Fri & Sat April 25-26 Alumnus Tim Aumiller (Blue Man Group casting) and John Ort (ABC primetime casting) are coming to campus to offer workshops for students. There are still a few spots open. Please comment below if interested.
Fri. April 25th
2:30-4:30pm Tim will offer a Musical Theatre Workshop in N026, comment below if interested in performing (this may get canceled if not enough students are interested)
Saturday, April 26th
10am-1pm Jon will teach an on-camera workshop in N007, comment below if interested (limited number of acting spots, but many can observe. Grads, seniors & juniors have priority. We have 9 openings still available as of 4/20)
2-5pm Tim will teach a non-verbal, Blue Man style workshop in N008, comment below if interested
Oct. 2-4, 2014
Monkey, Monkey, Bottle of Beer, How Many Monkeys Have We Here? by Marsha Sheiness; directed by Cory Jennett
roles: 6 females/1 male
Oct. 23-25, 2014
Miss Julie by August Strindberg; directed by Fatmah Al-Qadfan
roles: 2 females/1 male
Oct. 30-Nov. 1, 2014 KSTO Event: Haunted Purple Masque Tours Fundraiser
Selected “ghostly” scenes directed by Dylan Rogerson
Nov. 13-15, 2014
Catcalls by Jessica Munoz; directed by Lavonne Canfield
roles: 6 females/2 males
Jan. 29-31, 2015
Joanna Abilama: Staged Reading of Joanna’s new play; directed by Sally Bailey
Feb. 19-21, 2015
Ebony Play: TBA; directed by Hannah Miller
KSTO Event Feb. 27-28, 2015 (tentative dates)
Mr. MTD Pageant
March 6-7, 2015
Shepherdless by Jessie Greenfield (Staged Reading by Drama Therapy grad student); directed by Cory Jennett
roles: 3 females/3 males
KSTO Event: March 27-28, 2015 (tentative dates)
24-Hour Play Fest
April 16-18, 2015
No Exit by Jean Paul Sartre, translated from French by Logan Jones; directed by Logan Jones
roles: 2 females/2 males
Congratulations to all the students who were chosen to create work in the Purple Masque in its very LAST SEASON in East Stadium!
Attention all theatre students!
It’s time to elect KSTO officers for the 2014-2015 school year! We’re doing this a little differently this year and attempting to go all electronic. The first step of this is to nominate officers by commenting on this post below (you can choose to post anonymously if you prefer). Nominations are open until 5PM on Saturday April 19th.
To nominate, look over the list of eligible KSTO members below and post your nominations in the following format:
President: Joey Boos, Amanda Garvey, Dylan Rogerson
Vice President: Joey Boos, Amanda Garvey, Dylan Rogerson
Secretary: Joey Boos, Amanda Garvey, Dylan Rogerson
You may nominate as many members as you like for the same position and the same person for as many positions as you like. As you can see, we are only voting for President, VP, and Secretary. Treasurer and Historians will be appointed positions from now on and are to be decided post-elections. Look for a VC post following this one to comment if you are interested in being considered for those positions.
You may nominate anonymously. We won’t require you to provide your name on your comments if you choose not to. The comment section does require your email address, but it doesn’t have to be publicly visible.
NOTE: Persons nominated will not be eligible unless they accept their nomination! We suggest that you alert the people you’ve nominated so that they know to respond to your comment and accept their nominations.
ANOTHER NOTE: You may nominate yourself if you so wish.
-Inducted into KSTO by participating in enough KSTO and theatre department events
-At least one year of school left to serve (someone set to graduate in December may not be a KSTO officer. If I’ve missed someone on the list who will graduate in December [or left someone off] please alert us.)
Eligible KSTO members:
Mark A. Chapman died this morning. Below is an image of Mr. Chapman and a message from Sheila Walker. Please keep this kind and generous man in your thoughts and heart today.
We lost a very close member of the K-State family early this morning. Mark A. Chapman passed away after suffering a stroke a few weeks ago (Saturday, April 5). Mark was 71.
Two funeral services are expected to be held: one in Texas and another in Clay Center, where Mark asked to be buried. More details to come as they are available.
Please consider sending condolences to Mark’s wife, Cheryl Mellenthin, at PO Box 1687, Sealy, TX 77474-1687.
K-State’s College of Arts & Sciences and Kansas State University as a whole will miss Mark very much. We will miss his generosity, intellect, creativity, and sharp wit.
He brought us the Chapman Scholars Program, and our first full-ride Presidential undergraduate scholarship, the Chapman Center for Rural Studies, the Chapman Art Gallery in Willard Hall, the Chapman-Mellenthin Vet Med Plaza, and he helped give us the All-Steinway designation in the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance and CHAPMAN THEATRE IN NICHOLS HALL. One of his favorite projects was the window transformation in the Great Room at K-State Libraries.
He was instrumental in many programs and facilities improvements in Athletics as well, including the Coaches Workroom in the new Basketball Training Facility and the Athletic Department’s annual Powercat Choice Awards.
We have so many great memories of Mark Chapman, and he has clearly left an indelible legacy on the K-State campus. We miss him already.
Please feel free to share this sad news with others who might also be interested.
Congratulations to the entire company of Dog Sees God on a fantastic opening night. Thanks to KSTO for sponsoring! It runs tonight (Friday 4/18) and tomorrow at 7:30. Only $4.00 at the door.
These audition appointments are filling up for KC Theatres!
Spinning Tree Theatre
The Coterie and Unicorn (joint audition)
Meredith Dodd, Mica Bengtson, Victoria Menear, and Karissa Spohn are looking for a stage manager, music operator, lighting, and assistant stage manager for Treasuring Time senior dance concert. It is on May 11th with dress rehearsal on May 9th and a showing on May 6th. We would need you there at 4:45 on the 6th. On the 9th we would need you there from 6:50pm to 9pm. On the 11th which is the show we would need you there from 11am till the end of the show 4ish. You would need to be available all three days. Feel free to contact Victoria Menear with any questions or to volunteer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meredith, Mica, Victoria, and Karissa
Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Nichols 008, 3 sessions. Come to one or all.
8:05 – 9:15 a.m.
9:30 – 10:45 a.m.
11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.
Open to all students
Especially beneficial to visual artists, dancers, actors, singers, and instrumentalists
Neil Dunn is offering HealthRHYTHMS sessions- designed for stress relief for students-free!
HealthRHYTHMS is an evidence-based and research-proven wellness program that has proved to reduce stress and burnout, to have positive affects on the immune system, to foster positive mood states, as well as many other benefits. It is also a lot of fun!
Neil Dunn has sessions scheduled for 1:00 pm on Wednesdays. First session was April 9th but there is room for a few more participants. The 60-minute sessions are a lot of fun and help out with stress relief.
Contact Neil directly to sign up or to get more information: email@example.com.
Bring a friend! Tell a friend! This is free and open to all K-State students.
The Student Union is showing the film “Manhattan,” made by KSU Alums and filmed in Manhattan, KS.
Today, April 13th it starts at 6pm and there will be a post film discussion with George Stavropoulos and two of the film’s directors, Bret Palmer and Ryan Bruce. These alums will be at Theatre Forum on Monday at 12:30 in Chapman Theatre.
Here is a link to the film’s trailer: