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UCAT Mixer/Open Mic
About the Event
Welcome to this year’s 3rd Annual UCAT Summer Series: Reflections. Enjoy a double header across three fun filled days featuring some of Arizona’s finest talent! UCAT en Minor celebrates the valley’s most talented BIPOC youth in concert, and Single Black Female (originally produced by Friends of UCAT, Flagstaff Shakespeare Co.), is back by popular demand! You don’t want to miss it.
Join UCAT after the UCAT en Minor cabaret for a mixer/open mic where free cupcakes will be provided, the bar will be available (card and cash accepted), and members of UCAT will mingle. Head on to the stage to try out new material or stay in the audience and watch the magic of UCAT come to life!
UCAT is providing free video recording services to their members, specifically for reels or any other needs, with the material they bring. This mixer/open mic begins immediately following the cabaret, UCAT en Minor. You can hop on stage or just be a part of the audience, enjoy mingling, and see some familiar and new faces as a part of the UCAT community. You do not have to pay to attend this post-show event. It is completely free to the public and UCAT members; however, we highly encourage you to attend the UCAT en Minor cabaret, pack the house and stay for this post-show event.
About United Colours of Arizona Theatre
Founded in 2016, United Colours of Arizona Theatre began with a Facebook group attempting to create space for BIPOC individuals to convene, network, learn, and thrive within the local fine arts community. The members of United Colours of Arizona Theatre unequivocally support all social justice initiatives, and as ARTivists, their mission is to encourage a more equitable landscape within the local theatre community by creating opportunities for workshops, dance classes, audition prep, and more.
With the communities it serves, United Colours of Arizona Theatre has come to realize there is a lack of access to formal dance training, classical theatre training, and vocal lessons. The organization’s initiative fills in that gap by providing workshops to help BIPOC creatives feel prepared in and out of the audition room. The goal is to create a theatre that truly reflects the community.