As you may know, The AM is getting its current production underway; “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” by Christopher Durang. I haven’t auditioned for a play or been onstage since our 2012 season, so I was really excited and slightly nervous when I went to audition on Friday night. But there is something […]
Brad Russell has announced his cast for “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike”. Thanks to all who came out and auditioned, and we hope to see you all there for our October Performance.
This, according to wikipedia: the Green Room is a space in the theater used to accommodate actors not yet required onstage. It functions as both a waiting room and a lounge for those not engaged in performance. I bring this to your attention only because as we wind up auditions for Vanya and Sonia and […]
Actors’ Mission may not be quite as great as we think it is, but it’s a whole lot greater than a whole lot of people would expect out of a community theater coming out of Rock Springs, Wyoming. Now, I’m mature enough to understand that as individual creative person, or a creative organization for that […]
Our monthly board meeting will happen this coming Sunday, August 10th, at 4:00 PM. Anyone interested in Actors’ Mission is invited to attend. This meeting will involve elections for the positions of Treasurer and President.
Actors’ Mission announces open auditions for our upcoming performance of “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” by Christopher Durang, to be directed by Brad L. Russell. Auditions will occur at the Elk’s Lodge on August 15, 16 and 17 at 6:30 PM. Performances will be Octorber 17, 18, 19 and 23, 24, 25. The […]
As many of you in Rock Springs probably noticed the power went out for almost an hour today. During that time I sat down with a notepad and pencil and wrote an article for the other blog I contribute to. Despite that my hand isn’t so much used to writing things manually anymore I found […]
Actors’ Mission traces one ancestral line to the Dock Street Theater in South Carolina-the first building in America created solely for theatrical purposes. The Dock Theater sprang from influences in Western Europe, most likely Renaissance theater in England, and from there, as we all learned in junior high, back to the ancient theaters of Greece […]
Saturday, I spent a pleasant afternoon at Actors’ Mission’s food booth in Bunning Park. It was a worthwhile time at a worthy community event. International Day pays homage to Rock Springs’ second-wave immigration roots in the most immediate and satisfying way, by celebrating the food traditions of our town’s legendary 54 nationalities. You can lull away […]
Well, let’s see…One to screw in the light bulb, one to cue him on the line he’s supposed to be saying while he does, one to hold the ladder, one to pull the secret cord that makes the ceiling collapse to finish the joke, one to direct the two visible on stage and make sure […]