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May 2021

Student Storytelling Show – via Zoom

May 3 @ 7:00 pm

Students, from the Intro to Storytelling Classes, have been working with Kurt Mullen on many aspects of the craft of Storytelling.  This class culminates in a performance - Student Storytelling Show. Please join us in enjoying the fruits of their labors.  Here is a list of tonight’s storytellers and their story titles. Al Vautour: "Raking It In" Barbara Keiter: "The Best Laid Plans" Tracy Gianotti: "Bird by Bird"   Kurt Mullen is a storyteller, writer, and teacher. Two of his stories…

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Improv via Zoom – Classes with Charles Van Eman 20210420

May 4 @ 8:00 pm

*Become a better listener (to others and to your own ideas!)*Learn to access your playful nature!*Find your funny!*Brush up on Improv skills and meet new people in your community! Improv Chops- We will cover the basic “rules” of improvsuch as listening, Yes-Anding, and finding truth in comedy through a series of improv games and exercises over 5 weeks. We will explore the two-person scene. This course will culminate in a performance open to the public! Charles Van Eman brings his…

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Writing The Ten-Minute Play Class 20210407 – via ZOOM

May 5 @ 7:00 pm

This class is being offered via ZOOM WITH BRUCE MENIN How much can a play reveal in ten minutes?  This workshop offers you a chance to find out.  Over the course of five sessions, we will consider the ten-minute play; understand it’s form, structure, source/inspiration, and the liberating opportunity it presents for cultural commentary. Add in, character development, conflict and conflict resolution to draft your own, original 10-minute play.  The plays created will be given a staged reading online at…

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NSRTC – John Cage, Max Yasgur, and the Last Great Tummler Walk Into Arlene’s Roadside Cafe Near Woodstock, New York – by David Susman 20210508

May 8 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Talkback immediately following Written by David Susman Directed by Kimberly Holiday In 1952, at a backwoods café in the Catskill Mountains, a chance encounter between an avant-garde musician, a second-rate comedian, and a mild-mannered farmer leads to a discussion about art, ambition, and the American future. As peace and prosperity approach, each character faces a choice: to embrace the world ahead, or upend history with a single gesture. Sharing their dreams and fears, consuming cheap food and cheaper jokes, they…

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Improv via Zoom – Classes with Charles Van Eman 20210420

May 11 @ 8:00 pm

*Become a better listener (to others and to your own ideas!)*Learn to access your playful nature!*Find your funny!*Brush up on Improv skills and meet new people in your community! Improv Chops- We will cover the basic “rules” of improvsuch as listening, Yes-Anding, and finding truth in comedy through a series of improv games and exercises over 5 weeks. We will explore the two-person scene. This course will culminate in a performance open to the public! Charles Van Eman brings his…

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