This week’s blog is from Matt: “Yesterday’s rehearsal went well and we are all very excited that next Thursday will be a Dress & Tech run at the MAC then its opening night on the Friday! Everybody has worked really well and donated more than just their time and energy into this: I can’t wait to see what the end result will be.
Let’s barrel on and smash it”
Tickets can be purchased via this link: https://macbirmingham.co.uk/event/an-ideal-husband
The weekly blog, all done by kindness – that and being rota’d for the duty 🙂 This week the duty fell to Séamus , who had this to report, in the field:
Another great gathering of Acting Out at The Craven Arms this week. The
excitement, as we get closer to our production of An Ideal Husband, was
palpable. Our evening started off with our warm up lead by Tom then onto points
about the production.
Throughout the evening, the energy was high and the laughs contagious. There seemed a great mix of rehearsing and social, just the way we like it at Acting Out.”
This week’s blog comes from Hayley: “Last Thursday we welcomed Ellie to the group and continued our rehearsals for An Ideal Husband, with only 4 weeks to go it is coming around fast. However there is a real buzz of excitement and anticipation for the treat of a production that is in store for us. Elsewhere the group are working on finalising our short film which we hope to put on for the Shout Festival.
Acting Out truly is a vibrant and special place to be.”
This weeks blog comes from Simon:
“The evening started under suspicious circumstances. Amongst the group we had one thief and one detective. It’s fair to say some thieves were better than others.
After this we split into our two groups. The Ideal Husband set remained upstairs working on characterisation. Trying to find out who they are. I gather this was of great benefit.
Downstairs at The Craven those, like me, who are not Ideal discussed various topics regarding the group as well as having a good reminisce. Only crisis was that they had run out of pork scratchings.
Our treasurer announced that the amount of tickets bought for the play is steadily increasing . Remember to keep on telling your friends, family, neighbours and pets to buy tickets.”
Link to do just that is here: https://macbirmingham.co.uk/event/an-ideal-husband
This weeks blog is courtesy of George: “Our esteemed director was away for tonight’s rehearsal, so Haina took over the session. We managed a successful run-through of acts one-three of ‘An Ideal Husband’, despite missing one of our leads and had the good news that we’ve sold some more tickets for the show! There was a new face, high spirits and a strong sense of camaraderie on what could have been a slow Thursday evening.”
This event is being led by our very own songbird George at the LGBT Centre on Saturday 14th September, from 12.00 – 16.00. It’s in aid of not one, but two excellent causes – promotion of mental health and raising funds for putting on our next production (Oscar Wilde’s “An Ideal Husband, 1-2 November at the Midland Art’s Centre, for anyone at the back…) It’s all inclusive, and you don’t need to be able to sing to take part, all welcome, with a bring your own lunch. Five coins only for an afternoon of musical fun.
Our next production is Oscar Wilde’s “An Ideal Husband”, which will be being performed in the Hexagon Theatre at The Midlands Arts Centre on 1st and 2nd November (01.11.19: 19.00. 02.11.19: 14.00 & 19.00)
Sir Robert Chiltern is a successful Government minister, well-off and with a loving wife. All this is threatened when Mrs Cheveley appears in London with damning evidence of a past misdeed. Sir Robert turns for help to his friend Lord Goring, an apparently idle philanderer and the despair of his father. Goring knows the lady of old, and, for him, takes the whole thing pretty seriously.
Tickets are £7.00 (standard) and £4.00 (concessionary). Please purchase tickets via the following link: https://macbirmingham.co.uk/event/an-ideal-husband
Tonight was the first night of rehearsals for our (as yet untitled) Halloween show. We got off to a slow start with some directors and casts doing inital work while our producers Bialystock and Bloom (sorry Jim and Simon) were sequestered in the bar sorting out schedules plans and the running order. Next week we expect to be joined by many more Acting Outers as we get into full swing and head towards Halloween and show time!”
Wow what another fun packed night at AO.