First off, congratulations to everyone involved in our TECH SHOW. It was a hilarious production and a successful night, so thank you!
Aaand more thanks goes to everyone who came to Andrew’s All-American Axe-Stravaganza: A Charity Event for Charity! We raised $706 for our Charity Show and Americans for the Arts, which is AMAZING. Thank you, membership.
Tonight was the night! You voted and the results are in and now I have the pleasure of announcing our…
The Drowsy Chaperone
Book by Bob Martin and Don McKellar
Music and lyrics by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison
Directed by Hanna Wasserman
Musically Directed by Lee Condakes
Written by Peter Schaffer
Directed by Eli Brenna
Written by Sarah Ruhl
Directed by Celia Gibson and Lauren Kolodkin
Alice in Wonderland
Adapted from the novel by Lewis Carroll by the Manhattan Project
Directed by Michael Gobiel and Audrey Wood
Congratulations to the directors! Next season is sure to be fantastic.
BUT, that doesn’t mean our Spring Season is even close to being over. We have so much in store in the coming weeks, so mark your calendars and get ready…
Written by David Ives
Directed by Aryeh Harris-Shapiro
Written and Directed by Eli Brenna
Mary Just Broke Up With This Guy
Written by Garth Wingfield
Directed by Celia Gibson
Auditions for One Acts are in ONE WEEK on March 4th & 5th from 6-10PM in CAS B27.
We are also opening up our One Act Festival to MONOLOGUES, so if you have one prepared or want to work on one for the show, come to auditions with it and show us what you got!
The One Acts Festival will be April 26th & 27th in the Jacob Sleeper Auditorium.
If you are interested in tech, please email Andrew Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org) after the cast list goes up with your tech experience and interests.
Our annual award show is coming up on May 1st and we are pleased to announce our HOSTS for the event: Greg Nedeltscheff and Ryan Chernin!
More information will be out soon, but if you are ROASTING a senior, be sure to come to the ROASTING WORKSHOP next Sunday (March 3rd) at 2PM in ZISKIND.
If you are staying in Boston for the summer and want to be involved in our SUMMER SHOW, pitches for it are due on March 26th at 111 Cummington. Fill out the form found on the website!
Our next meeting, March 24th at 7pm in a location TBA, we will be voting on our new Executive Board! We will be accepting nominations right up until voting happens, so if you’re interested at all and didn’t get a chance to get nominated this time, don’t fret!
Don’t forget, if you’re nominated, we encourage you 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!
Our Charity Show Or, opens this week!
Tickets will be sold at the Activities Information Desk in the GSU for $5. Come to the show Thursday, Friday, or Saturday at 8PM in the Student Theater. All proceeds will go to Americans for the Arts, so come out and see a wonderful show and support something we all love–the arts!