Classy Class in Shove Chapel
Today was a revealing day. We’re currently in the process of a major work of collaboration within our groups, and we performed 5-7 minutes of excerpts from what will soon be performed as 25-30 minute plays for our final productions. The public will be invited, so come one, come all! Here is the facebook event for those of you who are on top of your social networking game:
For those of you less facebook inclined, there will be three showcases on three nights – Sunday, March 10th at 8:30pm, Monday, March 11th at 1:30pm, and Tuesday, March 12th at 1:30pm in Armstrong Theater on Colorado College’s campus. Free to anyone and everyone who wants to come see some culminating creative projects.
To give you a lil bit of a flavor for the sweet tastes you’ll be experiencing if you’re able to make it out to any (or all) of the three performances, here is a sneak peek of Shane Lory ’16 grooving on the geetar and Tim Jenkins ’16 saying it how it is in Shove Chapel today. ‘Twas an interesting setting to fill such a massive space with our energy and voices when onstage… and the bells that sang out from the bell tower every 15 minutes added a twist to each performance whenever they chimed in. We’ve realized that Shove Chapel isn’t the ideal space to perform our pieces in, so instead we’re shooting for the moon with the hopes of filling the seats in Armstrong Theater. There are 730 seats that need to be warmed by your bodies, so bring your family, bring your friends, bring your neighbors, bring your enemies, and on and on.
Without further adieu, here is the snippet clip… like lickety split, sit a bit and view it…
Tagged as: Colorado College, Idris Goodwin, Shove Chapel, Writing for performance