Please contact Ray, Ray.Pritchard@uwc.edu with any questions about upcoming performances.
“Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom”
April 6-9 at 7:30 pm
Show is rated M for stong language and adult situations
In a suburban subdivision with identical houses, parents find their teenagers addicted to an online horror video game. The game setting? A subdivision with identical houses. The goal? Smash through an army of zombies to escape the neighborhood for good. But as the line blurs between virtual and reality, both parents and players realize that fear has a life of its own.
General admission: $ 10.00
Seniors/Non UW-Manitowoc students: $ 7.00
UW-Manitowoc students: FREE w/ ID
Advance tickets are available in the Administrative Services Office, 920-683-4700, cash or check only please.
Auditions February 8 & 9
Auditions, February 8th and 9th at the University Theatre, 4-6pm
Please prepare a 1 minute dramatic monologue
Cold Readings will be provided
Questions contact director Ray Pritchard at email@example.com
University Theatre News
Student wins award at Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, Midwest Region 3, Milwaukee
In January, two students from the University of Wisconsin-Manitowoc theater program traveled to the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Region 3 being held in Milwaukee. Region 3 consists of schools from Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, and Indiana. While at the KCACTF these students got the opportunity to meet, work with, take classes from and audition for theatre professionals from around the country.
While at KCACTF Kevin Seivert and his partner Alyssa Klug competed in the Irene Ryan Scholarship competition. Although they did not move past the first round, both students were extremely proud of their work and continued to take various classes and workshops in acting, lighting design, prop design, stage makeup, and dramaturgy.
Also while at KCACTF Kevin auditioned and was cast in a 10-minute play reading and a full length play reading. The full length play he was a part of took the award for the National Playwriting Program Regional Playwriting Competition for New Works.
Kevin also auditioned for the Open Jar Actor Training Institute Scholarship Competition and won! Kevin immediately won a $600 scholarship to travel to New York City this summer to take courses and be seen by Broadway Professionals and Casting Directors! He is also entered into the "Pyramid Prize" and if selected will receive a full ride scholarship to this event!
Kevin represented UW-Manitowoc at festival for his role as Beethoven in the fall production of Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead. This win is a HUGE honor for both Kevin and the theatre program at UW-Manitowoc!