Secret of Wonderland Ward

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Interested in the upcoming Dark Tour “The Wonderland Massacre”? Our secret BONUS scene (called “Secrets of the Wonderland Ward”) will be performed on Monday November 10 at Cafe 5 from 5:30 – 6:30. The short scene will be performed multiple times, so feel free to come anytime from 5:30 – 6:30.
The bonus scene will provide some secrets of the Ward and tell you how to get “alternate” performances out of the patients. Come to this one-day only mini-event to get special keys to unlock secrets to the full production of “The Wonderland Massacre”.

The full production of “The Wonderland Massacre” will be performed on November 13 and 14 at 7:00 pm in Sam Fore Hall at Texas A&M University – Kingsville.

Official Flyer

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“Secrets of the Wonderland Ward”

Interested in the upcoming Dark Tour “The Wonderland Massacre”? Stay tuned for information on a secret BONUS scene (called “Secrets of the Wonderland Ward”) that will be performed days before opening night.

The bonus scene will provide some secrets of the Ward and tell you how to get “alternate” performances out of the patients. This will be a ONE day performance at a secret location, to be revealed soon.

The Wonderland Ward will re-open the doors…

MH bloody king Our 6th Dark Tour, “The Wonderland Massacre” will premiere November 13 and 14.  Our third entry into the Wonderland series, this play picks up at the murder of the ward’s most infamous inmate – The Mad Hatter. The doors open at 9:00 pm, but you must be 18 years old and up to get in.

(Pictured: K. Orozco during the filming of the trailer.)

October in Review

"Wolfe of the West" - Drea Martinez and Dylan Mendoza OCTOBER IN REVIEW

We have several highlights from this past month!

Missed our New Foundations Theatre Festival? Check out our show page for photos and behind-the-scenes fun!  (Pictured: A. Martinez, D. Mendoza in CJ Lillie’s play “Wolfe of the West”.) 

View the show page: http://www.zerountitled.com/productions/new-foundations-theatre-festival/

 

Two recent productions published:

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“Consequences” – play performed at Textual Overture (2013) was published by Dialogual Magazine on October 16: http://dialogual.wix.com/dialogual#!Consequences/c599/55353555-523D-4960-8B55-7F1E8C403C8F

(pictured: R. Ferguson and S. Benedit in the 2012 World Premiere of “Consequences”.)

“Unconditional” – performance poem performed at Textual Overture (2013) will be published by Harbinger Asylum / Transcendent Press soon.

In other news, our next Dark Tour, “The Wonderland Massacre” has already begun rehearsals and we have released two teaser behind-the-scenes pics.  Check out our trailer, which will be posted soon.  In the meantime, here is one of the images below. (Pictured: H. Gonzalez, Jr and D. Gerd).

Herc & Debs camera

 

Our music and poetry event, Textual Overture, had a great 3-hour long performance last Tuesday (Oct 28).  There were several new musicians, poetry by local writers, poems by Brooke Lovestone, and play performances with scripts by Barry Berryhill and Michael Verderber. (Pictured below: The Felix Jazz Trio).

Felix Trio


Promotional material for our next Main Stage production.

For more info, visit the show page.

 

Audition Notice!

 

Audition flyer: rehearsal shots

Audition flyer: rehearsal shots

This October, Zero Untitled will be presenting multiple one act plays, and we need casts to fill them! Anyone is welcome to audition, whether you have tons of experience or none at all. Come by Fore Hall, Room 102 on September 3rd at 7:00 to visit with us and we’ll see where you fit best.

Plays being produced will be from almost any genre, such as comedy, drama, dramedy, western, suspense, etc.

Let us know what you want/like to do.

Additionally, information on our upcoming “The Wonderland Massacre” production and other film and mime projects will be discussed as well.

Summer Update: Films, films, and more films

Michael Verderber and Katherine Orozco go over blocking for "Mal de Ojo."To say that Zero Untitled has been busy with film projects is an understatement.  We just premiered our video for Octavio Quintanilla’s poem “Café Triste” on August 8 at a private screening/poetry reading event.

The film is now viewable on YouTube.

Our recent Happening production “Dual Sex” can be seen on YouTube.  More information on “Dual Sex” can be found on its page.

The next film that will be premiering is our Corpus Christi 7-Day Film Project entry “Catchweight” on August 23, 2014 at the Harbor Playhouse. “Catchweight” is our collaboration with another production company, Writers Unblocked.  The film is directed by Ismael Prado and written by Caleb Bonitz.

In the meantime, we have been filming footage for another Quintanilla poem, called “Mal de Ojo” which will premiered at a later date. In addition to that, we put together another short in our “Ultra Short” film series called “That One Friend” but the release date is still pending.

Pics and footage will be posted soon.

 

Summer Happening #2 – Dual Sex

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The second in our summer Happening series, “Dual Sex” was performed multiple times on the campus of Texas A&M University – Kingsville.  The interpretive dance piece was staged multiple times in a row during the course of two 2-hour long blocks.  Although the piece only lasts two minutes long, the brevity underscores the fact that every two minutes, someone is sexually assaulted.

The piece is about a male and female dancer who get attacked by members of the “audience” while a poem about superficiality and beauty is read. During the attack, the attackers smear paint on the dancer, to convey the tainting of sexual assault victims.   Check out the show page to see more!

We have more around the corner throughout this summer including multiple film projects and more Happenings!

Summer “Textual Overture”

Our annual summer “Textual Overture” open-mic series is next week on Thursday, June 26th.  Bring your poems, short stories, plays, instruments, and other performance goodies to the show! JUNE TO fixedLocation: Cafe 5, 634 E. King Street, Kingsville, Tx!

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