This is a guest post from the Department of Theatre and Dance:
Do you have a song, a monologue, a scene or a performance that was inspired by James Dodding? If so, we need you at “For He is an Englishman,” our tribute to Mr. Dodding on Oct. 6 on the Tedford Stage in the Scales Fine Arts Center at Wake Forest University.
We are working to build a show that James himself would be proud to produce. We are looking for music, theatre, mime, clowning, etc. – all the things that James loved.
If you plan to attend and would be interested in performing, please let us know by Aug. 15.
Respond to Michael Huie (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your name, the type of performance, its approximate length and any special requirements you might have. An accompanist will be provided.
We’ll be back in touch by September 8 if your performance will work in the time allotted for our program.