Monthly Archives: July 2011

NON-VERTICAL GIRL on Aug. 13

NON-VERTICAL GIRL
Presented by Renee Alper
Aug. 13
Mason

“We are living in a vertical world — and I am a non-vertical girl”

A powerful, quirky, and upbeat musical about the world of physical disability. It’s a story about rolling with the punches and thinking on your wheels.

From the onset of a lifelong illness as a teen, through a devastating car crash, and ultimately to love and success, this is one woman’s triumph despite – and often because of – her unique physical differences.

Come see what having four on the floor is really all about!

  • Sat, Aug. 13 at 6:30pm

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EXCUSE MY DUST: THE WIT OF DOROTHY PARKER on Aug. 5

EXCUSE MY DUST: THE WIT OF DOROTHY PARKER
Presented by Joe Stollenwerk
Aug. 5
Downtown

A staged reading/workshop of a new adaptation of the writing and witticisms of Dorothy Parker, created by Joe Stollenwerk and featuring Lisa Breithaupt, Helen Cappannelli, Joe Hornbaker, Barbara Karol, Kathie Labanz, Deborah Ludwig, Dan Maloney, Susan Park, Cathy Ross, Abby Rowold, Mindy Seibert, Kate Suffern, Deana Tully, and Jon Vater.

Free.

Fri, Aug. 5 at 7:30pm

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Casting Call: Actress in 70s needed for GENERATIONS PASSING

CPI is looking for a volunteer actress in her 70s to play the character of a woman in her late 80s.

This will be a staged reading at the Aronoff Center, Fifth-Third bank Theater on October 11, 2011.
There will be about seven rehearsals.
Actors for the most part remain on book.

Description: MARTHA (age 87), soft spoken and physically frail, mother of DAVE (age 65) and PHIL (age 62).

GENERATIONS PASSING
A New Play in Two Acts

Synopsis
Two brothers meet to clean out their mother’s home. She was placed in a home for Alzheimer’s patients. One of the brothers is also showing signs. “This is something that gets through roofs and locked doors and organized effort. Nature still claims its victims.”

If interested, please send a brief acting resume and if possible attach your headshot.

Please contact me ASAP
Thanks,
Kalman Kivkovich
CPI President
513-86-0004

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Cincinnati Shakespeare Company Receives a 54% Increase in Operating Support from the Ohio Arts Council

CSC is proud to receive $18,140 in operating support from the Ohio Arts Council for the 2011-2012 season!

CINCINNATI, July 25, 2011 – Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is proud to announce an increase of 54% in operating support from the Ohio Arts Council. The funds in the amount of $18,140 will support programming and overhead for the theatre’s 2011-2012 season. This support is vital to the ongoing success of CSC. They are proud the OAC has recognized and rewarded that success with an increase over last year’s award.

Managing Director, Lettie Van Hemert says “We are incredibly grateful to Governor Kasich and the entire legislature for increasing funding for arts in Ohio. The arts are extremely important to the quality of life and economic vibrancy of every community. CSC, like so many arts organizations in Cincinnati, employs local actors and administrators. That means every ticket sold and every dollar donated adds to the economy right here at home. It’s gratifying to know that our state leaders understand how important the arts are to this community.”

The Ohio Arts Council is a state agency that funds and supports quality arts experiences to strengthen Ohio communities culturally, educationally and economically. With funds from the Ohio Legislature and the National Endowment for the Arts, the OAC provides financial assistance to artists and arts organizations.

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is currently running performances of “Bedroom Farce”. To purchase tickets or for more information, call the CSC Box Office at 513.381.BARD (2273) ext. 1, or go online at http://www.cincyshakes.com. All subscription packages and single tickets for Season 18 are on sale now.

For additional information or for interviews with Ms. Van Hemert, or any member of the company, please contact Jeanna Vella, Director of Education & Communications at jeanna.vella@cincyshakes.com or 513.381.2273 x. 3202 or visit http://www.cincyshakes.com.

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About Season 18:
Season 18 is generously sponsored by The Otto M. Budig Family Foundation. Cincinnati Shakespeare Company receives operating support from The Ohio Arts Council and is supported, in part, by the generosity of thousands of individuals and businesses that give annually to ArtsWave, formerly the Fine Arts Fund. The season design sponsor is Judge Mark Painter. Creative Services are provided by Possible Worldwide.

About Cincinnati Shakespeare Company:
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is a professional theatre company dedicated to bringing Shakespeare and the classics to life for audiences of all ages. Located in the heart of downtown Cincinnati, CSC produces eight main stage productions each season at its home on Race Street. CSC employs a resident company of actors and artists who live and work in Cincinnati year-round and performs on a Small Professional Theatre contract with Actors’ Equity Association. CSC is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization and all donations are tax deductible.

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Casting Call: THE LAST RACE

As many of you know, David Garrison Productions started working on a new feature project benefiting the American Cancer Society. The production (THE LAST RACE) has grown into next year, beyond when many of our current cast and crew have been able to commit.

As production of THE LAST RACE has been extended into 2012, we are holding a new round of cast and crew auditions SAT., AUG 6TH, BLUE ASH LIBRARY, 4911 COOPER RD., BLUE ASH, OH 45242 10AM-4PM

Don’t think of this as just another no pay movie. Rather think of it as a Habitat for Humanity style project with storytelling instead of carpentry skills.

I encourage everyone to consider signing on for a new adventure in making movies to fight cancer.

Also, if you have friends who might want to volunteer, please pass the word on to them.

We have plenty of roles, both in front and behind the camera to fill, a lot of hard work to be done, and adventures to be had!

Questions? davidgpro@gmail.com, or call me at 513-582-2827.

Thanks!
Scott

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