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Mosinee Community Theatre is currently seeking a director for their annual summer production in July, 2012. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with the Board of Directors on the selection of the show and will have the full support of the organization in assembling a production staff and bringing the show to the stage. Whether you have years of experience directing musical theater or have been waiting for your first opportunity to direct a show, you are encouraged to send a letter of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In years gone by, Mosinee Community Theatre was restricted to residents of Mosinee and alumni of Mosinee High School. Three years ago, the organization eliminated that residency requirement. Participation in productions, as show staff, cast, or crew, is now open to anyone.
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Mosinee Community Theatre will present their summer production of Nunsense at the Creske Center Auditorium, in Mosinee High School, on July 22-24, 2011. Tickets are $12 for adults, $10 for college students or students of life over the age of 55, and $8 for those in high school or younger. Advance tickets are available at Beatitudes Coffee & Tea Shop, 421 4th St, Mosinee, and Lee’s Piggly Wiggly, 530 West State Highway 153, Mosinee. Tickets will also be available at the door.
Musical theater can come to us by many different roads. Much of it is written directly for the stage, like Wausau Community Theatre's upcoming Oklahoma!, but a lot of musicals are adapted from other works. Man of La Mancha, coming in November, also from Wausau Community Theatre, is based on a 1959, non-musical teleplay called I, Don Quixote, which, in turn, was based on Miguel de Cervantes’ novel Don Quixote. Increasingly, we’re seeing films adapted into musicals, like Central Wisconsin Area Community Theater's season opener, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and Central Wisconsin Children’s Theatre’s recent double run of Footloose. Other shows are even less traditional. Evita, coming in August from the Everest Academy for the Arts, is based on a concept album by the composer.
Nunsense, though, takes the idea of "adapted from another medium" to a whole new level. Read Full Article −>
Mosinee Community Theatre will be holding auditions for it’s summer 2011 production of Dan Goggin’s runaway hit Nunsense on Thursday May 19 and Friday May 20, 2011, from 6:00pm until 8:00pm each evening. Call backs, as needed, will be scheduled on the afternoon of Saturday May 21, 2011. Auditions and call backs will both be held at the Creske Center Auditorium, in the Mosinee High School, at 1000 High Street in Mosinee. Brush up on your Auditioning skills before you go.
Nunsense is a high energy musical comedy with a cast of five women, and they’re all Read Full Article −>
Part 1 of this series focused on the structural reorganization of the Wisconsin Arts Board and potential macro-level decreases in funding. Part 2 showed the dollars and cents impact the Wisconsin Arts Board has in central Wisconsin. This final installment will discuss our community’s options to insure the future of our local arts programs.
Your Personal Politics Don’t Matter
There certainly is a debate that could be had over Read Full Article −>
Part 1 of this series considered the structural dissolution and reorganization of the Wisconsin Arts Board and the macro-level decreases in funding that lie ahead under Governor Walker’s proposed state budget for the next two years. This installment will detail the local arts organizations that will be impacted by these changes.
Impact on Local Theater Groups
Between 2010 and 2011, the Wisconsin Arts Board provided Read Full Article −>
Many arts organizations statewide receive funding from the Wisconsin Arts Board, including a number of our local theater groups. There are some significant changes coming for the WAB under Governor Walker’s Budget Repair Law and the proposed biennial budget for fiscal 2012-13 that will impact many of our organizations.
In this series, we’ll talk about Read Full Article −>