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Theatre AUM and COVID 19
Clubs and Organizations, Theatre AUM

Theatre AUM and COVID 19

BY: Jayla BrownAUM’s campus looks completely different for everyone this semester. There has been a lot of change, which means a lot of adjusting to our “new normal”. This week I had the opportunity to catch up with Professor Neil Seibel about the changes happening in the theatre department. When asked about adjusting to COVID-19 guidelines here at AUM, Seibel said, “We are adjusting. Theatre and the arts have always been about adapting to the circumstances, so in an odd way our students were rather uniquely prepared to handle the shift to hybrid experience.” Many classes, activities, and club meetings on campus have been moved either strictly online or partially online. As for the theatre department, Seibel stated, “Instruction has moved to in-class and simulcast, m...
The Seagull
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The Seagull

BY: Kaleria JacksonThere is no stopping Theatre AUM. After the World Tour: Acting Showcase performance earlier this semester, the department quickly started preparing for their next production. For this next production, Theatre AUM will present their production of The Seagull by Anton Chekhov translated by Christopher Hampton on November 7. I visited the set, and it looks fantastic. Sources say that the costumes are elaborate for such a period piece. The students who are participating in the production have been working hard to bring this show to life for AUM and the community. Student and actor Tony George says he is excited for everyone to come see the dramatic aspect of the play. This play involves a type of variety that will have your emotions on a roller coaster...
Review: Shakespeare’s Hamlet at Alabama Shakespeare Festival
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Review: Shakespeare’s Hamlet at Alabama Shakespeare Festival

BY: Molly GrayLast week, I had the privilege of going to Alabama Shakespeare Festival in Montgomery to see Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Here are my thoughts about the production.If you have ever seen Hamlet, you know that there are multiple characters and locations to tell the story. There are three acts. The play lasted two hours and 45 minutes with two intermissions. For some people, this would have been too long. However, I thought that it was just enough time to really get a good idea of the plot.?The play was put on by Bedlam Theatre. They are known for performing Hamlet with four actors. With the multiple characters in Hamlet, it was very impressive that these actors could remember all of the lines for the different characters they had to portray. The actor who played Hamlet wa...
Theatre Showcase
Theatre AUM

Theatre Showcase

BY: Kaleria Jackson Theatre AUM is starting the year off by presenting the many talents of multiple students in the annual Showcase. The Showcase will be a compilation of scenes, monologues, and songs that revolve around a theme— this year’s theme is entitled,?"World Tour: Acting Showcase," and it will focus on the works of international playwrights from around the globe. The Theatre Department is hosting the Showcase because it is a perfect way to get many students who are wishing to participate the chance to be involved. The Showcase also prepares students for professional auditions that occur throughout the academic year. The ensemble is made up of students from all five Colleges at Auburn University at Montgomery. There are over 20 students who are in the acting ensemble and a...
Student Spotlight: Theatre AUM with Kate Saylor & Tony George
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Student Spotlight: Theatre AUM with Kate Saylor & Tony George

BY: Allison StewartAs seniors in the AUM Theatre Department, Kate Saylor and Tony George know what it takes to succeed in college. They made it through the nerves of freshman year, the stress of sophomore year (or should I say continuous stress) and the excitement of junior year. Now, they are beginning the last chapter of their Warhawk story.?The fun thing about Kate and Tony is their friendship. They both graduated from Wetumpka High School in 2016 and have been friends for over a decade. Being able to go to college together has made a positive impact on their relationship.?Kate started her college career as a theatre major. She recently chose photography as her minor. She thoroughly enjoys her major because the professors have extensive experience in the field. Many of them...
Alabama Shakespeare Festival’s Last Spring Production: As You Like it
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Alabama Shakespeare Festival’s Last Spring Production: As You Like it

BY: Brittany VallelyThe Alabama Shakespeare Festival (ASF) has been producing one show after another this season and next on the schedule is As You Like It, one of Shakespeare’s most popular comedies.This show is extra important because it is the last show in their spring season-- another show will not open until after summer is over. This show also does not run as long as others, so it is important to get your tickets now.According to the ASF website, As You Like It is a beguiling game of love, desire, and mistaken identity that revels in the pleasure of life. The old saying, "People will do crazy things for love," truly shows in this play-- even if it means losing your place in power.Audiences will have the opportunity to watch professional actors, enjoy snacks and refre...
AUM Professor Directs ASF’s Winnie the Pooh
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AUM Professor Directs ASF’s Winnie the Pooh

BY: Brittany VallelyThe famous Winnie the Pooh characters are being brought to life at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival (ASF) in Montgomery, and one of AUM ‘s very own professors put it together. Neil David Seibel, AUM's performance professor, has had connections with faculty at ASF for quite some time. After having a discussion about the direction of ASF with the artistic director, Seibel was presented with the opportunity to direct one of the children's shows. “We just had a great conversation about theatre, what we want to do with it, how we see ourselves in it, how we see ourselves in Montgomery, and then from that, he said, ‘If you’re interested,’ and I said, of course, I’m interested,” said Seibel. Originally, Seibel was supposed to direct Cat in the Hat, but it cha...
Theatre AUM Guild Fundraiser Event: Open Mic Night
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Theatre AUM Guild Fundraiser Event: Open Mic Night

BY: Brittany VallelyTheatre AUM Guild’s (TAG) Open Mic Night is the chance to show off your skills or support your local artists!This is a public event where people are invited to showcase any kind of talent- dancers, singers, poets, comedians, and actors are all welcome to show what they've got. TAG will be bringing their own speakers and microphones in order for you to have all the sound equipment you need.Tony George, TAG president, explained that all funds will be going towards TAG to promote theatre and theatre events at AUM. “The event helps with expenses such as the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival and the Southern Eastern Theatre Conference,” George said. This is also a good chance to make connections with people in theatre and find more way...

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