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If you are in need of props for a show, class, or project you may borrow them from the Theatre Department prop shop!
Contact Lindsay Warnick to schedule an appointment during these hours: 9 am - 10:20 am Mondays and 2 pm - 4 pm Tuesday/Thursday or email to set up an appointment.
NOTE: Only Theatre MAJORS or MINORS can check out props and must make an appointment.
If you are in need of costumes for a show, class, or project you may borrow them from the Theatre Department costume shop!
Contact Hiram Orozco to schedule an appointment during these hours: Wednesdays 9 am - Noon, Thursdays 1 - 4 pm, Fridays Noon - 5 pm.
NOTE: Only Theatre MAJORS or MINORS can check out costumes and must make an appointment.
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Playwrights--Let us hear you roar! Send us your weird, wild and wonderful short solo work to be considered for ROAR: A weird, wild and wonderful night of original solo work. (You may be familiar with Riverside Theatre’s long-standing monologue festival Walking the Wire—ROAR is a re-imagined version of that programming.) 10-12 pieces will be selected to be performed at Riverside Theatre, March 4-13, 2016. We can’t pay royalties, but we’ll credit you in our promotional materials,…
Hello, This fall, the Theatre Department is mounting Green Day's rock musical American Idiot. Director John Cameron is looking for talented musicians who would be interested in playing in the show's on-stage rock band. Singing and acting ability is a plus but not required at the moment. He would like very much to build the band out of our own students.…
The Alley Theatre has a variety of jobs and internships available: http://www.alleytheatre.org/Alley/Employment.asp http://www.alleytheatre.org/Alley/Employment.asp
Sign up HERE! Auditions will be March 28.
Check out summer opportunities at http://www.manhattanfilminstitute.com/ http://www.manhattanfilminstitute.com/ A couple of summers ago, my inspirational wild comet of a friend, Tony Spiridakis, started a summertime boutique film boot camp on the North Fork of Long Island called Manhattan Film Institute. MFI's first three seasons were a great success. Half of last year's actors & directors have inquired about returning, some of the shorts made it on to the Festival circuit,…
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