January 11, 1998 in Features

Art School’s Winter Session Packed With Things To Do

By The Spokesman-Review
 

The Spokane Art School begins its winter session Jan. 19, with more than 65 classes and 15 workshops, including painting, drawing, ceramics, cartooning, jewelry making and glass blowing.

Classes are available for all ages and all skill levels.

For a complete schedule, or to register, call the school at 328-0900.

Auditions

Spokane Civic Theatre will hold auditions for “All In the Timing” at 7 p.m., Monday and Tuesday at Cavanaugh’s Inn at the Park.

The play is a collection of one actcomedies: “Words, Words, Words,” “The Universal Language,” “Philip Glass Buys a Loaf of Bread” and “Variations of the Death of Trotsky.”

Director Marilyn Langbehn needs three men and three women between 30 and 60 years old. Auditioners are asked to read the script, available at the theater office, 1020 N. Howard.

“All In the Timing” is scheduled for March 6-31. Call the theatre at 325-1413 for more information.

The Lake City Playhouse will hold auditions for “The Foreigner” at 7 p.m. Monday and Tuesday at the Harding Family Center, 411 N. 15th Street in Coeur d’Alene. Performances will be staged March 13-28.

For more information, call the playhouse at (208) 667-1323.

Sculpture exhibited

A sculpture by Ildiko Kalapacs has been selected for exhibition at The Northwest Stone Sculptors Association’s multimedia exhibit at the Washington State Trade and Convention Center in Seattle.

The exhibit runs through March 13.

Scripts wanted

Montana State University is soliciting unproduced and unpublished scripts for the first Northwest Regional New Play Conference on its Bozeman campus, March 27 and 28.

Scripts must be submitted by Jan. 15. Winning plays will be read by professional actors, followed by discussions involving producers, directors and actors.

All plays read during the conference will be given serious consideration for full production by one of several theaters. Up to five playwrights will be invited to the MSU-Bozeman campus to participate in the conference.

Playwrights must submit a typed and firmly bound copy of a previously unproduced and unpublished script with a cast list, brief synopsis, resume and a self-addressed stamped envelope.

Send scripts to Jim Thomas, artist in residence, MSU-Bozeman Department of English, College of Letters and Science, 2-176 Wilson Hall, Bozeman, MT 59717-2300.

For more information, call (406) 994-6854.

Christian talent contest

Worthy Music Ministries of Redmond, Wash., is searching for contestants for the Washington State Christian Talent Contest semifinals Jan. 30 and 31, and Feb. 6 and 7 in Tacoma.

Contest finals will be Feb. 8 at the Seattle Center House in Seattle.

The first 30 entries in each category will compete in the semi-finals with the top three in each category vying in the finals.

Categories include men and women vocalists, drama, dance, comedy, instrumentalists, bands, choirs, ensembles, duets and songwriting. There are also special categories for young people 6 to 18 years old.

To enter, or for more information, call Worthy Music Ministries at (425) 881-6251.

, DataTimes


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