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Headshots [25 Apr 2008|04:28am]

jhjanuary
This question may have been asked numerous times before and I am not entirely sure this is the community for it but here goes!

I am looking for someone to do my headshots here in Seattle. My last photos were done my David Hiller who is an amazing photographer but currently a bit out of my price range. I am looking to spend a couple hundred bucks at most. Anyone know of a good headshot photographer in Seattle who I can contact?

Thanks in advance!
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The Stay Up Late Show is BACK! Join us Saturday, April 12! [02 Apr 2008|05:21pm]

moesmith88
Yes, it's TRUE! We have made it through the long, cold, Stay-Up-Late-Show-less winter, and now you never have to be lonely again - because we're Back, and Better than Ever!!

Saturday, April 12th 2008!
1117 E. Pike St, Seattle, WA 98122
Corner of 12th and Pike
Door at 10:30pm, show at 11:00pm

SPECIAL COMEBACK PRICE: Just $5!!! (Because we missed you so much!)

Join us for the Stay Up Late Show's triumphant return in our amazing new space on Pike Street! Balagan's brand-new bar will be open to wet your whistle - and we do hope you'll whistle! - for our lovely guests, acts, and enticements, featuring the incredibly talented TROY MINK and others!

We promise you:

Music! Excitement! Trivia! Fabulous guests! Intriguing prizes!

Plus - CHEESECAKE! (We promise there will be cheesecake. Why? Because we wanna!!)

And of course, your very own hostess - PERFORMING without a NET or a CANE for the first time since Dec. 2006 - the irreverent, effervescent, irrepressible Rebecca Mmmmmmm. Davis!

Check out Balagan Theatre, our sexy new hosts, at: http://balagantheatre.org/

See you on the 12th!

Much love to ya, The Stay Up Late Show!
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The Triumphant Return of the Stay Up Late Show, Saturday February 9!‏ [23 Jan 2008|07:11am]

moesmith88
Seattle, WA - The Stay Up Late Show is BACK, and better than ever!


Join us Saturday, February 9, as we take to the stage in our NEW SPACE on Pike Street, Balagan Theater! (And yes, we promise, this time all the zoning and permits and whatnot are in order . . .)

The Stay Up Late Show
Saturday, February 9
11:00PM
Balagan Theatre - 1117 East Pike St, Seattle, WA 98122
(On the corner of 12th and East Pike)
$12 at the door (no reservations!)


Balagan's brand-new bar will be open to wet your whistle - and we do hope you'll whistle! - for our lovely guests. We can't tell you who they are yet (it's a magical surprise!) but we promise you:

Music! Excitement! Trivia! Fabulous guests! Intriguing prizes!


Best of all, our lovely host Rebecca Mmmmmmmm. Davis, taking to the stage *without a cane* - hurrah!

About our new hosts:

Who are these Balagan? We're glad you asked! Not only are they our new hosts at our awesome NEW SPACE (still in the heart of Capitol Hill -and we still have a BAR!), but they're an awesome theater company,too: Founded in 2006 by Jake Groshong and Kaitie Warren, Balagan Theatre concluded its inaugural season with great success. Balagan received two Footlight Awards from the Seattle Times, including "Theater on the Rise," and was named a finalist in the NWSource Peoples Pick of 2007. Past productions have been named Critics' Picks, Best Bets, and Theatrical Highlights by the Seattle Times and the Seattle P-I, and were recommended by The Stranger. Balagan Theatre is committed to professional quality in a fringe theater, and values performing relevant texts from a wide range of styles and eras, with equally varied casts. Mission: Balagan Theatre is committed to creating adiverse body of work that engages its audience with passionate,thought-provoking productions of the highest artistic quality.

The Stay Up Late Show is a monthly talk show featuring a variety of local celebrities and almost-celebrities from all over the Seattle scene. Past guests have included Nick Licata, Sean Nelson, Kevin Kent, Mike Daisey, Stephanie Pure, and many, many others.

The Stay Up Late Show - Seattle's one and only LIVE late-night talk show!

www.stayuplateshow.com
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Kvetch opens at Theater Schmeater! [15 Jan 2008|09:14am]

moesmith88
Facing the New Year with old concerns?
2007 ending with more concerns, anxieties or angst?
You Think You Got Problems??

Theater Schmeater's 2008 season opens with Kvetch, Steven Berkoff's liberating comedy, on Friday, January 18th, 2008. In Kvetch, the audience is privy to a modern couple's and their friends' deepest concerns and aspirations. Even as they try to behave as civilized members of society, they betray their inner lives as frightened housewives, lonely divorcees, or uneasy heterosexuals by sharing with the audience their innermost kvetches.

Kvetch features Cristopher Berns, Amelia Meckler, Andy Clawson, John Kobasic, and Patsy Benson as The Mother-In-Law. The design crew includes Michael Mowery (set), Sean Begley (lighting), Moe Smith (sound), Sarah Svobodny (costumes), and Karen Imas (stage management and props).

The production is directed by Theater Schmeater Artistic Director David Gassner. Kvetch runs Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights January 18 through February 16, with a special Monday performance on February 11.

All shows start at 8PM. Tickets are $18, with student and senior prices of $15. TPS members are 2-for-1 at the door. Thursday performances are "Pay-What-You-Can" admission, on a first come first served basis. Tickets can be purchased online at BrownPaper Tickets (www.brownpapertickets.com), by phone at 1-800-838-3006, or at the door starting 30 minutes before each performance. And as always, tickets for audience members 18 years and under are free.

Better-than-free preview! For adventurous theatergoers, Theater Schmeater presents the Theater Adventure Reward Program (TARP!). When you attend the Thursday evening preview of "Kvetch", Thursday January 17 at 8PM, you receive a Dollar! This offer is limited to "first come, first served" at the box office (no reservations), and the box office will open at 7:30 p.m. Theater Schmeater is located at 1500 Summit Ave. (between Pike and Pine on Capitol Hill). For more information about Kvetch, or any other useful information, visit our website at www.schmeater.org.
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Join us and write a play in one month ! [01 Nov 2007|12:30pm]

boobirdsfly
<td align="left"> It's not too late to sign up for Naplwrimo !!! </td><td>You know you want to write a play in November.
You know you want to.
Even if you never have.
Even if you don't know how.
And if you know how and want to and haven't signed up , you need to sign up at these two addresses :

Naplwrimo Homepage
and
Naplwrimo Discussion Boards

Signing up for both is the only way to participate !!!
Don't miss out and see you there !

I gotta go start my play.... or you know... write the 30 other web pages that should be up and aren't yet.

Playwrighterly Yours,

Dorothy </td>
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[23 Oct 2007|01:31pm]

balaganannounce
Balagan Theatre Company still has opportunities for ushers and box office support for Cloud 9, running now through November 10. Cloud 9 performs Thursday-Saturday nights at 7:30 and Sunday matinees at 2:00 in our brand-new space at Pike & 12th on Capitol Hill.

Ushering is a volunteer position; you will be expected to hand out programs and assist patrons before the show and, of course, you see the show for free. We have openings for several of the remaining performances.

We also have an opening for a house manager/box office staffer for the third weekend of the show, November 1-4. The house manager will be expected to run the box office and remain in the lobby during each performance; you'll receive a stipend and have free admission to the show when you are not working. You will also receive one comp for a guest per weekend of the show.

Please contact Sylvia Drake at sylvia@balagantheatre.org for more information. To learn more about Balagan, please visit our website at http://www.balagantheatre.org/ .
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Upstart Sketch Comedy group seeks easy laughers! [15 Aug 2007|03:10pm]

clayzer
SHOWS AT 10 PM (Doors @ 9:45)

Ubiquitous They!
BUY TICKETS ONLINE!
OTHER STUFF FROM CHAC

COME!
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PWYC, tonight ! [14 Jun 2007|12:50pm]

boobirdsfly

Tonight is our Pay What You Can performance of Carver's Pieces.

See some of you there !

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The Community Theatre announces Carver's Pieces. [04 May 2007|03:36pm]

boobirdsfly

Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 2, 2007 - Kill Date: June 23, 2007

WHAT
: The Community Theatre is pleased to present:

Carver’s Pieces

WHAT WE TALK ABOUT WHEN WE TALK ABOUT LOVE
WHAT’S IN ALASKA?
FAT
by Raymond Carver
adapted for the stage by John Abramson

WHEN: Thu thru Sat - May 31st, June 1st, 2nd, 7th, 8th, 9th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd. All at 8pm.

There will be a post show conversation with the director and actors on Thursday June 7th, Thursday June 14th and Thursday June 21st.

WHERE: Youngstown Cultural Arts Center

4408 Delridge Way SW
Seattle, WA 98106
206.935.2999

TICKET INFO: $15.00 General
$12.00 Student / Senior / TPS Member

http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/10925/ for advance tickets.

A limited amount of tickets will be available at the door on day of show.

ABOUT THE PLAYS

Adapted to the stage from Raymond Carver’s short stories and directed by John Abramson, "Fat", "What's In Alaska?", and "What We Talk about When We Talk about Love" deal with the terrifying currents that flow through ordinary human life in this country. A powerful and acute look at the lives of everyday people thrown together in their isolation, desperately seeking a means to make sense of the incoherence of their suffering. Each story - a waitress serving a fat customer, two married couples getting high together, and a group of friends talking about love over gin and tonic -reveals Carver at his best; a resolute and unblinking look at the conditioning forces that scorch people's lives, leaving them helplessly stranded with one another, and causing them to misunderstand life, even when it is plain and simple.

ABOUT RAYMOND CARVER

Raymond Clevie Carver, Jr. (May 25, 1938August 2, 1988), a native of the Northwest, was an American short story writer and poet. Carver is considered a major writer of the late 20th century and also a major force in the revitalization of the short story in the 1980s. He described himself as "inclined toward brevity and intensity" and "hooked on writing short stories" (in the foreword of Where I'm Calling From, a collection published in 1988--and a recipient of an honorable mention in the 2006 New York Times article citing the best works of fiction of the previous 25 years). Another stated reason for his brevity was "that the story [or poem] can be written and read in one sitting." This was not simply a preference but, particularly at the beginning of his career, a practical consideration as he juggled writing with work. His subject matter was often focused on blue collar experience, and are clearly reflective of his own life. The same could probably be said of the recurring theme of alcoholism and recovery. He wrote some of the most powerful American fiction of the twentieth century, and his work still cleaves to and illuminates our American landscape.

(Source: Wikipedia)

SPECIAL EVENTS IN CONNECTION TO THE PRODUCTION

* Upcoming discussions about Raymond Carver, his books and plays.


Wednesday May 9th at 7pm : Discussion ( TCT Members will not be present. This is a library event)
Saturday May 12th 2pm : Reading and discussion of What we Talk about When we Talk about Love ( with TCT Members)


Redmond Regional Library

15990 N.E. 85th
Redmond, WA 98052
425-885-1861

* Reading and discussion of "What We Talk about When We Talk about Love”.

Friday May 18th at 7pm ( with TCT Members)

University Bookstore, Main Branch
4326 University Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105
206-634-3400

ABOUT THE COMMUNITY THEATRE:

This is TCT’s second production following their 2006 production of 3 Plays by Thornton Wilder.

Director John Abramson opts for a sparse stage, letting the actors carry the imagery…” (Seattle Weekly)

Strong Acting…” (The Stranger)

The Community Theatre is a group of individuals, under the artistic direction of John Abramson, who share a common passion for creating theatre. As professionals we are collectively: students, tech writers, business owners, lawyers, mothers, scientists, human resource managers, teachers, fathers, actors, day care workers, social workers and more. We have come together with a vision of creating theatre which reveals a deeper truth about our selves, our lives and our humanity.

The Mission of The Community Theatre is to inspire and challenge both the mind and spirit of the audience and participants through an experience of exceptional theatre dedicated to creating meaning in each person’s life.

Our vision is to create theatre that is dedicated to the live, unknowable and surprising moments shared between an audience and actors. The Community Theatre will engage in meaningful stories that are pertinent to the times we live in. Our hope is to challenge, nurture, and enrich people's experience of the arts. We will encourage participation and community at all levels.

http://www.thecommunitytheatre.org

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[02 May 2007|11:56am]

balaganannounce
Balagan Theatre Company is seeking a house manager for The Spinning, running May 10-May 26. The Spinning performs Thursday-Saturday nights at 7:30 and Sunday matinees at 2:00, with one pay-what-you-can Monday evening on the 21st.

The house manager will be expected to run the box office and remain in the lobby during each performance; we can arrange for a substitute house manager for one of the performances so that you have a chance to see the play. Because The Spinning has strong adult themes, the house manager will be responsible for enforcing the "mature audiences" restriction.

There is a stipend for this position. You will also receive two comp tickets per weekend of the show.

Please contact Sylvia Drake at sylvia@balagantheatre.org for more information. To learn more about Balagan, please visit our website at http://www.balagantheatre.org/ .
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It's a Karaoke Party and a Fundraiser!! [26 Apr 2007|01:06am]

moesmith88
Theater Schmeater will host the first annual Schmee Spring Sing, a Karaoke fundraiser on Friday April 27, starting at 8 p.m. and going into the wee hours, at Theater Schmeater, in the Capitol Hill area of Seattle. Hosting the event will be Brandon Whitehead, along with his able assistant, Managing Director Teri Lazzara, and featuring all kinds of theater movers and shakers. DJ Chairman Moe will be there as well, spinning tunes and rocking the house.

Singing will start at 8 p.m. with the doors open until 1 a.m. Suggested donation is $10 at the door. No reservations required. Free chips and songs, including Karaoke selections of The Village People, Tony Bennett, Rod Stewart and many others.

Schmee Spring Sing
A Karaoke Fundraiser
April 27th, 8PM-1AM
$10.00 donation.

Theater Schmeater
1500 Summit Ave
Seattle, WA 98122
206-324-5801

NO RSVP REQUIRED - JUST BRING YOURSELF AND MAYBE A FRIEND!
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SECOND CALL Paper Cut Productions As You Like It [24 Apr 2007|08:06am]

pushshove
2nd Call - As You Like It
Type: Non-Union Theater
Format: Theater or Stage
Union Requirements: Open to all
Primary location of project Seattle/Fremont, WA
Project Begins Apr 30, 2007
Project Ends Jul 15, 2007

Project Description:
**Please note that if we saw you on Sunday, April 22nd, you are still in consideration for our show.**

Be part of a Seattle tradition, located at one of Seattle's most recognizable landmarks, the Fremont Troll (located under the Aurora bridge)!

All roles are open and we're looking for actors of all types to entertain hundreds of people at the Troll and be part of the Annual Solstice parade festivities.

Don't miss this amazing opportunity to perform the Bard in a challenging, physical, and unique production!

Audition Information

Audition/Interview Dates: Wednesday, April 25, 8-11pm

Audition Requirements: Please prepare a 1-2 minute Shakespearean monologue (verse is encouraged). Please bring a copy of your resume and your headshot. Also, please be prepared to stay for the length of the audition: 8-11pm. We will be having actors read sides as required. We w

Character Breakdown / Project Needs: All roles are open for "As You Like It". We will consider all types and may cross cast.

Audition Location: Please email jen@imaginarycircumstances.com for address and directions.

Other details you need to know about these auditions: Please be prepared to stay the entire 8-11pm time. Along with auditions we will have selected candidates read from slides.

[Crossposted to seattletheatre, seattle_theatre, and seattle.]
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Auditions! [24 Jan 2007|12:58pm]

dibble_dabble
Playback Theater Northwest is holding auditions for actors and musicians!!
 
Playback Theater Northwest takes true, personal experiences from our audience members, and then recreates those experiences through improvised movement, music, and dialogue.
 
The work we do ranges from comedy to drama depending on the stories given by our audiences.
 
We are looking for actors and musicians who are skilled in improvisation to guest with our ensemble--with a possibility of a permanent position.  We're casting for a May 16th perfromance.  Rehearsals will be held on Tuesday evenings.
 
Auditions will be held on Saturday, February 3 from 1-3pm.  Please wear comfortable clothing and be prepared to stay for the full two hours.
 
For more info or to sign up for the audtion, please contact us at 206.726.1415 or on the web at playback_amanda@yahoo.com.

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Bad Actor Productions needs MORE BAD ACTORS for Super Females! [07 Jan 2007|09:12pm]

craigtrolli
Bad Actor Productions is looking for people to be in our new show, Super Females! It's a 'drag queen super hero play'!

We are looking for a Greek Chorus of sorts.

*Any body type!
*No musical talents needed!
*Play various roles!
*No lines to memorize!
*Perform stage hand work that is crucial to the show!
*No pay!
*Dismember an actor onstage!
*No experience necessary!
*Be committed and have fun!

The show runs Feb. 2- March 3, Fridays and Saturdays, 8pm shows. It takes place at the Northwest Actors Studio. We are already rehearsing, so jump aboard our latest trainwreck now!

Contact Craig Trolli @ craigtrolli@yahoo.com or 206.328.7018
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Bad Actor Productions seeking BOARD OP for Super Females! [07 Jan 2007|09:09pm]

craigtrolli
Bad Actor Productions is seeking a board op to run lights and sound for their play, Super Females!

You do not have to design. Pay is $100. There are ten shows.

Super Females! is a 'drag queen super hero play'. It plays at the Northwest Actors Studio from Feb. 2 - March 3, Fri/Sats at 8pm.

Contact Craig Trolli at craigtrolli@yahoo.com or at 206.328.7018
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Traditional and non-traditional...all at the same time! [21 Nov 2006|01:54pm]

dibble_dabble
I am once again performing in one of my favorite shows at Unexpected Productions.  Some of you may have even seen it in years past...
That's right, it's time once again for "A(n Improvised) Christmas Carol!"  We take the Charles Dickens' classic and let the audience decide the details (Scrooge's business, Tiny Tim's illness, etc...)  You even get to decide if Scrooge changes at the end!
 
WHEN
The show opens this Friday, November 24th and runs through December 23rd.
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 - Sundays at 7:00
 
WHERE
The Market Theater in The Pike Place Market
1428 Post Alley
 
RESERVATIONS
or by phone:  206-781-9273
 
Get $2 off your ticket price by bringing a nonpersihable food item to donate to the Pike Place food bank. 
I hope you'll be able to come!

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Seattle, One Night Only ! [27 Jun 2006|01:25pm]

boobirdsfly

One Night Only

Coming up this saturday night !

I am directing one of the 6 plays!

Great fun !
And this year, it's in the Centre House Theatre which is a great theatre !
Click on the pic for details !

:)

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Capitol Hill High, Episode 2: The Twin Has Spoken! [21 Jun 2006|01:30pm]

craigtrolli
[ mood | artsy fartsy! ]

PRESS CONTACT
Craig Trolli:
craigtrolli@yahoo.com
badactorproductions.org
tbcseattle.com
capitolhillhigh.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CLASSES ARE RESUMING AT CAPITOL HILL HIGH!

BAD ACTOR PRODUCTIONS & TO BE CONTINUED PRODUCTIONS PRESENT:

‘Capitol Hill High, Episode Two: The Twin Has Spoken’
Written and directed by Dan Dembiczak

-OPENING: Friday, June 9, 2006.
-RUNS: Thurs-Sat, 10:30pm; three Wednesday performances, 8pm; no show Fri, 6/16. Fri, 6/9(10:30pm); Sat, 6/10(10:30pm);Wed, 6/14(8pm) Thurs, 6/15(10:30pm); Sat, 6/17(10:30pm); Wed, 6/21(8pm); Thurs, 6/22(10:30pm); Fri, 6/23(10:30pm); Sat, 6/24(10:30pm); Wed, 6/28(8pm); Thurs, 6/29(10:30pm); Fri, 6/30(10:30pm); Sat, 7/1(10:30pm).
-KILL DATE – Sunday, July 2, 2006

¡Un culto me secuestré! (SCHOOL IS BACK IN SESSION!)
Seattle (May 31, 2006)– The kids of Capitol Hill High are back in an all-new episode entitled "The Twin Has Spoken," opening on Friday June 9th, 2006 at Capitol Hill Arts Center Lower Level. “Episode 2” picks up one month after Elsa (the jilted lover and loser in the Homecoming race) opened fire in the cafeteria. The students continue to navigate through the trenches of adolescent heartache as a few new faces pop up to complicate their lives even further. A grief counselor is brought in to find out what really happened, while a mysterious evil twin arrives straight from the mental hospital! Expect the same cutting one-liners and outlandish behavior coupled with a darker turn of events. If you thought the bloodshed on Homecoming night was shocking…

¿por qué nuestro profesor no usa los pantalones? (DID YOU STUDY FOR TODAY’S TEST?)
“Capitol Hill High” is a late-night episodic comedy show that satirizes both life on Seattle's über-hip Capitol Hill neighborhood and life in the high stakes land of High School. “Capitol Hill High, Episode One: The Queen Isn't Dead Yet” was a break-out hit, playing to sold-out audiences at Capitol Hill Arts Center Lower Level in February and garnering critical and audience acclaim. In “Episode One”, a transfer student from Walla Walla learned what happens when the freaks rule the school! The vicious race for Homecoming Queen ended in break-ups, broken hearts, shattered dreams and a violent cliff hanger!
The new episode will even feature a clip show of scenes from the first, so audiences can jump right into the action!
¡La cocaína está disponible en la cafetería! (AND NOW A WORD FROM YOUR PRINCIPAL!)
Writer/Director Dan Dembiczak: “As a child, I loved watching soap operas. I watched them with my older sisters, my mother, neighbor kids and friends who shared my passion (many of whom were boys and not the kind who wanted to wear Marlena's gowns, either). We'd gather in the basement with grilled cheese sandwiches and soda pop, dying to know if Kayla would forgive Jack for raping her now that they were related. Or what about that crazy Riverfront Knifer and the pimp whose face melted off? I was partial to "Days of Our Lives," obviously, but a few sick days would get me hooked on any of them. Even "Loving”! Later, I discovered the edgier, weirder and more difficult to understand soap operas of the Spanish language, known as telenovelas. This episode of Capitol Hill High is very much that: colorful, melodramatic, twisted and even a little bit supernatural.

“While “Episode One” introduced us to the archetypical hooligans living in the hallways of Capitol Hill High, “Episode Two” moves beyond initiation and delves right into all the meddling, conniving and Latin heat present in most high schools. It is said that all good shows eventually devolve into soap operas. So why waste time?”

TICKETS ARE $10 ADVANCE AND $12 AT THE DOOR. TICKETS MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH www.brownpapertickets.com OR BY CALLING: 1.800.838.3006. WEDNESDAY SHOWS ARE ALL AGES. THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SHOWS ARE 21+ W/ID. FULL BAR IS OPEN DURING PERFORMANCES.

CAPITOL HILL ARTS CENTER LOWER LEVEL is located at:
1621 – 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122. 206.388.0569

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De-Tension Party this Saturday! [21 Jun 2006|01:24pm]

craigtrolli
[ mood | pa-arty! ]

PRESS CONTACT
Craig Trolli
craigtrolli@yahoo.com
badactorproductions.org
tbcseattle.com
capitolhillhigh.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

A PRIDE PARTY FOR EVERYONE: ‘DE-TENSION’!

BAD ACTOR PRODUCTIONS & TO BE CONTINUED PRODUCTIONS PRESENT:

‘DE-TENSION’ Dance Party at CHAC Lower Level Allows Everyone to Celebrate Pride!

-OPENING: Saturday, June 24, 2006.
-RUNS: Saturday, June 24, 2006 (Midnight-3am).
-KILL DATE – Sunday, June 25, 2006

ANYONE CAN EARN ‘DE-TENSION’!
Seattle (June 8, 2006)– ‘De-Tension’ is the kind of punishment any student can earn! Want to celebrate Pride but don’t want to go to the usual gay bars? Trying to find a place where people of all orientations can mingle and have fun? Then break the rules and stay after school for the release the whole student body is seeking.

TIME TO MOVE THAT STUDENT BODY!
After class, in this case the Saturday, June 24 performance of ‘Capitol Hill High, Episode Two: The Twin Has Spoken’, students are encouraged to stay for the fun! Jocks, band geeks, foreign exchange students, shop nerds, the Popular Kids, thespians, Dungeons & Dragons dorks, cheerleaders, mean girls, Goth kids, home schoolers, and even Alternative High Schoolers, are all invited to shake their groove thang at the diverse, multi-everything, completely imaginary Capitol Hill High cafeteria! For one night, you don’t have to form a clique, worry that people are talking about you, or try to fit in with the latest iPod or cell phone cover!
-next-
DJ CURTIS IS TEACHING SPIN CLASS IN THE CAFETERIA!
DJ Curtis(“Members Only”, “Low Life”), will be spinning tunes that’ll keep students and their chaperones away from the walls!

DON’T GIVE YOUR LUNCH MONEY TO THE BULLIES!
For those who attend the June 24 showing (10:30pm) of ‘Capitol Hill High, Episode Two: The Twin Has Spoken’, at the CHAC Lower Level, there will be no admission price for the party afterwards. For attendees only coming for the party, and audience members who came on any other evening of the show’s run, it’ll just cost $5, which you should be able to easily steal from your mother’s purse! For tickets and info on the show, go to:www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4944.


TICKETS ARE $5 AT THE DOOR. NO COST FOR THOSE WHO ATTEND AND STAY AFTER THE JUNE 24 SHOWING OF ‘CAPITOL HILL HIGH, EPISODE TWO: THE TWIN HAS SPOKEN’. TICKETS MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH www.brownpapertickets.com OR BY CALLING: 1.800.838.3006. 21+ W/ID.

CAPITOL HILL ARTS CENTER LOWER LEVEL is located at:
1621 – 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122. 206.388.0569

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Playback Theater Workshop!! [21 Apr 2006|10:11am]

dibble_dabble
What: Playback Theater Workshop

When: Saturday, May 20, 2006
11:00 am – 4:00 pm

Where: Seattle Center House in the TPS rooms (on the fourth floor)

Cost: $75 ($50 for TPS members)

Playback Theater is a unique form of improvisational theater wherein performers recreate personal experiences as spontaneous pieces of theater. Participants in this workshop will learn the ropes of improv and playback (active-listening, reacting, storytelling, ensemble work, creative movement, etc…) through engaging games and exercises. Learn how to do this amazing and exciting form of improvisational performance from Playback Theater Northwest’s Artistic Directors, Sierra Zweig and Amanda Rountree.

For more info, or to enroll, please call 206.726.1415 or email playback_amanda@yahoo.com. Please visit our website at www.playbacktheaternw.org.

Playback Theater Northwest is a non-profit 501c3 theater company founded in 1991.
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