Cal Shakes’Favorite Sweet Young Things

Oh, how we love our interns around here. They dress up like zombies and space cowboys for our silly Shindigs, answer the audition hotline, teach us old folks about the Awkward Turtle and T.M.I. Turkey, and generally are the Scotch tape that that binds this nonprofit arts organization together.
I even heard a rumor that at least one of them actually reads this blog.
So of COURSE it’s my great pleasure to point out that, this coming Monday, the Cal Shakes Intern Company will be reimagining a classic of their own:
Come see the interns of Cal Shakes as
Rough ‘n Ready Players
SAVAGE/LOVE written by Sam Shepard and Joseph Chaikin
Three shows only.
Date: 12/10/2007
Times: 5:30, 7, and 8:30 PM
Location: Oakopolis Creativity Center
447 25th St. Oakland, CA94612 in between Broadway and Telegraph
To RSVP: email Daunielle Rasmussen
(510) 548-3422×133
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0 Responses to Cal Shakes’Favorite Sweet Young Things

  1. Anonymous says:

    >Soon I will have an official CalShakes Intern blog of my own and I will therefore be your blog sibling!I am SUCH a big calshakesbullpen blog fan. We need to think of a name for the fans of the bullpen blog. Like bullpinheads. I don’t know, I’ll brainstorm and we’ll compare notes later.PEACE AND LOVE Derek

  2. joy says:

    >yay Daunielle! yay Derek! what a great idea. Hope it went awesomely…wish i could have seen it!

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