Friday, September 9, 2011

AUDITION ALERT: Lady Windermere's Fan

Do You Speak Fan? *

Auditions for Lady Windermere's Fan, a satirical comic gem by Oscar Wilde directed by Lowry Marshall will be:

Friday, September 16th
In Stuart Theatre (Entrance off of the Main Green)
1pm - 6pm
7pm - 11pm

Callbacks will be Saturday, September 17th
In Stuart Theatre (Entrance still off of the Main Green)
1pm - 6pm

If you have a truly real and unavoidable conflict, please contact the Stage Manager Ria at


1. Please read the play. There is a copy available in the Becker (the library on the 3rd floor of Lyman Hall, the theatre building) or you can email the Stage Manager, Ria, for an electronic copy (

2. Show up! Sides (pieces from the play for you to audition with) will be provided at auditions. A time slot sign up sheet will be available in Stuart a half hour before the start of auditions.

Lowry is still looking for an Assistant Director. Please contact her at if you would like to speak with her about that opportunity.

*Now you do:
The fan placed near the heart: You have won my love.
Half-opened fan pressed to the lips: You may kiss me.
Hiding the eyes behind an open fan: I love you.
Opening and closing the fan several times: You are cruel.
Fanning slowly: I am married.
Fanning quickly: I am engaged.
Twirling the fan in the left hand: You are being watched.

Thursday, September 8, 2011

S&B is Back...Back Again!

We apologize. This image is Grossly Indecent.
Hey Everyone!

New faces, old faces, we here at S&B are so very very glad to virtually see you here at the S&B blog. (We would, incidentally, also be happy to see you at our Facebook page, HERE).

We've got some exciting things cooking at S&B this month:
  1. Auditions for our second slot show, Oscar Wilde's Lady Windermere's Fan directed by Lowry Marshall, are next Friday, September 16th. Stay tuned for more information.
  2. Speaking of our good friend Oscar, get ready to GET WILD(E) with us at our first slot show Gross Indecency directed by Kym Moore! It opens Thursday, September 29th and runs for two weekends. And, as always, First Years are FREE on Thursdays! (Also, ask about ushering).
  3. And finally, as always, we here at S&B will be reading plays each week, already working on picking next year's season. Please come join us to talk about plays any Tuesday at noon in Lyman 005. AND suggest plays that you want us to read by clicking the "Suggest A Play" tab on this blog or by entering the title and playwright into the box on our listserv email. We can't wait to hear from you!
Yours since 1908,