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FREE MUSICAL THEATRE AUDITION WORKSHOP FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Saturday, October 21, 2017 – 9am-5pm The Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts, 15 Vernon Street, Hartford Presented by The Elizabeth Anne Carlson Foundation for the Performing Arts This FREE workshop will help students fine-tune their audition skills and material – whether they’re auditioning for a school show, community production or a college theatre program! Led by industry professionals with Broadway credits, this program is a must for any high… Continue reading

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Do you love teaching? Do you love theater? Do you love working with kids? This is the perfect opportunity for you!

Please send an email with your resume and a headshot as attachments (not in the body of the email) to jgreen@shakesperienceproductions.org to request an appointment, and please indicate which position interests you:

  1. Resident Teaching Artist Shakesperience Productions, a professional touring theater company committed to education and located in Waterbury CT, seeks a Resident Teaching Artist.

Responsibilities include, but are… Continue reading

ONE MORE WEEK for HIGH SCHOOL students to submit applications for Project: Transform! You can FAX or MAIL your application (see application for that info.) Please remember that application must include an educator endorsement, and they can send that in on their own to Hunter: hparker@hartfordstage.org Application can be found here: http://www.hartfordstage.org/project-transform/

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The Central Players present the winner of the 2003 Pulitzer Prize: Nilo Cruz’s “Anna in the Tropics.”

Directed by Shaun Mitchell, this production captivates the audience by inviting them to a cigar factory in 1920’s Florida where a Lector named Juan Julian changes the lives and destinies of the workers in the factory by reading them “Anna Karenina.” Soon the events of the book start happening to the characters in the play. What happens to The American Dream when literature… Continue reading

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