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News : NCMC Seeks Help In Theater Project
Posted by Tom on 2013/11/1 10:34:32 (431 reads) News by the same author

The public is being encouraged to help in efforts to resume theater productions in Trenton. Students in an "Introduction to Theater" class at North Central Missouri College will be presenting a series of one-act performances called "One Acts and Monologues" the night of Saturday, November 23rd at the Hoover Community Theater.

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With with five students in the class, the public is encouraged to participate in both and acting, and "behind the scenes". Connie Martin teaches "Intro to Theater" at NCMC:

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Ms. Martin explains how the public can help:

Click here to listen to NCMC instructor Connie Martin

"One Acts and Monologues" will be presented on Saturday, November 23rd at 7 o'clock in the evening at the Hoover Community Theatre at the Grundy County Jewett Norris Library:

Click here to listen to NCMC instructor Connie Martin

That is Connie Martin, a part-time instructor at North Central Missouri College. Material from Neil Simon will be a part of this performance.

Auditions will be Monday night at 7 o'clock (November 4th) at the Ritze Building on the NCMC campus in Trenton. Auditions are expected to begin on Wednesday or Thursday of next week (November 6th and/or 7th). Several parties are envisioned prior to the November 23rd performance.

Scripts will be provided at the audition (to read). People performing on the 23rd will follow a script, rather than "making up" their own monologue.

This production is part of plans to bring back the NCMC Players, a drama club at the college that has been inactive in recent years.

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