Faculty Meetings Schedule – Click to download the Fall 2018 Semester Faculty Calendar.
Oct 16: 3-4pm, Job Talk; 4-5pm, TLC
Oct 18: 3-5pm, Media Arts Faculty Meeting – Fiction Greenlight Pitches, Winter Fiction Capstone Packets Due; 3-5pm, Theatre Area Meetings
Oct 23: 3-4pm, TPC (F-556); 4-5pm, Job Talk
Oct 25: 3-5pm, Media Arts Search Committee; 4-5pm, Theatre Search Committee
Events Schedule – See EVENTS below for details.
Oct 18-20: Microburst Theatre Festival in the Nelke Theatre, for tickets and show times click here
Oct 19: BYU Final Cut Film Festival Submissions are Due
Oct 26-Nov 10: The Mousetrap in the Pardoe Theatre – for tickets and show times click here
Nov 1-2: Auditions for Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead
Nov 15: Application to Spring 2019 London Study Abroad Due; Graduation Applications for April Graduation are Due
Nov 15-17: BYU Final Cut Film Festival – for tickets and showtimes click here
Nov 16: 8pm, MDT Cabaret at the Wall
Theatre Forum Schedule (Nelke Theatre — 11am, Unless otherwise specified)
Oct 18: Playwriting Forum with George Nelson
Oct 25: La Donna Forsgren, Guest Lecturer
Nov 1: Faith and Works with Joe Ostraff in the Madsen Recital Hall
Nov 8: Theatre Education Form with Julia Ashworth
Media Arts Forum (F-201 HFAC — 11am, Unless otherwise specified)
For updates about Media Arts activities, click here.
Mask Club Schedule
Oct 18: Director Paige Flecher, A Year with Frog and Toad
Oct 25: Director Brandon Bringhurst, Inherit the Wind
Nov 1: Director Kassidy Ludeman, Step on a Crack
Nov 8: Director Costner Henson, Caucasian Chalk Circle
For a list of college and university funding opportunities, go here: http://cfac.byu.edu/faculty-funding/
Microburst Theatre Festival: The Microburst Theatre is coming to the Nelke Theatre for one weekend only. Go get your tickets for 7:30pm on Thursday, October 18 to Saturday, October 20, with one matinee showing at 2pm on Saturday.
Final Cut Submissions: The BYU Final Cut Film Festival is a student-produced, student-created film festival. Over a period of several evenings, we will screen a collection of the best fiction, non-fiction, commercial, and animation films students create here at BYU. Final Cut is sponsored by the BYU Theatre and Media Arts department and the Student Film Association. The purpose of this festival is to encourage all students to create and watch meaningful and creative media. Festival submissions are open to all current BYU students. Submissions are due Friday, October 19 and then be screened from Thursday, November 15 to Saturday, November 17. Visit byufinalcut.com for more information.
The Mousetrap: Trapped in a local bed and breakfast by a snowstorm, a group of strangers is horrified to learn there is a murderer in their midst. Join us for the longest-running play of the modern era, a tale of suspense and terror that ends as shockingly today as it did in 1952. Agatha’ Christie’s thriller The Mousetrap is coming to the Pardoe Theatre this year! Don’t miss out on tickets to this sure to shocking show from Friday, October 26 to Saturday, November 10.
Help us Shape the Future of Mormon art:
The Mormon Arts Center is pleased to announce a Call for Submissions. This Call for Submissions is open to scholars, curators, artists, performers, and others who desire to engage with the goals of the Mormon Arts Center to display and perform Mormon art in New York City and elsewhere; to publish scholarship and criticism about Mormon art to reach a wider public; and to establish a comprehensive archive of Mormon Arts, 1830 to the present. The Center invites individuals to submit ideas for presentations, events, exhibitions, performances, Center programs, and scholarly works for publication to be completed over the next three years. These projects, including book launches, will debut primarily but not exclusively at the annual Mormon Arts Center Festivals in New York City beginning in 2019. Deadline for 2019 projects is December 15, 2018. Send all submission proposals to email@example.com with the heading, “Call for Submissions” with the following information:
1. Prepare a written proposal of less than 250 words describing your vision of the potential project. Provide an estimate of resources (time and finances) necessary to achieve it. More extensive projects will require fuller proposals.
2. Include your biographical information, which may include similar previous work or qualifications.
Mass Casualty Simulation Event: In conjunction with the University EMS students, The College of Nursing, The TMA Department and University Police, the Fall Semester Mass Casualty Simulation Event is scheduled for Saturday, October 20, 2018. We need 100+ victims who can commit to the entire time, and be willing to have moulage makeup applied and act the part, so we can work together to train each other and prepare for emergencies on campus. Please go here to sign up: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Ccuo4h5jBxTZqHVZyr4LxbHNWm5J9dCEuMwYYH246VY/edit?usp=sharing
If you would like to know what the event is like, check out this video from last semester:
London Study Abroad: While the deadline for the Winter 2019 Study Abroad at London Center has passed, the London Theatre Spring Study Abroad in the Spring Term 2019 with Professor Megan Sanborn Jones is still available! Be sure to take advantage of these great opportunities to study in London next year. Application deadline is November 15, 2018.
National Gallery of Art – Senior Fellowship Program:
The Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts announces its program fro senior fellowships. Fellowships are for full-time research, and scholars are expected to reside in Washington and to participate in the activities of the Center throughout the fellowship period. Lectures, colloquia, and informal discussions complement the fellowship program. Each senior fellow is provided with a study. In addition, senior fellows who relocate to Washington are provided with housing in apartments near the Gallery, subject to availability.
Senior fellowships are intended for those who have held the PhD for 5+ years or more at the time of application, or who possess an equivalent record of professional accomplishment. Individuals currently affiliated with the National Gallery of Art are not eligible for the senior fellowship program. A senior fellowship award for the academic year is normally limited to 1/2 of applicants salary, up to a maximum of $50,000, depending on individual circumstances. Awards for a single academic term are prorated. Senior fellows also receive allowances for travel to a scholarly conference, in addition to housing, as available.
Applications: Candidates for the senior fellowship program must submit an online application that includes a proposal and a copy of two publications, either articles or chapters from books, to be submitted on or before the application deadline. Three letters of recommendation are required. Procedures for associate appointments are the same as those for the senior fellowship program. Holders of senior fellowships may reapply five years after the completion of the fellowship. Individuals may not apply for other Center fellowships while an application is pending or once a fellowship has been awarded. Senior fellowships may not be postponed or renewed. Deadline: October 15, 2018
National Gallery of Art – Visiting Senior Fellowship Program:
The Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts announces its program fro senior fellowships. Fellowships are for full-time research, and scholars are expected to reside in Washington and to participate in the activities of the Center throughout the fellowship period. Lectures, colloquia, and informal discussions complement the fellowship program. Each senior fellow is provided with a study. In addition, visiting senior fellows who relocate to Washington are provided with housing in apartments near the Gallery, subject to availability.
Visiting senior fellowships are intended for those who have held the PhD for 5+ years or more at the time of application, or who possess an equivalent record of professional accomplishment. Individuals currently affiliated with the National Gallery of Art are not eligible for the visiting senior fellowship program. The Center awards up to twelve short-term (up to 60 days) Paul Mellon and Ailsa Mellon Bruce Visiting Senior Fellowships annually. Stipends for 2-month fellowships range from $7,000 to $8,000, depending on relocation requirements; in addition, fellows receive housing, as available.
Applications: Candidates for the visiting senior fellowships program must submit an online application that includes a proposal and a copy of one article or chapter from books, to be submitted on or before the application deadline. Two letters of recommendation are required. Visiting senior fellows may receive awards in three consecutive years but thereafter must wait three years before reapplying to the Center. Individuals may not apply for other Center fellowships while an application is pending or once a fellowship has been awarded. Visiting senior fellowships may not be postponed or renewed.
Award Period: September 1, 2019 – February 29, 2020
Deadline: March 21, 2019
Theatre Season 2018-2019
The 2018-19 BYU Theatre season has been announced! Fall semester theatre season productions will include: The World’s Strongest Librarian, The Mousetrap, and Radium Girls. Dates for all productions can be found online at byutheatre.byu.edu.
For non-BYU events in the area, see events in the area.
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead: Come join BYU in the production of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, a comedic response to Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Auditions will be held on Thursday, November 1 and Friday, November 2. To sign up for an audition, click here.
For non-departmental auditions, see auditions in the area.
AUDITIONS IN THE AREA
Student Actors Wanted to Assist in Chaplain Counseling Classes: Student actors needed for three separate roles (both male and female). Each part portrays a counseling subject (client) in a military setting speaking with a Chaplain (who is a graduate student in the Pastoral Counseling Class). The student actor portrays a specific challenge for the counseling chaplain. We provide a script and general scenario for character development, but his will be more a guided improvisation than a memorized script. The 45 minute sessions will be October 23, 30 and November 6,13, 27 and December 4 and 11. The time is 1:00 pm to 1:50 pm usually in room 213 in the JSB. Sessions are recorded for student and teacher review and learning, and are not published or broadcast. If there are any persona issues with the character to be portrayed the actor may demure and opt out. The Religious Education department pays for four hours of character development as preparation for one 45 minute session of acting. Total is $60 per performance. Questions? Please contact Brother Boatright or Brother Theodore at 801-422-9174 or 3287. Please provide a resume with headshot via email. Application deadline is October 16 at 4:15 pm.
Need some service hours? We have an opportunity for you! The BYU Nursing Department is looking for theatre student volunteers to help enhance the simulation learning experience for BYU’s nursing students. These will be one hour sessions where volunteers will be assuming the role of family member to a simulated patient (high fidelity manikin). Volunteers will be at the bedside in our simulation center (Kimball tower) and will interact with the student nurses as they work on meeting multiple patient and family needs. Wigs and props will be provided as well as a detailed role distribution and simulation objectives. Simulation dates will be November 8-9, 15-16 and 29-30. To sign up for this opportunity, please click here.
For more non-departmental auditions, see auditions in the area.
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