Sunday, February 28, 2010
This game is scheduled to come out in April... for those of you that are interested, please click the above link to find out more. They are also on Facebook, so you can become a fan!
Show dates and times are:
Tuesday, Mar 16, 2010 7:30 PM
Wednesday, Mar 17, 2010 7:30 PM
Thursday, Mar 18, 2010 7:30 PM
Friday, Mar 19, 2010 8:00 PM
Saturday, Mar 20, 2010 2:00 PM, and 8:00 PM
Sunday, Mar 21, 2010 2:00 PM, 7:30 PM
It's going to be a great show, you don't want to miss it!
The Tony and Grammy-winning Broadway musical coming to the Peace Center in Greenville, SC March 16-21 at 7:30 pm.
Broadway’s most talked about new musical and one of the biggest Tony winners in years is coming to Greenville, SC in two weeks! March 16-21st, 2010 at the Peace Center. SPRING AWAKENING tells the story of three teenagers coming of age in oppressive 19th century Germany. It is a story of first love, lasting regrets, and celebrates the unforgettable journey from youth to adulthood with a power, a poignancy and a passion you will never forget.
The show has received rave reviews across the country, been produced in 14 countries around the world, and was recently named "the most important musical of the last decade" by the New York Times. The Denver Post called the Grammy-winning score by Duncan Sheik "the best original score since West Side Story." Tickets are just $35-$65 and can be purchased here: http://www.peacecenter.org/shows/2010/spring_awakening
This musical is not for children under 13 years age due to brief and partial nudity and strong language. To see what audience members thought of the show in nearby Charlotte, NC, view this video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_N2wz7YV1E
This sounds like it will be a great show! Who wants to take a road trip with me? :)
Email me with Spring Awakening Road trip in subject line or facebook me on inbox.
Any comments or questions, feel free to write them here if you like.
Many of you know Susan Lenz a fellow blogger, fiber artist and altered book maker.
She has asked me to ask anyone that is interested in working with her for her Decison Portrait series to get in touch with her. "It is EASY to participate." Just email Susan at firstname.lastname@example.org with a digital image of yourself and a note about your decision. She will provide a standard "model's release" and a self addressed, stamped return envelope. She will share the work with each participant before posting it and will invite them to all opening receptions when the work is shown in public!
She has about 50 decisions she would like to see and she is doing an art series based on real life hard decisions that people have made. To learn more about what Susan is looking for and what she is doing with the decisions you have made; go to her blog at
Feel free to comment here or there, if you want.
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Monday, February 15, 2010
2/16 Jeff Liberty (solo) 7pm
2/17 Jazz Fusion & Funk w/Jeremy Roberson(drummer for Villanova)(8pm)
2/18 Bluz Jam w/ Naz (8pm)
2/19 J Edwards Band (10pm)
2/20 Elaine Townsend (10pm)
2/12 DB Bryant and friends w/ The White Sable (8pm)
Hard Knox Grill has great food treats such as their delicious sweet potatoe fries in cinnamon (yum), wings with many sauces to choose from, special nights where they have the all you can eat crab legs and on another night all you can eat shrimp. If you haven't been to Hard Knox Grill yet, you need to check it out. And if you have been there then you already know... they have a spacious dining room, wide screen tvs, a pool room and entertainment all just three blocks from the Blossom St bridge in downtown Columbia, SC, less than 3 miles from USC!
Thursday, February 11, 2010
Must be an emerging artist, 18+ years old, and not currently enrolled in undergraduate studies (graduate studies are ok).
How to Apply:
Apply online: www.visualoverture.com/artists.htm
Notifications Emailed March 10
Accepted Work Due to Gallery March 12
Opening Reception March 24
Exhibition Closes March 26
Desotorow is an art gallery that fosters an awareness and appreciation of the arts by providing affordable exhibition space for emerging and professional artists and by offering educational outreach programming open to artists and the community.
This exhibit is open to national and international artists (professional, emerging, and student). Open to works of all genres and media.
How to Apply:
Submit up to three pieces for a non-refundable entry fee of $15. Submissions due by 5pm EST on February 26, 2010. Download the prospectus at www.desotorow.org.
Character Development Workshop Wed, 6-7:30pm March 10 - April 28, Instructor Debra Leopard Age 14 - Adult; Cost: $132, Registration Deadline: March 3. Designed for the Intermediate to Advanced student who wants to stretch, practice and learn more about acting. The class will focus on script analysis and character development. Each student will work develop two contrasting characters in scenes from plays and films. The students will rehearse, be directed and receive feedback. Various methods and techniques for creating a believable character will be explored. Selected pieces will be performed before an invited audience on the last night of class, using props and costumes. Memorization work is required.
On-Camera Acting for Adults Thurs 6:30-8:30pm, March 11 - March 18, instructor Vicky Saye Henderson; Beginners class. Cost: $44, Registration Deadline: March 4. Acting for the stage is one thing; acting for the screen is something altogether different. In this two-week, intensive class, participants will learn common terminology, explore acting methods and discover various means for being comfortable and confident in front of the camera.
Is Voice Acting for Me? Thurs 7- 8:30pm April 15-May 6; Instructor Tricia Wilson, Class for Adults, Cost: $66. Registration Deadline April 8. This class will give students an introduction, overview and exploration of the craft of voice acting. Through this beginner course, students will be able to determine if this work is for them. Topics will include: the different genres of voice acting; how to take care of the voice; character development; cold reads; markets for possible work and determination of where individual talent fits in the market.
Basic Acting (Grades K-2) Fridays, 4:30-5:30pm. March 5-April 23, Instructor Liz Ross. Cost: $88 with registration deadline Feb. 26. This class for beginners will cover basic stage terms, pantomime, voice/projection (which will include taking home a short poem to memorize or become familiar with), and an overview of improvisation.
Beginner's Guide to Auditioning for the Stage Sat Feb. 27, 11:00am-2pm. Instructor Vicky Saye Henderson. Teens & Adults, cost: $33, registration deadline: Feb. 22
Auditioning. It's what actors do! But what are the secrets to doing it well? What goes into the casting process on the other side of the table? What can you expect when you walk in the door? What do you need to know and do to be prepared and maximize your potential? Learn all this and more!
Memorization Techniques Sat March 27, 11AM- 12:30PM. Instructor Vicky Saye Henderson Teens & Adults, Cost: $17, Registration Deadline March 22. Actors need to memorize lines. Students have to recall information for tests. Speakers want to deliver engaging speeches. Learn some easy and sure-fire ways to commit information to memory. This 90-minute class covers methods for a variety of situations, from learning lines to remembering names.
Beginning Juggling Sat March 27, 1-2:30PM. Instructor: Vicky Saye Henderson, Teens & Adults, cost: $17, Registration Deadline: March 22. Exercise your body and both sides of your brain. Juggling is a fantastic way to strengthen your ability to focus, boost your brain power and add a new skill. Participants are asked to bring a set of 3 hacky sacks or juggling balls with them to class!
Improv & Sketch Comedy for Teens Sat April 24, 11AM-2pm. Instructor Vicky Saye Henderson. Grades 6-12 Cost $33, Registration Deadline: April 19. Come and be astounded by what you can do with a little spontaneity and collaboration! The magic of IMPROV comes to life and you're center stage in this one-day workshop with Vicky Saye Henderson, Director of ReWired, Workshop Theatre's Improv and Sketch Comedy Team. Participants will learn the basic rules and tools of improv play as well as how to think quicker on their feet!
Full payment for each class or workshop is due at registration. Refunds will be issued for any classes or workshops canceled by Workshop Theatre. Participants who choose to withdraw from a class must do so by 5:00 p.m. on the registration deadline date to receive a refund. Minimum enrollment for all classes and workshops is 5 participants. Workshop reserves the right to remove participants from any classes due to behavior problems.
All classes are held at the Workshop Theatre School of Performing Arts, 635 Elmwood Avenue, Columbia, SC 29201. 803.799.4876
Meditation Class with Joy Connor Sat Feb 20th 10AM - 2PM. Learn Primordial Sound Meditation as created by Dr. Deepak Chopra, taught by Chopra Center Certified Instructor Joy Connor you will receive a personal mantra and begin to experience the unique energy you have within. Course fee $295 discounts for children, students and seniors. Follow up class date TBA.
Inner Goddess Workshop with Rhonda Uzzolino Wed Feb 24th 6–8pm. Choose a Goddess t-shirt, short discussion about what each means, Goddess affirmations and work to create a personal affirmation based on the characteristics of the Goddess you choose. The cost is $30, which even includes refreshments, t-shirt and affirmation card. Please RSVP. Seating is limited, reserve now! For info, call Rhonda at 803-419-8472.
Scalar Wave Laser Demonstration and Before and After Aura Photograph. Thurs Feb 25th. The lasers are available for you to try. You will be able to test the effects of the laser by getting a Before and After Aura photo. The Laser event is free, if you wish to get the aura photos the cost is $30.00. Aura Photos begin at 5:30, Scalar Laser event 630-9pm.
Awakening Weekend Retreat: William & Marilu Pena Featuring the Energy Enlightenment System Sat & Sun March 6th & 7th 9:30am-5pm, both days. Spiritual Insights and Teachings to live a centered life. To RSVP call the Celebration Center at 803-782-5539. For more info call William at 813-909-2187 Or visit www.EnergiesOfEnlightenment.com
Getting Down To Business Workshop with Spencer Combs Thurs March 11, 6:30-8pm. FREE, 1 ½ hour workshop to help entrepreneurs, small business owners, and independent contractors grow their business. Most practitioners have a great skill but have a challenge with 4 specific areas. Learn these four areas and learn the solutions to create a business in this economy that not only survives, but thrives! More info and registration www.freeguestevent.com
Doc's Gumbo Grill (next door neighbor) is celebrating Fat Tuesday with a benefit for Haiti. Free Pancake Dinner Tues, Feb 16th 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Donations are suggested with proceeds going to the American Red Cross. Call Doc's for more info
Celebration Center is located at 3830 Rosewood Dr. Columbia, SC 29205
Monday, February 1, 2010
(photo of Jeff Liberty courtesy of Jeff Liberty)