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The Circuit: Round 3! Apply for Student Harold Teams!
The next round of The Circuit begins in May! The Circuit features Harold teams made-up of both current Magnet students and veteran performers. Anyone who has completed Magnet Level 3 or higher (and is not currently on a Megawatt team or in Team Performance Workshop) can apply. Performers will be chosen randomly by lottery. Teams will rehearse weekly with a coach and have a 3 month run of shows on Friday nights at the Studio Theater.
Apply now by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline to apply is April 15th.
Current and former Circuit performers speak up! Let the world know how awesome it is.
The Circuit features improv ensembles made-up of both current Magnet students and veteran Magnet performers. Every Friday at 10PM, three Circuit teams take the stage at our Studio Theater (259 West 30th Street) and perform the classic longform structure, The Harold!
This rounds teams will be performing starting next Friday into April. They are
Coach: Jamie Rivera (Junior Varsity)
Coach: Matt Shafeek (Phooka)
Coach: Rick Andrews (Brick)
Coach: Nick Kanellis (Trike)
Coach: Elana Fishbein (Featherweight)
Coach: Charlie Whitcroft (The Boss)
Tonight, some of the funniest women in New York City combine their forces for an improv comedy event at the Magnet Theater. Megan Gray will be the host and 13 lady improvisers might just kiss if youre lucky. At the very least you will fall out of your chair laughing. Tonight at 10PM, make your reservations now.
The Magnet is excited to announce our newest Megawatt teams, all of which to debut this Wednesday at 7, 8:30 and 10PM. Congrats to all the new comers and thank you for your hard work and dedication to the theater, we look forward to watching you! This has been arguably one of our most competitive audition rounds ever. Everyone listed has been through the rigors of our training program and they are ready to make you fall on the ground laughing. All performers who are new to being on a house team at the Magnet are in BOLD.
New Team Brick (debuts 11/3 @ 10PM)
- Rick Andrews
- Tim Eberle (previously on Lead McEnroe)
- Julia Hynes
- Fiona Mallek
- Joe Miles
- Amie Roe
- Jamaal Sedayao (previously on Strider)
- Jed Teres (previously on Commando)
New Team Teal (debuts 11/3 @ 8:30PM)
- Kimberly Ferguson
- Lulu French
- Federico Garduño
- Michael Kroll
- Scott Markman (previously on Strider)
- Desiree Nash
- Lauren Smith (previously on Strider)
- Matt J Weir (previously on Strider)
New Team Tangerine (debuts 11/3 @ 7PM)
- Dan Benjamin
- Maryanne Farrell
- David Gonyo
- James Heslop
- Joel Jones (previously on King Canute)
- Don Romaniello (previously on Strider)
- Michael Short (previously on King Canute)
- Andrew Yurman-Glaser
Starting tonight at our Studio Theater on 30th Street is The Circuit! We brought together many of our amazing improv students to form teams that will have a limited run on Friday nights! The fun starts tonight at 10pm. You will see some great comedy from teams like:
Coach: Alex Marino
Coach: Megan Gray
Coach: Jon Bander
Mary Beth Albers
Coach: Dave Warth
Jason Scott Quinn
Team of Horses
Coach: Chet Siegel
*team names subject to change
259 West 30th Street, New York, NY
Dearly Beloved performs The Wake, an improvisational form developed by Alex Marino and originally performed by the Necropolitans many years ago. From the invocation of a name pulled from the obituary pages, Dearly Beloved gives the recently deceased their final chance to have their story told on stage through a series of improvised scenes. With scenes that vary from the side splitting hilarious to the gut-wrenchingly tragic, Dearly Beloved invites you to celebrate the life and death of a complete stranger.
They have two shows in September. One of which is tomorrow (Tuesday) night at 7:00pm.
FACE is tonight at 7pm! Treat yourself, this show is awesome.
Comedic, dramatic, and jazz improv so surreally compelling that by the end, you leave wishing you could see what they come up with next.
Daniel Kelly, www.nytheatre.com
What differentiates this show from any other Ive seen is the stunning collaboration between the actors and a live jazz trio onstage. The strength of FACE is their extraordinary ability to tune into each other, thereby keeping the audience enthralled by both the unique concept of the show and its execution.
Katherine Heller, www.newyorkcool.com
the cast is clearly having fun, and the pace never lags for long
FACE is a breezy, amusing diversion.
Vanessa Anderson, Time Out New York
FACE is improv at its most beautiful.
Katherine Heller, www.newyorkcool.com
FACE Improvs performance at the Galapagos Art Space screamed of talent overload, with music, laughter and spontaneity pouring out the door of the tiny space
as the musicians embellished each minute of the show with their equally theatrical and relevant jazz.
Jennifer Pelly, The Fordham Observer
Adam Wade will be a guest monologist tonight for Junior Varsitys 10pm show. Thursday Night Out starts in less than two hours, get over to the Magnet and check it out.
Pope! The Musical ran at the Magnet Theater throughout the past year and was accepted as a New York International Fringe Festival pick. After a few performances the reviews have been extremely positive!
Its wacky. Its a family affair. And its proof that the musical is not dead. The Wall Street Journal
With the help of a very game cast and a great sense of playfulness, Pope! wins the hearts of the audience through its commitment to the comedy and the clear enthusiasm of the participants – NYTheatre.com
Festival Highlight – The New Yorker
Holy Moly! Justin Moran (Book & Lyrics) and Christopher Pappas (Music) have written a terrific and thoroughly entertaining soft rock score for Pope! – Talk Entertainment
Congrats to the whole Pope! cast and Justin Moran (Author book/lyrics) and Christopher Pappas (Author Music).
You can still see the show at the FRINGE today at Lucille Lortel Theatre (3:15PM) and on Saturday August 28th at 5:15pm!