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Seeking Volunteers for Four Rehearsals and a Performance!

AMAZING PERFORMANCE OPPORTUNITY!

 

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED ASAP!

ALL ABILITIES!

Do you love to improvise? Have you always wanted to learn?

Come and make some beautiful music even if you don’t play an instrument! No experience or audition necessary!

You are in the performance no matter what if you come and commit!

 

KU-AUMI InterArts

seeks

volunteer performers for an interactive, multimedia, mixed-ability experience incorporating

sound, movement, visual & electronic media.

We will be using a new technology called the Adaptive Use Musical Instrument (AUMI). The goal is creative performance that brings

disability and non-disability communities together.

We seek also need volunteers for sound and video tech, so if you love performing, improvisation, directing and/or editing, this is what you do:

Meet us at REHEARSALS

(That’s it – just show up for four rehearsals and then we perform)

WHEN: Wednesday afternoons, 5:30-7:00 PM September 18 / October 2, 9, and 23rd

PERFORMANCE

Wednesday, Oct. 30th 2013, 6:00-7:00 PM

 

WHERE: ALL Rehearsals and Performance take place in

The COMMONS - Spooner Hall - 1340 Jayhawk Blvd.

University of Kansas Lawrence Campus

(Free parking to the left of Spooner Hall, after 5:00 PM)

 

SAVE THE DATE: GROUP PERFORMANCE AT THE COMMONS Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013, 6:00-7:00 PM

 

QUESTIONS? : PLEASE CONTACT Sherrie Tucker at improv@ku.edu.


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Performance this Friday!

Please join us Friday, August 11th at  5:30 for a 30-45 minute performance, followed by audience feedback and discussion.  The performance features Jesse Stewart and the Wooden Snap Dragons Ensemble.