Scene Clips for February 4, 2006
Park City’s Temple Har Shalom will continue its involvement with the "Live from NY’s 92nd Street Y" series, presenting a satellite broadcast of a discussion with National Public Radio analyst David Brooks on Wednesday, Feb. 8.
The discussion is broadcast live from New York City’s 92nd Street Y, and audience members may submit questions via e-mail. Tickets to the event are $15 for Temple Har Shalom members and $20 for guests. For more information or to purchase tickets, call 649-2276. Temple Har Shalom is located at 1922 Prospector Ave. in Park City.
Egyptian auditions next weekend
The Egyptian Theatre Company will hold auditions for its summer show, "Urinetown the Musical," this coming Saturday and Sunday in Salt Lake City and Park City.
On Feb. 11, the auditions will be held at the Utah Opera and Symphony building, located at 336 North 400 Westin Salt Lake, from 3-6 p.m. On Sunday, Feb. 12, there will be auditions at the Egyptian from 2-5 p.m.
Auditioners should bring a head shot and a resume and be prepared to sign 32 bars of an upbeat Broadway song; an accompanist will be provided.
All rolls in the play are open. The play will begin rehearsal June 5 and run July 7 through Aug. 19. For more information, or to schedule an audition time, call 649-9371.
Sundance sponsor leaves some help for Friends of Animals
When Cesar Canine Cuisine, a Sundance Film Festival sponsor, packed up to return home, the company had some extra goods, so it put in a call to the Summit County Friends of Animals.
Cesar offered the organization the left-overs from the company’s film festival lounge. Among the items donated to the Friends of Animals were dog beds, kennels, leashes, toys and clothing, along with more than 600 servings of Cesar dog food.
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