|Calling all participants of the previous couple of WonderBeat Tributes.
Yes indeed, we have been asked to perform again, so we need to know who is available on August 20th and 21st to be involved for the following segments: (that is all of those involved in the segments. Including dancers, back ups, chorus, leads and any one who thinks they might want to be involved.)
Monkees Medley, Friday On My Mind, These Boots Are Made For Walking, Judy Garland Medley, With A Little Help From My Friends, I Dont Like Mondays, Bootmen, Glory Of Love / Wind Beneath My Wings, At 17, Some Girls, I Will Survive, 500 Miles, My Sharona, Lady Marmalade, Piece Of My Heart, Shout, Chuck Es In Love, Chantilly Lace, La Bamba, Buddy Holly Medley.
If I have missed a song that you performed in at one of the corporate gigs, please let me know.
If you are able to participate, please email us or phone Liz on 03 5822 0436.
Liz needs your confirmation urgently. There will be minimal rehearsals for the event, but it should be lots of fun.
Posted by Aaron-David on 30.6.04
|Between July 6th and 9th a short film will be filmed in Shepparton about a young boy who runs away from home and joins the circus. He is then taught many of the circus acts and the story goes on. The Perry Bros Circus will be in town at that time and are allowing the film crew to use their facilities.
The short film producer is currently at the New York Short film Festival with another of her short films and many of the company have had films at major film festivals.
What the production is looking for is a number (70+) of young people from 12 years onwards who would be prepared to be extras in the filming. Filming would be over 2 nights for approximately 2 hours per night. Filming will be done when the circus is not performing for the paid public. There would need to be a release signed by those participating.
Please email us and we'll provide with the contact details you'll need to become part of this movie. Thank you to anyone who can be available for this film company. It should be great fun and a great experience.
Posted by Aaron-David on 28.6.04
|Thankyou to everyone (a very small handful) who turned up to help out with the working bee on Sunday June 20. Your extremely hard work and dedication to this and many other working bees is very much appreciated. To others who had something else on, we'll see you next time! And to those who just plain forgot...'I forgot' isn't an excuse.
We are half way through clearing the shed of unnecessary sets and the wardrobe is looking great, but we still need your help.
STAG is having a monster working bee at its Wheeler St site, this Sunday June 27 from 9.30AM.
If we all turn out in droves, we will get heaps done and the Bakehouse well then be ready to rehearse two shows and provide a much more comfortable social area to, well...socialise.
We're counting on you to help. We can't do it without you. Please email us and register you interest in attending. Hope to see you there!
Posted by Aaron-David on 20.6.04
|Audition information and sign ups are now available right here on stagtheatre.com!
Please take the time to read through the information on the audition page, as well as the standard auditioning-for-STAG stuff, and then head on over and sign up for an audition. It really is that easy!
Posted by Scott on 13.6.04
|STAG is having a working bee at its Wheeler St site, this Sunday the 20th of June. The old shed needs a huge clean out, so the more hands willing to work hard to get some sort of order back the better. No special skills are required, just bring yourself and some work tools - we'll find you something to do. This invitation also extends to our younger members - yes, that's right teenagers!
BBQ lunch will be provided for all workers.
We're counting on you to help get the Bakehouse to the state in which you will feel comfortable rehearsing in. See you there!
Posted by Aaron-David on 13.6.04
|Shepparton Theatre Arts Group are pleased to announce that this year's rock revue, 'Aussie Rock' will be premiering at the Eastbank Centre from November 4 - 13, 2004.
Directed by Aaron-David Palmer, Musically Directed by Tricia Sargant, Choreographed by Cassie Beaton, with assistance from Nic Sleeth and Amy Porter, 'Aussie Rock' will showcase the finest Australasian rock and pop from the '50s right through til the '00s.
If you feel you've got what it takes to portray some of the best Aussie performers of all time, come along to an Information Night being held at the Shepparton Science And Technology Centre (McGuire College) on Thursday, June 24 from 7.30pm to hear more about the chance to become part of the cult phenomenon.
Audition information will make it's appearance on this website in coming days, so keep your eyes peeled.
Posted by Aaron-David on 10.6.04
|Members are reminded that STAG Committee Meetings usually occur on the first Wednesday of each month, unless unforseen circumstances arise.
Members are always welcome and are invited to be part of the gallery. While they cannot move motions, members of the gallery can participate in discussions and offer suggestions.
If you would like to attend a Committee Meeting, please contact us via email as meeting venues often vary.
Posted by Aaron-David on 8.6.04
|Thankyou to everyone who auditioned. Please take time to check out the Away page, which has been updated to contain the cast list, and some information from the director, Matt Scholten.
Posted by Aaron-David on 3.6.04
The orphan cast of 'Annie' farewelled the show in true diva style, with a fully fledged disco party at the Parklake on Sunday 30th May. With a healthy mixture of meat pies, midriffs and 'Macarena', the girls danced the afternoon away. Thankfully, there was not a bucket or scrubbing brush in sight!!
Stay tuned for some 'behind the scenes' photos of the 'Annie' girls (and some reluctant adults) at the dance party of the year.
Posted by Catriona on 2.6.04