Admiral Kittypants: Full, Frontal Artistry seeks performers for Sept. 22, 2013

Admiral Dudley T. Kittypants

For Immediate Release – August 12, 2013
For more information, please contact: Kitty Drexel, Queen Geek at blognetheatregeek@gmail.com

Admiral Kittypants: Full, Frontal Artistry seeks performers for its 2nd event

Event date:
September 22, 2013, 3pm to 5pm
The Democracy Center, Cambridge, MA
Suggested $5 donation to benefit The Democracy Center

 

Cambridge, MANew England Theatre Geek announces the 2nd event for Admiral Kittypants: Full, Frontal Artistry on Sept. 22, 2013, 3-5pm. Performers are encouraged to submit their monologues, sets, songs, solos, etc. to blognetheatregeek@gmail.com for consideration. Artists interested in dusting off their monologue or song before audition season hits full swing are particularly encouraged to submit.

Kittypants is a creative community experiment that promises performers of all stripes and polka dots the opportunity to play with their art in a relaxed, safe space before performing it on the stage. Dramaturges, Directors, Music Directors, Composers, Choreographers, Stage Managers and the ilk interested in more information or in hosting an event should do the same.

Kittypants events are held monthly and announced on www.newenglandtheatregeek.com and on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/AdmiralKittypantsFFA

Admiral Kittypants: Full, Frontal Artistry is a creative community experiment that gives performers the opportunity to play with their art in a safe space before performing it on the stage. If it’s in moderate taste and you want feedback, we can provide a constructive audience.

New England Theatre Geek is a pro-theatre, intellectually-bent theatre blog that features reviews and articles to excite and educate theatre audiences. We respect theatre professionals and amateurs and review with the intent of getting people interested in going to the theatre. We do write objectively and point out large flaws in productions for the benefit of the audience and the theatres. In this economy, audience members are looking for quality and value, and we want them to feel comfortable with expensive ticket purchases. In addition, we do not want one production to prevent a theatre from developing repeat business.

AKFFA PR_Sept 2013

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