Aladdin and the Jinn at Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Mar 30-Apr 1

Aladdin and the Jinn at Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Mar 30-Apr 1

ERHS Drama presents:
Aladdin and the Jinn

Location: Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt.

March 30 – April 1, 2015

ERHS Drama is thrilled to present ALADDIN AND THE JINN.

This is a unique presentation, never attempted in the history of the school. The Drama 3 (advanced acting) class has spent a full year creating an original play. They selected the fairytale of Aladdin, and decided to use an aesthetic setting of the Modern Middle East. Working as an ensemble, the students had projects incorporating advanced techniques. They then combined these projects to form an entirely original script. ALADDIN AND THE JINN is an original ensemble production, written and performed by students. Can the Palestinian Aladdin find love with the Israeli Sarai? Will the wish-granting Jinn ensnare them both?

This production is also the first performance in the brand-new Sally Wagner Performing Arts Space, a new black box theatre. The space is not finished, but is an exciting and versatile new performance venue, which will highlight the burgeoning arts department of ERHS. The space is the new home of ERHS Drama, and will be a continuing home for many future performances.

ALADDIN AND THE JINN performances are March 30, 31, and April 1st (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday) at 7pm. Tickets are 5 dollars in advance (sold in school the week before) or 8 dollars at the door. The show is one hour.

Teen Auditions for The Tempest at Laurel Mill Playhouse, Mar 30 & 31

Teen Auditions for The Tempest at Laurel Mill Playhouse, Mar 30 & 31

Laurel Mill Playhouse Shakespeare Teen Theatre Announces Auditions for
The Tempest
by William Shakespeare

Location: Laurel Mill Playhouse

Laurel Mill Playhouse, 508 Main Street, Laurel, Md. will hold auditions for teenagers on Monday, March 30th at 7pm and Tuesday, March 31st at 7pm this Shakespearean comedy. Director Michael Hartsfield requests the teenagers auditioning have twenty to thirty lines of any monologue from a Shakespeare play prepared for the audition. Memorization is not necessary. The Tempest will run from May 29 through June 14 on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

For more information, please contact Producer Maureen Rogers at maureencrogers@gmail.com or 301-452-2557. Or see: http://www.laurelmillplayhouse.org/auditions.php.

Also, teenagers who want to be involved in costuming, light/sound design and operation, stage managers, set construction and design, and publicity should come on auditions dates with resume. Volunteer credit available. This is an opportunity for teens to be a part of a theater experience – whether it be on or off the stage. Bring resume and any conflicts. All roles open.

Teen Shakespeare Theatre is open to teens entering the 7th grade through those entering 12th grade. $50 fee to cover incidental expenses. Parental help gratefully accepted. 18 plus roles available!

Slim Bodyology: FANTASTIC YOU at the Publick Playhouse, Mar 31

Slim Bodyology: FANTASTIC YOU at the Publick Playhouse, Mar 31

Prince George’s Publick Playhouse

Midweek Matinee
Tuesday, March 31, 2015, at 10:15 am & 12 noon
Slim Bodyology: FANTASTIC YOU

Nationally renowned Slim Goodbody performs an amazing health and body musical that introduces children to the Heart-the greatest pump in the world; Brain-body control center; Lungs-the breath of life; Bones & Muscles-the team that hustles; Senses-the sensational five; and Digestive System- the energy factor. Song, dance and lots of audience participation highlight the importance of nutrition, fitness, hygiene, and a positive self-image. “Great program for our curriculum, everything we study in our Body Unit.” Meadowland Elementary, Sandusky, Ohio

Curriculum Connections: science, health, nutrition, fundamentals of anatomy, fitness, hygiene

Recommended for grades K-8
Tickets: $8; $6/groups of 20 or more

Universes: Party People Salon at Clarice Smith, Mar 28

Universes: Party People Salon at Clarice Smith, Mar 28

Universes: Party People Salon
Saturday, March 28, 2015 . 8PM

Venue: Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center.

Sat, Mar 28, 2015 . 8:00PM

Tickets: Regular: $25, Student: $10. Kogood Theatre, General Admission.

Description: The award-winning ensemble UNIVERSES is known for breaking the bounds of traditional theater, fusing poetry, jazz, hip hop and Southern blues to create powerful performance experiences for diverse audiences. The Party People Salon is a unique, participatory event reflecting the revolutionary spirit of the Black Panthers and Young Lords Movements of the 1960s-1970s.

During the Salon, performance is interspersed with conversations among veteran Panthers and Lords, Black Panther Ericka Huggins and Mickey Melendez of Young Lords. They share their moving, personal stories of everyday women and men who became leaders and activists. The Party People Salon offers a rare opportunity to discover what has become of these inspiring and at times controversial citizens whose movement to make change still reverberates today.

Young Adult Spring One Acts at Laurel Mill Playhouse, Mar 27-Apr 12

Young Adult Spring One Acts at Laurel Mill Playhouse, Mar 27-Apr 12

Young Adult Spring One Acts
by a Variety of Brilliant and Talented Authors
Directed by Larry Simmons
Produced by Diana Simmons, executively produced by Maureen Rogers

Location: Laurel Mill Playhouse

Friday March 27, 2015 through Sunday April 12, 2015
Fridays and Saturdays at 8PM.
Matinee performances will be held on Sundays March 29th and April 12.
Special note: No performances on the weekend of April 3, 4 and 5!

A lively collection of of one-act plays performed by young adults in our community.
Prodigal Cow- by Mark Harvey Levine – A very familiar story told from a slightly more bovine point of view.
Misfortune – by Mark Harvey Levine – A dinner date “predictably” ends in murder.
Big Picture – by Mark Harvey Levine – A look into the life of a box of crayons
Ruin – by Ann Marley – Two sisters, with something in their past, struggle to communicate.
Higher Education – by Ann Marley – Take a tour of the cracks in the foundation of the higher education system of America.
Monsters In The Closet – by Jeanette Brown – A young girl must learn to face her fears.
Dear Diary – by Kendra Simmons – A teenager struggles with bullying and her self image.

Performances run weekends from Friday March 27, 2015 through Sunday April 12, 2015 with Friday and Saturday evening performances at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20 for general admission. Admission for students (12 and under), active duty military and seniors (65 and over) is $15. For reservations, please call 301-617-9906 and press 2. For further information visit the web site at http://www.laurelmillplayhouse.org or contact Larry Simmons at actor98@yahoo.com.