Back for their Fresno, Encore Performance, see and hear Debi, Bob & Karter perform the classic tunes of James and Carole. This is their 3rd performance of this show and it just gets better each time.
For tickets, visit: https://fmaa.ticketleap.com/taylorking/
See you there.
Circle Mirror Transformation by Annie Baker. We are very pleased to have Kate McKnight directing this story that traces the lives of a handful of small town Vermont residents who gather weekly for an acting class taught at the local community center. Circle Mirror is about real people exploring their lives through tiny leaps of faith and creativity. We are looking for a cast of 6: Marty age 55, James age 60, Schultz and 48, Theresa and 35 and Lauren age 16.
Auditions are this Monday, March 26 at 6:30 PM.
This is a great opportunity for your child tp be involved in the musical production of Lion King, designed specifically for kids. They will learn songs, light choreography and some dance. With 4 shows following the 9 weeks of workshop, these kids will rule the day. Show are March 9, 10 & 17, 17 2018. Call us at 559-222-7464 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Come and listen to Debi & Bob tear it up, singing to the music of Carole King and James Taylor .
Two shoes, 7:00 PM and 9:00 PM
Order tickets online: fmaa.ticketleap.com/kingandtaylor/
Getting The Show on the Rogue
The 16th Annual Rogue Performance Festival will be March 2-11, 2017 in Fresno.
Once again, it will be among the biggest arts events held in the state of California. Rogue Festival is one of several “Fringe Festivals” found all across the world, celebrating the independent artist rather than established arts institutions. Rogue audiences will see every kind of art and entertainment – theatre, music, dance, independent film, spoken word, performance art, puppetry, physical theatre, and magic acts. Many of the acts are originally written and developed by the artists performing them, which means audiences enjoy art of a kind they’ll never experience anywhere else.
Rogue Festival performances are held in rapid rotation – no show is longer than 1 hour, intermissions between shows are only a half-hour, and most Rogue shows cost $10 or less. Shows also start exactly on-time. Always.
The Rogue Festival is also a non-juried festival, meaning that organizers don’t decide in advance what is presented. Performance slots are assigned on a first-come-first served basis and there are no prizes given or judging of content. The audience decides for itself what it likes and doesn’t like, so the Rogue Festival encourages word-of-mouth and online reviews from attendees.
Audiences can purchase tickets to shows online in advance or purchase at the door on arrival. The Rogue’s format is designed to give maximum choice to audiences and performers. All Rogue Festival box office sales go directly to the performers.