Presented in Studio 204 in Fall 2014:
by M. Robert Grunwald
directed by Angela Fenton
Cancelled is the high-action story about a 1940’s radio show that suddenly gets cancelled, a self-absorbed, shady director, and a crazed, revenge seeking sponsor that struggle to put together one last show of “Life in Barker’s Corners.” Stakes are high as jobs-and lives are on the line.
The show performs November 12-14 in Fine Arts Center Room 204
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Auditions for Cancelled are held October 17 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
An original musical written by Phillip James Montaño
directed by MacMillan Scott Leslie
A staged reading.
A story of two men in 1959, following their dream of writing for the theater but stuck writing an Industrial Musical for a washing machine company. It speaks to the nature of art vs commerce and the demands of the “American Dream."
The show performs November 19-21 in Fine Arts Center Room 204
Auditions for The Industrialistsare held October 20 from 5:30-7 p.m.
Multiple male and female parts are available—all require moderate singing ability. Time commitment is small. Performance dates are November 19th, 20th and 21st. Please bring a contemporary monologue and song. If audition times are impossible, please contact us and we will try to set a different date and/or time: email@example.com.
In addition to our mainstage productions, UMass Theater proudly invites community members to investigate Cabaret 204, a new (free!) series of student-produced work. Produced on Studio 204, our low-tech performance space, the series is a venue for plays and performance art conceived, mounted and produced by students. Works include original scripts and adaptations by students, collections of short plays or scenes, cross-genre experimentation and explorations of theater's new directions. Come get a glimpse of what the new generation of theater artists are up to.
All performances, unless noted, will be held in Studio 204, Fine Arts Center, and are free and open to the public. Shows are open to the public but seating is limited and available on a first-come, first-serve basis.