Schedule

Registration for the Midwest Regional CITA Conference will take place from 5:00-7:00pm on Friday, October 11th.

Featured Performances will include:

  • Selections from “Pride & Prejudice” performed by Jennifer Hunter
  • Selections from “Long Day’s Journey Into Night” performed by Simone Amalio
  • “The The Earth Give Way” -a play by William Gebby performed by Taylor University Drama
  • “Meeting in Kansas” -a play by Paul Patton performed by Spring Arbor University Drama
  • “The Passion and Purpose of St. Augustine”-a dramatic portrayal of excerpts from St. Augustine’s “Confessions” performed by Paul McKinley
  • “Footprints of A Pilgrim: The Story of Ruth Graham Bell” performed by Bethel College Genesians
  • A one-woman show on the life of Flannery O’Conn0r entitled “I Write To Discover What I Know”, written by Kerry Park and performed by Jen Letherer
  • “The Great Play” performed by Cloyd & McKinley
  • “Big Fish Little Worm” performed by Rich Swingle

Featured Workshops will include:

  • Richard Young is presenting a workshop on “Shows We’ve Done & What We’ve Learned”
  • Pris McDonald is presenting a workshop on “A Group Exercise in Developing A Character”
  • Kent Brugger is presenting a workshop on “Lighting”
  • Sarah Hedeen is presenting a workshop on “Auditioning”
  • Brandon Langeland is presenting a workshop on “Scripture Performance”
  • Paul Patton is presenting a workshop on “Historical Reenactment Theatre”
  • Don Hunter is presenting a workshop on “Sound Design”
  • Sandy DiCesare is presenting a workshop on “Stage Management”
  • Pris McDonald is presenting a workshop on “Directing”
  • John Lennox is presenting a workshop on “Stage Combat.” Open to the first 35 registrants.
  • Tracy Manning is presenting a workshop on “Real Or Fake?”
  • Dawn Day is presenting a workshop on “Mime for Actors”
  • Chad Rasor is presenting a workshop on “Stage Combat”
  • Deb Freeburg is presenting a workshop on “Play writing: Heroes & Hurdles”
  • Richard Young  is presenting a workshop on “Responding To Performance-Grading Acting & Directing Assignments”