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Hey peoples..if you live in the Montgomery area we have an awesome opening reception for the dual show of George Taylor and Durand Seay from 5-8:30 @ Stonehenge Gallery…be there :P

From the Editor’s Desk: Theatre, Get the Who, What, When and Where for AuditionsWith so many audition calls, River Region Arts thought we would let you know that one of our features on our upcoming website (to launch this coming week) will be an ‘audition’ section. For those interested in auditioning for the numerous plays and musicals in our area, you will be able to visit our site and in a glance learn which theatres are holding auditions. We hope this will be a helpful feature and you will make us The Place to visit for all your arts information! Thank you for your continuing support!

From the Editor’s Desk: Theatre, Get the Who, What, When and Where for Auditions

With so many audition calls, River Region Arts thought we would let you know that one of our features on our upcoming website (to launch this coming week) will be an ‘audition’ section. For those interested in auditioning for the numerous plays and musicals in our area, you will be able to visit our site and in a glance learn which theatres are holding auditions. We hope this will be a helpful feature and you will make us The Place to visit for all your arts information! Thank you for your continuing support!

Don’t miss The Montgomery Chorale’s Holiday Concert 2012 this Friday and Sunday at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts. Click on the video for more details. RRA feature writer, Michael P. Howley reports..

Photography: River Region Arts would like to encourage everyone to check out River Region artist, Elmore Inscoe Demott. Her photography is both visually stunning and inspiring. Ms. Demott excels at the art of turning ordinary things into
extraordinary works of art by focusing on line, shape, texture, form and color. Her work tends to have a single theme or idea, and because clutter is kept to a minimum, her photos are simple, true, and sincere. 
A variety of her pieces can be seen at  http://www.elmoredemott.com/ Please visit her FB page (Elmore Inscoe Demott) where she posts her latest creations. Custom orders are always welcomed. To pick something up today there is a great selection in the Stonehenge Frame Shop. She has worked on metal, acrylic and fine art paper with pigmented inks. Commissions and portrait sessions are welcomed.

Photography: 

River Region Arts would like to encourage everyone to check out River Region artist, Elmore Inscoe Demott. Her photography is both visually stunning and inspiring. Ms. Demott excels at the art of turning ordinary things into

extraordinary works of art by focusing on line, shape, texture, form and color. Her work tends to have a single theme or idea, and because clutter is kept to a minimum, her photos are simple, true, and sincere. 

A variety of her pieces can be seen at  http://www.elmoredemott.com/ Please visit her FB page (Elmore Inscoe Demott) where she posts her latest creations. Custom orders are always welcomed. To pick something up today there is a great selection in the Stonehenge Frame Shop. She has worked on metal, acrylic and fine art paper with pigmented inks. Commissions and portrait sessions are welcomed.

At ASF tickets for “MacBeth” are now on saleThe shadow of three witches dominates this supernatural tale of ambition’s twisted path. Set for higher glory, star couple Macbeth and his lady become trapped in a cycle of murder, deceit and treachery. A thrilling new staging of this ultimate quest for power.Recommended for ages 13+. 
Jan. 25 - Feb. 9; May 10 and May 18, 2013 Call 334.271.5353 / 1.800.841.4273 for tickets orvisit the website at the link below http://www.asf.net/Plays-and-Shows/Macbeth.aspx

At ASF tickets for “MacBeth” are now on sale

The shadow of three witches dominates this supernatural tale of ambition’s twisted path. Set for higher glory, star couple Macbeth and his lady become trapped in a cycle of murder, deceit and treachery. A thrilling new staging of this ultimate quest for power.

Recommended for ages 13+. 

Jan. 25 - Feb. 9; May 10 and May 18, 2013 

Call 334.271.5353 / 1.800.841.4273 for tickets or
visit the website at the link below http://www.asf.net/Plays-and-Shows/Macbeth.aspx
At the Cloverdale Playhouse House:"Season’s Greetings" tickets on sale!

At the Cloverdale Playhouse House:

"Season’s Greetings" tickets on sale!

ASU Theatre opens “Richard III” tonight through November 17Alabama State University’s Department of Theatre Arts has brought to life one of classical theater’s most beloved villains in Shakespeare’s “King Richard III.” The play is directed by ASU faculty member Brian Martin and runs Nov. 7-17 at 7 p.m. nightly in ASU’s Leila Barlow Theatre. In “King Richard III,” the medieval king of England 
cuts through politics, power-mongers and even his own family to ascend and wear the crown. Before he makes his last moves to seal his position and enjoy the fruits of his ill-gotten gain, something stirs in him that stops him in his tracks — his conscience.The play is based on the same King Richard III who remains were supposedly unearthed in England last month. Experts stress that the remains must be subjected to rigorous DNA testing, to be undertaken over the next three months, to be sure if it is him. But they say the discovery is a potentially historic moment.”Richard III, who was bitter about his physical deformity, died in battle in 1485 when he was 32.General admission to play is $8 and $6 for ASU students. Tickets are available by calling 334-229-6929.

ASU Theatre opens “Richard III” tonight through November 17

Alabama State University’s Department of Theatre Arts has brought to life one of classical theater’s most beloved villains in Shakespeare’s “King Richard III.” The play is directed by ASU faculty member Brian Martin and runs Nov. 7-17 at 7 p.m. nightly in ASU’s Leila Barlow Theatre. 

In “King Richard III,” the medieval king of England 

cuts through politics, power-mongers and even his own family to ascend and wear the crown. Before he makes his last moves to seal his position and enjoy the fruits of his ill-gotten gain, something stirs in him that stops him in his tracks — his conscience.

The play is based on the same King Richard III who remains were supposedly unearthed in England last month. Experts stress that the remains must be subjected to rigorous DNA testing, to be undertaken over the next three months, to be sure if it is him. But they say the discovery is a potentially historic moment.”
Richard III, who was bitter about his physical deformity, died in battle in 1485 when he was 32.

General admission to play is $8 and $6 for ASU students. Tickets are available by calling 334-229-6929.