Audition Monologues & Scene Work with Janis Stevens
Only 8 spots left! Phone Ray Tatar for a Reservation: 916-600-9536
- 7-9pm on Sunday and Monday evenings, beginning January 13 and ending February 4.
- Fee is $200 for all eight evenings or if participant only wants to attend on one evening a week, cost is $100.
- Scenes will be selected by Ms. Stevens.
- If participant wishes to work on audition material they may bring pieces into the class or ask that pieces be assigned.
- Class size is a maximum of 10 students.
- Coaching and direction will be based on the tools of Stanislavski and Focus will also be given to “external skills” (vocal and physical expressiveness). Continue reading
California Stage presents John O’Keefe’s new play, “Times Like These,” October 19th through November 18th.
The play takes place in Hitler’s Berlin between 1934 and 1938. It is a play about Meta Wolff, Germany’s most famous actress, who is banned from the stage because she is a Jew. She attacks the only way she can: through her actor-husband, Oskar Weiss, whom she directs behind the scenes in a production of “Hamlet” to boldly satirize the Nazi regime.
It stars Gary Wright (AEA) and Lois Masten-Ewing, and is directed by Richard Winters.
The production plays Fridays & Saturdays at 8PM and Sundays at 2PM, October 19 to November 18, 2018. Tickets are $15-20.
Get your TICKETS HERE, or by calling 916-451-5822.
Join Us for Two Great July Musical Events: Darden and Chris Williams!
DARDEN: On tour “For LOVE & HARMONY”
ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY JULY 15 at 2PM!
The Darden Sisters are comprised of Selah, on the violin; Clarah, the guitarist; Havi on mandolin, and Tabbi, the bassist. All four are vocalists in the group, focusing on harmonies and musical blends.
Raised on the California Coast in a family of musicians, the Dardens grew up surrounded by musical influences from almost every genre. Originally, their vocals were backed by Grandpa Joe Tatar on honky-tonk style piano, but eventually, each of f them decided picked up instruments, and formed their own musical entity.
Each of the sisters are songwriters in the group, and now play several instruments each. They have developed a sound which has been dubbed “Alternative Americana.”
More on the Darden Sisters here.
BUY TICKETS: $15 Students, Seniors; $20 General Admission.
CHRIS WILLIAMS: “Torched: Songs That Ruined Our Lives”
JULY 13,14 at 8PM, and JULY 15 at 6PM!
This workshop production is written and performed by Ashland actor and director Christine Williams and directed by local director Megan Cooper. Join Chris as she explores the crazy world of singing songs written by men for women to sing about how they are supposed to feel about men, assisted on the piano by local music director Gerald Rheault.