next show fri nov 07 - fall 2014 one acts

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FREE Movement Workshop with Jonah Bokaer this Monday

Jonah Bokaer will be offering a free physical movement workshop for performers this Monday, 10/27 at 7pm in the Ferst Center for the Arts.

The class focuses on a 25-minute warmup including stretching and strengthening of the dancer’s torso in a contemporary manner, followed by a 25-minute warmup of the legs. This is followed by 40 minutes of phrasework, on a large theatre stage. The class is characterized as having a focus on clarity and articulation, with an emphasis on greater physical embodiment.

To reserve your place for this class, email Residency Coordinator, Jennifer Kimball, at jennifer.kimball@arts.gatech.edu, by 1pm on Monday.

Directing Scenes Cast!

Congratulations to the following DramaTech members who were cast in the directing scenes last night:

Starry Night (directed by Micah Hosford)
Man: Joshua Redding
Woman: Miranda Fyfe

Afterlife (directed by Flora Lee)
Danielle: Liz Burns
Connor: Skyler Westlake

New Fall MAL

Congratulations to Miranda Fyfe, DramaTech's Fall 2014 MAL!

who we are

DramaTech is the student run theater at Georgia Tech. Our goal is to further the presence of performing arts on campus, as well as in the surrounding city of Atlanta. We are the oldest continuously running theater in Atlanta—having been around since 1947.

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what we do

As a theater we organize productions for public performance. As students with voracious appetites for knowledge of all kinds we try to learn something in the process. With every show we try to create something that moves, inspires, or at a minimum entertains our audiences. These generally take one of the following forms:

Main Stage Shows
Full length plays generally performed in the Dean James E. Dull Theater in DramaTech's building.
Improv Comedy
At DramaTech we have our own improvisational comedy troupe called Let's Try This! They perform regularly throughout every semester. Some of these shows are in DramaTech's theater, but many take place in various locations all over campus.
Variety Shows
Variety Tech is DramaTech's musical theatre ensemble, performing various song, skit, and dance routines.
Studio Shows
Generally one-act plays, these are student directed shows performed on a shoestring budget with a limited amount of technical assistance.

More information about what DramaTech is, what we do, how to contact us, and generally more about all of the above can be found in the about section of this site.

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