The Intermountain Desert Regional Section will hold its first Mini Conference July 21 and 22 hosted by Southern Utah University and The Utah Shakespearean Festival in Cedar City, Utah.
Seminars will include: The Art of Managing People, Developing a Production at the Utah Shakespearean Festival, Resume Doctor for Young Technicians, and Working on a Touring Production.
Workshops will include Molding and Casting, Arena Rigging, Wireless Mics, Hair and Make-up, Website Portfolios, and Learn How to Ventilate.
Other events will include a display of member portfolios along with a meet and greet. There will be opportunities to observe the change over from the matinee to the evening productions in the Randall Theatre on both days as well as all of the free literary and production seminars, play orientations, and costume displays offered by The Utah Shakespearean Festival.
USITT IMD Mini Conference participants will receive a discount on tickets for any of the plays showing that weekend by mentioning USITT IMD Conference when ordering tickets at 1-800-PLAYTIX or www.bard.org.
Most important, for all IMD section members, is the annual business meeting 9 a.m. Saturday, July 22. Participation is requested so all section members can participate in voting for future officers, discussing business from the USITT National Office, and planning the future of the section. Check the latest newsletter for more detailed information.
For more information on travel, lodging, and driving directions to the Utah Shakespearean Festival and Cedar City, visit www.bard.org. For more detailed information on the USITT IMD Mini Conference, including registration information and fees, visit the Intermountain Desert web site at www.intermountain.usitt.org.
Membership in the Intermountain Desert Section is not required to attend this Mini Conference. Check the website for more information.