Department Calendar

Events Schedule
September 23-October 8: CYRANO performances. See events below for details.
October 7: Fulton Funding application due
October 13-14: BYU Final Cut at 7 and 9 pm in the Pardoe Theatre
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Theatre Forum Schedule
September 29: From BYU to Broadway: Theatre Production 101
October 6: Charlotte Canning Lecture
October 13: Homecoming: Honored Alumni Lecture, Ian Puente, senior vice president at EPIX
October 20: Networking forum
October 27: Design forum

Mask Club Schedule
October 27
: Jean Yellowhorse, Twelve Angry Men, by Reginald Rose
November 10: Camilla Hodgson, The Boy Who Stole the Stars, by Julian Wiles


AUDITIONS

Auditions for THE CRUCIBLE, MACBETH, and CHARIOTS OF FIRE
Auditions for three of our upcoming productions are taking place Monday, September 26 from 4-7 pm in the Pardoe Green Room, Tuesday, September 27 from 7-9 pm in the Nelke Theatre, and Wednesday, September 28 from 7-10 pm in the Pardoe Theatre.  Actors cast in Macbeth could also conceivably be cast in either Chariots of Fire or The Crucible. Sign-ups for The Crucible, Macbeth, and Chariots of Fire are available in the TMA Office (D-581). Please come prepared with one monologue from an Aurthur Miller play (NOT from The Crucible), one back up monologue of your choice, and a current headshot/resume to the audition.

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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.


Events

CYRANO
CYRANO, Adapted by Jo Roets from the Play by Edmond Rostand and directed by Kris Jennings, will take place September 23-October 8 at 7:00pm in the Margetts Theatre. Cyrano de Bergerac is a master of swordplay and wordplay, but a “magnificent Mount Everest of a nose” blocks his path to true love. From Parisian balconies to bloody battlefields, tongue-tied Christian borrows Cyrano’s words to woo beautiful Roxane—but is she falling for Christian’s looks or Cyrano’s soul? A cast of lively actors triangulates this classic into a lightning-paced romance of duels, panache, sacrifice—and an enormous schnoz.

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1608-95 118 1608-95 Cyrano Play Publicity photos for BYU Young Company production of “Cyrano”. August 31, 2016 Photo by Jaren Wilkey/BYU © BYU PHOTO 2016 All Rights Reserved photo@byu.edu (801)422-7322

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For non-BYU events in the area, see events in the area.


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