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|Friday, October 23rd, 2009|
The Rocky Horror Commedia Show!! Tonight & Tomorrow!
It's not Just a Jump to the Left
when you have Fools in Fishnets!!
Especially not when it's the second most risque
show we have ever done! The Confused Greenies
are going drag in The Rocky Horror Commedia Show
, our musical spoof celebrating the *10th* anniversary of the tradition of the CWRU Film Society's Rocky Horror live shadow-cast, Voyeuristic Intentions
(because it wasn't a tradition until its second year!).
Capitano Francfaroné has his eye (and some other body parts) on the young heroine Lesbia but she only has eyes for her fiancé, Virginio (yes, they do not yet know just how confused they are!). With Capitano throwing a party to distract celebrate the occasion of their engagement, his abused servant Riff-Rella convincing him of a certain kind of fashion sense that attracts Lesbia, rival scientist Dottore Scotiano's out-of-this-world paranoia, lessons learned from the exotic tap-dancing Columbina, and patchwork clad Zansylvanians it's bound to be a night you will not soon forget!
Join the Patchwork Players Parody Perversion
for our very first musical
production - at least if the foolish harlequin Arlecchino can get the songs right!Two
Shows! Both Free
! Tonight, Friday October 23
and tomorrow Saturday October 24
, both days at 9:00pm
. Meet us in Nord Hall - and we'll take you somewhere special!
For more info, video, photographs, and a cast list, please visit: http://filer.case.edu/org/commedia/plays/2009-10-24_RHCS.html
And don't forget the Voyeuristic Intentions
show on Hallowe'en, October 31, at midnight in Strosacker Auditorium! But arrive early for the Pre-Show De-Virginization Games! And thanks to the CWRU Japan Connection
for letting us go on seconds after their weekly anime meeting!
See you soon - especially depending upon the Rocky Horror dress code!
The Confused Greenies - the Greatest, Loudest, and Most Pompous Commedia dell'Arte troupe at Case Western Reserve University
i Verdi Confusi - the Greatest of the Newest Commedia dell'Arte troupe in Northern Oaken of the Midrealmhttp://filer.case.edu/org/commedia/ Current Mood: excited
|Friday, April 24th, 2009|
"Dottore Who & the Three Locks of Time"
The Confused Greenies
are ending our biggest semester to date with our biggest show to date - Dottore Who & the Three Locks of Time
, a silly sci-farce that parodies any science-fiction we can get our hands on!
After a preview at Notacon 6
last week, we're holding three free performances in Nord Atrium
!Friday 4/24 - 9:00pm (tonight!)
Saturday 4/25 - 8:00pm (after Springfest)
Sunday 4/26 - 2:00pm (matinee)Dottore Who
has received a warning from his future self that the fate of the Multiverse is in peril! And somehow only Dottore's companion, the hapless harlequin Arlecchino
can save it! Can Dottore find the Three Locks of Time
to fulfill Arlecchino's destiny? Will Starship Capitano James T. Testosteroné
thwart him just to prove he's the only protector this Multiverse needs? Will the Imperial Zanni-Troopers
of the Galactic Generic Overlordly Persons
ever actually hit a target? And can the green-skinned alien Companion Colombina
keep her dearest love Flavio
from his sudden but inevitable death as a Red-Shirt
Only the Patchwork of Time & Space & Foolery
will tell!!( Visual Evidence - photographs and video!!Collapse )
|Sunday, March 29th, 2009|
bike related stuff
So spring is here, and it's time to do more on the bicycle.
Can anyone recommend a good bike shop close to campus? I ride a recumbent, if that matters, and my shifters need some work - probably not more than a good thorough cleaning, but it's not something I've done myself before. (And I'd like to pick up some new summer weight gloves, but they have to be just the right ones... y'know, stuff.)
And can anyone recommend more general resources? Mostly I've been running errands on my bike, but I'd like to start doing longer rides. Hiking has been one of my long beloved hobbies, and what I'd like to work up to is a moderate ride, to a hike, possible overnight, hike back, ride home sort of thing. Particularly places with interesting flora and fungi. (Bonus for places without too much of a history of industry...) Basically, I want to do more hiking, and biking, but I don't want to do more driving. Of course, this all kind of makes it sound like I have a life, and of course in fact I do not. But still, it's nice to think about the life I'd have if I had a life.
|Monday, February 9th, 2009|
Masquerade Dance & Carnevale on Valentine's Day!
On Saturday, February 14
- aka Valentines's Day
- 6:30pm to 11:00pm
in Thwing Ballroom
- we (The Confused Grenies
) are holding our first Masquerade Dance
! Because how else can you make masked improvised comedy even zanier? Send them to a masquerade ball! And it's been a annual tradition since 2005 to perform at La Dolce Vita
(the Italian culture club) Carnevale Celebrations
, we invited them to join us this year for a combined event!
At 7:00pm we will be putting on a brand new farce of disguises, confusion, and meta-fiction (think a failed-play-within-a-play) called Mask-Taken Identities
which might be our wackiest comedy yet! Right afterward will be other musical and performance acts throughout the evening. Later in the night the floor will be open for dancing!
La Dolce Vita is bringing a feast of food from Corbo's Bakery in Little Italy and there are various contests scheduled including a costume contest. We'll have some mask making tables set-up since it is a masquerade! Oh, should I mention the entire night - the food, the entertainment, the dancing - is all free
So if you want to be romantic on V-day, we have dancing and fun performances! If you want to ignore this commercialized holiday, we have free food and fun performance! We hope to see you there!http://filer.case.edu/org/commedia/ Current Mood: cheerful
|Friday, January 30th, 2009|
The Confused Greenies present: "The Lady Who Was Believed Dead"
The Confused Greenies will be holding an encore performance of The Lady Who Was Believed Dead
on Saturday, January 31, 6:00pm
at Amasa Stone Chapel
. This commedia (masked, semi-improvisational slapstick comedy) was originally created by the greatest commedia troupe in history, i Gelosi, who were inspired by the same stories that William Shakespeare used for Romeo & Juliet
- but this play begins with the tragic "death" (a fake funeral) and ends in comedy! Poster
You can get a taste with these prelude scenes: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sFI-dBfC6v8
And in just over two weeks is our first Masquerade Dance on Valentine's Day in Thwing Ballroom. We are joining with La Dolce Vita's Carnevale celebration! We are scheduling performers in addition to our own original play. If you or a group you're with would like to perform, please email us.
Stay warm and stay amused!
The Confused Greenies - the Greatest, Loudest, and Most Pompous Commedia dell'Arte troupe at Case Western Reserve Universityhttp://filer.case.edu/org/commedia/ Current Mood: bouncy
|Saturday, January 17th, 2009|
|Friday, October 3rd, 2008|
Looking for something to do tonight?
Just in case ya find yerself in Ohio City tonight... TONIGHT, anytime after 7pm…join the Fagowees Ski Club on a FAB Pub Crawl
around West 25th, in Ohio City!
Get your wrist band at The Old Angle, lower level…and check it out!
We have the lower level all night and will be sportin info, raffles,
apps and tiara's! (ok. well, your queen will have a tiara. Not so
Need a reason to attend?
How about ten!
- Help lil peeps get on the Brandywine slopes! Proceeds go to Three Trackers of Ohio! (www.3trackers.org)
- Raffles!!! Prizes!!! (THANK you BMBW and Fagowee Merchandise Team!)
- Free Apps! (while they last!) at The Angle AND ABC!
- Crawl Peeps Beer specials at the Angle!
- 50 Cents off Beers for Crawlers at ABC!
- Cento's Pomme Frittes at happy hour price ALL NIGHT LONG! Plus Bevvie specials!
- Garage bar has your martini fix! Martini and beer pricing ONLY fo rthe crawlers!
- HAVE YOUR SUPPER at Touch!!! FAB food…and 25% off of that fabulous food ALL NIGHT LONG! Plus wine and brewski specials!Wanna see a menu? http://www.touchohiocity.com/ OH YUMMO! (hint, the 9:30 raffle is at Touch…so grab some grub!)
- Wrist bands are cool!
- HELP SELL THECLUB! Incentives for those sportin wrist bands to goout and return with folks they meet during the night…and get THEM tojoin in on the crawl!
All info is on the web! (parking info, cab numbers, more info on
specials…) So…CHECK IT OUT!
Let's show Ohio City how we ROLL! See you tonight!http://www.fagowees.org/docs/20081003_PubCrawl.pdf Current Mood: bouncy
|Wednesday, April 30th, 2008|
Ooooo lala...a survey!
my limerick lovin' office mate....heres the scoop:
Hey guys…my officemate BEN-Jammin is GRADUATING in two weeks. *please don’t leave me ben!*
Anyhooo…for part of his MBA final project thingie, he is collecting data.
I know you all LOVEEEEEEEEE when tech support is outsourced to india *grin* so, if you would be so kind as to give your honest opinions via the survey link below, it would help him out a lot.
The survey closes tomorrow (Thursday) night, so if you get a chance…please take a minute to fill it out.https://filer.case.edu/survey/entry.jsp?id=1209510739382
PS: I will post this on LJ personal and cwru (i think he put it on forum.case...)/FB and MS…sorry for the dupes. Current Mood: geeky
|Tuesday, April 22nd, 2008|
|Friday, April 11th, 2008|
TODAY IS THE DAY!
TODAY IS THE DAY!The Banff Mountain Film Festival Tour
HAS ARRIVED IN CLEVELAND!!! yeahhhhhhhhhh!
Local Banff 2008 Sponsors & Exhibitors:
Balanced Living Magazine
Cleveland Metro Ski Council
Cuyahoga Valley National Park Assoc.
Fagowees Ski and Snowboard Club
Great Lakes Brewing Co.
Main Street Cupcakes
Mustard Seed Market & Café
The Wave 107.3
Western Reserve Land Conservancy
wanna go? its not too late to get tix!
if you do, be sure to stop by the fagowees booth and say hey :) (yes, we are right next to the beer. lol) Current Mood: bouncy
|Tuesday, April 8th, 2008|
Case in the New York Times
This? This does not make Case look good.
“So I take a picture of a broad, you know, a good-looking girl, and her name and phone number are loaded in my phone — I’d pay five bucks a month for that,” a male student commented, according to the university’s recording of the class in February."
On the other hand, I would have definately paid 2 cents to know when the next Greenie would be there. Also, love that apathy is one of the main reasons that students aren't using it.
|Monday, April 7th, 2008|
Banff Mountain Film Fest Goes CARbonless this year!
This year, travel for audience members who come to the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour in Cleveland, Ohio, on Friday, April 11 and Saturday, April 12 will be made carbon neutral through the use of carbon credits. These credits will be permanently retired to the Clean Air Conservancy Trust and can be viewed at www.cleanairconservancy.org
To celebrate it’s 11th year, the local festival introduces a number of green initiatives designed to conserve, support and enlighten. Festival goers who carpooled, used mass transit, biked or walked to the BMFF can sign up at a large “Go Green” poster board and be eligible to win a Mountain Hardwear sleeping bag or a pair of Leki hiking poles. Green raffles will take place each night: Friday’s will benefit Cuyahoga Valley National Park Association’s maintenance of the Towpath Trail and Saturday’s will benefit City Fresh, a program that develops neighborhood food centers. A literature table at the event will include free magazines, brochures and flyers devoted to recycling and Earth Day events.
In addition to the usual fare of adventure and extreme sport films, the 2008 line-up includes inspiring environmental films, such as Searching for the Coast Wolves, the story of an ex-world champion cross-country skier who devotes six years to the scientific study of the mysterious coast wolves in the wilds, Trial & Error, about mountain biking in the coastal mountains of British Columbia that are slated for clearcut logging and Badgered, an animated short that won “Best Film on Mountain Environment.”
The festival features a reception each evening and showcases different films both nights. Friday’s Opening Night Reception includes appetizers, beer and dessert. Appetizers are also served Saturday and on tap for both nightly receptions are complimentary Red Bull and Caribou Coffee in addition to exhibits for outdoor enthusiasts from 6:00-7:30 p.m.
The Banff Mountain Film Festival is brought to Cleveland by On the Edge Films and is sponsored by Cleveland Metroparks, Geiger’s, Spin, Mustard Seed Market & Café, Chipotle, Great Lakes Brewing Co., Cleveland Cupcake Co., Green Clean, Willoughby Brewing Co., Main Street Cupcakes, 107.3 The Wave, Cleveland Magazine and Balanced Living Magazine. The festival is held at the Allen Theatre at Playhouse Square Center, 1407 Euclid Ave. in downtown Cleveland.
Tickets to the BMFF, held at the Allen Theatre at Playhouse Square Center are $35 for Friday and $30 for Saturday and may be purchased on-line at www.theedgefilms.com or at Playhouse Square Center. For additional information, and film selections, go to www.theedgefilms.com or call 216-556-0016. Films are rated PG-13. Partial proceeds from the local festival benefit City Fresh. Current Mood: excited
|Wednesday, April 2nd, 2008|
|Saturday, January 19th, 2008|
Drilling for Natural Gas at Squire Valleevue Farm
Hey guys-- it appears that someone is attempting to drill for natural gas at the farm. Whats worse is that they are trying to sneak it under the radar leaving the farm committee out of the decision process. We are trying to get alumni and current students to write the university and ask to make the process public (or even state that they are opposed to the drilling). This is a space which is supposed (as expressed by the wishes in the will giving it to the university) to be available to alums, current students, and faculty for educational and recreational uses.
|Thursday, October 4th, 2007|
|Thursday, August 23rd, 2007|
|Tuesday, August 14th, 2007|
|Saturday, June 23rd, 2007|
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|Wednesday, June 20th, 2007|
WRUW needs band submissions by July 15th
WRUW SEEKS LOCAL BAND SUBMISSIONS FOR STUDIO-A-RAMA
Monday April 30, 2007
By: Neal Dare Waves
WRUW is now accepting submissions from local and regional bands who wish to play Studio-A-Rama.
Studio-A-Rama, WRUW’s annual outdoor, day-long event is a great opportunity for local and regional bands to showcase their talent and have their music heard. Studio-A-Rama takes place in the Mather Memorial Courtyard, just outside the WRUW studios, on the campus of Case Western Reserve University, and typically attracts 800 to 1000 people. In addition, WRUW simulcasts Studio-A-Rama at 15,000 watts over the airwaves as well as on the internet at www.wruw.org. With WRUW celebrating its 40th birthday in 2007, this year's Studio-A-Rama is shaping up to be the biggest and best yet!
Interested bands should send a CD consisting of 3 or more songs to: WRUW-FM, Attention: Studio-A-Rama, 11220 Bellflower Road, Cleveland OH 44106. Submissions should also include a band line-up (full names please) and bio, band photo, website address, and contact information. Questions can be sent via e-mail to email@example.com.
WRUW will review all submissions received by July 15th from local and regional bands who wish to play and have not participated in the past 4 years. All types of music will be considered, and musicians that have submitted music in the past, but weren’t chosen to play, are encouraged to do so once again.
Since 1982, WRUW has staged this free annual concert designed to thank listeners for their ongoing support throughout the year. An enthusiastic audience response during the annual on-air fundraiser enables WRUW to continue hosting Studio-A-Rama as well as fund live web casting and weekly show archiving.
Studio-A-Rama is one part of WRUW-FM’s commitment to broadcasting local bands live. The "Live From Cleveland" show broadcasts local bands from the WRUW-FM studios every Thursday evening from 10 until 11pm.
Studio-A-Rama will take place in the Mather Memorial Courtyard outside the WRUW FM studios on the Case Western Reserve University Campus. The Mather Memorial Courtyard is located at the corner of Ford and Bellflower Roads, one block north of the Mayfield/Euclid intersection and one block east of the Cleveland Museum of Art. Current Mood: artistic
|Thursday, May 31st, 2007|
CWRU libaray open on Sundays
I just found out today that my library, the Judge Ben C. Green Law Library in Gund Hall, is apparently the only one on campus that is open on Sundays. I found this out shortly after getting off the phone with a woman asking if her hubby could use the place to prep for the medical boards as the medical libraries were closed.
SO, if you need a quiet and comfy place to study on Sundays between the hours of 10:00am and 6:00pm, come by Gund Hall (the "normal-looking" three story brick building behind Peter B. Lewis). We have just a few rules.
1. NO food is allowed. If you want to sneak an occasional M&M, that's one thing but we've had to talk to people who smuggled in pizza slices, sub sandwiches and quart containers of Chinese noodles. Let's not encourage the cockroaches, mkay?
2. Drinks are cool so long as they're in something as spill-proof as possible, such as a water bottle or a reusable travel mug. The disposable cups from Starbucks and Arabica don't count as the lids will pop off if tipped over (trust me - it's happened and we don't want the furniture or the books ruined).
3. Avoid using cell phones, especially on the third floor. We're open all week and some nights as late as 8:00 because the law students are studying for the bar exam. You REALLY do NOT want to chat away anywhere near a stressed-out someone trying to review their Constitutional Law notes.
If you don't need the quiet of the library but would like access to snacks, you might want to set up shop in Blackacre, the student lounge with comfy chairs and vending machines.
To enter, come in the East Blvd doors (ring the red button on the door if it's locked) and go up one floor and sign in. There you'll find the lovely and talented circulation staffers who can help you with any questions you may have.
Have a good summer!