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Calendar of Events


Jun
17
6:30pm 6:30pm

"Dancing with Heroes" Annual Benefit for the American History Theater

"Dancing with Heroes" From World War I to the present, enjoy a fast-paced salute to the music and dance enjoyed by our men and women in uniform.

Open Buffet and Open Bar

Choreographed and Directed by Nicole Wooding

Music by Rick Evans and "Gickey and the Monsters"

Buy a table of 8 for $350! This discount will end on June 16th.

 
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Apr
29
10:00am10:00am

Shout and Stomp: Addressing Veteran Trauma Through Performing Arts

Join American History Theater in partnership with Cygnet Theatre for "Shout and Stomp: Addressing Veteran Trauma Through Performing Arts". This three-hour interactive workshop will feature three local performers who will share their specific and inspirational stories and the coinciding performing art which has helped them and others.

We are ecstatic to host Antonio TJ Johnson, Vietnam Veteran, and local award-winning actor/producer; Rayna Stohl, seasoned dancer, Dance Director at Canyon Crest Academy and certified therapist; and newcomer Laurissa Rudgers, newly graduated Cal State San Marcos theater major, who will perform and share her story of trauma and healing. We encourage local performers, advocates and of course veterans to attend this powerful and moving event. 

For more information please call (315) 608-1860

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Oct
10
3:00pm 3:00pm

San Diego Wine & Music

  • 15719 Las Planideras Rancho Santa Fe, CA, 92067 United States (map)
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Come and meet the Board of Directors of the American History Theater and learn about the lineup of events we're producing in our first season!

Music will be provided by Gickey & the MONSTERS

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Gickey & the MONSTERS classic repertoire moves from the 1920's through the 40's Big Band era on into the 50's, 60's, 70's, 80's continuing to present day hits.

The comedic entertainment "Lead Candy" is a dynamic ensemble that performs long form character-based improv.

Each guest should bring a dish to pass, a dessert and a bottle of wine to pass. 

An RSVP is required to attend this event. Please click below to purchase your ticket(s). 

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Jul
18
2:00pm 2:00pm

Waiting for MacArthur - Open Auditions

AMERICAN HISTORY THEATER IS HOLDING OPEN AUDITIONS!

Waiting for MacArthur

By P. Paulette MacDougal & Directed by: Hal Berry

The Story: A two-act play

An Army nurse trapped on the Philippine Island of Corregidor during World War II ponders her past and present life through a series of letters to her mother, close friend and former high school teacher. As each day passes, and the Japanese military bombardment continues, she courageously continues her work knowing that each day may be her last.

The Cast: Four Women

Annie Lou: A 22 year old nurse

Rosalie: A 21 year old best friend; immature, naive and sweet

Mama: 50-65 years old, of Prussian ancestry. She is a second-generation American

Margaret: 35-50 years old. Unmarried and unhappy teaching high school English. Annie is Lou's confidant

Auditions:

Bring resume, monologues encouraged if available. If no monologue, actor will be given part of script to read. Open interested actresses of all ages. Registration begins 30 minutes before auditions.

 

Rehearsals:

Rehearsals will begin around September 11th, 2015. The cast and director will coordinate dates, times and places once the case has been selected.

Performances:

Performances will be held at Park Avenue Community Center, 210 Park Avenue, Escondido, CA 92025

Wednesday, October 28, 2015 - 7PM

Thursday, October 29, 2015 - 7PM

Friday, October 30, 2015 - 3PM & 7PM

Saturday, October 31, 2015 - 3PM & 7PM

Additional Information:

The American History Theater, Inc. is incorporated in the state of California and has been granted its Federal 501(c)(3), non-profit status. AHT is a member of the American Association of Community Theatre. As a non-profit, educational, community theater company, AHT does not pay salaries to its actors. It does provide a stipend to assist in gas and oil expenses to be paid on the last day of the production. The amount will be announced at auditions.

For More Information

Contact Hal Berry at (314) 541-5214 or email americanhistorytheater@gmail.com

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Jul
17
7:00pm 7:00pm

Waiting for MacArthur Open Auditions

AMERICAN HISTORY THEATER IS HOLDING OPEN AUDITIONS!

Waiting for MacArthur

By P. Paulette MacDougal & Directed By: Hal Berry

The Story: A two-act play

An Army nurse trapped on the Philippine Island of Corregidor during World War II ponders her past and present life through a series of letters to her mother, close friend and former high school teacher. As each day passes, and the Japanese military bombardment continues, she courageously continues her work knowing that each day may be her last.

The Cast: Four Women

Annie Lou: A 22 year old nurse

Rosalie: A 21 year old best friend; immature, naive and sweet

Mama: 50-65 years old, of Prussian ancestry. She is a second-generation American

Margaret: 35-50 years old. Unmarried and unhappy teaching high school English. Annie is Lou's confidant

Auditions:

Bring resume, monologues encouraged if available. If no monologue, actor will be given part of script to read. Open interested actresses of all ages. Registration begins 30 minutes before auditions.

 

Rehearsals:

Rehearsals will begin around September 11th, 2015. The cast and director will coordinate dates, times and places once the case has been selected.

Performances:

Performances will be held at Park Avenue Community Center, 210 Park Avenue, Escondido, CA 92025

Wednesday, October 28, 2015 - 7PM

Thursday, October 29, 2015 - 7PM

Friday, October 30, 2015 - 3PM & 7PM

Saturday, October 31, 2015 - 3PM & 7PM

Additional Information:

The American History Theater, Inc. is incorporated in the state of California and has been granted its Federal 501(c)(3), non-profit status. AHT is a member of the American Association of Community Theatre. As a non-profit, educational, community theater company, AHT does not pay salaries to its actors. It does provide a stipend to assist in gas and oil expenses to be paid on the last day of the production. The amount will be announced at auditions.

For More Information

Contact Hal Berry at (314) 541-5214 or email americanhistorytheater@gmail.com

 

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