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“Sign Language Interpretation For The Stage” Free Workshop

Date(s): 7/18/2015

July 18, 2015 1:00 PM

Hermann Fine Arts Center, 500 Butler Street, Marietta Ohio
A free workshop for sign language interpreters presenting the differences between interpretation for the stage versus other types of events, and ASL Theatre Certification information. Registrations accepted through Wednesday, July 15, 2015. Continuing Education Units available for attendance. See website www.tdej.org for complete information.
Linda Buchanan 304-354-7506 or lindabn2art@yahoo.com

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Stage Production of the Comedy Classic "Noises Off"

Date(s): 7/10/2015

July 10, 8:00-10:30 PM

Hermann Fine Arts Center, 500 Butler Street, Marietta Ohio
This hilarious comedy follows the downward spiral of the stage show “Nothing’s On” from dress rehearsal through the chaos of closing night. In Act I the cast is hopelessly unready, and baffled by entrances and exits, missed cues, missed lines, and bothersome props, including several plates of sardines. In Act II, the set rotates 180 degrees to show the backstage bedlam during a performance from the deteriorating relationships between the cast members. In the Act III final performance, the mounting series of mishaps result in the plot being abandoned entirely and delightful ad-libbing by the more coherent characters towards some sort of end.
Linda Buchanan 304-354-7506

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Stage Production of the Comedy Classic "Noises Off"

Date(s): 7/19/2015

July 19, 2:30-5:00 PM

Hermann Fine Arts Center, 500 Butler Street, Marietta Ohio
This hilarious comedy follows the downward spiral of the stage show “Nothing’s On” from dress rehearsal through the chaos of closing night. In Act I the cast is hopelessly unready, and baffled by entrances and exits, missed cues, missed lines, and bothersome props, including several plates of sardines. In Act II, the set rotates 180 degrees to show the backstage bedlam during a performance from the deteriorating relationships between the cast members. In the Act III final performance, the mounting series of mishaps result in the plot being abandoned entirely and delightful ad-libbing by the more coherent characters towards some sort of end. Box Office: 740-376-4678 See website www.tdej.org for complete information.
Linda Buchanan 304-354-7506 or lindabn2art@yahoo.com

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