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The League of Cincinnati Theatres (LCT) is pleased to announce our LCT Gala Awards Ceremony, which annually honors the best of the professional Cincinnati Theatre Community. This year, the Gala will be held Monday, May 20th, 7 PM at the Know Theatre, 1120 Jackson St. Tickets may be obtained by calling the Know Theatre Box Office, 513-300-5669. Finalists will be chosen from among the many nominations made by our panelists during the year and will be announced soon. One winner from each category will be announced at the Award Ceremony. Come join us for a night of excitement and entertainment!
Panelists for the League of Cincinnati Theatres (LCT) have recognized New Edgecliff Theatre‘s production of Proof with an LCT nomination for lead actress, Rebecca Whatley.
On the eve of her twenty-fifth birthday, Catherine, a troubled young woman, has spent years caring for her brilliant but unstable father, a famous mathematician. Now, following his death, she must deal with her own volatile emotions; the arrival of her estranged sister, Claire; and the attentions of Hal, a former student of her father’s who hopes to find valuable work in the 103 notebooks that her father left behind. Over the long weekend that follows, a burgeoning romance and the discovery of a mysterious notebook draw Catherine into the most difficult problem of all: How much of her father’s madness — or genius — will she inherit?
Panelists praised Rebecca Whatley’s portrayal of Catherine as “natural and unforced”; “a touching mixture of bewilderment, bravado, and brokenness that commanded my attention and did not let up.”
Proof continues through April 27th. Tickets can be purchased at http:www.cincinnatiarts.org.
Final LCT awards will be determined at the end of the season and announced at the LCT gala in the spring.
Panelists for the League of Cincinnati Theatres (LCT) have recognized Spake. by David L Williams, directed by Mike King, as the best production at the Northern Kentucky University’s YES festival, the Theater department’s 16th Biennial Year End Series Festival of New Plays.
In a packed Siberian church on a snowy day, a priest is eulogizing a 109-year-old town leader when the roof caves in, killing everyone inside. Only one speaker of the Ujide language remains: Nicholas, who’s still at college. His ex-girlfriend Jessica also has languages on the brain: namely finding a wellspring language, an idea that intrigued late Ithaca serial killer Edward Rulloff. The collapse begins an amazing sequence of events involving the untranslated Voynich Manuscript, a spell, the return of Rulloff and Nicholas’ dead sister, and a reversal of the Tower of Babel. A few flakes of snow will change the world forever.
Panelists described Spake as “a thought provoking and mystical journey into reincarnation and the power of language”; a “magical reality” play.
Panelists for the League of Cincinnati Theatres (LCT) have recognized Untethered Theatres Apartment 3A with an LCT nomination for featured actor (Christopher Dooley).
No one donates to public television anymore. Bitter and hanging onto her idealism by a thread, Annie Wilson is fighting the good fight while fighting off the advances of her love-struck coworker Elliot. When she moves into a new apartment, her married neighbor Donald becomes a confidant, sharing stories of love, loss and scrambled eggs. This is a story about faith of all kinds. It’s never to late for a second chance, right?
Panelists praised Christopher Dooley’s portrayal of Elliiot as “compelling” and “believable” in some “over the top and marvelous” scenes.
Apartment 3A continues through April 27th. Tickets can be purchased at www.untetheredtheatreco.com
Final LCT awards will be determined at the end of the season and announced at the LCT gala on May 20th at the Know Theater. Tickets may be purchased at the Know Theater Box Office.
The League of Cincinnati Theatres was founded in 1999 to strengthen, nurture and promote Cincinnati’s theatre community. LCT provides its member companies and individual members with education, resources and services to enhance the quality and exposure of the theatre community in Cincinnati and increase community awareness, attendance and involvement. More information about the League can be found at www.leagueofcincytheatres.com.
Panelists for the League of Cincinnati Theatres (LCT) have recognized The Know Theatre’s COCK with 3 LCT nominations, as well as distinguishing it as a recommended production: Direction (Brian Robertson), Ensemble Acting, and scenic design (Andrew Hungerford).
In this tense comedy about sexual identity, COCK explores one man’s choices about which path of love to pursue. When John takes a break from his longtime boyfriend, the last thing he expects is to fall in love with a woman. Trapped between two lovers, John feels the physical and emotional tug of both, and neither party wants to lose the battle for his heart. John has a choice to make as he navigates his sexuality, selfhood, and the intersection of the two.
Panelists praised Brian Robertson for his “brilliant” direction—“He has no props, no set furnishings to work with…he keeps the characters in constant, purposeful motion.” The ensemble “worked incredibly well together, which was make-or-break for this production”; “a superb cast”. Of Andrew Hungerford’s set design, panelists reported: “The positioning of the uncomfortable platform seating set on each side with the stage in the center with no set pieces was an incredible, well-thought out design… The audience was forced to look at each other with the actors in the foreground throughout the play,” Overall, panelists described the production as “an intimate, emotional play in a unique setting”—“ audiences will find it entertaining and fascinating”.
COCK continues through March 11th. Tickets can be purchased at http://www.knowtheatre.com.
Final LCT awards will be determined at the end of the season and announced at the LCT Gala on Monday, May 20th at the Know Theatre. Tickets may be obtained from the Know Theatre Box Office.
Stephanie Brait (CCM Drama 2010) appears as Natasha Radkovich on the new hit drama series GOLDEN BOY on CBS. Watch for her this Tuesday at 10:00 PM. Stephanie was a Cincinnatus Scholar at CCM and winner of one of LCT’s Rising Star awards. Last season she appeared on I Just Want My Banks Back on MTV. She recently re-located to Los Angeles from New York, and just finished filming the feature film Bastards of Young.
Stephanie Brait, with Theo James, on CBS’ GOLDEN BOY
The Carnegie ANNOUNCES AUDITIONS FOR THE 2013-14 THEATRE SERIES OPENING PRODUCTION OF
Directed by Dee Anne Bryll and Ed Cohen
Music Direction by Damon Stevens
Choreographed by David Baum
Playing Weekends AUGUST 10 – 25, 2013
Rehearsing Evenings and Weekends JULY 8 – AUGUST 9, 2013
Rehearsals at The Carnegie & Northern Kentucky University; Performances at The Carnegie
Open Call Auditions
SATURDAY, APRIL 27 | 11AM – 3PM
Auditions held at Northern Kentucky University
FINE ARTS BUILDING | Rooms 220 & 221
Actors should prepare 32 bars of one (1) musical theatre selection in the style of the show. Some actors may be asked to learn and perform a dance combination, and/or do a cold reading.
An accompanist will be provided. Please bring sheet music in the correct key. A cappella auditions, or those with pre-recorded accompaniment, will not be considered. Please provide four (4) copies of your résumé and at least one (1) headshot. Please bring appropriate attire for a dance combination.
CHICAGO is a professional production, opening The Carnegie’s 2013-14 Theatre Series. All performers will be compensated. AEA actors may be considered under a Guest Artist Contract.
To schedule an audition slot, or for questions about auditions, please contact Dom Waters at email@example.com.
Directions to audition location and parking information sent with audition confirmation.