Tuesday, June 4
The Adding Machine
by Elmer Rice
Written in 1923, this expressionist play is a tale about an accountant turned killer whose job is being replaced by an “adding machine.”
5:00pm Happy Hour, 6:00pm Performance; $5.00 (cash only).
This series has received major support from the Greater Hartford Arts Council’s United Arts Fund.
Interviews: Saturday, May 11 and Thursday, May 23
Internship: July 1-August 1, 2013; 10am-4pm.
To schedule an audition/interview, contact Julia Rosenblatt (860) 548-9144 x 11 or email email@example.com.
Experience not necessary, desire to learn is a must.
Must be 16-21 years old.
On Sunday, June 3rd, Gregory R. Tate, 60, died after a brief struggle with lung cancer, at the Cancer Treatment Center in Zion, Illinois. Tate was a commanding presence in Hartford and its theater scene. Together with Julia Rosenblatt and Steve Ginsburg, he founded HartBeat Ensemble. Their mission – to write and perform theater that asks questions, raises public consciousness, and rouses audiences into action – was something that Tate lived every day. He strove to record the joys, beauty, suffering, and injustices in the city; and then shape that into public performance. Click here to read his full obituary.