Taylorsville Arts Council is holding auditions for their summer musical Annie Get Your Gun, May 3rd and 4th from 6:30-8:30 at Taylorsville City Hall, 2600 West Taylorsville Blvd. Those wishing to audition should come prepared with 32 bars of a song in the style of the show, an accompanist will be provided. A resume and headshot not necessary, but extremely helpful. Families are encouraged to audition. Callbacks will be by invite only on Saturday, May 5th. The show will run July 16-21, at the SLCC Redwood Road Alder Amphitheater.
The Marion K. “Doc” Smith Symposium on Science Fiction and Fantasy is interested in collecting 40 minute papers for their 2019 conference. They are especially interested in papers in the following areas:
– Literary criticism/analysis of science fiction and fantasy and related literature (medieval, renaissance, mythology, magic realism, graphic novels, etc.)
– Science and technology (especially new or unusual)
– Serious analysis of science fiction and fantasy in cinema, television, radio, and other media
– Analysis of science fiction and fiction relating to poetry or theatre
– Critical analysis of the narrative, aesthetic, and thematic elements of science fiction and fantasy video games
– Mormon culture, literature, and society in relation to science fiction and fantasy
Submission must include the full paper. To submit, please send papers to LTUE—Academics, c/o Marny Park, 1063 JFSB, Provo, Utah 84602 or email electronic submissions as RTF files to email@example.com. Include name, phone number, street address, and email address on cover sheet. Papers submitted without contact information will not be considered. Student papers welcome. Please see ltue.net for more information.
Papers must be submitted no later than October 1, 2018.
(*Accepted papers may be published in the Proceedings volume at a later date.)
Hello Potential Contestant,
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Qualified Judges wanted: April 20-21, 3A State Drama at Richfield High School (Richfield, Utah). They need qualified judges who would be willing to judge one or two days. Those who participate will be paid $50 ($150 for one-act play judges, which need to be exceptionally qualified) and be fed. You’ll need to take a quick judging test to register. Please contact Robert Willardson at (435) 616-1231 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more about this opportunity.
Come see this free performance Saturday, April 7 at 7:30pm in the Nelke Theatre.
The Park City Institute would like to offer 1/2 price tickets to BYU students and faculty to come see the executive director of the ACLU: Anthony Romero. Mr. Romero will be speaking at Park City’s Eccles Center for the Performing Arts on Tuesday, April 3 at 7:30pm. In order to redeem this offer, simply go to www.ecclescenter.org and use promo code CU241, or call our box office at (435) 655-3114. Below is a small biography of Mr. Anthony D. Romero.
Anthony D. Romero Executive Director, American Civil Liberties Union:
Anthony D. Romero is the Executive Director of the American Civil Liberties Union, the nation’s premier defender of liberty and individual freedom. An attorney with a history of public-interest activism, Romero has presided over the most successful membership growth in the ACLU’s history and a large increase in national and affiliate staff. This extraordinary growth has allowed the ACLU to expand its nationwide litigation, lobbying, advocacy, and public education programs.
ARIEL THEATRICAL is a musical theatre production company whose mission is to help young people learn to live principle-centered lives while participating in musical theatre classes and productions. We teach, model and encourage Accountability, Respect, Integrity, Excellence, and Leadership (A-R-I-E-L) in all aspects of our programs and operations. Young people are given unique opportunities to learn the importance of practicing these key principles while creating, performing, and sharing experiences that will impact them for a lifetime.
ARIEL is located in the vibrant City Center of Salinas, California. Our season consists of 10 productions annually. In addition, we provide programs that are woven into our yearly schedule including summer day-camps, off-site after-school theatre programs, day-time home school classes, and a partnership with Special Kids Crusade (a local non-profit) through which developmentally disabled children and young adults participate in a mentor-supported musical production. All of ARIEL’s programs are performance based. Instruction in acting, singing and dancing is integrated into the rehearsal process.
ARIEL is seeking an Artist-In-Residence who will work closely with the Artistic Director in implementing established programs. The candidate will focus on helping young people learn skills, develop character, and cooperate with other cast members while bringing all elements together for public performances with high production value. The candidate will work with the Artistic Director to make decisions about staging, costuming, and design. This is a position with long-term growth potential.
Candidates must have a sound understanding of the theatre process and the ability to direct and teach children (ages 5-18). The candidate must demonstrate strong organizational skills, a high standard of integrity, an exceptional work ethic and attention to detail. The ability to take initiative, show leadership and embrace the ARIEL mission in every aspect of their work is imperative. A bachelor’s degree in theatre or theatre education with teaching experience is preferred but not required.
Salary is commensurate with experience. Vacation time and paid holidays are included. Please send cover letter and resume, including names and phone numbers of three references, to email@example.com. Candidates under consideration will submit to a criminal background check administered by an independent company per ARIEL policy.
Mission: ARIEL Theatrical is committed to helping young people learn to lead principle-centered lives.
Vision: To enable our participants to embrace and practice values and principles that will help them to make the world a better place.
Principles: Accountability, Respect, Integrity, Excellence, Leadership
ARIEL Theatrical Code of Conduct:
I have chosen to be a part of an ARIEL program. I will bring positive energy and enthusiasm with me and be ready to learn.
I will respect myself for having made this commitment. I will respect others in this program for doing the same. I will respect parent volunteers, staff members, and other adults who are working so that I may have this experience. I will respect the building in which we meet and the property and beliefs of others.
I apply ARIEL’s values by conducting myself with courtesy and self-discipline, refraining from coarse or profane language, and following ARIEL’s dress code. If a conflict should arise, I will be part of the solution rather than the problem.