Special thanks go out to:
Our Audience--for laughing with us and at us. We are nothing without your continued support!
Our Participants--for being ready to take a risk and step on stage. For memorizing, Our participants this time around were probably more memorized and prepared than they had ever been before! And for giving us such a great show!
Daniel Whiting--You never would have known it, but this was Daniel's first time running the workshop. And he did a marvelous job!
Julie Garbutt--for finding us a place to hold the workshop! We could not have done it without her!
Jyllian Petrie--for outstanding work on costuming and props! and much help in organizing!
Jordan Vance and Becca Ingram--For tackling the arduous task of casting 24 people in 60 roles! No easy job!
Kyle Oram--for help co-ordinating, advertising, organizing, and excessive awesomeness. Not to mention excellent work on the guitar.
Jason Sullivan--for handling our donations and finances, and for contributing in our preparations!
Matt Carlin--for superb work keeping us both safe and entertained during our stage fights!
Jordan Campbell--for taking our show to the next level with some great music!
Mark Oram and Alex Ungerman--for an excellent and timely cutting! And for writing lots of e-mails and fielding correspondence.
Bill Shakespeare--for writing some great plays.
Kate McPherson--for being our champion and Resident Scholar (and excellent solicitor of donations) We would not exist without her influence.
Trevor Robertson--for advertising and flyers and consistent reliability.
Adam Decker, Claudia and Emily Dorsey, Michael Nagro, Miranda McPherson--for consistently and continually signing-up and contributing great performances!
Mel Leilani Larson--for encouraging her students to come!
Again, Our Audience--for being wonderfully supportive, patient, understanding, and encouraging. We had 75 turn out to see the show! That's fantastic!
Our next workshop is already in the works--join us on our Facebook fanpage to receive updates on developments as they are hatched!
Tuesday, January 5, 2010
TWELFTH NIGHT--workshop January 16th
This is how it works:
1-You sign-up via e-mail. Just send us a message and let us know you want a piece of the action.
2-We randomly assign parts. You recieve a few scenes from us about 4 or 5 days before the workshop. You memorize your lines.
3-You show up Saturday January 16th at 5pm ready to work hard and have a good time. You've read a synopsis of the play, you've done a bit of homework, and you've memorized your lines.
We rehearse for a few hours, then we play.
4-You perform a fast paced and furiously funny one-hour cutting of Twelfth Night. All your friends and family come to see you perform. Good times all around.
SIGN UP TODAY TO RESERVE YOUR SLOT!
questions? Send them on over to email@example.com