We are excited to announce our participation in the Great Salt Lake Fringe 2016. Our Production of Elizabeth Bam is Directed by Morag Shepard and will be playing at the Forge in the Sugar Factory.
Congratulations to Cory Dangerfield for winning September's Monologue Monday. It was a close competition with so many great performances, but yours took the spotlight. WELL DONE CORY!
Honorable Mention to out other finalist: Becky Haynie & Dolton Baker.
Congratulations to Nick Diaz for being our first winner at Monologue Monday! We hope you have something fun to purchase with your cold, hard cash ;)
Honorable mention to our other finalist: JJ Neward & Paris Warner.
Monologue Monday Competition
As a participant you will perform a monologue up to 2 minutes of your choice from a play, film, television and/or original work. You will perform in front of professional casting directors, artistic directors, agents, producers and a live audience of your peers, friends and family. And best of all, the WINNER of the night walks away with $100 cash.
When: Monday August 24, 2015 @ 6:45
Where: The Acoustic Space 124 South 400 West Salt Lake City Ut 84101 Prize: $100 CASH
Entry Fee: Price of admission $7
Submission: Submit a headshot/resume, a copy of the monologue you have selected and a 30 second video of you performing a snip it of your monologue to firstname.lastname@example.org. Subject line: MM Submission.
Entry Deadline: The deadline for submissions is August 21, 2015 @ 5 pm.
A review of A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE by Dee Tua'one:
"Immediately I was jarred out of my comfort zone by loud insistant performers. It was effective. It made me really search for familar ground. I found it beneath those bombastic facades on the stage. Steaming beneath the surface of a bare studio apartment were nuanced emotions pulled, even dragged under the yelling. Deena Marie Manzanares pressed, frantic Blanche kept my utter attention. As if she were always running from something, looking past steady eyes and over shoulders. It was her subtle and constant loss of herself, from beginning to climax, that kept my eyes on the stage. The contrast presented by Aaron Adams self assured, steadfast Stanley is terrifying. His intent stalking of Blanche seems to start from the moment he meets her. It is a spectacle (side note: the session of homosexuals surrounding me kept gasping, flailing and moaning every time he undressed in front of us. Stage left is definitely the seat, praise Jesus).
The expansive space lent itself well to the story. With the story happening directly in your face and nothing behind you to turn away to. It makes you squirm. You experience the play. With sparse sets and incredibly intimate seating, the direction suffocates you (in the most delicious ways) like louisiana humidity. It is one of the best shows I've seen in years. I only have small nitpicks, rushed lines and missed cues that I fully intend to chalk up to an opening night excursion. Besides, perfection takes me out of a moment, especially in a show based on human flaws."
A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE...
by Tennessee Williams...
116 s rio grande street (the gateway)
Sky Play Live reviews A Streetcar Named Desire.
"Photo by Jill Adler"
Ellen Fagg Weist discusses A Streetcar Named Desire with director Cooper Howell and Producer Tara Norton. They discuss Radical Hospitality's take on the classic written by Tennessee Williams and Howell's vision of what Streetcar is into days world.
Gavin Underground from The Daily Feed in City Weekly Interviews Board Members Tara Norton, Yolanda Stange, and Jaron Kent Hermansen. They discuss the origins of Radical Hospitality and their inaugural production; A Streetcar Named Desire.
We will be performing at Edward Lewis Theater Festival this weekend! Feb 7th & 8th, hope to see you there!