Friday, April 27, 2012

Fw: Purple Rose Theatre @pntheatre Stage Manager Reveals What Happens Behind the Scenes via @chelsealibrary

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Purple Rose Theatre Company Interactive Workshop


Purple Rose Theatre Company

This workshop will be led by Purple Rose Theatre Company Resident Stage Manager, Stephanie Buck, who will reveal the biggest mystery in the theatre world: "What does a Stage Manger do?"  


She'll provide inside information on the training, the tasks and the procedures of working behind the scenes on a professional production, and challenge audience members to try their hand at various tasks: from executing a quick   costume change, to rehearsal duties like taking line notes and blocking notes. Other PRTC artists will be involved for demonstrations and a Q&A.



Saturday, May 5 | 10:30am-1pm 
McKune Room | Register  

Michigan and the Civil War 


 Oh Could They But Speak Join Civil War Historian George Till for a program on Michigan's involvement in the Civil War. The presentation will cover Chelsea's involvement in the war and will include a viewing of the short film Oh, Could They But Speak. The film centers on the importance of Michigan's Civil War battle flags and the work done to conserve them.

Tuesday, May 22 | 7-8:30pm 
McKune Room | Register < /strong> 

Friends of the Library Book Sale 


Friends of the Chelsea District Library logoThousands of beautiful books, CDs, DVDs, ,audio books and other items are available for purchase. Proceeds from the sales are used to support the Library. Stop by the Friendly Book Shelves, always available in the lobby for a great selection of "like-new" books at bargain prices.

Saturday, May 12 | 10am-3pm
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