Nominations for Spring 2017 Member at Large are now open! You can view members who are currently nominated and also their platforms here!
The cast list for the Importance of Being Earnest is as follows:
- Cecily: Kiersten Schutz
- Lady Bracknell: Meg Schurmann
- Gwendolyn: Lizzy Liu
- Chasuble: Anthony Teachey
- Miss Prism: Emma Schroer
- Algernon: Pedro Ortiz
- Jack: Connor Sofia
- Lane: Robert Solomon
- Merriman: Owen Brahms
Thank you to everyone for auditioning and congratulations to the cast!
Steering away from the Stanislavskian or Method work traditional in Western society, this acting course will focus on techniques that work from the “outside in” such as Anne Bogart’s Viewpoints and Richard Schechner’s Rasa Box techniques. This workshop style course will strengthen students’ identities as artists through physical performance skills that will culminate in an original showcase of individual and group pieces devised around the concept of the freak show.
The course will be held on Tuesday/Thursday from 1:35 – 2:55 in DramaTech.
Auditions for DramaTech’s production of The Importance of Being Earnest will be held on Sunday, November 6 and Monday, November 7 at 7pm. The auditions will consist of cold reading and you only need to audition on one of the two days. Sides will be available to review on November 1 on DramaTech’s website.
Video submissions will be accepted for those who are not in the Atlanta area this semester. Deadline for video submissions are November 7 by 7pm EDT. Video submissions should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Performance dates are February 10 – 25, 2017 and some rehearsals will begin late this semester.
You’re invited to audition for the second annual George P. Burdell Variety Hour! The Variety Hour is a big collection of acts, skits, songs, and any other form of performance you can think of put on by DramaTech Theatre and hosted this year at the Ferst Center for the Arts.
Auditions are open to the whole Georgia Tech community, regardless of your theatre experience. Act submissions may consist of anything from a fully prepared musical number including choreography, props, and costumes to even a yet-unformed concept. Please come prepared ready to perform (or explain) the full extent of your act as you have it at that time. Understand that preference will be given to act submissions which exhibit greater degrees of preparation and planning, though these concerns are of course secondary to the artistic and entertainment value of the act.
DramaTech will be able to provide limited resources for the execution of (almost) any act. Including a willing, handsome director for consultation along the way.
Audition times will be decided based on your availability, and time-slot sign-ups will be posted soon.
Thank you to everyone came out to our Member at Large (MAL) elections! We would like to congratulate Nathaniel Pate for being elected MAL for the Fall 2016 semester!
Thank you to everyone who came out to audition! The cast list is as follows:
Don Quixote- Ben Hepburn
Sancho -Kev Qian
Governor/Innkeeper -Samuel Puckett
Aldonza -Gabby Rosen
Dr Carrasco- Kevin Desprez
Housekeeper -Hannah Ackermann
Antonia -Lina Zikas
Maria -Emma Schroer
Fermina -Audrey Gillen
Padre -Thomas Glenn
Moor -Skyler Tordoya
- Isaac Frank
- Christopher Sun
- Nate Pate
- Julian Mancini
- Nathan Knavf
Thank you to everyone for auditioning, and congratulations!
Thank you to all who came out to audition for DramaTech’s performance of “The Taming.” The cast list is as follows:
Patricia – Meg Schurmann
Bianca – Miranda Fyfe
Katherine – Asheley McMillan
Thank you, and congratulations!
Call for nominations for the DramaTech Executive Council position, Member At Large (MAL), has officially gone out. Please submit nominations and platforms by emailing email@example.com . We will stop accepting nominations the morning of the elections for MAL. Elections will take place Wednesday, September 7th at 5:30 PM in DramaTech Theatre.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.
Auditions for DramaTech’s The Taming will be held on Sunday, 8/28 and Monday, 8/29 at 7pm at DramaTech Theatre. There is nothing to prepare for the audition and you only need to attend one night. Please note this show contains roles for three women only.
About the show: A conservative senator’s aide and a liberal blogger wake up in bed together in a hotel room at the Miss America pageant. Discovering that they are being held captive by Miss Georgia until they can rewrite the Constitution for a modern age, these two women question their political identity and politics in this contemporary comedic take on Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew.
Auditions for DramaTech’s The Man of La Mancha will be held on Tuesday, August 30 and Wednesday, August 31 at 7pm at DramaTech Theatre. For this audition, please prepare a one minute maximum monologue and one full verse and chorus from a classical musical theatre piece. You only need to attend one night.
Please note that there will be callbacks for this audition held on Thursday, September 1 at 7pm. You will be dancing if called back, so please dress for movement.
About the show: What do you do when your livelihood relies solely on your art? When Michael Cervantes finds himself locked in a dungeon fighting for all of his belongings including his prized manuscript, he takes on the role of a lifetime – the main character in his novel, Don Quixote, an errant knight who believes in love, hope and the impossible dream.