Summer Show 2014: Art Tech List

Thank you for signing up to spend your summer with Stage Troupe!

Below is the tech list for this year’s summer show,Yasmina Reza’s Art: 

TD- Julie Kaminski
Asst. TD- Aubrie Sanchez
Asst. TD- Stephanie Bont
SM- Celia Gibson
ASM- Aryeh Harris Shapiro
Lights- Alex Williams
Asst. lights- Michael Goodloe
Asst. lights- Emmanuel Dollinger
Sound- Jason Fox
Sound- Liana Gerstien
Costumes- Cilicia Rios
Costumes- Cassandra Kocek
Hair/Makeup- Cilicia Rios
Hair/makeup- Karen Loewy
Props- Eli Brenna
Props- Claire Buesser
Set Design- Eli Brenna
Set Design- Veronica Priest
Set Dec/Paint- Cara Mayberry
Set Dec/Paint- Olivia Hathaway
Set Dec/Paint- Michael Goodloe
Master Carpenter- Jason Fox
Build- Claire Buesser
Build- Kevin Ang
Build- Marissa Cheifetz


Come see this work of art this summer, starting in June! 


Important Troupe Announcements (GM 5)

Well, this is it Troupies. Our season has officially come to an end. We would like to second to congratulate Twelfth Night, One Acts, and you all, membership, on some really great productions and another fantastic season!

Which actually brings me to the best part of a Troupe year… our annual awards ceremony!




6:30 PM in the Colloquium Room, 9th Floor of Photonics

Bring your best dressed self, purchase your tickets on Eventbrite, and RSVP on Facebook so we know you’re coming! See you soon!

*You must be a dues paying member to attend BUSTies and you must purchase your ticket ahead of time as tickets will not be available at the door.

And as our year comes to an end, we have a few more




Congratulations to the cast of Summer Show 2014!


Directed by David Olson

Marc, Lauren Kolodkin

Serge, Kyle Mitchell

Yvan, Kyle Tague

Understudy, Cameron Barney


We still need techies! Summer show is not possible without tech. If you are interested please email our TA, Marissa, at with your top 3 tech interests by Friday, May 2, at 5PM!


TA Announcement

Last weekend, we had the pleasure of announcing your Technical Advisor for the 2014-2015 season. Congratulations to Camille Arvisu, your new TA! The new board is finally complete! We cannot wait to see where you all lead Troupe in the future. Congratulations and best of luck baby board!


Troupe Videographer

With our current videographer taking over as the secretary elect, Troupe is in the market for a new videographer. You will have a brand new Troupe camera to record with and it’s a great way to take on a little more responsibility and get more involved with Troupe. Plus you get free tickets to all the shows! Talk about perks, am I right? If you have any questions or are interested in the position please contact Kyle at!


That’s all for now friends. Cheers to a great year, now let’s party!



GM 4 Recap and Reminders!

Good morning Troupe!

We hope you are all enjoying the end of your semesters now that our mainstage season has concluded. Speaking of which, CONGRATULATIONS on a spectacular season! We began with a bang as Doubt, A Parable raised money for Prevent Child Abuse America, and Raised in Captivity, Rope, and Twelfth Night, Or What You Will all had amazing runs as well, rounding out our mainstage season beautifully. We are always awed by the work that you do membership, we hope that you had fun and are as proud of this spring season as we are.

A few more congratulations are in order as we welcome the new Stage Troupe Executive Board 2014-2015:

President, Abi Oshins

Vice President, Eli Brenna

Vice President of Special Projects, Celia Gibson

Treasurer, Joe Gambino

Secretary, Kyle Tague

Congratulations baby board. The Troupe of Tomorrow (tomorrow, tomorrow) is now in your capable hands and we can’t wait to see what this next year will bring. Best of luck and have a great year!

As you can see, one member of next year’s board is not listed above. We would like to thank all those who applied to be the Technical Advisor for the 2014-2015 academic year. The TA will be announced and approved at the final GM of the spring this weekend! But, before the GM we have just a bit more fun in store.

Our mainstage season may be over, but fortunately, we are far from done! We have so many special projects and important events coming your way, so join us and end your year with Troupe!


One Acts

April 25 and 26

Jacob Sleeper Auditorium at 8PM

Admission is completely FREE so bring everyone you know, RSVP on Facebook and support your fellow talented Troupies!



Space Cleaning

April 26

The Space at 12PM


Everyone’s favorite event of the semester (am I right?)! It’s the time when we all get together, hang out, get covered in saw dust, have sing alongs, and make the space beautiful once again. Plus, you get to throw out all that stuff we own that, let’s be honest, we all know needs to go. Sound good to you? Great! Join us for an hour or few at space cleaning this weekend!

(Every show MUST have a minimum of 40 hours in order to qualify for BUSTies!)


Final GM of the Spring Season

April 27

The Student Theater at 7PM

It’s our final meeting of the year. Join us as we reminisce about the memories we made and the fun we had AND as we announce the TA for next year and vote for BUSTies of the spring!



May 1

Photonics: The Colloquim Room at 6:30PM

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. But actually. Join us for our annual awards ceremony as we celebrate all things Troupe, the graduating class, and the great things our membership accomplished this year!

Tickets for BUSTies will be purchased on Evenbrite, the link to which will be posted on the Facebook event, coming to you soon!


Well, that concludes our 2013-2014 academic year, another great one for Troupe history. The good news is, it was wonderful, but the better news is that even in the summer Troupe has opportunities for you to continue to do theatre, and try and learn new things!


Summer Show 2014


Directed by David Olson

Auditions: April 28 and 29 in the Student Theater, 6-10 PM

Interested in Teching? Contact Marissa at!

Summer show will run from June 1st until the end of Orientation, with the possibility for a revival performance at the beginning of the fall semester. If interested in auditioning from abroad or in assistant directing, please contact David at!



Troupe needs a videographer!

Our wonderful videographer has done a great job of recording Troupe history this year, but he will be trading in his duties for secretarial ones next year- which means we’re looking for someone to fill his shoes! This position is completely voluntary, but is a great way to take on a little more responsibility and get further involved in Troupe! If you are interested or have any questions, feel free to email Kyle at


Welllll, that’s all for now. Have a great weekend! Enjoy the celebration today, but stay smart and safe! See you all soon!

Flash Back to the 80s with Troupe- Twelfth Night Opens Tonight!

Good Evening Troupe and beyond!


Well, it’s a new week, and that means it’s time for a new show! So journey  along with Stage Troupe as we go back in time to the 1980s for a totally fantastic time and a really rad show because

William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, Or What You will opens tonight!

Twelfth Night, or What You Will is one of Shakespeare’s most delightfully topsy-turvy comedies about mixed identities, shipwrecks, love triangles, and some serious tom-foolery. The story starts when Viola and Sebastien, twin brother and sister, are beached on the foreign land of Illyria, each thinking the other is dead. Lost and without prospects, Viola disguises herself as a man named Cesario and begins serving the local Duke, Orsino. In love with the neighboring Lady Olivia, the Duke enlists the help of Cesario/Viola to woo her for him. Inconveniently, Olivia falls in love with Viola, who’s even more inconveniently in love with Orsino. What ensues is a complicated love triangle that’s made even more outrageous by the less than noble suitors in line to win Olivia for themselves. Add in a spunky maid, ridiculous manservant, and drunk uncle to make an interesting scene for Viola’s previously-presumed-dead twin brother to find when he enters the scene and complicates things further. Finally, after some false accusations and a few drinks, the play ends happily with three weddings and a musical number sung by none other than Feste, the fool.

Directed by Abi Oshins and Emily Prescott
Technical Directed by Paige Hermann
Assistant Technical Directed by Jake Shauli
Produced by Cilicia Rios
Assistant Produced by Lee Condakes, Brittany Kamson, and Kerriann Kelleher

The Cast

Viola, Hope Roselle
Olivia, Katie Diekhaus
Maria, Daniella Seidl
Antonia, Ilana Berman
Orsino, Nathan Wilgeroth
Sir Toby Belch, Michael Lavallee
Sir Andrew Aguecheek, Will Small
Malvolio, Ben Moll
Feste the Fool, Victor Kholod
Sebastian, Michael Gobiel
Ensemble, Kelly Duffy and Isabella Walpole


Performances will be held in the Student Theater at Agganis Arena on April 10-12 beginning at 8pm.  Tickets can be purchased ahead of time on Eventbrite ( and at the door for $5 with membership card/code and for $6 general admission.

Buy your tickets now and RSVP through the Facebook event:!

Get stoked and we’ll see you there!

On the green line, take the B train to St. Paul Street and cross toward FitRec and Agganis Arena. The student theater is located in the passage between these buildings.

Feel free to direct any questions to!

Get ROPEd in with Troupe this weekend!

Good evening Troupies and friends!

Hope you enjoyed the week off because we’ve got a whole lotta Troupe headed your way…

And first up, ROPE opens this weekend!


Made famous by Alfred Hitchock’s 1948 film adaptation, Patrick Hamilton’s Rope is a murder mystery told in reverse: the killers, their victim, and their motivations are immediately revealed to the audience. Brandon and Charlie are two undergraduates who, inspired by the musings of Friedrich Nietzsche, kill a fellow classmate for the sheer thrill of it; they feel they are intellectually superior to the feeble-minded and capable of pulling off the perfect murder. What follows is a most macabre dinner party attended by the victim’s friends and family in which the guests dine upon a chest containing the cadaver. As the night wears on, the resolve of the murderers begins to crack, and the underlying flaws in their intellect reveal their true ugliness and become their undoing. A classic suspense thriller, Rope casts a damning light on the disturbed resolve of men who feel it appropriate to kill merely for the sake of killing.

Directed by Kyle Tague
Technical Directed by Camille Arvisu
Assistant Technical Directed by Karen Loewy
Produced by Sam Hoffman
Assistant Produced by Jennifer McIntyre, Jane Kelley, and  Eli Brenna

The Cast

Wyndham Brandon, Charlie Schumacher 
Charlie Granillo, Emily Jo McKnight
Rupert Cadell, Idine Mousavi
Leila Arden, Ali Edwards
Kenneth Raglan, Matthew Melleby
Sir Johnstone Kentley, Joe McLaughlin
Mrs. Debenham, Zoe Enscoe
Sabot, Lauren Kolodkin

Performances will be held in the Student Theater at Agganis Arena on April 3-5 beginning at 8pm.  Tickets can be purchased ahead of time on Eventbrite and at the door for $5 with membership card/code and for $6 general admission.

Buy your tickets on Evenbrite:


RSVP on Facebook:

On the green line, take the B train to St. Paul Street and cross toward FitRec and Agganis Arena. The student theater is located in the passage between these buildings.

Feel free to direct any questions to!

So get your tickets now because you don’t miss your fellow Troupies’ killer performances (yes, pun intended) and look for further updates on more Troupe events coming up this weekend!

Spring 2014 One Acts Tech!

Thanks and congratulations who signed up to tech our One Act and Monologue Festival! Below you will find the tech list. Hope you’re excited because we can’t wait!

Producer- Alison Parker, Lydia Erikson

Technical Director- Shoshana Koff
Stage Manager- Brittany Kamson
Props- Claire Buesser
Costumes- Jamie Johannsen, Adaeze Ougbemi
Sound- Annie Tillis, Lauren Kolodkin
Hair/Make-up- Cilicia Rios, Zoe Enscoe
Set- Abi Oshins, Julie Kaminski

Spring 2014 One Acts Cast List!

Thank you to everyone who came out and auditioned for our One Act and Monologue Festival which goes up on April 25 & 26 at 8PM in Jacob Sleeper Auditorium! Listed below are the Cast Lists and chosen Monologues. Congratulations to all, we cannot wait for this awesome close to our Spring 2014 season!

Words, Words, Words

Directed by Celia Gibson

Swift, Eli Brenna

Kafka, Emily Jo McKnight

Milton, Aryeh Harris-Shapiro

An Angel Intrudes

Directed by Karen Loewy

Police, Joe Gambino

Angel, Daniel Ehrenpreis

Jimmy, Matt Melleby

Annabel, Cara Dwyer


Katie Diekhaus

Olivia Hathaway

Lee Condakes

Joseph McLaughlin

Kyle Tague

David Olson



Upcoming Dates and Information!



Hello Troupe friends! Congratulations again, to Raised in Captivity on an amazing production and an extremely successful weekend. Did you love Raised? Do you want more Troupe? Well get excited because we’ve got a whole lot more coming your way!

One Acts

April 25th and 26th

Words, Words, Words

Directed by Celia Gibson

The Angel Intrudes

Directed by Karen Loewy Movilla

Auditions for One Acts and Monologues are March 24th and 25th from 6-10PM in SOC B61. (You must be a dues paying member to audition, so if you haven’t done so already- we know who you are- please bring your $5 with you!)


Email our TA, Marissa, if you are interested in Tech!




By Patrick Hamilton

Directed by Kyle Tague

April 3-5

8PM in the Student Theater

Twelfth Night, Or What You Will

By William Shakespeare

Directed by Abi Oshins and Emily Prescott

April 10-12

8PM in the Student Theater

General Meetings


Spring GM #4

April 6

7PM in the Student Theater

We will be voting on our new Executive Board! We will be accepting nominations right up until voting occurs, so if you’re interested at all and didn’t get a chance to get nominated this time, don’t worry, there is still plenty of time! Those nominated are definitely encouraged to come and talk to our current Eboard! There’s no better resource than those of us doing the jobs and we obviously love Troupe enough to talk about it forever, so don’t be shy and let’s chat!

That’s all for now friends. We’ll see you at One Acts auditions tonight and tomorrow and at Rope, April 3-5!

The first mainstage of the Spring 2014 season: Raised in Captivity opens this weekend!

Hello Troupies!

We hope you had a fantastic and restful spring break and are ready to jump right back because this weekend is our first mainstage of the Spring 2014 Season! That’s right,


It has been years since twins Sebastian and Bernadette have seen each other when they are reunited at the funeral of their mother who was killed by a projectile shower head. Bernadette tries to keep her husband, Kip, in line when he decides that life is too short to be a dentist, whereas Sebastian, who is in love with his prison pen pal, Dylan, also has to fend off Hilary, his former therapist, who is driven insane by her undying love for him. Through witty dialogue and comically beautiful tragedy, these characters attempt to break free of their inner captivity.

Directed by David Olson
Technical Directed by Katy Meyer
Assistant Technical Directed by Tehya Saylor
Produced by   Tom Schrank
Assistant  Produced by Ali Edwards, Tori Mueller, and Maddie Dinndorf

The Cast

Sebastian Bliss, Kyle Mitchell
Bernadette Dixon, Hanna Anderson 
Kip Dixon, Elliot Hanson
Hilary MacMahon/Miranda Bliss, Olivia Wiles
Dylan Taylor Sinclair/Roger, Daniel Ehrenpreis



Performances will be held in the Student Theater at Agganis Arena on March 20-22 beginning at 8pm. Tickets can be purchased ahead of time on Eventbrite and at the door for $5 with membership card/code and for $6 general admission.

Eventbrite link:

RSVP on Facebook:

On the green line, take the B train to St. Paul Street and cross toward FitRec and Agganis Arena. The student theater is located in the passage between these buildings.

Feel free to direct any questions to!

So get your tickets now because they’re selling fast and join us this weekend!