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Ashanti, Orlando Jones, LaChanze, Tichina Arnold & Dawn Lewis. Oh yeah, I’m in it too….(but don’t blink….lol)
Rock-A-My Soul Musical Auditions for Male and Female Lead Singers and Ensemble Singers
The Riant Theatre will be holding an OPEN CALL auditions for Rock-A-My Soul In The Bosom Of Abraham, a rock/gospel musical at 419 Lafayette St, 2 Floor, between Astor Place and East 4th Street (#6 Train to Astor Place or R Train to 8th Street) on Wed. June 24th 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.; Thurs. June 25th 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. and Tues. June 30th from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Roles: All characters are southerners. Dan Smith: (age 30s), white, dramatic role (lead, tenor/belt), Bobby: (20-30), white, Susan’s boyfriend, rugged, a womanizer; Taylor Cooper: (age 20-30) black, accused of carjacking (lead, lyric baritone/tenor); Mrs. Cooper: (age 50s) his mother (lead, belt soprano, gospel); Julie: (age 20s), Taylor’s girlfriend, black, (lead, soprano/belt); Mrs. Johnson: (age 40s) black, Julie’s mother (singer); Mr. Johnson: (age 40s) black, Julie’s father, (singers); Abraham Cooper: (age 30s) black, Cooper’s step brother, an attorney, (lead, tenor, dramatic role); Reverend Boyd: (age 40s) black, baritone/belt; Ensemble (singers). Prepare 2 songs a cappela, 1 legit and 1 gospel, r&b or rock, bring pix & resume. Performance dates August 16th – August 30th at the Theatre at St. Clement’s. Pictures & Resumes may also be emailed to email@example.com. No pay, no fee, Non-Equity. Interns may apply by visiting website at http://therianttheatre.com/management.html
The Classical Theatre of Harlem invites you to view the ARCHBISHOP SUPREME TARTUFFE video trailer and receive a special 50% discount!
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By Alfred Preisser & Randy Weiner
Directed by Alfred Preisser
Featuring: Two-time Tony Award nominee Andre DeShields, Ted Lange (best known for this role as Isaac the bartender on the TV series “The Love Boat”), Kim Brockington (“Guiding Light,” Angela’s Mixtape), as well as Jennifer Akabue, Gerron Atkinson, Jabari Brisport, Tyrone Davis Jr., Soneela Nankani, Gina Marie Rivera, Charletta Rozzell, Lawrence Street, Kisa Willis and Rejinald Woods
June 12 – July 19, 2009
Tuesday 7pm | Wednesday – Friday 8 pm | Saturday 3pm & 8pm | Sunday 3pm & 7pm
Theatre Row Studios | Clurman Theatre | 410 West 42nd Street (between 9th & 10th Ave.)
Based on Moliere’s great comic classic and inspired by the gloriously unorthodox ministries of Reverend Ike, Daddy Grace and Rasputin, the Classical Theatre of Harlem proudly presents the world premiere of ARCHBISHOP SUPREME TARTUFFE.
Three ways to order your tickets:
Phone: (212) 279.4200
In-Person: Theatre Row Box Office | 410 West 42nd Street between 9th & 10th Aves.
Click here to view Archbishop Supreme Tartuffe video trailer and receive a special 50% discount
ARCHBISHOP SUPREME TARTUFFE is supported in part by funds from The City of New York Theatre Subdistrict Council, LDC, The City of New York and The Tony Randall Theatrical Fund.
See Things of Dry Hours for as little as $32.50*!
“DELROY LINDO is SUPERB. Things of Dry Hours is a stark, complex drama filled with rich imagery and laced with dark humor. ” – Associated Press
“Four stars! A gorgeously written and philosophically rich celebration sharing this little known chapter of history.” – Time Out NY “
A passionate, intimate, historical reclamation of the little-known intersection of Southern racism and the black-led Communist Party in ’30s Alabama. Directed with robust beauty. ” – Newsday
“Garret Dillahunt is compelling” – AP
“Roslyn Ruff combines a vast intelligence and a deep sensuality.”- Newsday
New York Theatre Workshop presents
Things of Dry Hours
Written by Naomi Wallace
Directed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson
Featuring Garret Dillahunt, Delroy Lindo, Roslyn Ruff
Naomi Wallace’s Things of Dry Hours marks the return to the New York stage of famed stage and screen star Delroy Lindo, who received Tony Award and Drama Desk nominations for his last Broadway appearance in the original Joe Turner’s Come and Gone. Lindo is joined on stage by OBIE Award-winner Roslyn Ruff, who just earned rave reviews for her performance in Athol Fugard’s Coming Home at Long Wharf and Garret Dillahunt (No Country for Old Men). Set in Depression-era Alabama, Things of Dry Hours tells the story of Tice Hogan (Lindo), an African American out-of-work Sunday school teacher and member of the Communist Party, and his daughter Cali (Ruff) whose lives get turned upside down when they take in a mysterious white factory worker (Dillahunt) on the run. Tony Award-winning actor, writer and producer Ruben Santiago-Hudson (Lackawanna Blues, Seven Guitars) directs.
Special Ticket Offer
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$32.50 tickets for all weekend performances and
$40.00 tickets for all weekday performances now through June 28th (reg. $65).
Three easy ways to purchase tickets:
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3) Bring a print-out of this offer to the New York Theatre Workshop Box Office located at 79 East 4th Street between Second Avenue and Bowery (open Tuesdays – Saturdays, 1pm – 6pm).
Limited Engagement: Now through June 28 ONLY!Tuesdays at 7pm, Wednesdays thru Fridays at 8pm, Saturdays at 3pm & 8pm, Sundays at 2pm & 7pm**
* Subject to availability and prior sale. May not be combined with any other offers and discounts. All sales final. No refunds or exchanges. Limit 6 tickets per order. Offer expires June 28, 2009 but may be revoked anytime.
** CheapTix Sundays: all seats for all Sunday performances at 7pm are just $20 each! Tickets are available in advance, in cash only. Limit four tickets per person.
Concert: Miguel Zenón Trio
Featuring: Uptown Arts Stroll 2009 honoree Miguel Zenón playing new compositions with arrangements by Puerto Rican and Cuban composers.
Miguel Zenón, saxophone
Ricky Rodriguez, bass
Henry Cole, drums
Washington Heights resident Miguel Zenón was born and raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico. There, he studied classical saxophone at the famed Escuela Libre de Música. It was at the Berklee School of Music that his formal jazz training began. Zenón went on to attend the Manhattan School of Music and received a Masters in Saxophone Performance.
In 2008 Zenón received a fellowship from the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation. Later that year he was one of the 25 distinguished individuals chose to receive the MacArthur “Genius” Grant. The fellowship is a prestigious addition in Zenón’s fast-rising career fusing jazz with various forms of music from Puerto Rico, like bomba and jíbara. To date, he has four albums of his own and has appeared as a sideman in more that 15 others.
Miguel Zenón, residente de Washington Heights, nació y se crió en San Juan, Puerto Rico. Allí estudio saxofón clásico en la afamada Escuela Libre de Música. Fue en la Berklee School of Music donde comenzó formalmente su aprendizaje del jazz. Zenón continuó su formación en la Manhattan School of Music donde recibió un Master en Interpretación de Saxofón.
En el 2008 Zenón recibió una beca de la fundación John Simon Guggenheim. Ese mismo año, se convirtió en una de las 25 personas distinguidas con una beca “genio” MacArthur. Esta beca significa otro prestigioso logro en la meteórica carrera que Zenón ha desarrollado fusionando el jazz con distintas formas de música puertorriqueña, como la bomba o la jíbara. Hasta la fecha, Zenón ha publicado cuatro álbumes propios y ha participado como acompañante en otros quince.
Tuesday, June 23, 7pm
Hispanic Society of America
Broadway between 155th and 156th Street
New York, NY 10032
RSVP: 212.568.4396 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Where: Joe’s Pub (425 Lafayette)
When: July 10
CD Release Party
July 17, 2009 @ 8pm
Billie’s Black Lounge 271 W 119th St. NYC
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CD release and rare New York duo piano performance with:
Andy Milne & Benoît Delbecq
Sunday, June 28th
4:30pm & 6:30pm / $15
Klavierhaus / 211 West 58th St.
(bt. 7th & 8th Ave.) New York, NY
reservations – (718) 732-2276 / email@example.com
SUMMER ARTS CAMP IS BRAND NEW!
WEEKLY ART TRIPS
|This summer we are launching the re-birth of our Summer Arts camp. The West Side YMCA has hosted a popular Arts Camp for many years and this year will be the best yet! This year camp will be headed up by a new, talented trio of strong leaders: Adrianne Barr, Summer Arts Camp Director, and Assistant Summer Arts Camp Directors, Ayo Cummings and Grace Rochford. This year’s whole new staff have a minimum of 40 hours of YMCA training, arts backgrounds, and experience with children. All counselors are over 18 and have college degrees or are pursuing them. Specialists are established professionals in their disciplines in the NYC arts scene.Starting June 29th campers from 7-14 years will explore five major art disciplines: music, writing, visual art, theatre, and dance. Our campers will have the opportunity to focus on the art form that they love while exploring others that they might not have been familiar with. Each disicpline will be taught by talented, succesful artists from the New York area, including many currently working in our year-long staff.
WEEKLY ART TRIPS: The Metroplitant Museum of Art, Sony Wonder Technology Lab, Museum of the Moving Image, Percussion Workshop, Literally Alive Children’s Theatre, The Drilling Company’s Shakespeare in the Parking Lot, New York Botanical Gardens, TheatreWorks, USA
To register your child please visit the Customer Service Center in the West Side YMCA lobby.
For more information about Summer Arts Camp, please contact: Grace Rochford or Ayo Cummings
(212) 875-4219 or GRochford@ymcanyc.org
Voza Rivers/ New Heritage Theatre Group
and To RSVP
@ 212-926-2550 x21
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