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JP Newsletter Mar 2018 Landscape

Volume 23 Issue 1

Volume 23 Issue 1 March 2018 STOP PRESS: A PERFORMANCE IS BEING ARRANGED AT THE MUNICIPAL THEATRE IN ROJALES; STOP PRESS Murder at the Manor House You are invited to come to a murder mystery dinner. This will take place at Jávea Golf Club, on Friday 25 th of May 2018. The cost of the three course meal, including a welcome drink and ½ a bottle of wine, bread and alioli is €25. The scenario is, Lord Heathcliff is throwing a party in honour of his new bride- until one of his guests hits him over the head with a candlestick! But who dunnit? You will be required to help Detective Bassett to solve the crime, by paying close attention to the outpourings of the suspects. If you would like to join the fun, email, menu choices will be sent to you in reply. Help your Society Have you taken the time recently to view our website at Just by clicking on the link your browser will take you there instantly where you will find a host of interesting information about our activities past and present. Did you know, for example that we have staged 147 productions since our formation in 1976? Take a stroll down memory lane or view the photo slideshows of our most recent productions. Bookmark the page so that you can check-in easily every few weeks. You will see a couple of advertisements in the newsletter from businesses which have made a 8

Volume 23 Issue 1 March 2018 substantial donation to advertise in our show programmes and newsletters for the whole of 2018. This income helps to offset our printing costs and enables us to produce much better-quality programmes which, in turn, attract more advertisers. If you would like to advertise with us, or know a business which might want to support us in this way, or even by sponsoring a production, please let us know by emailing me on or talking to any committee member. If you support these businesses please tell them you saw their advertisement in our publications. Mike’s Acting Workshops Following the interest shown at last year’s OPEN DAY, in my four acting workshops, the afternoon of Monday the 5th February saw the first of the series. Fourteen members, and non-members, gathered in the Studio for the first session which focused on general acting exercises to build confidence for auditions and performance. For practitioners, as Alison Skilbeck found in her workshop, it is so helpful to have participants who will "give it a go", and so it was here. The session began, as all acting sessions should, by giving the voice a good warm up, followed by some gentle physical, concentration exercises. The first half ended with the question, "What is drama?" After a warming cup of coffee the group was asked to divide into pairs and threes. A quick answer session on the leading question and the, now smaller, groups were challenged to provide an improvised interpretation of the word "Dilemma". The responses were as diverse as they were entertaining, providing a whole gamut of awkward, but enjoyably funny, situations. The two-hour session sped past, and I am grateful that the response was very positive. I have now three further, targeted, workshops: Mondays: 5th 9

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