Thank you to all who came out to the board elections! Without further ado, I present you with your FUTURE LEADERS OF CAP:
President – Jonothan Long
VP/Artistic Director – Vic Versprille
Treasurer – Christen Demnitz
Secretary – Cody Martin
Business Manager – Sabrina Berg
Publicity Coordinator – Megan Couillard
Historian – Angelina Dixon
Congratulations to all! I am very excited to see the great things to come from CAP with this kind of leadership.
*Webmaster and Technican Director applicants will be accepted on a rolling basis until the end of MAY (5.31.12) and will be selected by the Superboard (current and future CAP Executive Board) and notified of appointed by June 6.30.12. If you wish to apply for either of these positions, the following is a description of the position:
Technican Director - As tech director, you shall oversee the technical aspects of all CAP shows and events by working closely with directors and coordinators. These aspects include but are not limited to lighting, sound, and large set pieces. The CAP prop closet is your domain and you may use any means approved by the board to enforce its upkeep. You construct your team of tech-savy personnel and get your own personal thanks after every performance.
Webmaster - As webmaster, you create and maintain the organization’s website (this one) as well as maintain its listserv (CAP_list emails). The relevant information you see here (as determined by the board) is what you make available to all members who seek out the website. It is important that this is current, accurate, and fun to look at.
Tech Director is a voting member and is required to attend board meetings once a week (traditionally on Sundays 9:30pm). Webmaster is encouraged to attend these meetings if he wishes to have the same voting priviledges as the rest of the executive board.
Please include the following in your applications:
The Basics – name, CAP involvement, student/work committments
Qualifications – what knowledge or experience do you possess that makes you a potential candidate? (i.e. Tech director – helping with prev shows helps/Webmaster – knowing how to type code also helps).
Simple Yes/No Question – WILL YOU COMMITT TO ATTENDING MEETINGS EVERY SUNDAY 9:30PM (during the semester, excludes common holidays)?
ONE FINAL NOTE:
Come See Wacky Hijinks 2012! This weekend is your last chance to see the original sketch comedy artists at work in their very own sketches, written, produced and performed by none other than themselves! Friday and Saturday April 27th-28th, 2012 8pm in Scott Hall 135 on College Avenue Campus (Rutgers – on the corner of Hamilton St and College Ave across from the Grease Trucks).
-That is all,
Charlene Wiencke CAP President 2011-2012
The 2012 CAP Board Elections have been rescheduled to this THURSDAY, APRIL 26TH, 2012 9PM. Same Place: Scott Hall 135. I encourage those of you who have interest in being the future leaders of this fun-tastic organization to step forward and run for office. Here are the basics:
*You cannot nominate yourself, so please, let it be known that you intend to run.
*You must be a CAP member or alumnus to vote in the elections. That means you must have been involved in a CAP show in the past year (2011-2012), gone to (at least) ONE general interest meeting in 2011-2012 or graduated as a member of CAP in the past (alumni).
*The nominees for positions MUST accept their nominations to run.
Voting is done after a campaign period where each candidate makes their speech about how they would be a good board member and after a short Q&A from the general membership, they are asked to leave the room.
Once a decision is reached, the candidates are invited back in and the winner is announced. The newly elected board members will join the current 2011-2012 board to become… THE SUPERBOARD! I wish you all the best of luck and I cannot wait to see the new faces of the CAP board and KNOW that the future of CAP will be AWESOME!
-See you all there,
CAP President 2011-2012
Keep in mind…If you don’t vote, the TERRORISTS WIN.
Hey, guys! Don’t forget to come see our next upcoming show, Sylvia by A.R. Gurney!
Directed by Tonia Jagodnik
Assistant Directed by Victoria Versprille
*Presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York
SCOTT HALL 135 at 9PM January 18th & 19th!
Hey EVERYBODY! Yes…EVERYBODY! If you want to become involved in CAP the number ONE way to do so is to audition for the two Spring 2012 Season Shows:
Sylvia – written by A.R. Gurney and directed by Tonia Jagodnik & VIc Versprille.
Uberman: an original Superhero Musical, written by Alexander Ashrafi and Christopher Luminello. Directed by Alexander Ashrafi.
FIND A FRIEND, cause the auditions for Sylvia will be in pairs and the director(s) of Uberman request a few (16-32) bars of a song be prepared in the genre of ROCK!
Auditions will be held in Scott Hall 135 at 9pm and will continue until the last of those auditioning parties disperse.
Have you thought about what you’re going to eat for dinner this evening!? Think NO MORE! CAP cordially invites you all to enjoy an evening of free pizza with a side of GENERAL INTEREST MEETING! THIS VERY EVENING IN SCOTT HALL 135 on COLLEGE AVE CAMPUS, 9:00pm. If you have questions about what The College Avenue Players are and what they do, or questions about how to get involved, OR EVEN questions about what kind of pizza will be available, we encourage you to come, raise your hand and get those questions answered! Come meet us, eat with us, ask your questions and hopefully become a part of the organization!
-See you there!
- The Players
I just wanted to send out a reminder that you have ONE MORE WEEKEND to see the brilliant College Avenue Players perform Fuddy Meers!
The rules are the same for every show so far: 5 dollars for students and 8 dollars for non students!
Let’s make this upcoming weekend even more successful than it already has been ! But don’t just take my word for it, read some RAVE REVIEWS:
“I thought it was really funny,” some guy said
“Yeah me too,” that guys friend asserted.
“I really liked the puppet.” everyone in the audience agreed.
“It was pretty alright, I guess,” affirmed my roommate.
“I really liked when that dragon attacked all those orphan puppies. But I think there were too many Asians cast. ” gushed the voices in my head.
COME TO THIS THING.
Hey Everyone! The heading pretty much says it all! This weekend is YOUR LAST CHANCE to see this duo of absurdity take place on the stage of Scott Hall 135. A sincere thanks goes out to those who have already attended the show and given the following feedback:
“I thought that [Guy] in the first one, the one with the line, was really good.”
“[So-and-so] did great!”
We thank you for your support as an organization. So please, tell your friends, your family, people you are uncomfortable smashed up next to on the Rutgers buses… there will be two more shows this coming weekend! Same time. Same place.
November 18th & 19th Scott Hall 135 8pm. Tickets are $5 for students and $8 for all else.
- See you there!
So it’s been a while since Comic Relief. Come stave off your CAP withdrawal by coming out to see A NIGHT OF ONE ACTS: Featuring LINE and THE BALD SOPRANO! Directed by the glamorous Vic Versprille (Line) and the unstoppable duo of Rebecca Keller and Pat Dixon (Bald Soprano).
The question remains, WHERE CAN ONE GO TO ENJOY SUCH A NIGHT OF ABSURD COMEDY! ANSWER: Scott Hall 135 at 8pm THIS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY! Scott Hall is located on The College Ave Campus of Rutgers University of New Brunswick – located at 43 College Avenue in New Brunswick, NJ 08901 (for those of you with a GPS).
See you all there! Remember, this is the OPENING WEEKEND. You’ll have two more chances to see NIGHT OF ONE ACTS, NEXT FRIDAY AND SATURDAY – November 18th and 19th, same time, same place!