We have planned a whole bunch of fun fall events for you, so come take a look at our Facebook page for updates, reminders, and event descriptions https://www.facebook.com/groups/UWFASS/permalink/10163983932165655/.
Looking forward to seeing everybody and bringing some energy through the fall!
Hello FASSies!!! Here are your summer FASS updates:
Show type & dates: The Fall radio play will premiere online on October 29th, 2020. Rehearsals will be online, or in very small groups outside. Voices will be recorded & combined digitally to create a 1-hr radio play.
Writing continues: CSW Michelle & team of writers are working on an interdimensional radio broadcast! Join them on facebook!! Or check out the brainstorming document, feel free to send her an email and add yourself to the email list here.
Applications for Fall 2020 Show Council due July 17: We’re looking for people! Applications should be sent to email@example.com with a summary of experience. Since this show is going to be a little different than usual, take a close look at the descriptions below.
Director July 17th 11:59 pm
- Helping people sound good & voice act well
- Show sounding cohesive artistically
“Stage” Manager July 31st 11:59 pm.
- Coordinating director with techies
Producer July 17th 11:59 pm
- Marketing (entirely digital, must have social media skills)
- Getting actors
- Advertising premiere
Tech Director July 17th 11:59 pm
- Ensuring tech works for each rehearsal & for recording day
- Finding editors & techies (definition up to Show Council) to help out
- Audio gets to/from editors in a usable state
- Coordinate sound editing
- Do sound editing as necessary
I’m Victoria, and I am very pleased to have taken on the role of FASS President for 2020-2021. I am a relatively new FASSie and my goals for this year are to continue to recruit and retain new people and keep them comfortable here!
There are going to be some interesting challenges this year, as of this writing pretty much the whole country is on lockdown and it seems quite difficult to put on a FASS with everyone in their own homes. We are hoping that the world heals in time for a show, and we are already dreaming up ideas of how to keep FASS alive if the situation arises that such a concession must be made as to put on a show from our bedrooms!
Joining me on the 2020-2021 board are Company Coordinator Tammy Markov, Treasurer Danny Eagle, Creative Liason Jen Farmer, and Representatives R. Brent Clements, Erik Arndt, Nathan Liu, and Allan Beldan, along with Presidential Advisor Diana (Dee) Skrzydlo.
I’d like to officially announce that applications for Creative Liaison will be accepted until Sunday April 26 at 11:59 PM. If you are interested in applying for the position, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a brief outline of your qualifications. Descriptions of the position below.
Thanks everyone for putting your trust in me. I’m looking forward to working with the new Board and helping guide the FASS family in this coming year, and we hope that we can continue to keep everyone in good spirits and connected through these unusual times.
Creative Liaison is responsible for:
- Running the Show Councils – meetings, coordination, and responsibilities
- Reporting back to the Board on the status of the shows [including debrief]
- Selecting and supervising a Social Coordinator who runs activities during the show run
Come see our show and follow the rise and fall of a civilization, from the stone age to the space age in this original historical musical odyssey!
Shows are Feb 6, 7, and 8 in the HH theatre. Feb 6 at 8pm is pay-what-you-can, and tickets for Feb 7 at 8pm and Feb 8 at 7pm can be purchased online at https://tinyurl.com/FASS2020, through the HH box office in person or by phone, (519‑888‑4908) or through any member of the cast & crew.
Hope to see you there!
Led by our awesome show council of Director Jen Farmer, TD Martin Stachowski, and SM Eloise Fan, the auditions for FASS 2020: Nothing Beats Rock! will take place on January 8, 9, and 10th in HH 123 from 7-10 pm. Drop by for about an hour on any night you please!
What a fabulous Fall FASS! We had more audience than we knew what to do with, the guest acts called us “so professional”, and Imprint loved us even though we made fun of them (seriously, check out their review!)
Now let’s look forward to the Winter show, which will take place in the Hagey Hall Theatre on Feb 6, 7, and 8, 2020. I’m pleased to open nominations for Director, Stage Manager, Tech Director, and Producer. If you’re interested in any of these positions, please email email@example.com to apply.
In addition, our valiant CSW Dan Viggiani has scheduled the first two writers’ meetings to decide the theme and structure of the show. They are:
- Thursday October 17th in MC 2038 from 7 to 9 pm
- Tuesday October 22nd in MC 2034 from 7 to 9 pm
Hope you can come out and join the writing team and/or the Show Council and make this another awesome FASS!
Come out and see the FASS Fall Variety Show: Feridun-Dun-DUN!
October 4 and 5 at 8pm in AL 116.
When a rash of murders sweeps campus, everyone is a suspect – even the geese! Can our intrepid detectives figure out whodunit… before it’s too late?
We’ll also be joined on stage by many fabulous guest acts from other performance groups on campus, including the Warriors Band, UW Cheer Team, Chavembachata, UW Improv Club, AcaBellas, Unaccompanied Minors, and UW Juggling Club!
Hope to see you there! Admission is by donation and everyone is welcome!
If you’d like to get involved with the FASS Fall Variety Show on Oct 4&5, come out to Auditions!
Come by for about an hour any time on Sept 3, 4, or 5 between 7 and 10 pm in HH 123&124. Everyone who comes out is guaranteed to be able to participate in the show. Tech, Stage Management, Band, etc welcome too. If you want to get involved behind the scenes, contact Jen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, if you are involved in a performance group of some kind and would like to be an external act for the show, contact our External Acts Recruiter at email@example.com
Hot enough for ya?
Speaking of the Fall show, we have a great director, Brandon West, but we’re still in need of a Tech Director, Producer, and Stage Manager
for the short 3-4-scene production. This is a great opportunity to try out these roles in a less intense production! In addition, we’re looking for someone to coordinate with external acts, since what is a variety show without some variety? See below for a rough description of the duties for these positions, and get your application in to firstname.lastname@example.org
by July 15 at 11:59 pm.
Hope to see your witty words for the script, awesome applications for positions, and terrific turnout at the events this summer!
FASS President 2020
super-brief descriptions of position requirements:
Producer: advertise for auditions and show, including posters, social media, programs, etc
Stage Manager: schedule rehearsals, take note of what the director wants, call cues
Tech Director: manage team to handle props, sets, sound, lights, makeup, costumes
External Acts Coordinator: invite acts to participate, coordinate on requirements and scheduling