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Join us this Saturday for our monthly Tallgrass Experience!
Travel around our facility and get your education on at each of our special knowledge stations! Chat it up with brewers and other Tallgrass employees while checking out the inner workings of our operation!
This month will feature two cask beers in Area 51. Get here early for a taste of Mexican Chili Chocolate Sweat and Pumpkin Pale ale! Plus, our Russian Imperial Coffee Chocolate Stout will be on tap!
$5 will get you a special tour glass and 6 sample tickets to try out our brews! Come on in and spend the day with us!
Open Call-January 27th and 28th from 6:30-8:30 PM
Call Backs-Jan 29th beginning at 6:30 PM
7-10 young girls, recommended (not required) ages 6-13*
10-12 teenage to adult women
10-12 teenage to adult men
Rehearsals will run from February 3rd-March 27th**
Performances are March 28-30
April 4-6, 11-13
**Highly Recommended** Please prepare at minimum 16 bars of music theatre repertoire (preferred not from “Annie”) to sing from memory. Accompanist will be provided. Make sure sheet music is neat and tidy, Thank you!
*Please note. This is a production where will we be casting a limited amount of children. Not all children who audition will be cast. Those not cast will have the opportunity to assist backstage if interested.
**Due to the size of this production, the rehearsal schedule is two weeks longer than is typical for productions at the Columbian. That being said, individuals directly involved with “Nunsense” are welcome to audition but would need to be available on weekends to catch up.
February 4 – May 25, 2014
Opening Reception- Thursday, February 6, 2014
5 to 7 p.m., Beach Museum of Art
Cash bar available.
Thursday, March 13, 2014 – Take Shelter talk
7 p.m., Flint Hills Discovery Center, 315 S. Third St., Manhattan, Kansas
Find out more information at: http://beach.k-state.edu/explore/exhibitions/parish.html
and visit http://www.flinthillshelters.com (now online!)
The local production team for Hedwig and the Angry Inch at Aggie Central Station is looking for a Yitzhak for their upcoming April production of Hedwig!
Hedwig and the Angry Inch is a rock musical about a fictional rock and roll band fronted by an East German transgender singer. The text is by John Cameron Mitchell, and the music and lyrics are by Stephen Trask. The musical premiered in 1998 and has been performed throughout the world in hundreds of stage productions.
The story draws on Mitchell’s life as the son of a U.S. Army Major General who once commanded the U.S. sector of occupied West Berlin. The character of Hedwig was originally inspired by a German divorced U.S. Army wife who was a Mitchell family babysitter and moonlighted as a prostitute at her Junction City, Kansas trailer park home. The music is steeped in the androgynous 1970s glam rock era of David Bowie (who co-produced the Los Angeles production of the show), as well as the work of John Lennon and early punk godfathers Lou Reed and Iggy Pop.
Performance dates are April 10-12th and 17-19th with four weeks of rehearsals preceding on Sunday-Tuesday afternoon/early evenings.
Yitzhak: (Lead) Hedwig’s Croatian male husband and roadie/back-up singer; Hedwig’s vocal sparring partner- theirs is an emotional and at times abusive relationship; actress/actor playing Yitzhak should be believable as a butch male but one that chafes at the bonds of traditional masculinity and longs to explore his feminine, creative side; very strong singer with rock and roll vibe; wide vocal range a must (High belt to a G); must have a convincing Eastern European accent.
We are auditioning both males and females for this part.
A 1min prepared monologue is suggested, but not required. Come ready to sing as a group and with our Hedwig.
For score and libretto access or any other relevant questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will be having an additional audition/callback period on Saturday, on Saturday, January 18th from 6-8pm.
6 men/ 6 women
Director is Kim Riley.
Please come either night, ideally between 7 and 8 pm and fill out an audition form.
Please also be prepared to fill out a bio sheet that can be used in the program if you are selected to be in the play. You may want to write this ahead of time and bring it with you to give you more time to focus on your audition.
The director will ask you to read passages from the play. Scripts will be provided.
Reading copies are available to be checked out at the Manhattan Arts Center, 1520 Poyntz Ave. (Open 12-5 M-F).
Terry and I are tying the knot and would be honored if you joined us. Gifts are not expected, but if you would bring something for the reception (we’re doing potluck-style). Kids are always welcome! We don’t care how you come dressed, but you do have to wear clothes! Please RSVP (how many) by May 31.
Ceremony: Rose Garden in City Park
Reception: Blue Earth Plaza (next to the Discovery Center)
Today and tomorrow, and the voting is over!! Please take a second to vote for me at KitchenLTO.com to design the next pop-up restaurant. You can vote once on each web browser. Please share with your friends! Thank you.
Waffle Stomp returns to The Black Stone with special guests Starving in Style and Fraktured Black!!
RPA Entertainment is proud to welcome An Evening (John Denver Tribute Band) to The Wareham in Manhattan KS on Saturday, January 11. Tickets are at Hyvee or www.thewareham.com. ON SALE Now. Tickets are $7. This will be a seated event. General admission