the spring. Our ultimate goal is to put on a full musical, in or near the town of Jamesburg. If anyone is interested leave a comment here, or contact me at vgrbabe@hotmail.com and I can give you further details.

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Rock Star Movie Community! [09 Aug 2005|06:32pm]

sixxgirl
So You Wanna Be A Rock Star?






Join Rock Star Movie Community
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[25 Jun 2005|04:13pm]

eyelashfetish
join 5378698753
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Check It Out [21 Jun 2005|10:10pm]

eyelashfetish
join _jeopardy
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NM Casting Calls & Auditions [19 Jun 2005|10:05am]

mjgsf
Would you like to be informed via email of casting calls and auditions for film, TV, stage, commercials, and more in and near New Mexico? If so, join my new community New Mexico Casting Calls and Auditions (nmcasting).

I will do the research and use my contacts with the intention of providing the most comprehensive listing available of opportunities for NM actors, voiceover artists, and extras.

I am NOT a producer, talent agent, or casting director. I am an actor and voiceover artist who enjoys helping others find acting roles.

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Community vs. personal [14 Jun 2005|09:17am]

mjgsf
I'm not clear when it's appropriate to post my personal lj material to this community. So, for now, I'll just tell you all that I write a lj called My Life in Acting (http://www.livejournal.com/users/mjgsf/) and invite you to take a look.

Michael
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company [25 May 2005|05:30pm]

lnmellon
My acting company has kinda hit a rut....
we have'nt done a play in a while and I'm boared
does anyone know a paly going up or audtions in
the downriver MI area....NOT dypac ScP or SrP
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Pics form the play I'm in. [03 May 2005|11:12am]

lord_leinad
[ mood | cold ]

On friday night, we had our opening night for Wit. Here are some pic from it (mostly of me)

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Strawhat anyone? [24 Jan 2005|02:08pm]

awnisteahgoe
I know there have been a few posts about Strawhat going up, but I was wondering if anyone here is going this year. I'll be there Thursday at 2:14 p.m. and it would be cool to meet up with people from the lj communities.

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Performance Announcement [12 Jan 2005|02:00pm]

awnisteahgoe
The World is About to End

DON'T PANIC!

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Radio Play
Part 1

January 22, 2005, 8 pm

Seton Hall University
Pirate's Cove


be there... and be square
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