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Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Looking for actors

Anyone out there have an interest in performing in the fringe festival this summer?

They are seeking actors ( 1 male and 3 or 4 females) to perform in the Charlottetown Fringe Festival. There is a play that was entered into the festival but the theatre group that was originally asked to perform it can not. If they don’t come up with the actors by the end of day they have to pull out of the festival.

The actors and production assistants would receive 50% of the box office after expenses plus have a great time. It truly is a wonderful script!

The quick synopsis is: it is the story of nineteen women who were turned to stone as punishment for dancing and making merry on a solemn, holy day. Once a century, one soul is released to tell their stories and plead with a serpent (the male of course!), dispatched by the Otherworld, for safe passage to the heavenly realm. The women’s stories are sometimes light-hearted, sometimes serious but always relative to the lives of contemporary society. Each of the women encapsulates a different experience by a female, ancient or modern.

Any assistance that you can provide would be appreciated.

The contact information is email: Cheryl Dalziel cjdalziel@gmail.com Cell phone: 314-6010 or her work phone number is 566-6962.

Yes, it is short notice but opportunity is knocking, why not answer the door?

Posted by RH_Admin on 06/12 at 02:52 PM
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Monday, June 04, 2012

Acting Up - Then and Now

Acting up - Then and Now

Youth Workshop

ACT (a community theatre) in cooperation with Beaconsfield Historic House, will hold an exciting acting workshop.Using history as a theme, the workshop will focus on basic acting skills including…

* Physical Skills
* Vocal SkillsImprov Skills
* Storytelling Skills

Where:  Beaconsfield’s Carriage House
When:  Saturday, September 29
For:  Youth ages 8 - 14
Leader:  Laura Bird assisted by Justin Shaw

Laura K. Bird of Class Act Theatre Society has over twenty-five years of experience working with young people in theatre. She has worked with the Vancouver Youth Theatre, Arts Umbrella, Kaleidoscope Performing Arts School and Confederation Centre for the Arts Summer Camps.  Believing everyone is creative, she strives for young people to explore their abilities in a safe and supportive environment.

Justin Shaw of the UPEI Theatre Society will assist Laura. Justin appeared most recently in Vagabond Production’s acclaimed The Taming of the Shrew.

Don’t miss this opportunity to hone your acting skills and work with other young people who are passionate about theatre!
For further information or to register for the workshop, contact Kim Johnston at 569-8563 or johnstonk@hotmail.com.

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