Thursday, January 13, 2005
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Experimental Theatre & Indoor Forest Theater | Pacfic Rep Theatre | Unicorn
| theater openings |
Bus Stop Fri 8pm; continues Sat 8pm; Sun 2pm. Young and headstrong rodeo cowboy Bo Decker falls for a café showgirl, Cherie, and vows to wed her. Will he capture his amorous prize, or has the young buck finally met his match—in a defiant filly and the diverse cast of characters who come to her aid? $18; $15/students and seniors, Cherry Center for the Arts, 4th at Guadalupe, Carmel. 649-0259 or www.unicorntheatreinc.org. Ends 2/7.
Jack London Fri 8pm; continues Sat 8pm, Sun 2:30pm. Jack London fought his way up out of the factories and waterfront dives of west Oakland to become the highest paid, most popular novelist and short story writer of his day. Taelen Thomas kicks off the Staff Players Repertory Company’s new American Authors Series of one-man shows with his engaging and spot-on recreation of the legendary author, adventurer and carouser. $16; $12/students, seniors and military; $6/children 12 and under. Indoor Forest Theatre, Santa Rita & Mountain View, Carmel. 624-1531 or www.cetstaffplayers.org. Ends 1/16.
| auditions | workshops |
Ariel Theatrical’s 2005 Spring Conservatory. Ongoing auditions by appointment for three programs: Beginning, ages 5 to 8; Intermediate, ages 6 and up; Accelerated, ages 7 and up. Productions are Tikki Tikki Tembo, Wonderland and The Hobbit. Call Gail Higginbotham at 775-0976.
Pac Rep Auditions Auditions for productions of M. Butterfly, The Beard of Avon and Othello. 1/16 and 1/17. Bring 2-minute modern monologue. Must schedule an appointment. Golden Bough Playhouse, Monte Verde and 8th, Carmel, 622-0100 or 622-0700.