- Do you fancy yourself a jokester?
- Have you the capability to illuminate gloomy rooms with your superb sense of comic timing?
- Can you read?
Well, I and the hilariously friendly folk of Lunchbox, Wesleyan’s “only” sketch comedy group, are looking for a few additions to our one-of-a-kind clan of five. We’ll be having auditions tomorrow (and “only” tomorrow), so come on by!
No prep necessary! Just bring your hilarious self and make sure to mouthwash beforehand.
- WHEN?: TOMORROW (Thurs., Sept. 8th) @ 5 pm
- WHERE?: Nicolson Lounge; Middletown, CT
Lunchbox is: Solomon Billinkoff ’14, Caroline Fox ’12, Jack Hoskins ’12, Jilly Moreno ’12, and Daniel Obzejta ’12.
Should the federal government ban child beauty pageants?
Which slogan is better for the BDSM community: RACK or SSC?
Are dog shows good?
Would you like to learn how to present substantive responses to questions like these in less than eight minutes?
Would you like to travel to your friends’ schools throughout the northeast?
Would you like to help host Nationals?
The Woodrow Wilson Debate Society, Wesleyan’s premier debating organization, is holding its first meeting of the semester Thursday, September 8th at 4:30PM in Allbritton 304. Whether you were nationally ranked in high school or have never spoken in public before, we hope to see you there.
If you have any questions, feel free to email wesleyandebate(at)gmail(dot)com.
Date: Sept. 8
Time: 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Place: Allbritton 304
Love hearing music but hate paying someone to play? Love playing music but hate getting paid for it? Come to WestCo’s Open Mic in the Cafe and display your/ bask in each other’s talents FOR FREE!
ADDITIONALLY, if you get there and decide you DO want to contribute to a healthy economic collegiate flow, there will be BAKED GOODS FOR SALE. The proceeds will be going towards lighting supplies for the beloved Cafe raves.
Date: Sept. 7
Time: 9:30 AM – 12:00 AM
Place: WestCo Cafe (Beneath WestCo 3)
So you’ve been bombarded by people asking you to audition for their a cappella groups. I’m here to ask you to audition for Wesleyan’s only student run chamber choir. If you sang classical, renaissance, gospel or world music in high school (or any other types of choral music that I missed) then this is the group for you!
Auditions will be held in the Chapel Basement:
tomorrow, Thursday Sept. 8 – 4:30-6, and
Friday Sept. 9 – 4-5.
Bring a short solo and some smiles and leave the rest to us.
Laignee Barron says:
Even though the sky is gray
Try out for our play.
Like acting? Think you might want to try it out? Is one of your hidden talents a sexy British or Irish accent? Then come audition for “Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me”, written by Frank McGuinness, presented by Second Stage and directed by Lily Haje ’13.
Auditions will be held September 8th and 9th from 5:00 p.m. -7:00 p.m. in the Fayerweather Theater Room (downstairs from Beckham Hall).
A sign-up sheet is posted on the Theater Department call board with eight half hour slots (four per day) available. If you are not available during any of the scheduled audition slots, or not able to sign up for one at the Theater Department, please email Laignee Barron ’13 (vbarron@wez) to schedule an alternative time.
No monologue is required. The audition will consist of cold readings, both monologue and partner work. However, you are welcome to present a short, 1-minute monologue of your choosing.
For those of you not familiar with the play or playwright, some information can be found here
Thursday and Friday (the 8th and 9th)
5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Fayerweather Theater Room (downstairs from Beckham Hall)
Asiatic Pears: Facebook
Did you just get back from the Jeff the Brotherhood show and feel inspired to bring other rad bands to Wesleyan?* Did you not attend the Jeff the Brotherhood show but read that last sentence and realize you have a few bands you’d like to bring to campus? Do you LUST POWER!!!???
Go to the Concert Committee info session tonight (Wednesday) at 8pm to learn about how Wesleyan concert bookers work with committee members to keep our school’s vibrant music scene alive. Applications for those interested in joining the committee will also be available.
Check out Aural Wes for their in-depth article on planning concerts and more information on the info session.
- Date: Wednesday, September 7th
- Time: 8PM
- Place: PAC 001
- Book: Shows
*The above picture is from last year’s (Wes alums) Bear Hands show. It was crazy.