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We’re pleased to announce the teams for the Fall 2013 round of The Circuit. In addition to the three teams below, a Musical Circuit team will be announced the first week of October. The teams are:
Coach: Jesse Acini
Coach: Amie Roe
Coach: Mike Dwyer
The first show will be Friday, October 4th at 10PM, and shows will be every Friday, through November 22nd. All shows are at the Magnet Studio Theater (259 W 30th St., 2nd Floor). The support of the entire Magnet community is what makes The Circuit possible, so please come out and support these new teams!
Due to the Memorial Day Holiday, there will be limited classes on Saturday, May 25th and NO classes on Sunday, May 26th and Monday, May 27th, the Training Center will be closed. There will also be NO SHOWS on Sunday, May 26th. Please check with your teacher or the school director (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions.
Due to Hurricane Sandy, The Magnet Training Center will be CLOSED on Monday October 29th, 2012. All scheduled classes for Monday, October 29th are CANCELLED. There will also be no shows at the theater tonight. Please stay safe and obey storm warnings! We’ll see you after all this crazy Sandy business settles.
We are now accepting applications for The Circuit! How does The Circuit work? Glad you asked, every Friday night at 10pm, three Circuit teams perform the Harold at the Magnet Studio Theater. Teams exist for three months – enough time to perform a good amount of shows before the next round of Circuit teams replace the current ones. Circuit Teams are made up of Magnet Theater students who’ve completed up to Level 3, graduates of our Training program and veteran performers. We believe that in order to get better at improv, you need to do it.
The Deadline to apply is October 31st. Teams will be announced November 5th, 2012. The next round of Circuit shows will begin November 9th, 2012. Teams will alternate weeks through the end of January 2013. If you have any questions, please email Circuit@MagnetTheater.com.
For the application, go no further than right here: Circuit Team Application
What’s better news than the news of FIVE new circuit teams being created? Well, how about the fact that they debut tomorrow night, 10pm, at the Magnet Theater Training Center. What! Oh yes. Also, the show is free. Try not to faint, and give it up for these amazing new student harold teams:
|TEAM ZODIAC||TEAM CHAOS||TEAM GRAVITY||TEAM PARALLAX||TEAM QUASAR|
|Coach: K. Buttermore||Coach: JS Quinn||Coach: R. Werbel||Coach: D. Romaniello||Coach: J. Miles|
|Nate Brown||Roger Ainslie||Matt Antonucci||Melissa Caminneci||Seth Hirschman|
|Christina Dabney||Nick Bacan||Jon Heffley||Eric Feldman||Brendan Jordan|
|Chano Garcia||Kate Chamuris||Jaclynn Larington||Lauren Glover||Steve Ling|
|Rafay Khalid||Peter Collins||Michael McFadden||Alessandro King||Pat May|
|Ben Kharakh||Rachael Mason||Emily Newhouse||Carla Nager||Leo Mendoza|
|Frank Magnotti||Brigid Moynahan||Paul Ton||Michael McLarnon||Rosie Pelka|
|Mallory Schlossberg||Dennis Pacheco||Leah Young||Nat Trammell||Alex Schaefer|
|Christopher Simpson||Deepak SJ||Imrana Zaman||Andrew Vuilleumier||Jolene Turner|
Contact Stephen Hawking and ask him how this was even possible. Or, just check out The Circuit, every Friday at 10pm at the Training Center, hosted by Mark Grenier, absolutely free.
The Magnet Training Center is a pretty special space. We moved in while it was still the home of Mike Nichols acting school, The New Actors Workshop, which he founded with Paul Sills (the son of Viola Spolin) and George Morrison.
And we got to spend about six months occupying the same space.
The improv roots run deep in these rooms. For over 20 years, New Actors taught acting, improvisation, voice and movement as an integrated system. Original games from Improvisation for the Theater were interwoven with acting systems developed by Stella Adler, Lee Strasberg, Sanford Meisner, and others. Nichols, Morrison and Sills saw improvisation as a necessary component in actor training and essential to the development of their craft. more