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Paragon Springs Cast:

My deep gratitude to all of you who auditioned. I enjoyed working with you and faced many difficult choices.

Dr. Thomas Stockman – Daniel Deussen
Katrina Stockman – Donna Howe
Lorna Stockman – Abby Fields
Peter Stockman – David Cochran
Erik Hovstad – Miguel (Zubi) Zubrian
Lars Hovstad – Raphael Figueroa
Odegaard – Morgan Phillips
The Widow Kroger – Rekeya Harris
Hollis Lindgren – Paco Moncada
Rose Lindgren – Sarah Wootton

Assistant Director David Crespin

Please email mmufson@palomar.edu to acknowledge that you accept the role.

First Rehearsal is this Monday, August 27 at 6:30 in D-10. See you there.

Michael

Palomar Jazz Ensembles

Auditions for the Four O’clock Ensemble (directed by Bob Weller) and Seven O’clock Ensemble (directed by Paul Kurokawa) will be held on Monday, August 20 in room D6. Open to adults and students at all levels.

Palomar Chamber Singers

Attend first class meeting Monday, August 20th, 11:00 AM, Room D-6 to arrange audition.
Voice Majors, experienced choral singers, and instrumentalists wishing to improve musicianship through singing. Info: sdean@palomar.edu. Directed by Sally Husch-Dean.

Palomar Chorale

Choral experience preferred. Brief auditions will be held during first rehearsal, Wed. Aug. 22nd at 7 PM in Room D-5. Season to include music of Morten Lauridsen, Aaron Copland, Handel and Purcell with Palomar Symphony Orchestra. info: palomarchorale@palomar.edu. Directed by Sally Husch-Dean.

Palomar/Pacific Coast Concert Band

Interested woodwind, brass and percussion players with a minimum of two years high school level experience can audition Thursday, August 23 in room D6 at 7pm. Directed by Ken Bell (760.390.2990)

Palomar Jazz!

October 19

Palomar Jazz!
There’ll Be Some Changes Made

Big Band Jazz at its North County best! Highlighting the exciting skills of Palomar’s Day Band and Night Band, this concert features Big Band music from swing to funk.

Directed by Paul Kurokawa and Bob Weller

Friday, 8pm
O2 Performance Studio, Palomar College, San Marcos campus
$12 General, $10 Seniors and Staff, $8 Students

Inherit the Wind Cast

Congratulations to the cast of Inherit the Wind. Our first rehearsal will be Monday, March 11 at 6:00PM in D-10. Scripts are available at the Palomar Performing Arts Box Office (GJ Building). Please have your script when you arrive at rehearsal on Monday. Regular box office hours are Noon to 4pm Thursday and Friday. For any inquiries, please contact Heather Murray, Box Office Manager, at 760-744-1150 x3049.

If you have any questions about picking up your script or attending rehearsal on Monday you can contact Charmaine Reed, Stage Manager, at 858-472-5520.

Rachel Brown Katherine Heflin
Meeker Patrick Swies
Bertram Cates Baruch Guerrero
Jeremiah Brown Tamaz Bolkvadze
Melinda (Howard) Myra Zamora
E.K. Hornbeck Tami O’Connell
Mayor Donna Howe
Matthew Harrison Brady Morgan Phillips
Mrs. Brady Sarah Wootten
Davenport Carrie O’Connell
Drummond Chrissy Wenning
Judge Aaron Ritchey
Sillers and McClain Kylie Wilson
Krebs and Blair Jessica Self
Bollinger Grace Penaranda
Bannister Yui Shibata
Goodfellow Miguel Zubrian
Dunlap Jessica Payne
Howard (Melinda) Tanner Harless
Elijah McKenna Geu

Robin Adler/Mutts of the Planet (Performance Lab D10)

September 6, 2012

San Diego vocalist Robin Adler, veteran of the Peter Sprague group, and her husband, multi-instrumentalist music producer Dave Blackburn, have been lifelong fans of Joni Mitchell. In early 2006 they embarked on the ambitious project of learning her music in all its complexities and through all its epochs. Hoping to honor such a major artist they have produced a tribute show deep in its own right.

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Tom Griesgraber (O2 Performance Studio)

September 13

Until you’ve seen it performed live, the music of Chapman Stick player Tom Griesgraber sounds too big to be real. There are acoustic guitar or piano-like moments, funk rock bass lines, ambient synth and soundscape textures, rock guitar leads, jazz solos and even small bits of percussion sometimes all happening simultaneously. To the uninitiated listener it sounds like an ensemble, but to those who have seem him live, it is the magic of a unique virtuoso. Read more »

Coffee Talk: Global Warming, Facts and Fallacies

October 5th, 6-6:50pm Room D-5

Global Warming, Facts and Fallacies: how do we “interpret” data?  How is it presented, manipulated and potentially misrepresented, to the public?

Panelists:  Chris Sinnott (faculty, Theatre & moderator) Michael Mufson (faculty, Theatre & director) Al Trujillo (faculty, Earth Sciences) William Leslie (Faculty, Philosophy)

Presented in connection with Paragon Springs - September 28 – October 7

For more information visit the PerformingHeArts Blog

The Telescope has a very nice article that goes into depth about the Performing Arts Department Coffee Talk Series. Visit by clicking here.

Third Story (O2 Performance Studio)

September 20

Original jazz from a gifted quartet of young players that, according to bassist Danny Weller, “…explores a realm of sound and force that reads like a favorite book: clear, powerful, and truthful.” Also featured are Jeff Miles (guitar), Joshua White (piano), and Jens Kuross (drums). Venue: O2 Performance Studio

The Cider House Rules, Part One: Here in St. Cloud’s

Theatre

 The Cider House Rules, Part One:  Here in St. Cloud’s by John Irving. Directed by Francis Gercke. October 1, 6pm; Palomar College Performance Lab. Prepare a contemporary dramatic or comedic monologue, not to exceed two minutes. More info: frangercke@gmail.com; www.palomarperforms.com; 760.744.1150 x2316.

Palomar College is located at 1140 W. Mission Road in San Marcos (92069). Further information is available at www.palomar performs.com or by calling 760.744.1150 x2316.

Ida y Vuelta (O2 Performance Studio)

September 27

Ida y Vuelta
Scott Wolf, guitar     

The title translates as “round trip”, and has been used historically to describe the rich musical exchange between the countries of South America and the Caribbean. Wolf will highlight this relationship with music from Rodrigo, Asencio, Cervantes, Albeniz, and Barrios.

Venue: O2 Performance Studio

Paragon Springs

September 28- October 7

by Steven Dietz (based on Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People)

The middle-American town of Paragon Springs boils when Dr. Thomas Stockman pries into the contamination of its famous “healing waters”. Is he a hero of democracy or an enemy of the people? The ensuing political gamesmanship pits truth against power, husband against wife, brother against brother. Can the town survive?

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Martha Thom and Jacob Mafuleni (O2 Performance Studio)

October 4

Two renown dancer/musicians from Zimbabwe, South Africa and the noted dance troupe Mbira dzeMuninga grace our stage for the first time. Martha Thom is an impeccably skilled traditional dancer, rattles player, and singer. Jacob Mafuleni is a multitalented master musician who is as equally adept at drums, dance, marimba, and guitar and mbira. Both have performed internationally and are fine teachers. (Presented in conjunction with the Center for World Music.)

Venue: O2 Performance Studio                  

Ingber, Weber and Jaeb (Performance Lab D10)

October 11

This soprano, brass and piano trio goes for Baroque…as well as Opera, Jazz and 20th Century composition! Featured are works by Scarlatti, Honegger and other notable composers. With Palomar faculty Jonathan Ingber, brass; Ruth Weber, piano; Mary Jaeb, soprano.

Venue: Performance Lab (D10)

Noche Havana

October 12, 13

An evening of vibrant Cuban music and dance with Agogo Drum and Dance Ensemble (featuring Patriceann Mead and Silfredo LaO Vigo) and a live Salsa band with open dance floor! Doors open at 7:30pm, Salsa dance class at 8pm, live music at 8:30pm. Read more »

Palomar Symphony Orchestra: Emerging Talent

October 14, 26

Rodrigo Arreola, Baritone; Adam Vickers, Trombone

Join this celebration of the future as two fine Palomar students take the stage as featured soloists.  Music will include Overture from The Impresario and Non Siate Ritrosi from Cosi fan tutte, (Mozart); Symphony No. 4 in E Minor, (Brahms); Concertino for Trombone, (David).

Directed by Ellen Weller

Note Special Locations:
Sunday, October 14, 7pm; Poway Center for the Arts; $5 suggested donation
Friday, October 26, 8pm; Mira Costa College; $12 General, $10 Seniors and Staff, $8 Students Read more »

Mark Dresser (Performance Lab D10)

October 18

A world class contrabassist in our midst? Right here. The UCSD faculty member and international recording artist cues up a stunning “solo bass” performance.
Venue: Performance Lab (D10)