LAST WEEK OF DRAMA FUN - not to late to get involved with things for this / next term!
Film Society are looking for actors - and they want them specifically from Drama Society! There will be auditions this weekend - get on the facebook group for more information; we'll post when we know more (https://www.facebook.com/groups/729821840417065/)
Hey all, it's Josie again and I'm back with a vengeance; there is so much I have to tell you about getting involved...
Firstly though, on behalf of the Society I want to say a massive well done to the cast and crew of Henry IV part I - if you didn't get to see it, you missed out. The show was an incredibly high standard, in the production values, direction and performances, and has really set the bar for Bloomsbury shows to come! Take note, future bidders...
Remember, as ever, if you want to ask questions or keep up to date with whats going on, the facebook group is the place to be: https://www.facebook.com/groups/729821840417065/, and there's loads of information about the society and what's going on on our website: www.ucludrama.org.uk
Hi everyone! Hope Reading Week is going fabulously. However, even on our week off your committee have been working hard for plenty of exciting events - read on to find out more...
Sorry to bother you so soon after the last email, but here is the agenda for our EGM on Tuesday at South Wing G12 Committee Room (not the 18th - I made a mistake, sorry!)
Pop along for updates and the exciting event of electing our Freshers Rep - don't forget to email us if you are thinking of running.
Lot's of love,
It's an exciting week for UCLU Drama Soc, read on to find out why...
Attatched are the forms for prospective directors/producers for our RAG slot at the end of Term 1 and our bid for the Ecetera January festival!
The deadline for bids is the 26th October, and there is a bidding workshop on the 24th (look at the last e-mail for details!). Any bids sent to committee before the 19th October (4 days time) will get some feedback to improve on.
Apologies, on the last e-mail it looks as though Drama Soc is endorsing Student Trustee candidates, which we're not allowed to do.
Just to clarify, although I, Josie Charles, Secretary, think you should definitely vote for the Culture Club candidates, the Society as a whole reccommends NO SUCH THING.
If you're looking to vote for the Student Trustees, the Society reccommends you read through all the different manifestos here to make a balanced vote:
COME TO THE SOCIAL TONIGHT - Phineas, 7PM, meet the whole gang!
But before then, read all this information below. It's almost certainly relevant to you...
Just wanted to let you know that I will be directing this year's Classics Play - Eurpides' "Bacchae" - at the Bloomsbury Theatre next term (February, 10-12th).
Since Drama Soc will not have a Bloomsbury show on that term, it would be great to see many of you auditioning.
Come along on the 13th, 14th, 15th October 2014 to our auditions! (18:00 - 21:00)
Where: Room 106, Gordon House - Department of Greek and Latin (Gordon Street)
If you want to find out more about the play and our production have a look at our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/bacchae2015) or email me on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking forward to seeing many of you there!
NB: If anyone has already been cast in Henry or Betrayal feel free to audition here too as rehearsals for Bacchae will begin after both shows have ended! (if you cannot make any of the auditions slots contact me and I will arrange something else for you!)
Come along and support our Freshers Plays tonight - 7.30PM in the Japenese Roof Garden Marquee (on the square garden behind the South Cloisters). Tickets are only £3!
The Freshers Plays are:
Line by Israel Horovitz (directed by Pavlos Christodoulou):
Line explores life through the metaphor of 5 people waiting in Line, all fighting to be first.
Beyond Therapy by Christopher Durang (directed by Vincenzo Monachello):
Beyond Therapy is a farcical comedy which centres around Bruce and Prudence, two unstable personalities desperately seeking romance. They rely on their psychiatric therapy to guide them through their love lives, but when their therapists are more unhinged than they are, it only results in further disaster and dismay!
Two by Jim Cartwright (directed by Eddie-Joe Robinson):
Two is a naturalistic tragicomedy that explores the relationships between couples in a pub. Through a series of two-handed scenes we are given a fleeting insight into the lives of the pub’s ‘regulars’ all in the space of one night.
This week is packed full of stuff - make sure you find out about it all by reading the details below!
Also, If you haven't already, join the facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/729821840417065/?fref=ts) for regular updates and reminders of all our events, as well as for great social interaction with other great Drama people
Attention all Freshers/new members of the Drama Society!
Today is your LAST CHANCE to audition for the Freshers' plays - plays put together in a week (performed next Sunday) and exclusively acted by new members.
If you want to audition, come along to the Lewis Dance Studio (101) from 2-3pm or the Kathleen Kenyon room (also in the Lewis building) 3-4pm.
See you there!
Welcome back (officially) to UCLU Drama Society 2014/15 !
We've got lots of stuff getting off the ground really soon so apologies for all the information, but make sure you read through the notices, and come along to the Welcome Meeting to find out about all the new things we're doing this year!