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Friday
Feb232018

Audition Notice: Sprung!

Are We Delicious Classic: Sprung!
two performances: April 27 and 28, 2018 at Broom Street Theater

Auditions:

  • Saturday, March 3rd from 3 pm to 6 pm
  • Sunday, March 4th from 3 pm to 6 pm

at Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center, 953 Jenifer St., Madison.

Are We Delicious Classic: Sprung! is about Spring, possibilities and freedom. Or whatever you are inspired to write, because you'll be writing the show. Directed by Trevin Gay

Delicious is for people who write and act

Sign up for a slot or just show up http://arewedelicious.com/auditions

Are We Delicious? is an ensemble of writer/actors who write, revise, rehearse and premiere a show of original short plays in a single week. Everyone writes, everyone acts and no one can rest until the final curtain.

Rehearsal/meeting time commitment: April 20th to April 28th, meeting every day for 3 hours

Audition info:

  • You will write and you will act in the audition
  • You will receive a writing assignment that will be due in the first hour
  • Bring your smart phone or wifi-enabled laptop so you can email your writing submission
  • Auditions are open to everyone of all experience levels

First hour is the writing audition, the second and third hours are scheduled, individual, 5-minute acting auditions. People may leave after their scheduled acting audition.

Wednesday
Jan242018

Puss in Boots Prize Party tops $1,800

We have a Prize Party at every Are We Delicious? show.

We've gathered a pile of prizes from local Madison businesses for our Prize Parties. Over $1,800 in all. That means we're giving away over $250 at each of our 7 performances.

All audience members are entered in the drawings, absolutely no charge and no obligation.

These great Madison businesses who have donated prizes for Puss in boots:

Sunday
Jan212018

Feature article on the front page of the Wisconsin State Journal Weekend section

"In Tony Trout’s experience, people who are good actors also turn out to be pretty good writers. And that notion has held true in the nearly six years since Trout created “Are We Delicious?,” a Madison theater company where the actors are also the writers and they get only one week to write, rehearse and memorize their lines." -- Samara Kalk Derby, Wisconsin State Journal

Read the entire story and see the fantastic photos by WSJ photographer John Hart:

http://host.madison.com/wsj/entertainment/arts-and-theatre/troupe-reworks-puss-in-boots-to-make-it-delicious/

 

Sunday
Jan212018

Rave review for Puss in Boots by Gwendolyn Rice of the Isthmus

"With singing, dancing, battles of wits, and other clever combat onstage, plenty of prize-drawings at intermission, and the energy of sincerely talented people coursing through the theater, the entire experience is enchanting. Even more than other live theater events, it is also an amazing accomplishment." -- Gwendolyn Rice, Madison theatre critic and playwright

Read the entire review

https://www.gwendolynrice.com/post-script/cool-cats-strut-their-stuff-in-latest-are-we-delicious-show

 

 

Tuesday
Jan022018

Puss in Boots Ensemble Member – Erica Berman

Erica Berman joins Delicious for the 1st time in Puss in Boots January 18-19-20 and 25-26-27 at 7:30 pm with special matinee performance Jan. 27 at 4 pm. Go to arewedelicious.com/tickets to purchase advance tickets ($20 general, $18 student/senior.

Erica Berman is thrilled to be Delicious! As a playwright, Erica's play No Wake was developed as part of the Wisconsin Wrights Wrights Festival and The Montgomery Davis Play Development Series at MCT and her monologue "The Power" was chosen for Forward Theater’s Out of the Fire - Banned Books Monologues. As the Director of Education & Community Engagement at Children's Theater of Madison, Erica supervises and produces the Young Playwrights program, which culminates in a festival of one acts by high school students. Erica received a BA in Theatre Arts from Mount Holyoke College and a MA in Theatre Education from Emerson College. Her theses at both institutions focused on playwriting and both pieces won awards.

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