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She Stoops To Conquer – TOADS Theatre Company

  Posted by Amdram in Jolyon's Theatrical Reviews!, 21 April 2014 · 48 views

Maggie Campbell directs the latest production at the Little Theatre, Torquay, that of Oliver Goldsmith’s ‘She Stoops to Conquer’. The performance, which ran from 12 to 19 April 2014 opened before a black curtain, with masked players entering to allow the audience a taste of the beautiful costumes and wigs that had been sourced for […]

Summer 2014 :: The Boy and the Woodland Kingdom :: Reading/Auditions

  Posted by yat1970 in Youth Action Theatre, 20 April 2014 · 44 views

YAT will next meet at its regular workshop/rehearsal space at Collis School, Fairfax Road, Teddington from 7.30pm on Thursday 24 April 2014 where we will be holding a read through for our first Summer 2014 production, The Boy and the Woodland Kingdom. This will be followed by auditions on both Thursday 24 April and Monday 28 April at the same ve...

Murder Mystery – Nursing a Grudge

  Posted by gabbs in Nomad Theatre Blog, 13 April 2014 · 86 views

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William Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet - Show Dates Announced

Posted by southdevonplayers in southdevonplayers' amdram.net blog, 10 March 2014 · 125 views

William Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet - Show Dates Announced Written by William Shakespeare, and directed by Miss Laura J, the writer and director of our recent smash hit Les Miserables The Memoirs of Jean Valjean, this is a full-length, original language adaptation of Romeo & Juliet, set in 1860s Brixham, in a conflict between two families, the Capulets of Higher Brixham (Cowtown) and the Montagues of Lower Br...

Auditions For Hayfever By Noel Coward.

Posted by Beckycouzens in Beckycouzens PURPLE theatre company, 03 February 2014 · 196 views

Auditions:

Who: Purple theatre company
What: noel cowards "hayfever"
When:Sunday, 16 February 2014 10:00 until 16:00
Where:2nd Uxbridge Scout Hut, Gatting Way, off Park Road in Uxbridge
(Nearest tube station, uxbridge - Piccadilly line. Nearest bus stops - U1,U2)

About the show:

The eccentric Bliss family were never inclined to consider social conventi...

Guys And Dolls

Posted by SouthendODS in SouthendODS' Blog, 29 August 2013 · 349 views

Guys And Dolls Wednesday 13th – Saturday 16th  November 2013Cliffs Pavilion All the hot gamblers are back in town, and they’re depending on Nathan Detroit to set up their illegal floating crap game! The problem is... he needs $1000 to hire the venue. Throw in Sarah Brown and her Mission; Sky Masterson, who accepts Nathan’s $1000 bet that Sarah won’t go to Havana with hi...

Keeping Up Appearances: Ibsen's 'ghosts' In Leeds

Posted by AdelPlayers in The Adel Players blog, 24 April 2013 · 335 views

What is a woman to do? Seek love and self-fulfilment by abandoning a rotten husband, or obey society’s rules and devote herself to her family?   That’s the dilemma facing Mrs Alving in Henrik Ibsen’s ‘Ghosts’, which comes to north Leeds this week in a new production by theatre group Adel Players.Having followed the call of duty throughout her married lif...

Me and My Girl - 4

  Posted by TheDramaQueensDrawers in TheDramaQueensDrawers' Blog, 17 April 2013 · 389 views

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Five great ways to promote your live event for free

  Posted by WatfordWriter in WatfordWriter's Blog, 06 April 2013 · 286 views

<span style="font-family: &quot;Arial&quot;,&quot;sans-serif&quot;;"><span style="font-size: x-large;">So, your play, concert, exhibition or other live event is in the diary. Congratulations! But as well as all the practical preparations, don’t forget you need to publicise it, as well. Here are five ways you can d...

He's Behind You - A Comedy Love Story

Posted by martingore in Martin Gore's Blog, 09 March 2013 · 258 views

New comedy now available as one act or full length version, See taster for details, or contact martin@vega.karoo.co.uk

What a Rehearsal is, and What it isn't.

  Posted by RichardJames in Pro Tips 4 Amdram, 08 March 2013 · 320 views

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August Update

Posted by Simon in Amdram.net | Amateur Theatre Blog, 29 August 2012 · 431 views

The last month has been a blur to be completely honest, I've been up to my neck in paper work related to a house sale and I've also been working non stop!

I've managed to find some time to provide an update :)

Newsletters

We are still struggling to get these out of the door at the moment, we're exploring alternative options...

Much Ado About Messina And The Cosa Nostra

Posted by Fhodder in Fhodder's Blog, 30 July 2012 · 572 views

Much Ado About Messina And The Cosa Nostra I’ve been doing some research into the Messina of Much Ado, trying to understand the context of the play, especially with regard to the director’s suggestion that Leonato might be played as a sort of Godfather figure.

I already knew Messina was situated at the north east tip of Sicily, and I also knew that, at the time the play is set, Messina...

Hello The Internet, It's Lovely To Meet You. Would You Like Some Tea?

Posted by GravesendTheatreGuild in GravesendTheatreGuild's Blog, 04 July 2012 · 479 views

Hello there, the internet, how are you?

We are Gravesend & District Theatre Guild, an amateur theatre company from Kent. Recently, like most companies, we've been looking for ways to boost our profile in the local area, to encourage new members and new audiences. Therefore, we have embraced the wonderful world of social networking.

We joined the...

Don’t you just hate spam!

  Posted by Simon in Simon's Blog, 01 June 2012 · 350 views

Just like every other person in the entire world, I receive my own fair share of SPAMHowever, I decided to undertake an experiment where I would “generate” an email address for each organisation or company that I shared information with
e.g. f7s8d7sdhsjdhs88@myhiddendomain.com = The ABC CompanyIt is possible that someone guessed one of these...

Staging New Musicals - A Problem?

Posted by GaryLarry in Major Modern Musical, 14 May 2012 · 643 views

Staging New Musicals - A Problem? We're pulling up to the last week of rehearsals proper on our contemporary G&S musical and will be running the 'tech' next Sunday, so it's all go. However, we're finding, unusually, that ticket sales are considerably down on our average and it begs the age-old question - can we amateur groups afford to stage new, untested plays and...

The Cat Is Finally In The Cradle

Posted by Stagedoor in Stage-Door stories, 22 April 2012 · 426 views

As of last night the latest offering from Stage-Door theatre company is over and done with.  The last production of the tense thriller Cat's Cradle came to a close, and the cast have finally gone our separate ways.

The show itself was an interesting one.  For the first night in the entire weeks run the audience seemed to pick up on every single...

A Question Of Panto.

Posted by Limelightscripts in Limelightscripts' Blog, 02 November 2011 · 382 views
Pantomime

Questions recently put to me by www.hotcourses.com.

Q: What do you think it is about panto that has charmed audiences for such a long time?

A: Simple good versus evil stories, bright scenery, outrageous costumes, visual comedy, singing and dancing, audience participation, I could go on. Panto is...

Scrooge the musical

  Posted by AMAS in Adlington Music & Arts Society Blog, 13 October 2011 · 392 views

Monday 7th – Saturday 12th November 2011Show starts at 7:15pmMatineeSaturday 12th November 2011Show starts at 2:15pm Tickets on sale at John’s Newsagents, Railway Road, AdlingtonTicket Hotline 07507 012080

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Help Needed From Head To Toe

Posted by topsociety in topsociety's Blog, 05 March 2011 · 345 views

Rehearsals are going well for our next production, La Cage aux Folles, but we were not prepared for the amount of wigs there would be.  If anyone in the Northern area has a wig stand they can loan us, please respond to this comment.  We also need teletone taps either with the shoes or taken off, to be returned after production week.



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