Welcome to Scribd, the world's digital library. Read, publish, and share books and documents. See more
Download
Standard view
Full view
of .
Look up keyword
Like this
1Activity
0 of .
Results for:
No results containing your search query
P. 1
Chapel Hill Players

Chapel Hill Players

Ratings: (0)|Views: 31|Likes:
Published by breaksthenews

More info:

Published by: breaksthenews on Nov 25, 2008
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as DOC, PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See more
See less

06/14/2009

pdf

text

original

 
Chapel Hill Players (CHiPs)Submitted on 2008.11.13 at 10:47:04 by jsharpOfficers
President :
John Reitz
Treasurer :
Josh SharpRequestLast yearRequestedFinance AmendmentCongress AmendmentDues and Fees $1,600.00$2,200.00Printing and Publicity$240.00$240.00Production $1,000.00$1,500.00
Total
$2,840.00$3,940.00Budget descriptionCHiPs does four shows a year on campus a year for 400-600 students. The costsassociated with these shows include Union Production Services--both techinical staff andhouse staff--as well as publicity in the form of flyers and posters. This year, our fallshows were on October 10th at 8pm and the up-coming shows on Nov. 21st & 22nd at8pm. Next semester will feature two similar shows, though we are not able to securespecific dates at this time due to constraints on reserving auditorium rooms.In addition, CHiPs performing troupe and training program, the Incubators, attend the NCComedy Arts Festival (formerly the Dirty South Improv Festival) held in multiplelocations both on campus and in Carrboro each February. This year it will be held fromFebruary 13-22. The largest improv festival in the United States, it is run by Zach Wardwith the DSI Comedy Theater. This festival is an three-fold opportunity for CHiPs:1) CHiPs is able to serve as UNC's ambassador to this festival, performing for  professional and college groups as UNC's only comedy troupe2) This festival provides valuable training for CHiPs to bring back to our UNC performances in the form of workshops with teachers and comedians from all over NorthAmerica.3) Only through CHiPs involvement is the festival able to have shows on campus. Theseshows include multiple college groups--last year groups from Clemson, James Madisonand NYU performed--with CHiPs headlining. Last year, the show was held in Hamilton100 and allowed over 300 UNC students to see what college comedy has to offer.Statement of PurposeCHiPs aims to spread comedy entertainment and education to the UNC campus. AsUNC's only performing comedy, CHiPs is able to provide a valuable addition to thecampus performing arts community while also offering education in improv training.Primarily, this is done through our 4 campus shows which reach audiences of 400-600 per show, outside performances (such as UNC Hillel, Dance Marathon and Voter Registration Drives), and improv education through our weekly "Incubators" trainingsession.
 
Membership/ImpactUndergraduateGraduateImpactDues-paying: Non-Dues-paying:25000
1000-2000
 
This organization does
not
have office space.ProgramsCHiPs Fall Show #1Held on October 10th in Hamilton 100, CHiPs featured its unique brand of improv andsketch comedy to a sold-out audience of roughly 450 students.Union Techincal Services - 295.00Publicity - 1300 flyers at .045/flyer = 58.50Admission : 5.00CHiPs Fall Show #2CHiPs will hold its second fall show on November 21st and 22nd at Hanes Art Center.With two shows, CHiPs has the potential to reach an audience of 600.Union Techincal Services - 550.00Publicity - 1300 flyers at .045/flyer = 58.50Admission : 5.00 NC Comedy Arts FestivalCHiPs and its training program, the Incubators, will be performing and taking classes atthe NC Comedy Arts Festival, Feb. 13-22 of 2009. Through CHiPs participation, they areable to train in comedy workshops with teachers from all around North America, act asUNC's ambassadors to the national improv community, and bring the festival to campusthrough a "college improv showcase" to be held in Hamilton 100. Last year, this showdrew an audience of over 300 students and featured college troupes from Clemson, JamesMadison and NYU. Without CHiPs involvement in the NC Comedy Arts, the festival isnot able to secure performance space on campus.Registration dues - 22 at 100/person = 2200Admission : 5.00

You're Reading a Free Preview

Download
scribd
/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->