Where to go, what to do today in Shanghai. Read on for Shanghaiist’s picks.
East-West Theatre Casting Call @ Children’s Theatre
Audition for a role in East-West Theatre at the Children’s Theatre opposite Shanghai Theatre Academy. There’s a general call for performers, stage and production crew, plus a call out for vocalists to perform in ‘Fun Home’, which goes on stage in June. Find out more about the auditions HERE and signup HERE!
NO COVER // 6 PM – 9 PM (Mar 29 – 30)
Floor 2, 643 Huashan Road near Changle Road // 华山路643号2楼, 近长乐路
Shanghai Forum: Discuss Cybersecurity and the Internet in China @ Hero Centre
Lear how to protect your data and improve your Chinese Internet experience with the Shanghai Forum at Hero Center in Jing’an. Two experts discuss the most common cyber-threats for individuals and businesses, such as malware and WiFi eavesdropping, as well as how to make your Internet work better.
125 RMB incl. free-flow wine and appetizers (advance) 150 RMB (door) // 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM
28 Yuyuan East Road, Building 3, Floor 1, near Tongren Road // 创科中心, 愚园东路28号3号楼, 近铜仁路
“Meet the world’s leading brand expert, Martin Lindstrom” @ naked Hub
Martin Lindstrom explains how to uncovers brand trends with his new book Small Data at naked Hub. If you are lucky enough to have RSVP-ed before March 24 then you’ll receive a free copy of the New York Times bestselling author’s work.
RSVP ([email protected]) // 6.30 PM – 9 PM
Floor 3, 1237 Middle Fuxing Road, near South Xiangyang Road // 复兴中路1237号3楼, 近襄阳南路
Rules to Break Creatively @ Kung Fu Komedy
Standup comic, Keith Lowell Jensen teaches you how to be funny on stage at Kung Fu Komedy. Maybe you do a bit of standup and want to try some new writing techniques, or maybe you’ve never cracked a joke on stage in your life. Give it a try!
200 RMB // 7 PM
Floor 4, 1 Xiangyang Road, near Julu Road // 襄阳北路1号4楼, 近巨鹿路
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[Featuring Natasha Portwood in ‘A Street Care Named Desire’, produced by East West Theatre, photo by Sara Martinez Sanz]