The theme is "Happy" and the host with the most is Beth Chasse. It's also CBC's third birthday. Victoria will make us all sing, we might blow something up and a secret field trip is planned post show. Plus: a first look at the King of Crows III poster and audition info. So start writing. And remember...plays start at Crowbait Club but they don't end there. As ever, as always...send your work out!
A terrific Deathmatch centering around a very difficult theme...
The plays submitted were:
David Body - The Interview
Jo-Anne Walton - Idiots
Delvyn Case - Scattered Ashes
Mike Cheung - Pierce
Cullen McGough - Belphagor and the Sleep Number Bed
Laura Cowie - Coffee with Chris
Zachery Fowler - Flood
Lynne Cullen - Esmerelda
Meredythe Dehne Lindsey / Rene Johnson / Bridgette Loraine - Lived Experiences
Josh Brassard - A Post Racial Bedtime Story
Chalmers Hardenbergh - Paint it Black
The following plays were chosen to be read:
The theme is Racism. The winning 10 minute script claims the 5th spot in King of Crows IV. Bring a play, act, or spectate!
Our scheduled host, "Sassy" Beth Chasse is, unfortunately, unable to attend, so the hosting duties will be shouldered by the CBC Committee as a whole. Yeah, we pretty much make this up as we go.
$5 at the door (cash only) for participants and audience members alike, and there's also a cash bar. We will see you all on 6/3!
CBC is thrilled to announce that Victoria Stubbs has been appointed to the Crowbait Club Committee.
A Crow from the begining, Victoria is a very active music educator and artist. She is a founding member of Mad Horse Theatre Company. She is also the director of the music program at PATHS and the long term music director for the Good Theater where she performs regularly. She holds a masters in piano performance from University of Southern California and has toured extensively. Most importantly, she coached and music directed CBC's musical night and founded King of Crows's infamous Murder Band.
While congratulating Victoria on her appointment to the CBCC, we would be remiss not to mention how many Crows offered their help and assistance to the Committee and volunteered to serve.
We are truly honored by your interest and willingness to be of service. Thank you.
Hey there Crows! Cullen McGough here- it is with great sadness I announce that I'm stepping down from the Crowbait Club organizing committee. Never fear, the same great show will be back again next month under your cruel, but handsome leaders: Mike Tooher, Beth Chasse. Charlie Cole and Jody Newguywassisname.
It's been a great pile of fun for me but I'm stepping down to pursue a couple of other projects including the fantastic CBC entry for Portfringe in June: "Aliens Vs. Beckett", written by me, Directed by C. Cole and starring the lovely Beth Chasse. (https://www.facebook.com/events/335078583368730/?ref=5)
I hope to see you all again at one of the monthly Deathmatches, but next time I'll just be another poor slob hoping to get my name pulled from the bucket.
Thank you all!
We're back! April 1st is our next live theatrical deathmatch with the theme "Just Desserts" (or maybe Just Deserts) starring YOU and your original ten-minute play. Our host for the evening is the unrepeatable Jody McColman and we welcome you to join us.
Doors open 7:30, the show runs from 8-10pm at Mayo St. Arts. $5 cover, cash bar.
The theme for March was "Upright and Locked Position" and the special requirement was that all 10-minute plays must include a musical number. Original lyrics, spoken/sung to either: "Tomorrow" (from Annie) or "My Favorite Things" (From the Sound of Music.) Our special thanks to Victoria Stubbs, our lovely and talented accompanist.
Eight brave playwrights took up the challenge:
We're back in March for another live theater deathmatch!
The theme for March is "Upright and Locked Position"
SPECIAL REQUIREMENT: All 10-minute plays must include a musical number. Original lyrics, spoken/sung to either: "Tomorrow" (from Annie) or "My Favorite Things" (From the Sound of Music.) The ever-talented Victoria Stubbs will be on hand to accompany your piece with the piano.
We hope to see you there!