AFAA: Where Art Meets Life
Fundamentals to Songwriting with Sara!
When: October 3 – November 7
Time: Mondays, 5:00pm to 6:00pm
Cost: $90 – Registered AFAA students
$120 – Non-registered students
For musicians wanting to develop their musical skills and explore the possibilities of songwriting (6th grade and up).From technical scales to writing your own music this class is designed to explore the connection between technique, skill, talent, and the musical inspiration of songwriting. Musicians will have the opportunity to discover the music theory behind their favorite songs, the importance and reasoning behind scales and chord progressions, and how to practically put it to use on their choice of instrument!
Register by September 30, 2016 via email, phone, or during AFAA’s office hours.
907-694-8909 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Mon-Thur 2:00pm – 6:00pm
AUDITIONS: VOODOO MACBETH
By Tonya Hays
Based on William Shakespeare’s Macbeth
Directed by Glenys Mee
Friday September 9th, 6-8pm
Saturday September 10th, 10a-12p
*NOTE* Please have a short monologue ready, as cold reads from Shakespeare can be a little difficult!
Because of the “scary” nature of this production, we do not recommend this show is for the easily spooked actor!
Oct 13th (pay what you can night) at 7pm
Oct 14th 7pm & 9pm (the later show will be scarier)
Oct `5th 7pm & 9pm (the later show will be scarier)
Cast: 3 to 5m., 3 to 9w., 6 to 8 either gender.
Shakespeare’s classic tragedy comes to life in a unique way. The setting is Bayou St. John in New Orleans where Marie Laveau invites everyone to come and watch this tragic tale. “I welcome you to Bayou St. John on St. John’s Eve. On this hallowed night, I have something special for you. Members of our group have been preparing a presentation, a celebration of a dark tale of a tragic king. My children, ZiZi, Saloppe and Josephine, will lead you through with the power of the gris-gris and voodoo to weave this story of greed, passion and despair. … As I have told you many times voodoo for me is never evil. It will be used for good, so enjoy this tale and learn its lesson well my children.” The witches ZiZi, Saloppe and Josephine manipulate the characters and the story.
the Alaska Fine Arts Academy – Capital Campaign.