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UIL One-Act Play Clinic

Eighteenth Annual U.I.L. One-Act Play Workshop/Clinic

 

One-Act Play Directors:

We are pleased to bring two of the most sought after clinicians in the state, Luis Munoz and Jim Mammarella!  Jim has judged State numerous times, and Luis…well…he is the State Theatre Director of UIL!!  Both are highly sought after every year to respond at clinics throughout the State!

Download files here: Invitation, Updated Schedule 08-30-15, and Invoice File Option #1, Invoice File Option #2, and Invoice File Option #3.

To Participate:

1. Go to http://www.sanjac.edu/UIL-Clinic.  (You are here!)
2. Read the information
       a. Decide on which option is best for you
       b. Click on the 2016 SJCC One Act Play Clinic Schedule file and determine which slots you would like
            (The schedule will be updated periodically).
3. Send an email to jerry.ivins@sjcd.edu, requesting the slot or slots you would like (multiple days and/or slots are encouraged).
4. Once you have received an email confirming your slot
       a. Download the invoice matching the option(s) you have selected
       b. Make sure the invoice is completely filled out
            (Your classification, Region, Area, District and Zone must be completed for processing)
       c. Submit to your Business Office for payment
       d. Make sure they mail the check and invoice DIRECTLY TO DR. IVINS' ADDRESS
            (Do NOT mail to the College address)
       e. Check back periodically and look at the schedule for a “paid” update.

Once again, we have three options for you to choose at our One-Act Play Clinic. 

Option #1:

We are offering the same type of clinic that we have had in the past 17 years.  You would receive a critique from both a UIL Adjudicator from SJCC (Richard Turner, Brian Hamlin, or Jay Thomas, which ever you request) and an experienced Contest Manager (Jay Thomas or Brian Hamlin).  This will take place on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday, March 1, 2, and/or 3.  The setup is different than options #2 or #3:

  1. You will have 50 minutes for make up.
  2. You will have 50 minutes to load in and rehearse.
  3. You will have 50 minutes to set-up, perform, and strike.
  4. You will have a 50 minute critique from an adjudicator and a contest manager.
  5. The cost will be $275.

Option #2:

This option will offer a critique from Luis, Jim or Jerry, which ever you request, and will take place on Friday and Saturday, March 4 and/or 5.  Specifics:

  1. You will have 30 minutes to load into a holding room (note: this option does not have a rehearsal period)
  2. You will have one hour to bring your set to the stage, set-up, perform, and strike to your bus.
  3. You will have a 50 minute critique from one of these two professionals.
  4. The cost will be $325.

Option #3:

This option will offer a joint critique from Luis and either Jim or Jerry, and will take place on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 3, 4, and/or 5, but on a very limited basis.  Specifics:

  1. You will have 50 minutes to load in and rehearse. 
  2. You will have one hour to bring your set to the stage, set-up, perform, and strike to your bus.
  3. You will have a 50 minute critique from BOTH of these two professionals.
  4. The cost will be $650.

The benefits of attending a workshop are obvious, but permit me to list a few:

  1. Perform on the stage that will host four Region III contests: 6A Areas (I and II), Regional 6-A, and Regional 5-A.
  2. Allow new actors a chance to travel, perform and be evaluated in a        non-competitive environment.
  3. Receive suggestions for your play right before the actual One-Act Play competition takes place.
  4. Discuss possible elements of your play that may cause One-Act disqualification with an experienced Contest Manager.

To secure your spot, you must pay by Oct. 16.  Due to "no-shows" last year, after this date, slots will be opened back up for other schools.

Hope you can join us!

Jerry   


UIL One-Act Play Competitions

U.I.L. Area 1 6A One Act Play Contest

(6 Local High Schools Continue Their Journey To State Competition!!)

April 7; Call 281-476-1828 for titles and performance times – Slocomb Auditorium

 

U.I.L. Area 2 6A One Act Play Contest

(4 Local High Schools Continue Their Journey To State Competition!!)

April 8; Call 281-476-1828 for titles and performance times – Slocomb Auditorium

 

U.I.L. Region III 3A One Act Play Contest

(6 High Schools Compete in the Final Contest Before the State Competition!!)

April 22; Call 281-476-1828 for titles and performance times – Slocomb Auditorium

 

U.I.L. Region III 6A One Act Play Contest

(6 High Schools Compete in the Final Contest Before the State Competition!!)

April 23; Call 281-476-1828 for titles and performance times – Slocomb Auditorium