Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Freehold Student and Alum Upcoming Work

Freehold's Studio Series will run from March 11 - March 26 at Freehold, 2222 2nd Avenue, 2nd Floor. The Studio Series is our highly anticipated yearly event that presents work created by current and former Freehold students, lab members, and faculty. 2011 will be our 16th year of presenting this very popular series. We regard the Series as an opportunity to investigate work in a "studio" setting and then to experience the evolution of the work through performance. Each project will be performed one weekend out of the three weekends with it being performed a total of four times with two performances on Friday night and two on Saturday night. Pay What You Can (Suggested Donation: $10.00). Tickets available at the door one hour before the show.

Erwin Galan will be in a staged reading Passport, by Gustavo Ott, Translated by Heather L. McKay, Directed by Arlene Martinez-Vickers, Saturday, Feb 26 7:30pm ACT (Buster's Special Events Room), and Saturday, Mar 5 2:00pm Burien Little Theatre,
Tickets $5.00 (for each date), Buy at: OR Info at: and

Steven Gomez will be playing Jonathon in Scott Maddock's short play Gated, directed by L. Nicol Cabe, at Freehold's Studio Series on March 25-26. He will also be performing in Zachariah Robinson's piece 21st Century 101 at Nebunele Theatre's TheatrePoems performance on April 2.

Rosalyn Le will be playing the fair Hero in a production of Much Ado About Nothing at SecondStory Repertory in Redmond, Directed by Corey McDaniel, February 4-26, 2011, Fri & Sat Nights at 8pm, Sun Feb 13 & 20 at 2pm, Tickets: $25 adults/$19, students/seniors/educators, TPS Rush discount tickets (day of performance) $10

Jonathan Nawn, a Freehold ETI student, performed the Solo Performance piece he developed at Freehold at On the Boards' 12 Minutes Max on February 27, 28.

Andy Tribolini is part of the Film School reading at ACT on 3/28, Z vs. V! Andy has also been cast in 3 films shooting this month: Pony Man, Basket Case and Snorkel.

Heidi Wolf
recently earned her Certified Teacher credential from the Society of American Fight Directors, which makes her the 3rd CT trained at Freehold, and one of only 4 female CTs west of the Mississippi. She is currently teaching stage combat at the University of Puget Sound.

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