September 2-7, 2014
Oglebay Park, Wheeling, WV
“Sign Language Interpretation For The Stage” Workshop Invitation
Theatre de Jeunesse, a local young adult theatre arts organization, invites Mid-Ohio Valley sign language interpreters to attend a free workshop entitled “Sign Language Interpretation For The Stage”. The workshop will be held on Sunday, July 20, at 10:00 AM at the Hermann Fine Arts Center, 500 Butler Street (corner of 4th and Butler Streets) in Marietta, Ohio.
The subject matter covered will be the differences between interpretation for the stage versus other types of events, and ASL Theatre Certification information. Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are available for RID members who attend. Workshop presenters will be Janelle St.Martin and Brianna Butler who have a combined total of over 30 years experience in interpreting for stage productions. There is no charge for the workshop and light snacks will be provided. Workshop attendees will be offered a complimentary ticket to attend the performance of the musical classic “Camelot” later in the day to observe stage interpretation.
Registrations accepted through Wednesday, July 16, 2014. Please contact Linda Buchanan by phone at 304-354-7506 or by email to email@example.com, and provide the following information: Name, Address, Phone, Email, and Number of Years Experience in sign language interpretation. This workshop is presented with financial assistance from the Parkersburg Area Community Foundation.
“Camelot” opens on July 11
The musical classic “Camelot” by Alan Lerner and Frederick Loewe will open on July 11 at the Friederich Theater in the Hermann Fine Arts Center, 500 Butler Street, Marietta, Ohio. The whole family will enjoy the Tony award-winning story of King Arthur’s marriage to Guenevere, played out amid the pageantry of Camelot. Based on “The Once and Future King”, it is the age old tale of chivalry, equality, honor and faith in the court of King Arthur.
Presented by Theatre de Jeunesse with a cast of Mid-Ohio Valley young adults, the show opens with King Arthur nervously preparing to meet his new Queen, Guenevere. While initially, Guenevere tries to escape the marriage, the two young people soon fall in love, to the pleasure of Arthur’s wise tutor, Merlyn. In order to bring peace and stability to the kingdom, Arthur establishes the Knights of the Round Table who would use their might for right. Included amongst these knights, is the most famous of them all, Lancelot. Soon, Lancelot and Queen Guenevere fall in love. Their affair is made public by Arthur’s evil illegitimate son Mordred and his aunt, the sorceress Morgan le Fey. As a result, peace ends and war breaks out as Arthur’s troops prepare to fight Lancelot’s French army.
Performance dates are Fridays and Saturdays July 11, 12, 18, and 19 at 8:00 p.m. with matinees at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday July 13 and July 20. Sign language interpretation will be provided for the Sunday, July 20 performance. Ticket prices are $15.00 for adults and $12.00 for senior citizens aged 60 and above and students through college. Opening night special is a “buy one get one free” ticket offer.
“Dinner and a show” discounts are available at several area restaurants. The restaurant list and specials are included on the website’s home page at http://www.tdej.org.
For more information, reserved seating reservations, or special accommodation requests, please call the Box Office at (740) 376-4678 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This production is presented with financial assistance from The Oakland Foundation, Marietta Community Foundation, Artsbridge, the Ohio River Border Initiative, a joint project of the Ohio Arts Council and the West Virginia Commission on the Arts, The Bernard McDonough Foundation, West Virginia Division of Culture and History with approval from the West Virginia Commission on the Arts, the Parkersburg Area Community Foundation, the Belpre Area Community Development Foundation, and in partnership with Easton Printing, the Parkersburg Art Center and the Allohak Council #618 of the Boy Scouts of America.