We’re all about theatre, but social events are also happening.
They are such good opportunities to meet new people who share the same interests with you. Like last week’s bar night, which was filled with booze, snacks and fun activities.
There are more social events like this in the planning process, so come out, have fun, and hang out with us!
Since we were showered with positive feedbacks about the Musical Theatre workshop last term,
The Players Club proudly presents another to start things off after Reading Week!
All ages and experiences are welcome, it will be held like the previous one. The first half of the workshop dedicated to learning a number and the second half for learning the choreography.
At the end, we’ll put it together to perform for… ourselves. (Watch out for the cameras!)
Starting at 6 P.M, at Neville Scarfe 1003.
Hope to see you all there!
Festival Dionysia is back!
Here is a list of the one act plays that will be performed.
1) Our Place— written by Tomas Balli; directed by Jayda Novak
2) Family Matters— written by Danika Enad; directed by Stefan Zubovic
3) The Levee— written by Taylor Mac; directed by Tomas Balli
4) Lonely Hearts— written by David Lewis; directed by Scott Franchuk
5) Doris, Darling!— written by Linnea Ritland; directed by Sebastian Ochoa-Mendoza
6) Bedtime— written by Mary Gallagher; directed by Madelaine Walker
*All except The Levee and Bedtime are original pieces by UBC students.
As we’re settling into the new year of 2017, the Player’s Club is presenting events that will pull you through the assignments, midterms and papers this term.
Be sure to mark your calendars:
1) Storm Crow bar night (Friday, Feb. 3rd)
- Arrive any time after 5 pm, snack platters will be provided!
2) Musical Theatre workshop (Monday, Feb. 27th )
- Musical Theatre Troupe is returning after last term’s much successful workshop!
3) CiTR workshop: How to record for radio theatre (Date TBA)
- Either March 20th, 21st, or 22nd.
4) Bowling Night! (Friday, March 31st)
5) Players Prom (Date TBA)
(Location for most events is TBA)
It’s that time of the year again and we’re looking for actors for our 6th annual Festival Dionysia!
To audition, we would like you to prepare a monologue, maximum two minutes long. Contemporary is preferred, but not mandatory.
The dates are January 20th(4-9 PM) & 21st(9AM-9PM). (Callbacks January 22nd)
Auditions will be held at the NEST (The new student union building) in Room 2515.
To book an audition slot, please email: email@example.com
Please send us:
– A headshot (or a good clear photo of yourself)
– A theatre resume (if applicable, no experience necessary)
– Your contact information (email and phone number)
– Your preferred times on the audition days
Deadline to apply is the 19th of January.
Next semester, the UBC Players’ Club will be producing the 6th Annual Festival Dionysia for our mainstage production!
We will begin accepting submissions of original scripts for production on November 12th, 2016. Scripts must be a maximum of 20 minutes long.
We will also be accepting applications for directors, as well as published work proposals, at the same time.
Deadline for both applications is November 21st.
Click here for the Director & Optional Play Proposal form.
Click here for the Original Script Submission form.
Please email the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org. We love forward to reading them!
We are now only a few weeks away from the opening night of our mainstage production: the Pulitzer Prize-winning drama Disgraced by Ayad Akhtar directed by Gavan Cheema!
The show will be running from November 9th to the 14th, with evening shows at 7pm and a Sunday matinee at 2pm. There will be no show on November 11th.
We look forward to seeing you there!
This week, the UBC Players Club is hosting a play reading of Marie Clements’s spellbinding drama Copper Thunderbird from 3-6pm on Friday, in NEST 2521.
Copper Thunderbird acts out the life, times, and struggles of Anishinaabe artist Norval Morrisseau, a Grand Shaman hailed as the Father of Contemporary Native Art and “Picasso of the North.” These accolades, however, do not come without cost. Clements interweaves Morrisseau’s everyday struggles to become accepted and retain his identity in a Western-dominated art world with his tumultuous spiritual journey to the heart of his cultural traditions.
Come join us on October 27th for a presentation of Joan MacLeod’s The Shape of a Girl, directed by Elana Mabrito and starring Anni Ramsay, two key members of the UBC Players Club.
The show will be followed by a brief talkback where we discuss the issues that arise in the text. We are interested in using the power of theatre and performance as a way to facilitate change. We hope that you’ll join us for an evening of theatre and conversation!
Thanks to everyone who came out and auditioned for Disgraced! We now have the show fully cast and would like to thank all the guests who came to our successful workshop! We are excited to show the play to you all in November.
If you emailed us about working backstage, we haven’t forgotten you. We’re just figuring out right now where we most need the help, and you’ll hear from us soon.