DT’s Fall Festival is a two-night event hosted by DT’s Outreach Committee. It will be held over two nights (October 16th and 17th) with a show on Night 1 and dinner and a movie on Night 2! Act submissions for Night 1 must be 5 minutes or less, but that is where the restrictions end! Sing! Dance! Act! Perform! Just please submit it below in this form. If your act is selected, the video you submit will be the video shown! The submission form will close October 9th @ 11:59pm.
Acts selected for the show will be notified by October 11th.
The show will be live-streamed October 16th @ 8pm.
Go to Upcoming Auditions to learn more about our fall auditions.
45 Plays for 45 Presidents is exactly what it sounds like, but every turn it takes is entirely unexpected. In each of these espresso shots of American history, a member of the flexible ensemble dons the star-spangled coat of the presidency and the group explores a surprising aspect of that administration. The short plays run on a spectrum from elections to impeachments, from personal stories to political battles, and from funny to tragic. Whether it’s a comedy roast of Thomas Jefferson, a nuanced monologue about social upheaval during the Johnson administration, or a mini-musical about George Bush Sr., you’re never going to know what’s coming next. A unique, thought-provoking, and wildly entertaining evening of theatre.
We will be streaming live on Broadway On Demand.
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Even during a pandemic, you can come learn about DramaTech, Georgia Tech’s student run theatre organization! During our Open House, you’ll have chances to (safely) get involved with performing, sets, lights, sound systems, improv, tap dancing, or even just the social aspect. You can even join in the fun completely virtually! We have auditions for our free Open House performance on Sunday in person, but you can submit a virtual audition anytime through Tuesday. For more information about auditions, head to our Upcoming Auditions page
We have a fun lineup of events for you, so make sure you mark your calendars, don a mask, and don’t miss DramaTech’s 2020 Open House!
(We will be observing social distancing and mask-wearing, so be sure to bring your face covering with you!)
The FREE shows are on Friday and Saturday at 8! Just go to http://twitch.tv/dramatechtheatre at the start of show, and NOTE: it’s a different show every night, so come to both!
– Set workshop, 6:00-10:00pm
– Sound workshop, 6:00-10:00pm
– DT3 (tap dancing) workshop, 3:30-5:00pm
– Lights workshop, 6:00-10:00pm
– Costumes workshop, 6:00-10:00pm
– Props workshop, 6:00-10:00pm
– Ice cream social, 12:00-3:00pm
– In-person auditions, 6:00-10:00pm
– Discord virtual game night, 6:00-10:00pm
– Virtual Auditions due at 8:00pm
– Virtual club meeting, 6:00-7:00pm
– LTT! Improv workshop, 7:00-9:00pm
– Open House show, 8:00-10:00pm
– Open House show, 8:00-10:00pm
Come watch college and local troupes from the Atlanta area, and attend workshops from some of Atlanta’s finest improvisers!
All ages and experience levels are welcome to come to shows and attend workshops; price of admission for shows is $7 for GT students and $10 regular admission. Workshops are totally free!
Schedule of Events
Friday, March 6
8:00 pm: College Troupe Show! Come see colleges from around Atlanta showcase their wicked skills for your entertainment.
Saturday, March 7
11:00 am – 1:00 pm: LTT! directed workshop, all welcome!
2:00 pm – 6:30 pm: Workshops by guest directors from the Atlanta area including Amanda Roundtree!
8:00 pm: Atlanta Troupe Show, come see indie and house teams from around Atlanta be funny!
12:00 am: MIDNIGHT JAM! Anyone interested in playing is welcome!
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Get ready for a night of incredible improv on a leap day (it only comes around once every four years)! Don’t miss your chance to see LTT! perform in the standalone show! Tickets are only $5!
First the opener: Chaos Theory 101 directed by the amazing Megan Huber (and casted by the fantastic Karan Khosla)! Cast: Bryn Merrell, Jake Anderson, Travis Adams, Austin Hughes, and Hope Kutsche
Then, the show, Between Dimensions, directed by the incredible Ma Sofia Sosa and Karan Khosla.
Cast: Jacob Gasque, Anna Daugherty, Ethan Boone, Brighton Ancelin, Kenny Crane-Moscowitz, and Ian Haessler
September 27, 2019 at 8pm
Join Let’s Try This! and DramaTech Tap Troupe for an evening of dance and improv!
A TRACER directed by Kenny Crane-Moscowitz
featuring Sylvia Li, Skyler Tordoya, Zack Humphries, Karan Khosla, Julia McElheron
A Macroscene directed by Megan Huber
featuring Travis Adams, Parker Davenport, Hannah Strudwick, Austin Hughes, Tyler Bolo, Jamie Hannukainen, Tyndal Mitchell
Opening act by the DramaTech Tap Troupe
DramaTech is pleased to present a reading of Bernard Marie Koltes’ ROBERTO ZUCCO in conjunction with the visit of Amin Erfani. Following the reading, there will be a brief discussion of the work. Learn more about modern French theatre at Erfani’s talk on Thursday at 3pm in Swann 115.
About the play: The last play by legendary French writer Bernard-Marie Koltes was “a pioneer of a wholly new style of dramatic writing” (The Times) Who is Roberto Zucco?A prisoner or a secret agent? A lover or a rapist? A chameleon or a rhino? A peace-loving student or a killer on the run? In a series of poetic, fast-moving scenes, Koltes takes his hero on a mythical journey through a landscape of strange and violent beauty.