Annie Get your Gun Video Promo, Box Office 746-7606.

Annie Get Your Gun opens July 14, Tickets are on sale now, call the Box Office at 746-7606.

Annie Get Your Gun opened on the Broadway stage in 1946 and tells the fictionalized account of real-life sharpshooter Annie Oakley and her romance with fellow marksman Frank Butler. Written specifically for the inimitable Ethel Merman, the show had a long run on Broadway (1,147 performances) and spawned a 1950 movie version as well as several television productions. The show boasts a score of Irving Berlin gems including the Broadway anthem, “There’s No Business Like Show Business”, as well as “I Got Lost in His Arms”, “I Got the Sun in the Mornin'”, Anything You Can Do”, and “They Say It’s Wonderful”.

2017-2018 Season Tickets Available Call the Box Office 352-746-7606

Summer Musical: Annie Get Your Gun – July 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30. On Sale Date – Season Subscribers: June 2 / On Sale Date – Public: June 12

Boeing Boeing – Comedy/Farce, September 22,23,24,29,30,30, October 1, 6,7,8 On Sale Date – Season Subscribers: Aug 11 / On Sale Date – Public: Aug 25 Marc Camoletti, Comedy/Farce This 1960’s French farce adapted for the English-speaking stage features self-styled Parisian lothario Bernard, who has Italian, German, and American fiancees, each beautiful airline hostesses with frequent “layovers”. He keeps “one up, one down and one pending” until unexpected schedule changes bring all three to Paris and Bernard’s apartment at the same time.

The Night of Dark Intent – Mystery-Thriller November 3,4,5,10,11,11,12,17,18,19 On Sale Date – Season Subscribers: Sept 22 / On Sale Date – Public: Oct 6 Don Swartz, Mystery/Thriller A shrill-inducing chiller in which six women must race against the clock to solve a murder and to save their own lives. A Night of Dark Intent is the perfect night of theatre for any mystery lover! Set in October 1978, A Night of Dark Intent is the story of six women, who spend the weekend together in an abandoned house. The house, however, is no ordinary home: 13 years prior, a young woman by the name of Lenora Stark brutally murdered her parents in this location. Now, as the six women try to unravel the secrets of what really happened 13 years ago, they learn a horrifying truth: Lenora Stark as escaped from her asylum and just might be coming home.

Butterflies Are Free – Comedy/Drama, March 16,17,18,23,24,24,25,30,31, April 1 On Sale Date – Season Subscribers: Feb 2 / On Sale Date – Public: Feb 16 Leonard Gershe, Comedy/Drama Young Don Baker, the hero of his mother’s children’s book series, “Donny Dark” has been blind since birth, his overprotective mother following his every move. Don finally decides to take his own apartment in Manhattan and pursue his songwriting ambitions. When she meets his kooky neighbor, sexy actress Jill, Mrs. Baker’s controlling instincts go into overdrive with hilariously touching results.

Amy’s Wish Romantic Comedy, February 9,10,11,16,17,17,18,23,24,25, 2018On Sale Date – Season Subscribers: Dec 18 / On Sale Date – Public: Jan 12
Tom Sharkey, Romantic/Comedy
“A romantic comedy the entire family will enjoy!” – Howard Cobbs of the Gaslight Dinner Theatre
Recently retired and newlywed, Sam Galway is flabbergasted when the spring water at his honeymoon retreat transforms dear old Amy into a 19-year-old knockout. His “young” bride attracts a young man’s admiration and the local sheriff’s suspicion.

The Amorous Ambassador by Michael Parker
Harry Douglas from The Sensuous Senator is back to his old shenanigans again, but this time as the American Ambassador to Great Britain. He tells his wife Lois, that he has arranged a golf outing in Scotland for the weekend. Lois, in turn, tells Harry that she too will be gone for the weekend. He stoically watches as each of them leaves for the weekend. So… Where’s the farce? Harry, secretly returns to the empty house, having planned a romantic rendezvous with a sexy, next-door neighbor Marianne. Debbie returns with her boyfriend Joe, believing they have the house to themselves. Harry’s secretary, Faye Baker, and Captain South of the U.S. Marine Corps arrive in the wake of a bomb threat at the embassy, and must set-up embassy communications in Harry’s country home. Captain South places a squad of marines around the perimeter, and everybody is sealed in.

Winter Musical: And the World Goes ‘Round – January 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21. On Sale Date – Season Subscribers: / On Sale Date – Public: September 22 for both a musical revue featuring the songs of John Kander and Fred Ebb

Summer camp: Snow Off White, June 16, 17, 18.

Youth Theater

  • Fall Christmas Play: Dec 8, 9, 10.
  1. Gilewitz Concert, Dec 2.

On Sale Date – Public & Season Subscribers: June 2

 

Media Exhibit #5 2017

Thank you to all who brought high quality art to this Exhibition. While art judging is a subjective activity the overall pieces chosen, showed unusual creativity, dynamic composition, meaningful content and great technical craftsmanship. The noticeable dominating factor in each art piece gave a dynamic impact that will delight the audience.

9 x 7 Oil, Jeannie Loren, $75.

 

 

 

 

16 x 20 Photograph, Gerri Schwenker-Pennington, $95.

14 x 20 Photograph, Mac Harris, $200.

14 x 20 Photograph, Mac Harris, $200, 3rd Place, Mixed Media

15 x 18 Photograph, Loretta McDermid, $250. 2nd Place Mixed Media

16 x 14 Photograph, Loretta McDermid, $75.

9 x 7 Oil, Jeannie Loren, $75.

 

 

30 x 40 Acrylic, Sharon Harris, $1200.

9 x 7 Oil, Jeannie Loren, $75.

9 x 7 Oil, Jeannie Loren, $75.

9 x 7 Oil, Jeannie Loren, $75.

18 x 24 Oil, Pat Otto

 

21 x 18 Mixed Media, Bonnie Jakama

17 x 13 Mixed Media, Bonnie Jakama

14 x 6 Pen and Ink, Pat Brady, $50

21 x 29 Watercolor, Art Estrella, $250. Honorable Mention

16 x 18 Colored Pencil, Pat Otto, $250.

9 x 7 Oil, Jeannie Loren, $75.

12 x 24 Oil, Pat Otto, $300. Peoples Choice Award, Painting

14 x 17 Acrylic, Marie Sloan, NFS

30 x 40 Acrylic, Sharon Harris, Honorable Mention, $1200.

20 x 24 Oil, Pat Brady, $150.

16 x 12 Acrylic, Mary Lerman.

26 x 20 Acrylic, Mary Lerman, Sold, 1st Place

18 x 24 Oil, Pete D’Elia, 3rd Place Painting.

12 x 14 Oil, Pete D’Elia

30 x 40 Oil, Linda Linham

30 x 48 Oil, Linda Linham

17 x 14 Watercolor, Marie Sloan $75.

12 x 18 Watercolor, John Bescher, $300.

12 x 18 Watercolor, John Bescher, $300.

8 x 12 Watercolor, John Bescher, $300.

18 x 22 Watercolor, Pat Otto, NFS, “1st Place” Mixed Media

18 x 24 Watercolor, Herman Reller, $350.

24 x 30 Watercolor, Herman Reller, $400.

Nature Coast Exhibit 4

14 x 17, Acrylic, Mary Lerman, 2nd Place Painting.

10 x 12, Mixed Media, Patricia
Brady. $30.

Watercolor, Barbara Dorso, Honorable Mention Mixed Media.

16 x 20, Acrylic, Marie Sloan, $125

8 x 10, Acrylic, Marie Sloan. Honorable Mention, Painting. NFS

41 x 29, Acrylic/Oils, Youngja Chi, Best of Show, Painting. NFS

29 x 23, Acrylic, Youngja Chi, NFS

18 x 15, Oil, Jeannie Loren, $125.

36 x 24, Oil, Carol Myers, $185.

36 x 24, Oil, Carol Myers, $185.

22 x 18, Oil, Jeannie Loren,$150.

18 x 24, Acrylic, Jeannie Loren, 1st Place, Painting. $125.

Acrylic, Suzanne Mahr, $450.

20 x 24, Oil, Jeannie Loren, $125

18 x 22, Oil, Jeannie Loren, $150.

40 x 30, Acrylic, Sharon Harris, 3rd Place Painting. $1200.

16 x 20, Oil, Linda Linham, $400.

22 x 18, Acrylic, Mary Lerman

14 x 17, Acrylic, Mary Lerman,

11 x 14, Oil, Patricia Otto, NFS

20 x 24, Watercolor, Arthur Estrella, $100.

20 x 24, Watercolor, Arthur Estrella. $200.

Watercolor, Barbara Dorso

11 x 14 Watercolor on Yupo, Patricia Otto, 1st Place Mixed Media. $150.

23 x 27, Watercolor, Suzanne Mahr, $500.

11 x 14, Photography, Laura Kelly

11 x 14, Photography, Laura Kelly, $50.

14 x 20, Photography, Mac Harris.$200

18 x 15, Photography, Loretta Mc Dermid, 3rd Place Mixed Media, $250.

17 x 14, Photography, Loretta Mc Dermid, $85.

15 x 13, Photography, Gerri Schwenkler, 2nd Place Mixed Media.$100

Nature Coast Exhibit 1 Gallery

 

The Debate Linda Linham

The Debate Linda Linham

Happy, Joyous, Free, Margot Osborne, Honorable Mention

Happy, Joyous, Free, Margot Osborne, Honorable Mention

Summer Solstice, Linda Linham 1st Place PaintingOil, 14"x 11", $250

Summer Solstice, Linda Linham 1st Place PaintingOil, 14″x 11″, $250

Glorious Glads, Linda Linham

Glorious Glads, Linda Linham

Cooling Off, Jeannie Loren

Cooling Off, Jeannie Loren

Swan Lake, Jeannie Loren

Swan Lake, Jeannie Loren

Shall We Dance, Carol "C. J." Wilkes

Shall We Dance, Carol “C. J.” Wilkes

Slice of Americana, Sharon Harris People's Choice Award

Slice of Americana, Sharon Harris
People’s Choice Award

Malaga, Carol A. Myers

Malaga, Carol A. Myers

Still Life, Sharon Davis

Still Life, Sharon Davis

Oops!!, Sharon Davis, 3rd Place Oil, 12" x 12" NFS

Oops!!, Sharon Davis, 3rd Place
Oil, 12″ x 12″
NFS

Spring, Wilma L. Asquith

Spring, Wilma L. Asquith

Bok Gardens, Wilma L. Asquith

Bok Gardens, Wilma L. Asquith

Country Roads, Wilma L. Asquith

Country Roads, Wilma L. Asquith

Purple Mountain Majesty, Wilma L. Asquith

Purple Mountain Majesty, Wilma L. Asquith

Extreme Ending, Ann Koches

Extreme Ending, Ann Koches

My Clouds, Pat Brady

My Clouds, Pat Brady

Gentle Man, Carol Dombrowski

Gentle Man, Carol Dombrowski

Beans, Karol Kusmaul

Beans, Karol Kusmaul

Pottery, Karol Kusmaul, 3rd Place

Pottery, Karol Kusmaul, 3rd Place

He Escaped, Patricia Otto

He Escaped, Patricia Otto

Symphony in Color, Diane Ahlgrim

Symphony in Color, Diane Ahlgrim

Curves, Diane Ahlgrim

Curves, Diane Ahlgrim

They Took Manhattan, Margot Osborne

They Took Manhattan, Margot Osborne

Paradise in Milkweed, Ida E. Bradley

Paradise in Milkweed, Ida E. Bradley

Blush of Lilies, Gerri Schwenkler Pennington

Blush of Lilies, Gerri Schwenkler Pennington

Pensive, Gerri Schwenker Pennington

Pensive, Gerri Schwenker Pennington

Edwin, Ted Kloski

Edwin, Ted Kloski

Wheel of Fortune, Ted Kloski, 1st Place Mixed Media, $500

Wheel of Fortune, Ted Kloski, 1st Place Mixed Media, $500

Mattie All Tressed Up, Patricia Otto, Best in Show

Mattie All Tressed Up, Patricia Otto, Best in Show

Lady in the Tree, Loretta McDermid

Lady in the Tree, Loretta McDermid

Washington Portrait, Loretta McDermid

Washington Portrait, Loretta McDermid

Masquerade, Lawrence Dombrowski

Masquerade, Lawrence Dombrowski

Wife, Mother, Defender, Lawrence Dombrowski

Wife, Mother, Defender, Lawrence Dombrowski

Purple Palm, Mac Harris

Purple Palm, Mac Harris

Weed Flower, Mac Harris

Weed Flower, Mac Harris

Ferris Wheel at Night, Pat Brady

Ferris Wheel at Night, Pat Brady

Barred Owls of Homosassa State Park, Carol "C.J." Wilkes

Barred Owls of Homosassa State Park, Carol “C.J.” Wilkes

Buddy, My Japanese Bobtail Cat, Carol "C.J." Wilkes

Buddy, My Japanese Bobtail Cat, Carol “C.J.” Wilkes

A Peaceful Retreat, Jeannie Loren

A Peaceful Retreat, Jeannie Loren

Rainbow River, Jeannie Loren

Rainbow River, Jeannie Loren

Zion, Jeannie Loren,  Honorable Mention, Painting

Zion, Jeannie Loren,
Honorable Mention, Painting

Ranch Hand, Patricia Otto 2nd Place Painting

Ranch Hand, Patricia Otto
2nd Place Painting

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Rules of Competition

Competitions: Structure and Rules

1. Introduction

A. The purpose of Camera Club competitions is to assist members in improving their photographic and post processing skills and to provide a forum for the display of their creative work.

B.  Competitions will be conducted as frequently as the Steering Committee determines. Prior to the beginning of the September competition year, the competition schedule will be announced to all club members.

C.  The Competition Committee will consist of a Competition Chairman, the Club Chairman, and other appointees as determined by the Competition Chairman. The Committee’s duties are to conduct competition events, keep records of entries, tabulate point scores and assure that rules are enforced.

D. The Competition Secretary will document the details of each competition entry, record the points and note the awards. The Secretary will keep a numeric score for each competitor and the number of awards they accumulated throughout the year.

E. The judging staff will be the final arbiter in the event of a dispute involving an infraction of the competition rules. If a member of the Committee also happens to be a party to the dispute, he or she will recuse himself or herself during resolution of the dispute. Judges are also barred from Competitions where they officiate.

F. Amendments to the Rules of Competition must be approved by the Camera Club Steering Committee.

 

2. Eligibility of Images

A. All competition images must originate in a camera.

B. Competitors must be members in good standing of the Club and the

Citrus County Art Center.

C. Members are encouraged to enter images that are representative of their current work.

D. Images may not be entered in monthly competitions more than three times.

E. An image, which has previously won a merit, may not be entered again in a monthly competition.

F. Competition images (print or digital) containing a watermark or name within the boundaries of the image will be disqualified.

G. From time to time special competitions, such as year-end competitions, may be conducted. All winners are welcome to compete in these competitions.

H. The judges, and/or the Competition Committee, may remove from competition any image that is believed to be in poor taste or that does not meet the requirements of a themed competition. The Competition Committee will be the final judge of good taste and themed entries.

 

3. Levels of Competition

Novice Level: for members who are relatively new to photography and are learning the basic principles and concepts.

Advanced Level: for more experienced members who have mastered a wide variety of photographic skills.

 

4. Rules of Competition

A. Competitions in which the subject matter is defined by a theme will be held periodically with the theme announced well in advance.   All other competitions will be OPEN.

B. Members may enter a maximum of two images per competition. This number is subject to change by the Steering Committee. All entries must be the creative, original work of the member.

C. No entry will be accepted for competition after the published deadline. Deadlines for digital submissions will ordinarily be noon on Sunday,one week before the day of Competition.  Deadlines for print submissions will ordinarily be 6:30 p.m. on the night of the competition. Rules regarding competition entry deadlines may be changed by the Competition Committee but will be ommunicated to the membership at least two weeks before judging.

D  Winners in the printed category, who wish to enter the Best- ofYear competition, must provide a digital copy of their winning photograph to the committee by the first Monday in May.

E. New members may enter competitions at a division level (Novice, Intermediate, or Advanced) that they believe is appropriate for their level of skill. Alternatively, they may submit three of their current works to the Competition Committee for assistance in finding this appropriate division level. Once assigned into a division, the member will remain there until moved to another higher division by winning three awards during the competition year (September 1 to May 1). . Everyone’s counter is reset to 0 at the start of each Camera Club year

Competition Structure and Rules Ver.1a August 18, 2014

5. Rules for Digital Images

A. The only image FILE format allowed is: .jpg or .jpeg

B. Your image FILE size should not exceed Ten (10) megabytes or it will not be accepted by the computer system.

C.  Your image TITLE CANNOT contains your first or last name.

 

6. Rules for Printed Images

A. All prints must be mounted on a substrate, or backing, at least 1/16 inch thick to ensure the print is adequately protected and supported for viewing. (Note: Commonly used double ply mat board is sufficient even if it does not measure precisely 1/16 inch.) Over-mats, sometimes referred to as window mats, are acceptable for use without restrictions with respect to color.

B. Prints cannot have shrink-wrap, tissue, or other material over the front surface that necessitates removal for viewing. Mounting Board and Matts may not exceed 20 inches along the longest side. Minimum size for the image will be 8 inches on any side.

C. Prints must not be framed, have hooks, wet glue, or any other object or substance on the back or front which may mar or damage another print in handling.

D. Multiple image prints (i.e. one mount with more than one print such as a collage or composite) are not permitted.

E. Prints must have the photographer name and the print title on the reverse side of the mount with an arrow indicating the top of the print. The photographer’s name must not be shown on the face, or front side, of the print or mount.

7. Competition Awards

Judging Criteria: For each competition, judge(s) will evaluate entries using the Judging Criteria and Point System set forth in Attachment A.

Merit Awards: Awards given on the basis of points within each level of competition. (See Attachment A)

The minimum points to receive a Merit Award  are:  Novice – 20Points ,  Advanced – 25 Points

Best-of-Merit Awards: To be eligible for the End of Year competition, a picture must receive a Best of Merit Award.

The minimum points to receive a Best of Merit are:  Novice – 23 Points ,   Advanced – 28 Points.

Judges Choice Awards: Each judge will select a photo winner, based solely on their individual preference.

8. End of Year Awards

Most Awards: Annually, the Club will recognize the photographer with the most Photo awards.

Most Points: Annually, the Club will recognize the photographer with the most Photo points.

Members Choice: Entries will be photos that have won Best-of-Photo Awards. Winners will be within each level, based on votes from the total membership.

9. Judging

Selection of Judges: Judges will be trained volunteers from the Club

Membership or guest judges.

Judging Criteria: Judges will use the Judging Criteria outlined in

Attachment A: Judging Criteria 2014-15.

 

Attachment A

Judging Criteria 2014-15

8/16/14

Adult Art Class Painting with Acrylics

Adult Art Class / Spring Session, taught by Sharon Harris

Painting with Acrylics – Monday 2:00 to 4:00pm

Starts – Feb 2 – April 20.

$35 for one class, $25 for each additional class.

To register for the Adult programs, call the Art Center Box Office (hours 1-4, Mon – Fri) at 746-7606 or come in on the day registration opens. All programs are first come first serve and class sizes are limited to 12 adults.

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