At what point are you 'old'?
Getting Old Sucks, a new danztheatre work devised and directed by CDE Ensemble Members, Scott Dare and Michele Stine, explores the aging process through the individual experience. A six-year-old counts the days until their seventh birthday, a 67-year-old feels the relief of putting down the pen they’ve been using for 40 years, and the celebration of a 40th wedding anniversary lights up the life of a family. So why do we treat those of different ages so distinctly? Uncover why the young dream of growing up and elderly long for their younger days. Watch an ensemble whose combined age of over 300 years proves you are never too old to dance.
Monday September 24th, 2018. 6pm-10pm; hour long slots. Ebenezer Lutheran Church 1650 W. Foster Ave.
Equity or Non-Equity: Non-Equity
Type/Restriction: Movers/Dancers/Storytellers ages 8-80. We are looking for individuals who enjoy working in a devising room, collaborating with others, and bringing new and challenging ideas to the rehearsal room. Actors of all backgrounds, disciplines, and ages should submit.
Time Commitment:Rehearsals start January 9th and are Wednesdays and Thursdays 6pm-10pm and Saturdays 12pm-4pm. Tech is February 17th-21st. Opening February 22nd and Closing is March 10th. Performances are Friday and Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 3.
Materials to Prepare:Nothing; be prepared to move.
To submit, please fill out the Google Form and someone will get back to you confirming your time slot. Google Form: https://goo.gl/forms/mHlU2Vwiptcg0XeQ2
Company: Chicago Danztheatre Ensemble
Contact Info:Michele Stine and Scott Dare