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Theatre B productions have been remarkable in the sustained high quality of their work: the choice of plays, the abilities of the actors, the stage craft. The group makes a wonderful contribution to the Fargo-Moorhead area, and I look forward to its future.

- Davis

Wit

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We’re not done collaborating yet! We are joining with Sanford Health’s Embrace Cancer Survivorship Program and The UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences to present Wit in Grand Forks. The play will have two special performances at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. in Grand Forks on Thursday, Oct. 30 at The Reed Keller Auditorium in the UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences, 501 N. Columbia Road.

The 3 p.m. performance is mandatory for first-year, UND medical students and will be open to other health science students, residents and faculty on a first-come, first-serve basis. Following the performance, a panel discussion comprised of physicians and stage 4 female cancer patients will be held.

“Understanding what your patients are going through and being able to empathize with those emotions is so vital to providing the best care,” said Medical Director of Embrace Shelby Terstriep, M.D. “This play should help providers better understand the emotions and prepare them for engagement with their patients in the future.”

At 7 p.m., there will be a free performance for the public and the university community at large, also at the Reed Keller Auditorium.

The UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences Interprofessional Education program presents these performances as part of a medical humanities series. These performances are supported in part through a Community Innovation Grant from the Bush Foundation and special funding from the Dakota Medical Foundation.

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UNIFIED AUDITIONS WITH FMCT AND TIN ROOF!

Unified Theatre Auditions 

Sunday November 2nd
Auditions
7:00pm-9:00pm at The Stage at Island Park

Monday November 3rd
Auditions
7:00-9:00 at The Stage at Island Park

(Callbacks will be posted by noon Tuesday)

Company Callback times 
Tuesday November 4 - Callbacks
6:00pm – 10:00pm

What are Unified Auditions?

The Fargo-Moorhead Community Theatre, Theatre B and Tin Roof Theatre have joined forces to hold auditions together for their shows in the second half of the 2014-2015 Season. Auditioners will come to one night of auditions and directors from the shows listed below will see their auditions all at once. Actors will be able to audition once for multiple shows. Once initial auditions are completed the companies will hold staggered callbacks. After all companies have finished the callback process, casting will commence.

Shows Auditioning
FMCT – Boeing Boeing – Directed by Shanara Lassig
Theatre B – 33 Variations – Directed by Brad Delzer
Tin Roof Theatre – The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail– Directed by Karla Underdahl
FMCT – The Diviners – Directed by Lori Koenig
Theatre B – Vanya and Sonja and Masha and Spike – Directed by Darcy Bakkegard

More information at thestageatislandpark.org

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Cast Lists for Wit and Storefront Church

 

We are grateful for the extraordinary turnout for the Unified Auditions. Thank you to everyone for their time and talent.

Wit:

Vivian Bearing, Ph.D. - Carrie Wintersteen*
Harvey Kelekian, M.D. - Charles Newman
Jason Posner, M.D. - Matthew Collie
Susie Monahan, R.N. - Meg Bartholomay
E.M. Ashford, D.Phil - Mary Cochran 

Ensemble - Mike Sunram, Caitlin O’Connell and Stacey Schulte 

Storefront Church:

Ethan Goldklang - Scott Horvik*
Donaldo Calderon - Rick Mangahas
Reed Van Druyten - Scott Awalt
Chester Kimmich - I.B. Awosika
Tom Raidenberg - John Noone
Jessie Cortez - Emy Miller

*denotes Theatre B Ensemble Member

Head over to our AreaVoices blog for more information about our 12th Season

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"It's kind of like a mirror of what we have in our own lives but might be afraid to talk about. And then you see it there, on stage, in front of you. It really can change your life."

There have been a lot of entertaining, provocative, and powerful productions that Theatre B has produced or been a part of. We invited a few fans to talk about one that impacted them. You can view the video below or on YouTube.



 

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Theatre B AreaVoices blog

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