What is wrong with the Franklin Gothic Heavy “i”. It looks like a lowercase “L”
oh: better but not really…
It was incredible and wonderfully predictable that the energy level in the room *increased* as the evening progressed! ‘Particularly after the invitation to perform for Ms.Eccles. She had advised actors to consider auditions an opportunity to give what they have to the casting panels – a gift from the actor to director and not just an opportunity to receive a job. The Youth Shakespeare performers followed her advice naturally last night.
Just testing . . .
Yes: the site is live NOW. Ahead of schedule.
Sunday matinee is SOLD OUT.
Some tickets will be available at the door.
Some seats will be open for a short waiting list.
Here is the schedule for this Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. PLEASE BE ON TIME for your scenes.
Note that we have reached the point where we are rehearsing Act 1 for the second time. You should all be off-book for the Act 1 scenes.
11 a.m.: Act 5, Scene 1
12 noon: Act 5, Scene 2
1 p.m.: Act 5, Scene 3
2:30 p.m.: Prologue and Act 1, Scenes 1 and 2 (without books)
see the comparison at http://www.youthshakes.org/2012/11/las-meninas-then-and-now/
I posted this image for Youthshakes’ Bard… I gave it no title so the distribution had to share it’s sequence number “1776”. The number is just a coincidence. I shall put some subject on future posts.
That’s our girl! 🙂
Quick thinking. Fantastic !
Definitely cool! I’m going to want a reproduction for sure.
‘Great audience tonight.
Did he sneak into Youth Shakes workshops?
Two or more actors in one role is natural for YouthShakes!
The youth came up with a two headed Caliban during October 2012 Fall Actors Workshops:
“I must eat MY DINNER!”
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2016 results: Metro Arts Reader’s Pick 2016
2016 Results: Metro Silicon Valley 2016 Arts Third Place
The completed artwork was used again in the 2015 production alongside amazing props fabricated by Cat Woodmansee and others.
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Update: Saturday 3 p.m. has one seat left. All other performances are sold out. Limited seating available at the door.
Thank you for letting me on your website
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Quoting Audrey Rumsby:
“March 3rd, is the voting deadline for “Best Small Theatre Company” in the Metro Active “Best of Silicon Valley” survey!!! This is a fun and very quick survey to fill out, and I encourage you to do so right away!
If we get enough votes, our name will be shown in local news outlets.”
Karen’s art complete and prints available: http://www.youthshakes.org/2017/02/macbeth-artwork/
Results will be published in Metro’s annual Best of Silicon Valley issue on March 29.
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