By Sue Fishkoff
Thursday, February 27, 2003
LEARNING THE CRAFT...THE WESTERN STAGE is offering a hand up to actors, directors and other performers who have no venue for their art, with its fourth annual ONE-ACT FESTIVAL. This "class," which runs through May 3, will produce ten one-act plays, each of which will be performed publicly for one weekend, beginning MARCH 14. The plays themselves are legitimate works, written by well-established playwrights-it''s the production side, i.e. the acting, directing, and technical work, that is being learned here. For details on upcoming performances, call 755-6987.
HELP RENESSA...RENESSA ZIEGENHAGEN is a senior in the Art Academy at MONTEREY HIGH SCHOOL who is organizing a benefit arts and craft show and children''s carnival APRIL 5 as her senior project. She''s calling it "ART FROM THE HEART," and she hopes to raise money from proceeds to send to I-HELP Shelter Program and the 2003 ELCA (Lutheran) Youth Gathering. Renessa is looking for artist and craftspeople who would like to be vendors. Please call 899-5825 or write to email@example.com.
GET WELL KALISA...Cannery Row stalwart KALISA MOORE, owner of the historic LA IDA CAFE, is in the Monterey HOSPICE, just weeks after being celebrated as Queen of the Row at an event held in her honor at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Here''s wishing her a speedy recovery.