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Audition Announcement!

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Talley’s Folly Seeking co-habiting heterosexual couple for Hilliard Arts Council production of Lanford Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize winning play, Talley’s Folly.  This way the two actors would not need to socially distance from each other.  Synopsis. The play takes place in 1944 in Lebanon, Missouri where Matt Friedman, an accountant from St. Louis, comes to plead his love to Sally Talley.  Sally’s family doesn’t approve of Matt and she refuses his proposal of marriage.  Throughout the course of the play Matt and Sally gradually find a way to come together. Character descriptions: Matt: 42 and dark, and rather large.  Warm and unhurried, he has a definite talent for mimicry.  In his voice there is still a trace of a German-Jewish accent of which he is probably unaware.   Sally: 31. Light, thin, quite attractive but in no way glamorous or glamorized.  Straightforward, rather tired.  When she gets angry, she has a pronounced Ozark accent, but when she concentrates on what she is saying, the accent becomes much less pronounced.   Auditions Sat. Oct. 16 and Sunday Oct. 17.  Contact Robin Brenneman at kenrob@columbus.rr.com to arrange an audition time.  Auditions will be held at the Hilliard Civic and Cultural Arts Center....

EXTENDED! Summer Concert Series

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Community Mural “Coloring the Path to Our Future.”

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VIRTUAL UNVEILING LIVE EVENT! Stay tuned! The Hilliard Civic and Cultural Arts Center was selected as the site of a new community mural, created by artist Mandi Caskey, Hilliard City Schools teacher Amanda Schaeffer and her Art and Ecology students. The mural came about through an Ohio Arts Council grant written by Amanda to engage students in art beyond their classroom. This mural is truly a community mural as it has also involved the City of Hilliard through the Hilliard Public Arts Commission, and the maintenance department of Hilliard who will be installing the work. The Hilliard Arts Council provided funding for the wood base, paint and brushes for the work.  Community involvement also includes Sherwin Williams who gave a deep discount for paint and supplies.    STUDENT ART VIRTUAL EXHIBIT There was to be an art exhibit from the Art and Ecology students to be installed at the HAC Gallery for a May 3rd unveiling of the mural which has evolved into a virtual display of their work that can be found...

Virtual PopUp Art Studio

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We are excited to bring our PopUp Art Studio to the virtual world. We are partnering with the Hilliard Recreation and Parks and joining in their Healthy Hilliard online initiative to help everyone be active and creative at home! Our first video is all about circles and art that can be done with things around the home. Check out the Hilliard Recreation and Parks Facebook page to see it today! #healthyhilliard...

SUMMER CAMPS

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We are proud to present THREE summer camp opportunities this summer! This year brings two Drama Camp weeks specific to younger and older grades. Our 1st -3rd grade Drama Camp will be directed by Robin Brenneman and the 4th-6th grade Drama Camp director is Linda Sheppard. Art Camp Extreme returns for our second year with new projects both big and small. Camp directors will be Becky Rehbeck and Kelley Daniel. We are also excited to again partner the the Nest Theater for our middle school grades 4-9 Improv Comedy Camp. Look for registration links and more information coming as we have...

The Laramie Project

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Due to governors Stay at Home order The April 2020 Laramie Project performance dates are postponed until the Spring of 2021. Location: Hilliard Civic and Cultural Arts Center 5425 Center St, Hilliard, OH 43026 There are parts for 4 men and 4 women who each play multiple roles. Actors will be asked to do 2 or more readings from the script each time portraying a different character in order to demonstrate their ability to portray different characters. The Laramie Project Character Descriptions Tectonic theatre company member Stephen Belber Actor 1(Male) Doc O’Connor: Limousine Driver and local entrepreneur, 50s Matt Galloway: Bartender at the Fireside Bar, 20s, Student at Univ. of Wyoming Anonymous Friend of Aaron McKinney: 20s, works for the railroad Bill McKinney: Father of Aaron McKinney, 40s, truck driver Andrew Gomez: Latino from Laramie, 20s Fred Phelps: Minister from Kansas, 60s Mormon Spiritual Advisor: Home teacher to Russell Henderson, 60s Conrad Miller: Car Mechanic, 30s Narrator Ensemble Actor 2 (Female) Member of Tectonic Theatre company Amanda Gronich Eileen Engen (ACT ONE) Rancher, in her 50s Marge Murray: Reggie’s mother, 70s. She has had emphysema for many years but continues to smoke. Baptist Minister: Originally from Texas, 50s Trish...