College of Charleston Theatre and Dance

College of Charleston Theatre and Dance

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AUDITION NOTICE
To commemorate the 20th anniversary of September 11th, we are producing a major staged reading of Sarah Tufti's docu-play, “110 Stories.” The script features the actual words of dozens of everyday people and how they were affected by that tragic day.
Since this is a staged reading, actors will hold scripts for the audition and production and will not be required to memorize lines. However, we do want the actors to create clear and compelling characters and to know the script well enough to create an emotional bond with the audience and their castmates.
We are seeking men and women, all ethnicities. Authentic Northeastern, Hispanic or standard American accents. No southern accents.
Auditions will be held this Saturday, August 14th from 3:00-6:00pm at the new Old Trolley Theatre at 102 Old Trolley Road in Summerville.
Performance Dates are Sept 10h and 11th at Summers Corner Performing Arts Center.
Directed By: Linda Eisen
Please email picture and resume to: [email protected] to receive audition confirmation and sides.
I love seeing how much attention to detail goes into your performances. I’ve always been a huge fan of the theatre because of the actor’s ability to transform into their character and I’d love to suggest a film that fits that mold perfectly. I was able to see a special premiere screening of the film Chief Zabu and it was a hilarious clever satire of business people in politics today. The film follows Ben Sydney (Allen Garfield) and Sammy Brooks (Zack Norman) as they look to make money off a UN deal and these actors make the film feel so real while maintaining the otherworldly aspects of their character. Allen Garfield brings a confident and smarmy charm to his character while in public while also showing the true timidity of him in private. His portrayal is so good that it's drawn comparisons to the biggest businessman to turn politician in the US today. Norman shows off his real-life comedic chops in his portrayal of Sammy while also giving him the humanity of someone just chasing their dreams. The film was amazing, and I can’t wait to watch it again. It’s expected on VOD platforms by August 7th, so feel free tell me what you thought of it when you see it!
Hello everyone! Just wanted to send a reminder that auditions for the fall semester are due June 1st! Click this link for info and instructions on how to submit your auditions http://theatre.cofc.edu/for-students/audition-information.php
And don't hesitate to email me with any questions at [email protected]
Hello everyone! This is a reminder that auditions for the fall semester are due by June 1st! Click this link for information on how to submit your auditions for both shows. http://theatre.cofc.edu/for-students/audition-information.php
Feel free to contact me at [email protected] with any questions!
**Norton National is seeking a National Anthem singer for this weekend’s Monster Jam Event!**

With the help of beautiful voices like yours we are able to provide free National Anthem services for this event!

Dates: Saturday, January 25, 2020 : 7:00PM
Sunday, January 26, 2020 : 1:00PM
Location: North Charleston Coliseum
5001 Coliseum Dr. North Charlesron, SC 29418

If this sounds like you...Send your name and video of you singing the National Anthem to [email protected] : 702-788-1492
Subject Line: MJ National Anthem : North Charleston
www.facebook.com/nortonnational

So excited for you to be part of this amazing program!
CASTING NOTICE

Charleston's What If? Productions is looking for two African-American or Latino females with strong vocal and dancing skills for their May production of the musical HAIR which will perform at the Queen Street Playhouse. These roles will join the Hair tribe and take on a variety of parts within the show.

If you are interested and would like more information on our rehearsal schedule please email me at [email protected].

Rehearsals begin March 27!

It's good to still be connected with the Department of Theatre and Dance at CofC. Allen
COFC THEATRE TICKET SPECIAL!

This weekend What If? Productions is offering $10 tickets for the Charleston Theatre Community to the world premiere of our new show 'A String Between Man & the World' which opens this Friday at the Chapel Theatre at 172 Calhoun St.
The one-man show, a man who claims he was existed 57 years before he was born, traveled through time and was then erased from history runs July 20 - 28. You can get $10 tickets by using the code: NASA upon online checkout at the link below!

This show is hosted by our friends at the CofC Dept. of Theatre and Dance

https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?show=89171
Art Forms & Theatre Concepts, Inc.
is holding auditions for their Piccolo Spoleto production “For colored girls who have considered su***de/ when the rainbow is enuf” written by Ntozake Shange. Call ‪(843)329-9978‬ to schedule an audition time. All roles are open. Monologues required.
Still time to go "Into the Woods...
ACTORS NEEDED FOR TOURING CHILDREN’S EDUCATIONAL THEATRE SHOW
Delta Dental of Missouri is hiring four actors for its Land of Smiles SC Theatre Touring Company
Seeking:
PLAQUE MAN & TOOTH WIZARD
Males, any ethnicity, Ages 21-40
Terms:
2 rotating teams of actors will perform approx. 125 school shows each between Jan & May 2018
Pay is $80 per performance
Paid rehearsals begin early January
Home base is Columbia, SC
Actors will receive hotel, mileage and per diem for shows outside of the Columbia, SC area

Candidates Must:
Be able to attend live auditions on Sunday 11/5 in Charleston, SC
Have theatre performance experience
Have good clean driving records
Be able to pass a criminal background check
Have flexible day time schedules
Be at least 21 years of age
Be available to rehearse and perform in and around Columbia as local hires
To apply please email a headshot & resume to [email protected] no later than Friday 11/3
Subject Line: “Smiles”
The best candidates will be invited to attend the Charleston Auditions and receive sides/details
ACTORS NEEDED FOR TOURING CHILDREN’S EDUCATIONAL THEATRE SHOW
Delta Dental of Missouri is hiring four actors for its Land of Smiles SC Theatre Touring Company
Seeking:
PLAQUE MAN & TOOTH WIZARD
Males, any ethnicity, Ages 21-40

Terms:
2 rotating teams of actors will perform approx. 125 school shows each between Jan & May 2018
Pay is $80 per performance
Paid rehearsals begin early January
Home base is Columbia, SC
Actors will receive hotel, mileage and per diem for shows outside of the Columbia, SC area

Candidates Must:
Be able to attend live auditions on Sunday 11/5 in Charleston, SC
Have theatre performance experience
Have good clean driving records
Be able to pass a criminal background check
Have flexible day time schedules
Be at least 21 years of age
Be available to rehearse and perform in and around Columbia as local hires

To apply please email a headshot & resume to [email protected] no later than Friday 11/3
Subject Line: “Smiles”
The best candidates will be invited to attend the Charleston Auditions and receive sides/details

College of Charleston Department of Theatre and Dance

http://theatre.cofc.edu/
Phone: 843.953.6306 The College's Department of Theatre and Dance operates on the premise that there exists a healthy balance between coursework and production experience.

Theatre and Dance majors are expected to supplement their theatre or dance specialization with education in the humanities, sciences and languages.

Operating as usual

College of Charleston School of the Arts: The Artistic Heartbeat of Charleston 09/11/2021

College of Charleston School of the Arts: The Artistic Heartbeat of Charleston

College of Charleston School of the Arts: The Artistic Heartbeat of Charleston Nestled in the heart of Charleston's historic district, the College of Charleston School of the Arts provides students the opportunity to study and live in a...

09/10/2021

SOTA KICKOFF!!! THIS MONDAY!!!

09/10/2021

SCHOOL OF THE ARTS KICKOFF!! THIS MONDAY!!!

09/09/2021

See you there!

Simons Center Set for Multimillion-Dollar Renovoation 09/03/2021

Simons Center Set for Multimillion-Dollar Renovoation

Simons Center Set for Multimillion-Dollar Renovoation The Albert Simons Center for the Arts, located on St. Philip Street in the heart of the College of Charleston campus, will be closed for the next two years while the 42-year-old building undergoes an extensive multimillion-dollar renovation. “This has been a long time coming and we're delighted,.....

09/01/2021

“Woah, if I learn how to hang lights then I can get a job doing it?!?”

It’s true! And you can hang out with new lighting design faculty Lauren Duffie!

“Woah, if I learn how to hang lights then I can get a job doing it?!?”

It’s true! And you can hang out with new lighting design faculty Lauren Duffie!

08/23/2021

Some our our faculty were spotted welcoming the CofC class of 2025 at Convocation!

Welcome new cougars!

Some our our faculty were spotted welcoming the CofC class of 2025 at Convocation!

Welcome new cougars!

07/28/2021

THTR 321 -10601- Children’s Theatre
Need an arts humanities? Take this course and learn about theatre for all ages looking at classics like Lion King, Mulan and Charlotte’s Web. If you have been missing being a part of an in person class where you actually feel connected to your teacher and classmates then this class is for you! PJ attire and bed head welcomed.
Meets T/Th 12:15-1:30.
Contact the department for more info.

THTR 321 -10601- Children’s Theatre
Need an arts humanities? Take this course and learn about theatre for all ages looking at classics like Lion King, Mulan and Charlotte’s Web. If you have been missing being a part of an in person class where you actually feel connected to your teacher and classmates then this class is for you! PJ attire and bed head welcomed.
Meets T/Th 12:15-1:30.
Contact the department for more info.

07/28/2021

THTR 289 02 - 13809 - Broadway Ensemble (1 credit)
Love musical theatre? Then join this class of fellow “Musical Theatre-arians” no matter what your skill set and experience is! Never sung or acted in public? No problem. …Or have you been the lead role in a musical many, many times? This class is also for you and everyone in between! We will share a performance with family and friends in early December. This class meets in person on Wednesdays 3:15 to 5:15. Contact the department for more info.

THTR 289 02 - 13809 - Broadway Ensemble (1 credit)
Love musical theatre? Then join this class of fellow “Musical Theatre-arians” no matter what your skill set and experience is! Never sung or acted in public? No problem. …Or have you been the lead role in a musical many, many times? This class is also for you and everyone in between! We will share a performance with family and friends in early December. This class meets in person on Wednesdays 3:15 to 5:15. Contact the department for more info.

07/20/2021

We are thrilled to be welcoming Gary DeWitt Marshall to the department!

Gary has enjoyed a fruitful career in TV, the Silver Screen & Broadway. On Television Mr. Marshall’s guest star appearances include: Detective John Smollers - Life on Mars, Coach G -Southland (Regina King), Ray Bennett - Without A Trace (Enrique Murciano), Benson - New York Undercover (Malik Yoba), N.E.S.T Tech Morris - 24 ( Keifer Sutherland), Pete Perkins - ER ( John Leguizamo), Tony - Matt Waters (Montel Williams), Blount - Angel
Street (Robin Givens) Mr. Park - Gemini Man, Chad - Unsolved Mysteries. Feature films: The Hurricane (Denzel Washington), Renaissance Man (Danny Devito), In & Out” (Kevin Kline), New Jersey Drive (Heavy D) Love Walked In (Dennis Leary) “Still Water”
Game Day (Sticky Fingaz). Gary’s commercial endorsements include: AT&T, Midas Mufflers, Hallmark Greeting Cards, Kay Jewelers, Remy Martin, Budweiser, Miller Lite, Land Rover, Comcast Xfinity, Pace Picante Sauce.

In Theatre Marshall originated the role(s) of freedom fighter Michael Dube in the Tony Award nominated stage drama The Song of Jacob Zulu (Zakes Mokae), and Soldier Telfair in The Stone Mason (Viola Davis). Marshall’s critically acclaimed work as a director has been recognized by the Theatre Association of New York State (TANYS): Detroit ’67 (Outstanding Ensemble), For Men On A Couch (Outstanding Performance), Smudge Stick Experience
(Outstanding Direction), Twelve Dollars (Outstanding Direction). You Shouldn’t Have Told (Excellence in Ensemble).

We are thrilled to be welcoming Gary DeWitt Marshall to the department!

Gary has enjoyed a fruitful career in TV, the Silver Screen & Broadway. On Television Mr. Marshall’s guest star appearances include: Detective John Smollers - Life on Mars, Coach G -Southland (Regina King), Ray Bennett - Without A Trace (Enrique Murciano), Benson - New York Undercover (Malik Yoba), N.E.S.T Tech Morris - 24 ( Keifer Sutherland), Pete Perkins - ER ( John Leguizamo), Tony - Matt Waters (Montel Williams), Blount - Angel
Street (Robin Givens) Mr. Park - Gemini Man, Chad - Unsolved Mysteries. Feature films: The Hurricane (Denzel Washington), Renaissance Man (Danny Devito), In & Out” (Kevin Kline), New Jersey Drive (Heavy D) Love Walked In (Dennis Leary) “Still Water”
Game Day (Sticky Fingaz). Gary’s commercial endorsements include: AT&T, Midas Mufflers, Hallmark Greeting Cards, Kay Jewelers, Remy Martin, Budweiser, Miller Lite, Land Rover, Comcast Xfinity, Pace Picante Sauce.

In Theatre Marshall originated the role(s) of freedom fighter Michael Dube in the Tony Award nominated stage drama The Song of Jacob Zulu (Zakes Mokae), and Soldier Telfair in The Stone Mason (Viola Davis). Marshall’s critically acclaimed work as a director has been recognized by the Theatre Association of New York State (TANYS): Detroit ’67 (Outstanding Ensemble), For Men On A Couch (Outstanding Performance), Smudge Stick Experience
(Outstanding Direction), Twelve Dollars (Outstanding Direction). You Shouldn’t Have Told (Excellence in Ensemble).

07/14/2021

Welcome to our new Assistant Professor of Lighting Design Lauren Duffie! To learn more about Lauren, please see link in bio.

Welcome to our new Assistant Professor of Lighting Design Lauren Duffie! To learn more about Lauren, please see link in bio.

07/14/2021

Welcome to our new Assistant Professor of Lighting Design Lauren Duffie! Lauren began designing in London (King’s Head Theatre, Etcetera Theatre, British MTV, Edinburg Festival) before moving to NYC in 1999. Broadway credits include The Downtown Messiah (WFC Winter Garden), Round About (Lynch Theatre in association with Lincoln Center). Off-Broadway and notable NYC favorites include Navigator in Love, A Toy Gun (Red Lab), Beef (SLANT Theatre Project); In the Room (Wheelhouse Theatre, 5 NYIT nominations), Summer and Smoke (ALD, Transport Group / Classic Stage), The Blue Carbuncle, Gift of the Magi (Stage M12); Reparations (Producer’s Club), Project: Ground Control (BAM-Brooklyn), Ballet Folklorico (Abrons Art Center) among many others.

Lauren has lit dozens of rock shows with musicians such as Billy Idol, Herbie Hancock, Nickel Creek, Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Christopher O’Riley, David Johansen (New York Dolls), Vernon Reid (Living Colour), Magnetic Fields, and Keith Urban. She has held design residencies at the late Bottom Line Cabaret (NYC), Etcetera Theatre (London), JENA Company (NYC), and PURE Theatre (Charleston, SC). She has worked extensively for Encore National Tours, the Classical Theatre of Harlem, The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine (NYC), New York City Fashion Week, CBGB, British MTV, VH1, CMT, Piccolo Spoleto Festival, and Kevin Bacon.

To learn more about Lauren and see some of her work, please visit her website at: https://laurenduffie.com

Welcome to our new Assistant Professor of Lighting Design Lauren Duffie! Lauren began designing in London (King’s Head Theatre, Etcetera Theatre, British MTV, Edinburg Festival) before moving to NYC in 1999. Broadway credits include The Downtown Messiah (WFC Winter Garden), Round About (Lynch Theatre in association with Lincoln Center). Off-Broadway and notable NYC favorites include Navigator in Love, A Toy Gun (Red Lab), Beef (SLANT Theatre Project); In the Room (Wheelhouse Theatre, 5 NYIT nominations), Summer and Smoke (ALD, Transport Group / Classic Stage), The Blue Carbuncle, Gift of the Magi (Stage M12); Reparations (Producer’s Club), Project: Ground Control (BAM-Brooklyn), Ballet Folklorico (Abrons Art Center) among many others.

Lauren has lit dozens of rock shows with musicians such as Billy Idol, Herbie Hancock, Nickel Creek, Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Christopher O’Riley, David Johansen (New York Dolls), Vernon Reid (Living Colour), Magnetic Fields, and Keith Urban. She has held design residencies at the late Bottom Line Cabaret (NYC), Etcetera Theatre (London), JENA Company (NYC), and PURE Theatre (Charleston, SC). She has worked extensively for Encore National Tours, the Classical Theatre of Harlem, The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine (NYC), New York City Fashion Week, CBGB, British MTV, VH1, CMT, Piccolo Spoleto Festival, and Kevin Bacon.

To learn more about Lauren and see some of her work, please visit her website at: https://laurenduffie.com

07/12/2021

Welcome to Nakeisha Daniel! Our new Assistant Professor of African American Theatre and Performance.

Nakeisha Daniel is a professional actress + director + choreographer + educator who has been seen on national and international stages and screen. Born and raised in Atlanta, GA, her love of theater sparked at an early age eventually leading her to earn a BFA in Musical Theater, an MFA in Acting from Penn State University, and to further her studies in London and Canada. She was honored to serve as the first ever Guest Artist in Residence at the Citadel Military College of South Carolina and is a 2018 Eugene O’Neill Theater Center Cabaret and Performance Fellow.

As an arts education advocate, Nakeisha’s mission is to transform student learning and to support educators through arts integration. She has partnered with a variety of organizations including; The Alliance Theater Center, The Children’s Arts Guild (NYC), TYA USA, Charleston Gaillard Center, Engaging Creative Minds, and presented at SXSW ED Virtual Conference. Nakeisha believes it is a privilege to cultivate creativity in others.

Welcome to Nakeisha Daniel! Our new Assistant Professor of African American Theatre and Performance.

Nakeisha Daniel is a professional actress + director + choreographer + educator who has been seen on national and international stages and screen. Born and raised in Atlanta, GA, her love of theater sparked at an early age eventually leading her to earn a BFA in Musical Theater, an MFA in Acting from Penn State University, and to further her studies in London and Canada. She was honored to serve as the first ever Guest Artist in Residence at the Citadel Military College of South Carolina and is a 2018 Eugene O’Neill Theater Center Cabaret and Performance Fellow.

As an arts education advocate, Nakeisha’s mission is to transform student learning and to support educators through arts integration. She has partnered with a variety of organizations including; The Alliance Theater Center, The Children’s Arts Guild (NYC), TYA USA, Charleston Gaillard Center, Engaging Creative Minds, and presented at SXSW ED Virtual Conference. Nakeisha believes it is a privilege to cultivate creativity in others.

Summer Research Grants Give Students Deeper Academic Experiences 06/10/2021

Summer Research Grants Give Students Deeper Academic Experiences

Theatre major Mary Hope Ballou is working under the guidance of mentor and instructor Jason Lyons on an exciting project for the musical Rock of Ages.

Summer Research Grants Give Students Deeper Academic Experiences While the Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (URCA) Program funds projects year-round, its marquee event is its Summer Undergraduate Research with Faculty (SURF) grants, which seeks to reward cutting edge, well designed projects. “The process is very competitive,” says Charlie Calver...

06/07/2021

Happy Pride Month! (picture credit @college of Charleston)

#collegeofcharleston #pridemonth #loveisloveislove #theatre #dance

Happy Pride Month! (picture credit @college of Charleston)

#collegeofcharleston #pridemonth #loveisloveislove #theatre #dance

05/26/2021

The Department of Theatre & Dance congratulates Senior Instructor, Brent Laing, on his retirement from the College after over 30 years of teaching and service at CofC. Brent is an alum of the College who graduated in 1984 and then became involved as a guest director in 1988. He began teaching in 1990 and has inspired countless students to get involved in theatre both onstage and off, as well as encouraging students to be life-long arts advocates. He acted on stage with the students, directed productions, built scenery and more for many productions over the years. Brent has always been one of the first to jump in and help with anything needed in the department and has been a constant supporter of the students and their work throughout the years. He never missed a show in the main season or the student run theatre organization, Center Stage, because his focus has always been on the students - building them up, challenging them and supporting their journey in the department. Chair of Theatre and Dance, Janine McCabe, said, “I am not quite sure what we are going to do without Brent. He has brought humor, love and passion to teaching theatre and all we do in the department…it will be a different place without him.”
Congratulations Brent on your retirement and next steps…you have certainly helped and inspired so many people along their journey!

The Department of Theatre & Dance congratulates Senior Instructor, Brent Laing, on his retirement from the College after over 30 years of teaching and service at CofC. Brent is an alum of the College who graduated in 1984 and then became involved as a guest director in 1988. He began teaching in 1990 and has inspired countless students to get involved in theatre both onstage and off, as well as encouraging students to be life-long arts advocates. He acted on stage with the students, directed productions, built scenery and more for many productions over the years. Brent has always been one of the first to jump in and help with anything needed in the department and has been a constant supporter of the students and their work throughout the years. He never missed a show in the main season or the student run theatre organization, Center Stage, because his focus has always been on the students - building them up, challenging them and supporting their journey in the department. Chair of Theatre and Dance, Janine McCabe, said, “I am not quite sure what we are going to do without Brent. He has brought humor, love and passion to teaching theatre and all we do in the department…it will be a different place without him.”
Congratulations Brent on your retirement and next steps…you have certainly helped and inspired so many people along their journey!

Photos from College of Charleston Theatre and Dance's post 05/18/2021

Continuing the celebration of our students, we are featuring the Department of Theatre and Dance Award and Scholarship recipients. Please join us in congratulating our incredible students! Today we feature the Emmett Robinson Scholarship recipient and the Stelle Scholarship recipient.

Photos from College of Charleston Theatre and Dance's post 05/17/2021

Continuing our celebration of students, we are featuring the Department of Theatre and Dance Award and Scholarship recipients. Please join us in congratulating our incredible students! Today we feature the Robert Ivey Endowed Scholarship in Dance and Anne Marley and Allen Lyndrup Annual Theatre Scholarship recipients.

Photos from College of Charleston Theatre and Dance's post 05/14/2021

Continuing our celebration of our students, we are featuring the Department of Theatre and Dance Award and Scholarship recipients. Please join us in congratulating our incredible students! Today we feature the Norman Seltzer Prize in Theatre recipient and the Mary Jollensten Scholarship recipient.

Photos from College of Charleston Theatre and Dance's post 05/14/2021

Continuing our celebration of our students, we are featuring the Department of Theatre and Dance Award and Scholarship recipients. Please join us in congratulating our incredible students! Today we feature the Norman Seltzer Prize in Theatre recipient and the Mary Jollensten Scholarship recipient.

Photos from College of Charleston Theatre and Dance's post 05/13/2021

Continuing our celebration of our students, we are featuring the Department of Theatre and Dance Award and Scholarship recipients. Please join us in congratulating our incredible students! Today we feature the Future Professionals in Theatre Performance, Theatre Design, and Theatre Production.

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