Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Night Before Christmas Carol: Hill College, TX

http://hillsbororeporter.com/christmas-show-planned-at-hill-college-p20946-54.htm

Christmas Show Planned At Hill College

Thu, Nov 24, 2016
The second Performing Arts Series event at Hill College com-bines two well-known Christmas traditions into one magical evening of entertainment.

Thursday, December 1, at 7:30 p.m., David zum Brunnen will bring the story of Dickens’ creation of his famous morality tale, “A Christmas Carol,” to life on the Hill College stage.

The production is suitable for all ages and will be presented to students from local school districts on both Thursday and Friday, December 2.

Professor Elliot Engel, who has taught at Duke University, North Carolina State and the University of North Carolina, specializes in the life and work of Charles Dickens and wrote “The Night Before Christmas Carol” to bring to the stage the events that led to Dickens’ writing of the well-known tale, specifically on the night he dreamed up the story.

Those who attend will be treated to the historically accurate and highly humorous staging of these events, a solo performance by a veteran of stage, television and screen, David zum Brunnen.

Also hailing from North Carolina, Mr. zum Brunnen is an activist and advocate for theater, having served as executive director of the North Carolina Theatre Conference and Board Chair for Arts North Carolina.

His performances of “The Night Before Christmas Carol” on national and international stages have earned excellent reviews from critics.

Perhaps more significantly, the great-grandson of Charles Dickens claims, “David absolutely becomes my great-grandfather on stage.”

The production is directed by his wife and business partner, Serena Ebhardt.

As always, this performance is provided to the community free of charge thanks to the generosity of college and community donors and will take place in the Vara Martin Daniel Performing Arts Center, just behind the Texas Heritage Museum on the Hillsboro campus.

No tickets are required, and seating is first-come, first-served. A reception will follow the performance hosted by the Hillsboro Monday Review Club.

Donors are invited to support the Hill College Performing Arts Series by becoming a Benefactor ($100), a Sustainer ($50), a Patron ($25) or a Supporter ($10).

Also, for a donation of $1,000 or more, a donor can become a Lifetime Benefactor.

Names of lifetime benefactors, benefactors, sustainers, patrons and supporters appear in each program.

Donations may be sent to: Hill College Music Dept., Attention: Phillip Lowe, 112 Lamar Drive, Hillsboro, TX 76645.

For more information on the performers and performances and to view promotional videos of each group, visit the Hill College homepage at hillcollege.edu and click on “Performing Arts Series” found in the drop-down menu under “Quick Links” in the center of the page

Sunday, November 27, 2016

Night Before Christmas Carol: Mid-Continent Public Library, MO

Night Before Christmas Carol at MCPL, MO

http://www.mymcpl.org/events/winter-holidays

http://www.omagdigital.com/publication/?m=33190&l=1#{%22issue_id%22:346427,%22page%22:16}

Join Charles Dickens in his study for a very special night. On this evening in 1843, he creates his holiday classic, "A Christmas Carol." Renowned Dickens scholar, author, playwright, and lecturer, Elliot Engel has crafted a work that allows David zum Brunnen to portray the 17 "Christmas Carol" characters and Charles Dickens himself. Recommended highly by the Dickens family, MCPL is privileged to offer this performance to continue its Dickens tradition!
Ages 8 and up

Blue Springs North Branch
Monday, November 28
1:30 p.m.
Woodneath Library Center
Monday, November 28
7:00 p.m.
Register

Saturday, November 12, 2016

Compliment: War Bonds, New Bern NC

Compliment: War Bonds, New Bern NC

It was the highlight of my year's social life -- you should be on Broadway-- you all were so kind and caring and have so much talent.  May God always bless you.

-Gail Seiple, New Bern, NC 

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As always, we enjoy having you at the New Bern-Craven County Public Library.  I hope we will be able to have you back again soon.  Again, safe travels with all your upcoming shows.

Cassandra Hunsucker
New Bern-Craven County Public Library

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Chatham County Artists In Schools Initiative Expands

https://www.chathamartscouncil.org/successful-artists-schools-initiative-expands-year-2/

Friday, October 7, 2016

Performing Arts Features Night Before Christmas Carol

Click Here to see Hill College's Performing Arts Series Featuring Night Before Christmas Carol


Most of us know the story of “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens which has seen many incarnations on stage and in film. We may not, however, be as familiar with how the story came about.

Thursday, December 1, stage and screen actor David zum Brunnen will bring the tale of its creation to life through the many characters of “The Night Before Christmas Carol,” created by renowned Dickens scholar Elliot Engel.


Those who would like to support the Hill College Performing Arts Series are invited to become a benefactor for $100, a sustainer for $50, a patron for $25 or a supporter for $10. Also, for a donation of $1,000 or more, a donor can become a lifetime benefactor.

Names of lifetime benefactors, benefactors, sustainers, patrons and supporters appear in each program. Donations may be sent to: Hill College Music Dept., Attention: Phillip Lowe, 112 Lamar Dr., Hillsboro, TX 76645.

Whether or not you support the series with a monetary gift, organizers hope you will support the series with your presence and invite others to these wonderful evenings of entertainment at Hill College.

For more information on the performers and performances and to view promotional videos of each group, visit the Hill College website at hillcollege.edu and click on “Performing Arts Series” found in the drop-down menu under “Quick Links” in the center of the page.

Thursday, September 8, 2016

EbzB Leads Corporate Workshop for United Arts Council Board Members

On Wednesday, September 14, 2016, EbzB Productions leads a sample of their corporate workshop for the United Arts Council Board of Directors in Raleigh, NC. The workshop, entitled United Arts Superheroes, will empower board members to advocate for truth, justice and the United Arts Council!

Using the tools of dramatic art in the corporate world stimulates engagement and creativity for employees.  Problem solving and communication skills are enhanced by the art form. Comfort with public speaking, articulating ideas, and collaboration all benefit from an awareness of the tools used by an actor. Using dramatic art in the business setting is yet another way the arts are proving vital to our daily lives and bottom lines.

EbzB Productions has been asked to develop their popular Arts-In-Education workshops for use in the corporate sector by the United Arts Council of Raleigh. Human resource directors will be able to choose programs to enhance the lives of their employees and benefit the morale and productivity of their workers.  Topics addressed by the workshop may include: diversity training, family programming, public speaking, sales skills, sensitivity training, and workplace cultural history.  EbzB Productions is well-known for tailoring their workshops to the needs of the organization.  For more information, visit http://www.unitedarts.org/


Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Arts Midwest ~ Booth #334-B, September 13, 2016, Milwaukee, WI


Join EbzB at Arts Midwest on September 13, 2016 for our showcase of Night Before Christmas Carol with Night Cap Theatre:  Cocktails and Characters.  Visit Alkahest Artists Booth #334-B.