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The Breckenridge Resort Chamber (BRC) is accepting submissions for the 2012 Ullr Fest poster art contest. Submissions are due by 5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 7 and should tie in the theme for the 49th annual festival, “49 and Feelin’ Fine.” Winning artwork will appear on 2012 Breckenridge Ullr Fest poster, merchandise, advertising and other event collateral; the winning artist will receive a prize package of event merchandise.Concept sketches must be no larger than 14″ x 17″ and can be submitted via email (smetzger@gobreck.com), in person at the BRC offices (111 Ski Hill Road, Breckenridge) or via U.S. Mail to the Breckenridge Resort Chamber, ATTN: Special Events, P.O. Box 1909, Breckenridge, CO 80424. The winning artist will be required to submit final art at a poster size of 14″ x 17″.The annual winter festival (set for Jan. 8-14) pays homage to Ullr, the Norse god of snow with wacky celebrations such as the Ullympics, the Ullr Bonfire, the Ullr Dating Game and the unofficial world’s craziest parade. For more information including a history of Ullr, visit GoBreck.com.For more information, contact Sandy Metzger at (970) 453-5074 or smetzger@gobreck.com.

The Backstage Theatre is seeking an actress, age 50-70, for a world premiere production of “The Wedding Eve,” a screwball comedy written by Christopher Willard. The play takes place in 1934 Hollywood. The role is a Hays Code representative – a widowed grand dame with a fervent desire to clean-up the film industry (and to bed a top studio executive in the bargain). Think Margaret Dumont in the classic Marx Bros films. The show performs in Breckenridge Jan. 13 to Feb. 11. Rehearsals are in November and December (sporadic dates) and kick-in at the first of January. This is a paid position. Lodging is provided during rehearsals and performances while in Breck. To schedule an audition, call Chris at (970) 453-0199 or by email at: artistic_director@hotmail.com.


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