Showcase – November 12 at 10:30

By November 9, 2014Student Showcase

Student Showcase is an opportunity to perform anything that you have been wanting to work on or “showcase”.
To sign up please leave a comment with your name, the piece you’re working on, and how long it is. We’ll take the first 15 or so performers to sign up in an effort to finish up around midnight. Also, please put on the comment anything you would need, i.e. sound, acting blocks, etc.
Sign-up is open until 8:00 AM the day of Showcase.

This is a great way to practice for auditions, present a scene you are rehearsing in class, or just have fun performing.
All talents are encouraged to join, such as singing, acting, directing, dancing, poetry, instrumentals etc.
Another great way to get involved is to write a script or short scene! We’ll find people to read it! You can sign your work or leave it anonymous! Just bring it in and leave it on the edge of the stage.

The next showcase will be November 12 at 10:30pm in The Purple Masque. Even if you are not performing something come and support your friends who are and enjoy a free show. 

If you have questions or if you have something you’d like announced at Showcase, you can email Mark Young (marky@ksu.edu).

 

  • Cory Jennett

    Cory Jennett
    Shakespeare Monologue
    About a minute
    Nothing extra needed

    Thank you!

  • Danielle Levings

    Danielle Levings
    All That’s Known, Spring Awakening
    About 2 minutes.
    I’ll need a sound hookup to my mac or an auxiliary cord to hook into the headphone jack.
    Thank you!

  • Mallory Diekmann

    Mallory Diekmann, Cat Huck, and Sandy Chastan
    a Scene from a Play
    about 5 minutes
    We’ll use some blocks, but that’s it!
    Thank you! 🙂

  • Gabby Browne

    Gabby Browne
    Love is
    About two minutes
    Yay

  • Drew George

    Drew George
    monolougues from Dinner with Friends
    4.5 ish min
    nothing really needed.
    Thanks!

  • Elise Poehling

    Elise Poehling and Donovan Woods, Scene

  • Elise Poehling

    (Less than 5 minutes, nothing extra needed)

  • Cody O’Hare

    Cody O’hare and Jonah Ericson
    Left Brain Right Brain -Poemy thing
    about 5 minutes
    Nothing extra needed
    Thanks

  • Nicholas James Schoonover

    Nicholas James Schoonover
    Slam Poem
    Probably about 5 minutes

  • Matt Jason Harrison

    Matt Harrison and Daijah Porchee
    Monologue + Electronic Music
    4 minutes
    Four acting blocks and possibly a chair for Daijah
    Cheers,

  • Joe Sheppard

    I will be doing an interpretive dance to chandelier by sia.
    It’s about 4 minutes and I have the music.

  • Nicholas James Schoonover

    Nicholas James Schoonover and Logan Stacer, slam poem, “How to be a Man, 101”