AYNI sent us this information about an awesome talent show. Check it out!
More information can be found on their facebook page.
Their message after the jump:
We are accepting all talents of all varieties! So don’t be afraid to come and try out for the show!
The audition dates are:
* * WEDNESDAY, FEB 9TH AND WEDNESDAY, FEB 16TH FROM 5pm to 8pm. * *
… (if you have a class, or are booked otherwise, but still would like to audition, please e-mail us at email@example.com to make arrangements!)
Spread the word! Please invite everyone you know who might be interested in auditioning!
The actual Talent Show will be held on March 25th and will be full of fun fundrasing activities and your performances will be voted on by the audience members themselves! Winners will be rewarded!!! 🙂
If you have any questions, you may post them on the wall or message the admins and we will respond ASAP. You could also, as mentioned above, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
See you there!
Ayni is a charity organization that raises funds for the community of Alto de los Mores in Peru. We, as part of Ayni@York, have decided that for our big event this year, we will hold a talent show fundraiser!!! Not only can you participate and show your wonderful talents to friends and family with the chance of winning amazing prizes, but you can do it knowing that you are making a positive difference in the lives of many people!
The Winter Grant Applications are now up! Visit the Grant Page for more information, or download the PDFs:
Apps are due March 15, 2011.
THEA 4290 is presenting The Ashley Plays this Saturday, February 5, 2011.
Meeting at 12:45PM, February 5 2011, in the CFT, in front of the Joseph G. Green Studio Theatre.
The Ashley Plays is a cycle of short, devised site-specific performances. Each cycle begins with the participants collaboratively delineating a profile of a non-gender specific character named Ashley. Ashley must be the focus of the work, but need not be a character who appears. Each “play” is created at an assigned o…r chosen site: for this cycle, every site is within York University’s Centre for Film and Theatre. In performance, the monodramas are viewed by moving pods of spectators.
Each of the monodramas happens on the same date: in the play world, it is February 5, 2010 (reminder: the actual event is February 5, 2011). There is no linear narrative, but simply a common character that each playwright interacts with in their own unique and inspired way.
Conceived of and directed by Judith Rudakoff
Featuring mono-dramas by:
Nicole De Angelis
Judith Rudakoff, Hilary Sherman & Derek Gingrich
CASA will be using this page to communicate more information about upcoming events.
Looking forward to an easier communication medium!