This Week At Eclectic Theater: First Dollars To A Name, Seattle Playhouse, Improv Conspiracy and An Actor’s Life!

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FIRST DOLLARS TO A NAME
written and actor managed by David Kulcsar

Buy your tickets NOW!

http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/548882

February 28 – March 15
Friday & Saturday   8:00 PM
Eclectic Theater 1214 10th Ave  Seattle

Marking the 50th Anniversary of great Italian director Sergio Leone’s “A Fistful of Dollars”, and the start of his legendary “Dollars” Trilogy, First Dollars to a Name is an ambitious attempt to pay homage to and bring the genre of the spaghetti western to the stage.

Runs approximately 60 minutes in length with no intermission.

Contains Mature Content. Please keep that in mind.

Produced by Kulcsar Theatricals.

Presented by Eclectic Theater.

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SEATTLE PLAYHOUSE

FREE ACTING CLASS – MARCH 8TH

11AM-2PM

@ECLECTIC THEATER

1214 10th Ave. Seattle, WA 98122

(Capitol Hill)

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Taught by PETER ALLAS (“Seinfield” & “The Soprano’s”) director and teacher from the Beverly Hills Playhouse. (LA, SF and NYC)

Classes begin

Saturdays March 15th -May 31st-11:00am -2:00pm

$220 (per 4 week cycle)

(Early registration, Student and professional union members discount available)

Learn a simple and practical  technique created by Award winning Broadway and Film director Milton Katselas studied byGeorge Clooney, Jim Carrey, Alec Baldwin , Kyle Chandler (“Wolf Of Wall Street”, “Zero Dark Thirty”), Michelle Clunie (“Queer As Folk”), John Glover , Jeffrey Tambor (Broadway’s “Glengarry Glen Ross” “Arrested Development”) , Jorge Garcia (“Lost”), Doris Roberts (Everybody Loves Raymond”), Tyne Daly (Tony nominated for “GYPSY”) , Michelle Pfeifer, Justine Machado (Ugly Betty) Keenan Ivory Wayans & Giovanni Ribisi.

Dare to be an artist. Unleash yourself, learn to unlock your emotions and put your dreams into Action! 

Mr. Allas teaches a simple pragmatic approach to scene study and auditioning through script analysis, events, objectives, evaluations, pathology, use of objects, improvisation and audition technique.

Transform yourself to “be the best YOU that you can be”.

At Seattle Playhouse we teach a method that will help you BE the character not just ACT the character.

PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL

TO RESERVE YOUR SEAT

Ph 206.234.1009 or | Email  vtangata@gmail.com

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Tickets are available at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/593512

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Join casting director Stephen Salamunovich, CSA for an enlightening evening where he will demystify some of the common notions of the business of acting.

When: 7-9 p.m., Monday, March 10, 2014

THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL!

Where: Eclectic Theater
1214 10th Ave.
Seattle, WA 98122

Cost: Free!

About Stephen Salamunovich, CSA
Stephen Salamunovich brings a diverse background to his work as a casting director. Beginning as professional musician performing and recording with such groups as the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the San Francisco Opera Company, the Los Angeles Master Chorale, his work has been featured on the soundtrack of The Godfather and the Disney recording of It’s a Small World. In 1984, he was offered an opportunity to work for the seminal, Los Angeles casting firm, Anderson, McCook & White and what began as a part-time interest became a full-time passion. After a five-year apprenticeship he moved to Seattle and founded Complete Casting.

Stephen has worked with such Academy Award-winning directors as Milos Forman and Bernardo Bertolucci. His television credits number well over two thousand projects including the series Simon & SimonFerris Bueller and In Living Color, as well as CLIO-award winning commercials and numerous feature films. Stephen is also the recipient of the Artios Award, casting’s highest honor bestowed by his peers in the Casting Society of America.

This seminar is for informational purposes and does not constitute SAG-AFTRA’s endorsement of any particular product, service, or provider.

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COMING SOON

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Check Off In The Sun

Thu-Sat at 8pm and Sun at 2pm. March 20-April 19!

Pay-What-You Can Preview on Thursday March 20. Fri & Sat, March 21 & 22 are PREVIEW Priced at $20. Sun, March 23 is also PREVIEW Priced at $20.

Victoria is terminally ill. She arranges for a villa in the southwest and has her closest friends and family join her for what is assumed to be a final meeting among them. Two generations attend. It is a farewell but none can figure out how to say farewell. Each comes with a personal history, each with a personal need to assert what she or he meant to Victoria, the part played in Victoria’s life, and expectations for what Victoria should feel about them. Least of all can they figure out what she might want of them or how to handle the impending death.

A World Premiere Comedy by Leonard David Goodisman!

Thursday-Saturday at 8pm and Sun at 2pm through April 19.

Starring Molly Blades, Kayla Brooks, Wendy Cohen, Kelley Goode, Danny Herter, Jack Hilovsky, David Lewis, Will Phillips, Carrie Schnelker, and Dale Weydert!

Directed by Amy Baldwin, Leonard Goodisman, and Ada McAllister!

Produced by Eclectic Theater.

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Online: $20 General Admission. $25 at the Door.

TPS: $20 at the Door. (Must show member card)

Military/Veteran/Union: $15 (Must show member card)

Students/Seniors: $12 (Must show school I.D.)

SAG-AFTRA and @AEA Members are FREE!

Tickets are available here: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/596616

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About eclectictheater

Eclectic Theater is a professional theatre company in Seattle, WA., dedicated to producing and presenting original, contemporary and classic works for the stage and screen. Plays, Improv, Stand-Up and Sketch Comedy and more! Eclectic Theater is powered by Shunpike. Shunpike is the 501(c)(3) non-profit agency that fuel innovation in the arts by building productive partnerships, cultivating leadership and providing direct services to arts groups of all kinds. Learn more at www.shunpike.org.
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