Major Cards are available to be picked up in the TMA Office (D-581). Major cards allow students to get production tickets at a discounted price.
October 6-10: Homecoming Week
October 9:Mary Lou Fulton Funding Application due. Funds are intended for experiences such as graduate auditions, internships, student films, attending conferences, mentors research, and performances abroad.You can find the applications for group and individual projects at cfac.byu.edu/tma/admissions-and-aid/mary-lou-fulton-chair/. Contact Lindsi Neilson (email@example.com) for questions.
October 22-23: BYU Final Cut Film Festival
Theatre Forum Schedule
Thursdays in the Nelke Theatre at 11:00 am
October 8: No forum, college honored alumni lecture
October 15: Design Forum, Rory Scanlon
October 22: Theatre Education Forum, Julia Ashworth
October 29: TAGS, Megan Sanborn Jones
November 19: No Forum
November 26: Thanksgiving Break
Mask Club Schedule
October 29: Brianna Sterling: Last Five Years, by Jason Robert Brown
November 5: Soren Budge: Macbett, by Eugene Ionesco
November 12: No mask club performance
November 19: Spencer Duncan: Snegurochka (“The Snow Maiden”), adapted from A.N. Ostrovsky’s fairy tale by Spencer Duncan.
December 3: Caitlin Hall: Persephone, developed by Caitlin Hall
December 10: Chris Hults, Loopy Rye by Don Nigro
MircroBurst Theatre Announces – A Call for Scripts
What: 3-10 minute rough draft scripts
Who: Students (and interested faculty) in the TMA community
When: Scripts must be submitted no later than October 7, 2015
Where: Submit completed scripts to the TMA secretaries at firstname.lastname@example.org
Writing Prompt: Talking Time/Making Time. Please read the detailed prompt that is available in the TMA Office (D-581 HFAC) or download the prompt here.
For non-departmental auditions, see auditions in the area.
Interested in working with BYU Media Arts student filmmakers? Volunteer to be an actor, art designer, etc. and get involved with student capstone films at film.byu.edu/home/getting-involved.
Divine comedy will be performing October 9-10 in in 151 Tanner Building at 7 & 9 pm. Tickets will be available on their website a week before their show.
Water Sings Blue
Water Sings Blue, based on the book by Kate Coombs and directed by Teresa Dayley Love, will be performed by BYU Young Company September 25, 30, October 1, 2, 7, 8, & 9 (ASL Performance Oct. 8). at 7:00 pm in the Margetts Theatre. Travel to the coast, where the sand meets the sea, to celebrate the ocean in this charming and funny play adapted from the award-winning children’s picture book. Using pantomime and spoken word, a family—and the colorful personalities they encounter at the shore—interacts with the water and invites you, the spectator, to join in the fun.
Misalliance, by Gearge Bernard Shaw, directed by Barta Le Heiner, will be performing Nov 5–7, 11–14, 17–21, 7:30 pm and Nov 7, 14, 2:00 pm in the Margetts Theatre. Matrimony occupies the minds of the aristocrats at an English country home on a sunny summer afternoon. New alliances will be formed–and others broken–between parents, children, and sweethearts in this mischievous and witty romantic comedy by the renowned Nobel Prize-winning author of Pygmalion.
For non-BYU events in the area, see events in the area.
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