Forum for ACT of Greater Cincinnati Judges and Presidents

ACT_purpleHi everyone,
I’d like to invite you, and any other members of your groups that you’d like to bring along, to our 3rd Annual Training Forum for Judges and Presidents.

Place: The Drama Workshop Theater at 3716 Glenmore Ave. Cincinnati
Date: Mar 3rd
Time: 1-4 pm

Snacks will be provided.

We’ll have 3 Workshops/Presentations. Please feel free to come for what you can or stay for all three. There will be a 10 minute break between each one.

1-1:50pm Dennis Murphy will talk about how to adjudicate Musical Theatre Performances and Dan Maloney will talk about how to adjudicate Acting in a Play.. As always, this will also include time for conversation with all of you.

2-2:50pm: Dee Anne Bryll will talk about how to adjudicate choreography and dance execution. She’ll specifically hit on what responders should be looking for and looking at (observables).

3-3:50pm: The members of the Long Range Judging Committee will discuss the new Critique Template and continue discussions on how our critiques should be written to best benefit our groups. We are all making great strides in our critique writing yet we still have room for improvement so that our responses to the groups give them quality feedback. Feedback from group Presidents on how your group views our critiques would certainly be beneficial to this segment of our forum.

Please RSVP to me at if you plan on coming so we can calculate the amount of food and beverage to provide.

We look forward to seeing you all there.

Arlene Borock-Balczo
2nd VP of ACT Cincinnati


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