We would like to congratulate the three shows that have already gone up in our fall season!
Congratulations to the casts and crews of Dear Brutus, Dear Charlotte, and Dog Sees God.
To round up the season, we have three more upcoming full lengths-
This weekend, we will be presenting-
Buried Child by Sam Shepard
11/18-11/19 @ 7pm
11/20 @ 3pm and 7pm
Five Women Wearing the Same Dress
by Alan Ball
11/18-11/20 @ 8pm
11/20 @ 1 pm
Kenyon Club Room
Our final full length of the fall season will be-
The Adding Machine
by Elmer Rice
Exact times and location will be announced soon!
Reservations for all of our shows can be made at the info desk.
Welcome (and welcome back) to campus, everyone!
A new Phil year is here! We’re excited to get going right away!
Some important dates:
Freshman Rep Elections: 9/3/10 @ 4:30pm in the Rose Parlor
Directing Workshop Proposals due: 9/4/10 @ noon in the Philaletheis box
Directing Workshop Auditions: 9/6/10 from 7-11 in Rocky 312
Full-Length Proposals due: 9/11/10 @ noon in the Philaletheis box
Directing Workshops: 9/16/10 & 9/17/10 @ 8pm in the Shiva
CabaSwanky: 9/19/10 @ 9pm in the Shiva
Hope to see you there and everywhere!
Check out the Downloads section of the website to find the updated proposal forms that you’ll need to submit for DWs and Full-Lengths. Enjoy.
You can now download the full length proposals on the website or pick one up on the Phil board. They are due back by noon on Saturday September 12th and they should be returned to the Phil mailbox in the College Center. Once you’ve handed in your proposal, sign up for an interview time on the Phil board. Please contact Liz, firstname.lastname@example.org, with any additional questions. We look forward to reading your proposals.
If anyone is interested in proposing a special event for this or next term feel free to fill out an application, which you can get here in the downloads section or on the Phil Board, and then email me or Allison (email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org) to let us know and drop the completed application in the Philaletheis mailbox.
We look forward to all your proposals
Welcome back from summer all you thespians! We have a fantastic season coming up and stay tuned for more information about upcoming special events and later our auditions for the 2008 Spring season.
“Dog Sees God” by Burt V Royal
Directed by Caitlin Crisp
November 8 – 10: Shiva Theater
“stoning mary” by debbie tucker green
Directed by Rachel Lee
November 15 – 17 : Ely Hall
“The Importance of Being Earnest” by Oscar Wilde
Directed by Henry Behel
November 29 – December 1: Shiva Theater
“The Breakfast Club” by John Hughes
Directed by Cassadie Peterson
December 6 – 8: New England Building
Everyone! Philaletheis is having an extremely wonderful and important meeting for the General Body on March 4th at 9PM in Main Building! It will take place in the Jade Parlor on the second floor of Main!
We will be discussing very important information, such as Elections. Find out how to run for a position on the Phil Board, and how (where & when) to vote! The directors and casts of all Philaletheis events should be there to talk about their projects! Additionally, the meeting will be an ice cream social! COME FOR THE FREE ICE CREAM! (or sorbet for those allergic to dairy products)!
Sunday, March 4th
9PM – Main Building, Jade Parlor (2nd Floor)
Hi Everybody! Welcome to Philaletheis’s brand new website, where you can learn about our upcoming events, download important forms, and get up to date information straight from the board members! We’re still in the process of reorganizing and working out some of the kinks, but I welcome you to take a look around and check out all the new features. Once we have everything working smoothly, I’ll post a brief description of how to best utilize the site. Thanks for showing up!
Also! Make sure to check out our events page! This coming weekend (Feb. 9-10), Philaletheis is sponsoring Directing Workshops AND Cabaret. Awesome.