DECEMBER 7 - 15, 2012
An original work created by University of Arizona School of Theatre, Film, & Television Students with collaborative guidance from Theatre 3
December 7 - 15
Opening Night Performance Friday, December 07 at 10:30 PM
December 08, 13, 14, & 15 at 10:30 PM
Sunday, December 09 at 7:30 PM
Tickets $10 at the door
To make your reservation call (520) 327-4242
ABOUT THE SHOW
The ouroboros, a universal symbol representing the circular nature of life, is the foundation of this devised work. Through the use of breath, rhythm, color, movement, and creative collaboration, OUROBOROS explores five stages of life and takes the audience on an imaginative journey.
Created by and featuring Rainey Hinrichs, Keyanna Khatiblou, Ryan Kinseth, Heather Meza, & Paige Tamarkin with assistance from Ken Phillips & Bridget Rossmeissl and directed by Matt Walley.
In its 2012-13 season, ETCETERA is dedicated to presenting and producing all original work by local artists. The first show of the season, MIXTAPE by Theatre 3, was met with critical acclaim. Next, ETCETERA is pleased to announce that it will feature a student work. On October 01, Matt Walley (Co-Artistic Director Theatre 3) and seven UA students--five actor-creators and two stage managers-- began to create an original production for the School of Theatre, Film & Television Studio Series. Starting from the image of the OUROBOROS, the ensemble devised this work and performed it for packed houses. If you couldn’t get a ticket the first time around, or if you’re interested to see how feedback from an audience can shape and change a devised work, please come and support this exciting partnership between ETCETERA and the UA Studio Series.
The School of Theatre, Film & Television Studio Series is dedicated to supporting original and contemporary pieces of performance through a ‘bare essentials’ production format that draws primary focus to the artistic and intellectual labor of theatre students. Its community-centered, people generated approach to performance provides creative learning opportunities for student artists, thought-provoking experiences for audiences, and occasions for productive dialogue about topics relevant to student populations and the broader Tucson community.