via Press Release
After 10 years, Los Angeles’ critically acclaimed 68 Cent Crew Theatre Company is going bicoastal and coming to New York City! With over 60 productions and festivals to date in Los Angeles, including the ONLY production of the ”13 by Shanley” Festival, Artistic Director Ronnie Marmo (GENERAL HOSPITAL, WEST OF BROOKLYN) feels it is time to return to his New York City roots and officially open a chapter of the 68 Cent Crew on the East Coast.
We produce published works, as well as original work written by Company members and writers around the world. We are looking for dedicated, open minded and talented individuals interested not only in acting but in writing, producing, directing, stage managing and set design. The 68 Cent Crew nurtures artists in all aspects of theatre. We believe that being a member of 68 is more than just being a member of a theatre company; we take pride in the fact that we provide a safe community where creativity and talent flourish. Members are surrounded by a family of individuals who are devoted, passionate and ready to work.
The 68 Cent Crew Theatre Company is a dues paying company. Dues are $75.00 per month. Membership includes our Monday night Gym. In Gym, we workshop scenes, improv, cold read, write, develop and direct material brought in by members. We exercise to keep our skills sharp for much less than the cost of a class. Company members get first right to audition for company shows. Once you are accepted into the 68 Cent Crew Theatre Company, you are a member of both Los Angeles and New York. This gives you exclusive access to use your creative passion on both coasts whether it be in a production or attend Monday night gym! All Theatre 68 members will now be bi-coastal.
For more company info check out www.theatre68.com
Auditions will be held on August 25th at the New York location. If you or someone you know wants to audition, please email a headshot / resume and note for an audition slot to [email protected] Please note that audition slots are limited, and this is NOT an open call.
(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — NBC’s “Days of our Lives” has released what fans have been clamoring for since the May announcement of new head writers and June’s reveal of behind the scenes changes: your first look at the “New DAYS” that begins on Monday, September 26 with the debut of Marlene McPherson and Darrell Ray Thomas‘ material and Greg Meng and Noel Maxam producing.
(SoapOperaNetwork.com) – Greg Meng along with Noel Maxam were named Co-Executive Producers of NBC’s “Days of our Lives” on Tuesday, June 14, when the series released the first set of changes hitting the soap after the hiring of new head writers Marlene McPherson and Darrell Ray Thomas. While the writing duo shared with Soap Opera Network what fans could expect from the soap when their material hits the airwaves starting Monday, September 26, Meng took the time to tell viewers why they should continue tuning in before that day comes.
“There are surprises even coming up very soon on the show, so don’t wait until September 26, which is the big revitalized relaunch of the show, but there are surprises between now and then,” said Meng, who also discussed those “mini-plots” you’ve been seeing on your screens since Monday, August 1 (Please Note: This interview took place on Thursday, July 28) and what exactly caused the show to make such drastic changes just a few short months ago both on and off screen.
For more from our interview with Greg Meng, tune into the clip below.
(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “All My Children” Episode Recap – Monday, August 8, 2011.
IT HAPPENED TODAY…
Bianca wonders how Tad is going to react to Dixie being alive. Cara tells Krystal and Opal about Janet’s claim that Dixie is alive. Opal doesn’t believe it and Krystal says she is happy for Cara and Tad. Tad continues talking to Dixie unaware that she’s close by. The realization of who he is sets in and Dixie calls out to him.
Ryan asks about the Orpheus Project and David explains. Ryan admits he put a GPS tracking chip into David’s cell. Greenlee realizes she isn’t dreaming and Zach is alive. Kendall tells Bianca about the Orpheus project and Griffin’s involvement.
Jake won’t leave Amanda alone with Janet.
On the Next All My Children…
(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “General Hospital” Episode Recap – Monday, August 8, 2011.
IT HAPPENED TODAY…
Robin’s regime as Chief of Staff continues to wreak havoc for Patrick, Matt and Steve. Later, Patrick and Robin get romantic but are interrupted when Patrick is called back to the hospital for an emergency.
Elizabeth wakes up from the car accident and discovers Siobhan unconscious. She finds Jason unresponsive in the other car and Carly injured. Meanwhile Sam starts to get excited about her wedding date! Sam gets a call from Monica.
Shawn and Jax, with Josslyn in his arms, face off, but Shawn suffers a PTSD attack.
Jackal, P.I., takes interest in Lulu, to Maxie’s chagrin.
On the Next General Hospital…
(SoapOperaNetwork.com) – Matthew Ashford returns to NBC’s “Days of our Lives” this September when his character, Jack Deveraux, finds himself back in Salem facing many changes and new challenges. Soap Opera Network spoke with Ashford at the “DAYS” studio about his return to the soap, his work on the web based series “The Bay” and the most pirated movie of 2008!
With details of Ashford’s return still being kept under wraps as the drama gears up for a relaunch on Monday, September 26 with new head writers Marlene McPherson and Darrell Ray Thomas, Ashford wasn’t able to share much about Jacks’s return to Salem, but he did say that Jack “has been through some loss.” The actor also noted what’s to come for onscreen partner Melissa Reeves and her character Jennifer, who along with Ashford portray the popular couple Jack and Jennifer on the soap. “Jennifer has had some significant changes in her life. She’s had to make adjustments in her feelings and now Jack has to deal with that.” he said. Referring to Jack and Jennifer’s daughter Abigail (Kate Mansi), Ashford shared that “Abigail has grown and become quite the young lady.”
For more on what Ashford had to say about his return and how much daytime has changed since we last saw him check out our exclusive interview below.
(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — A look at what’s happening on “The Young and the Restless” during the week of August 8, 2011.
THIS WEEK ON: THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS
Daniel and Lily share another kiss, as she moves forward in ending her marriage to Cane, on Monday, August 8. That same day, Nina gets the shock of her life when she sees Ronan back in town. Genevieve and Victor meet for the first time. Tuesday, August 9, Jack breaks Kyle’s heart with the news about his mother. Jack and Victor play tug-o-war for Kyle.
The Inside Story: Scrambling to Hide the Truth
Ronan continues to investigate each suspect that would have wanted to see Diane Jenkins dead. His list of suspects start scrambling to keep out of trouble. Ronan notices that Diane had a bruise on her arm. The bruise has an imprint of a Harvard class ring. Meanwhile, Adam calls his one night stand, Elena, to request her to lie for him about his whereabouts. She goes along with the idea; until Ronan shows up, where she learns about Diane’s murder. After his questioning of Adam, Ronan returns with a search warrant. He finds the Harvard ring. While Ronan is busy gathering up evidence, Nick, Tucker, Victor and Ashley all remember their encounters with Diane at the footbridge. Nick remembers his threats to kill Diane; Tucker has a flashback where he is grabbing her fiercely, while Ash and Victor also recall their heated exchanges with the woman. Phyllis, who is also on the suspect list, finds herself being blackmailed by Deacon, who informs her he seen her that night.
A Closer Look: Billy Goes MIA
Jill becomes worried when she can’t get in contact with Billy, who she wants to tell about Chance. She soon learns from Victoria that Billy left Genoa City. When Jill becomes upset, Colin immediately comforts her. As for Victoria, she is heartbroken that he left without wanting to makr things work. Word gets back that Billy’s phone was found in Hong Kong. Billy’s being gone unsettles Chloe and it causes a strain in her relationship with Kevin.
What To Watch
The Young and the Restless News and Headlines
Y&R ALERTS: WEEK OF AUGUST 15, 2011
Y&R ALERTS BONUS: SUMMER 2011
(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — For the past two and a half weeks, I found myself in unfamiliar territory when it came to running the website as I was based out of Los Angeles. Normally, I run things here in New York. What I found unfamiliar, however, was finding out the true stories behind what many soap fans can’t seem to get enough of – the Disney/ABC and Prospect Park connection as it relates to “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” and even “General Hospital.” So what did I learn that I can share with you? Plenty!
(SoapOperaNetwork.com) – – Jacqueline Macinnes Wood makes her big screen debut this month in the 3D supernatural horror-thriller “Final Destination 5″.
Wood, who currently portrays young spitfire vixen Steffy Forrester on CBS’ “The Bold and the Beautiful”, can be seen in the fifth installment of the “Final Destination” horror film series when it hits theaters this Friday, August 12, 2011. Wood portrays Olivia, one of the survivors of a bridge collapse, who later finds herself in a dangerous predicament while going through laser eye surgery (see clip below).
“Final Destination 5″ also stars Nicholas D’Agosto (“House,” “Supernatural”), Emma Bell (“Supernatural,” “Law & Order”), David Koeschner (“Saturday Night Live,” “Hank”), P.J. Byrne (“ER,” “Desperate Housewives”), Courtney B. Vance (“FlashForward”, “The Closer”) Ellen Wroe (“Gary Unmarried,” “Huge”), Arlen Escarpeta (“American Dreams”), Miles Fisher (“Gossip Girl,” “Mad Men”), and Tony Todd (“24,” “Boston Public”).
WARNING: Clip contains material that may not be suitable for children under age 14.
(SoapOperaNetwork.com) – – A look at what’s happening on “The Bold and the Beautiful” during the week of August 8, 2011.
THIS WEEK ON: THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL
Liam tells Hope he’s ready to take the next step with her and doesn’t know how much longer he can wait. Ridge thinks Bill has an agenda against the Forrester family. Bill makes a decision based off guilt. Hope and Steffy exchange heated words about their feuding families.