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Presenting “The Hustle” With Logan Tracey!

Posted in Education, Friends of On the Square, OTSP Buzz on December 28, 2010 by On the Square Productions

Are you an actor that a bit lost as to what your next step should be? Do you have basic questions about the acting business and just want straightforward answers?  Have you been on the lookout for that affordable workshop to help guide you in this crazy business?

Well then Logan Tracey’s class “The Hustle” is exactly what you need to get organized for the new year!  2011 is just around the corner, and if you’re a working actor or even an aspiring working actor, this is that perfect first step to success.

On Saturday, January 15th, 2011 from 3-6pm at Space on White, On the Square Productions presents their first educational workshop- Logan Tracey is the talent!  She has been in the business since 2003 and had to find the path that worked from her.  Check out her website here, or visit www.logantracey.com.

To register for The Hustle visit Brown Paper Tickets at our link here.  The cost of the workshop is $30- an great deal for what’s sure to be invaluable information.

For any other questions, visit our website or email us at info@onthesquareproductions.com!

The Hustle with Logan Tracey

Saturday, Jan. 15th, 3pm-6pm

Space on White

81 White St, NYC (Tribeca)

N/Q/R/4/5/6/A/C/E to Canal Street

 

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Doug Roland is Danny Hunt in “Over Here”

Posted in Cast, Friends of On the Square, Mainstage, On the Square Productions News, OTSP Buzz on December 3, 2010 by On the Square Productions

Doug Roland has been a friend of On the Square for a long time, and we are thrilled to be working him on a main stage production!  Doug plays Danny Hunt, Patty’s son, and Nora’s brother in Over Here.  Like Nora, Danny struggles to find peace with his mother and deceased father.  Often the comic relief, Danny will both make you laugh and break your heart.

Doug Roland ( Danny – Over Here) is excited to be working with his friends at On the Square Productionsagain. Some NYC theater credits include originating the role of Elliot in Wolves (59E59 Theaters), Don Juan inDon Juan Does New Jersey (The Alternate Theater), The Brig (The Living Theater), The Pantyhose Grid (NYCFringe), Mary Brigit Poppleton is Writing a Memoir (NYC Fringe), and Muffin (Samuel French Festival). Amongother film credits, Doug recently produced, co-directed, and acted in the short film Kidwalker, which premieredat the Big Apple Film Festival at Tribeca Cinemas. Doug is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and theconservatory program at Michael Howard Studios.

To see Doug in action go here!

A Parable of A Queen

Posted in Friends of On the Square, On the Square Productions News, Reading on November 19, 2010 by On the Square Productions

Next in the On the Square Developmental Play Reading Series, A Parable of A Queen by Alex DeWitt.  A fellow Wisconsinite, we’ve gotten to know Alex through one of our professors at University of Wisconsin, Norma Saldivar.  We are thrilled to be working with Alex- not to mention a fellow cheesehead!  Here’s a brief summary of the play:

“A Parable of a Queen” is the passionate tale of a woman’s power set in an allegorical kingdom far away and long ago. It is an intricate story of intrigue, love, lust, loyalty and trust, the intersection of three people whose deep desires conflict with their duties and obligations to the court, the hierarchy and each other.

A Parable of A Queen

By Alex DeWitt, Directed by Ilana Becker

Starring:

Austin Nixon, Elizabeth Audley, Leanne Barrineau, & Zack Robidas

The Time Out New York Lounge @ New World Stages

340 W. 50th St., (between 8th and 9th), 7:30pm

$10 at the door goes to support On the Square Productions! So, come on out, grab a drink, and listen to our last reading before the holidays!  Here’s a link to our Facebook Invite!

OTSP Recommends Artist Friendly Printer!

Posted in Friends of On the Square, OTSP Buzz on November 19, 2010 by On the Square Productions

Hello faithful followers!

Rehearsals are in full swing for Monroe, Illinois: Over Here/Townie, you can visit our website or The Flea for more info.

We just got our fabulous posters and glorious postcards designed by Duane Tollison and printed by Bestype Imaging.

Bestype is awesome! Super fast, affordable and high quality.

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While in Astoria…

Posted in Friends of On the Square on November 6, 2010 by On the Square Productions

Do as the Astorians do…and all good Astorians know about the Brick Cafe on 31st Ave and 33rd St. A mixture of Mediterranean and continental cuisine, it’s both cozy and elegant at the same time. It’s definitely one of OTSP’s favorite haunts for either brunch or dinner.

There is something for everyone here. Whether its their $25 Prix Fixe Menu, their Live Music Night every Wednesday, or their upcoming Holiday Shopping night, you must make The Brick Cafe part of your Astoria experience. Also the olive spread they give you with your bread is amazing!

One of the most wonderful things about the Brick is their support of local artists. We were so lucky to work with them on Midsummer, earlier this year, as they hosted our opening night festivities. The service is superb and the drinks were flowing! Check out their menus! We will be working with them again this fall on Monroe, Illinois: Over Here/Townie. They have offered to host an Astoria Artist’s Brunch for us in the near future, so be sure and stay tuned to our blog and website for more details.

Please take the time to check out their website, http://www.brickcafe.com/ and pay a visit to one of those upcoming events. Whether its brunch or dinner- you won’t be disappointed!

OTSP Partners with THE NETWORK REHEARSAL STUDIOS

Posted in Friends of On the Square, OTSP Buzz on November 2, 2010 by On the Square Productions

Rehearsals for Monroe, Illinois: Over Here/Townie– a world premiere of two one acts by Aaron Wigdor Levy start Tuesday, November 2nd. We couldn’t be more excited as we have a fantastic cast and production team assembled. The production runs at The Flea Theater from Dec 8- Dec 21. Click here for more info!

We are thrilled to announce our rehearsal space partnership with The Network , a brand new facility which features 5 spacious and affordable studios and located in the heart of midtown at 242 west 36th street between 7th and 8th avenue on the 3rd floor. The Network is thrilled to work with artists and companies to develop new work and we are excited to be working with such a generous, supportive, talented and savvy bunch. The Network will be the official rehearsal space of On the Square productions, housing our reading rehearsals and rehearsals for In Your Image by Rob Benson which opens at 59e59 in February.

If you haven’t rehearsed at the Network yet- give it a try and tell ’em OTSP sent ya!

The Perfect Space Located in the Heart of Tribeca

Posted in Friends of On the Square, On the Square Productions News on October 27, 2010 by On the Square Productions

Hey NY Theatre-goers! Unless you’ve been living under a rock the past year and a half or so, you’ve heard of Space on White, one of the new kids on the block of New York rehearsal spaces. On the Square has had the pleasure of working with them several times now, and one thing that sets them apart from other studios, is their support of the independent theatre artists.

Located at 81 White St., it’s just down the street from The Flea Theater and Walker Space, a hot bed for independent theatre artists like OTSP. Direct from their website:

Space on White is a socially conscious space for artists located in Tribeca, New York City. Artists or organizations can rent out studios that cater to acting, music, and dance rehearsal. Our great energy and environment encourages collaboration and growth for artists and their audiences. The open, spacious designs of the spaces act as blank canvases that are committed to the artist first and foremost

Perhaps you remember the our YouTube video for the Race for Space campaign? Space on White reached out to thousands of independent theatre companies, offering free rehearsal space to anyone the folks who made the most creative video. On the Square entered and received over 2700 hits thanks to our incredible network. In addition to an art gallery, acting classes with Larry Singer, Space on White also offers an artist residency program which helps with marketing, rehearsal space, and other resources.

On the Square will be rehearsing at Space on White for Monroe, Illinois: Over Here/Townie, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to work with them!