Things around the callboard have been pretty quiet this summer. You might think we’d all taken some much needed rest after the all those amazing shows produced last season, but you’d be mistaken!
K-State Theatre has been hard on work on something special, and since we’ve given you so little this summer, we feel like you deserve something BIG this fall. Something so big, in fact, that we’ll be locking up the virtual callboard in just a few hours.
Now is the time for some reflection on all the great events of K-State Theatre’s past. Take some time this morning to browse through your favorite old callboard posts and comments. As they say, to get where you’re going, you’ve gotta know where you’ve been!
So what exactly does the future hold? We can’t give you much just yet, but we can tell you to have no fear and prepare yourself for a whole new era of awesome. Stay tuned, wildcats!
Who: Junction City Little Theater
- Director: Steven Hornbaker
- Musical Director: David Bernard-Stevens
- Vocal Director: Stuart Workman
What: Auditions for Jesus Christ Superstar
When: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, July 7, 8, 9 at 6:30 PM
Where: C. L. Hoover Opera House Stage, 135 W. 7th Street, Junction City, KS 6641
Why: To prepare for the season opening, September 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21
How: Singers should be prepared to sing a song of their choosing, or a song from the show
The Junction City Little Theater has rescheduled the production of the popular rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar. Auditions will be conducted beginning at 6:30 PM Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, July 7, 8, and 9 on stage at the C. L. Hoover Opera House. We also need musicians and backstage assistants to help with sound, lights, and set. Interested persons should contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit with us at auditions. Rehearsals will run from July through September. Evening performances are at 7:30 p.m. September 12, 13, 19, and 20 and matinee performances at 2 p.m. September 14 and 21 at the C. L. Hoover Opera House, 135 W. 7th Street, Junction City, KS.
The performances of this year’s Manhattan Experimental Theater Workshop are this coming Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30PM. They are at the Manhattan Arts Center, 1500 Poyntz Avenue. Click here for more information.
As you can see from the picture of Sir Larry on the MXTW webpage, this summer’s production targets Hamlet, but it will NOT be like any other production of Hamlet you have seen before!
There is a button on the linked page to buy tickets. Act fast, though; in just the first week over 50% of the tickets for each night have been sold! There might not be any tickets available at the door for these performances, so plan ahead!
Happy opening to the cast and crew of Company! If you’re around, be sure to check it out and support our students!
Company by Stephen Sondheim produced by Junction City Little Theatre at the CL Hoover Opera House June 13 (TONIGHT) & 14 at 7:30, June 15 at 2:00. Tickets can be purchase at www.jclt.info or can be purchased at the door. Ticket price is adult $17; Military $15; under 18 $10.
K-State family cast members: Rachel Hunt as Susan, Jair Holguin as Peter, Drew Horton as Bobby, Amy Rosine as Jenny, Linda Uthoff as Sarah.
Other cast members: Carolyn Mayo as Joanne (she is awesome!), Amy Kleespies as Amy; Joshua Childs as Paul; Taylor Collette as Marta, Rick Munson as Larry, Lynette Richards as April, Susie Haddox as Kathy.
Directed by Jennifer and Michael Brown.
The Tony Award Winning Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, in Waterford CT, has several last-minute internships still available!
Lighting/Electric and Box Office/House Management positions.
Read about Britt Here
Congrats to Britt for representing K-State so well and for landing a job just a few months after graduating!
A great summer read about internships:
And you might also want to subscribe to HOWLROUND’s blog: http://www.howlround.com/ and maybe even try your hand at writing a Theater essay over the summer!
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