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September 4-14 

TCU Nomination period

Calling all candidates for TCU Year Representatives, Focus Representatives, and the Play Selection Committee Representative. You should be able to attend TCU’s weekly meetings, Tuesdays at 12:30 pm. Sign up in the back hall by 4:00pm Sept. 14 if you are interested in becoming one the voices that represent our students!

 

September 16-20    

Monday to Friday @ 12:30pm – 1:30pm

TCU: Elections and Gotcha! 
PHOENIX LOBBY 
Vote for your TCU Year Representatives, Focus Representatives, and the Play Selection Committee Representative, and buy into the annual game of Gotcha! for only $4. Gotcha! players can pick up your target information from September 25 to 27 over the lunch hour. The game starts at 11:00pm on Sunday, September 29!  

 

September 19             

Dance Victoria in the Lobby 12pm - 2pm

Learn more about Dance Victoria and how you can attend dance performances and only “Pay Your Age”!  A representative from Dance Victoria will be in the lobby over the lunch break with more information.

 

September 24   

Othello Rehearsals Begin Tuesday @ 6:00pm 

MAINSTAGE: Rehearsals begin for Othello
CHIEF DAN GEORGE THEATRE 
Cast and production crew begin rehearsals, Tuesday through Friday (6pm - 10pm) and Saturdays (10am to 6pm). 

 

September25 – 26 – 27 Wed, Thurs. & Friday

@ 12:45pm – 1:45pm 

SATCo: Spin the Bottle

BARBARA McINTYRE STUDIO
First show of SATCo’s 2019 fall season, written by Ciaran Volke, directed by Hailee Friesen.

Remember your first party? We’re staging it! Join us for an immersive sleepover experience at Avery’s house.  Drama, debauchery, and truth or dare, all in one hour.   

 

September 30             

Orange Shirt Day

Orange Shirt Day is a national movement in Canada for Indigenous and non-Indigenous people to come together in the spirit of hope and reconciliation to honour former residential school students whose families and communities have been impacted by the policies and actions of the Government of Canada and the churches that operated the schools.

For more information on Orange Shirt Day; follow the link https://www.uvic.ca/info/orangeshirtday/index.php

 

September 30    

Monday - Need Headshots? - Professional photographer DEAN KALYAN
will be here in the Phoenix Building:

This one-day-only, discounted student headshot package includes:

A 20-minute photo sitting with backdrop in Phoenix Rm 138.

Your choice of 3 different images to receive Photoshop touch-ups.

Your choice of 2 of the 3 images to be printed at 8” x 10” in glossy black & white (or choose 1 in colour)

Final high-resolution digital files for all 3 choices.

COST: $125.00 (cash, credit card or e-transfer accepted)

Dean Kaylan has a portfolio that includes many professional actors and he is the official photographer and videographer for big music festivals. Check out his portfolio at deankalyan.com

LIMITED AVAILABILITY. ONE DAY ONLY! SIGN UP ON FRONT BOARD before noon Wednesday, September 26 or contact Adrienne in Rm. 157.

 

October 1      

Tuesday @ 12:45pm

THE BELFRY @ UVIC: Nancy Palk & Joseph Ziegler

BARBARA MCINTYRE STUDIO
An upclose conversation, moderated by Michael Elliott, with two of the lead actors in The Children by Lucy Kirkwood at the Belfry Theatre (September 17 - October 13). Robin and Hazel are two retired nuclear scientists who live in a seaside cottage in England. But all is not as it seems. Their electricity is restricted to evenings, and they have a Geiger counter in the kitchen.

 

October 9 - 19       

Tuesday - Saturday

Spotlight on Alumni – Weaksauce & Other Stories

ROGER BISHOP THEATRE  

A greatest-hits collection of works by two-time Canadian Comedy Award winner Sam Mullins (BFA ’08). In Weaksauce, Mullins shares the coming-of-age story of the summer he turned 16 and left home to work as a camp counselor – only to be blindsided by the first great romance of his life. Short story-slam versions of his shows Tinfoil Dinosaur and The Untitled Sam Mullins Project are followed by a new story about the bleary-eyed joys of fatherhood.

 

Event list posted at uvic.ca/finearts/theatre/resources.  Please submit information to theatreasst@uvic.ca at least 3-4 weeks in advance.

 

 

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