Some compiled updates

The Tech Assignments are now posted. It's not too late to get a position, so if you're still interested, send us an e-mail.

Vanessa Tanicien and Emily Shumsky, the heads of our catering crew for Dinner Theatre, are looking for wait staff to help with the serving of dinner. Servers will have to arrive at 5pm on Feb 29 and Mar 1. It's a great way to get involved with this spectacular event and see the show for free. E-mail Emily (eashumsky@gmail.com) or Vanessa (vanessa.tanicien@gmail.com) to offer your services.

Andrea Sujkowski, is in the process of putting together video clips for the alumni reception at our Dinner Theatre spectacular. If you have a DVD copy of any Stage Troupe Production, past or present, and would be willing to let her borrow it to copy, please email her at andrea.sujkowski@gmail.com. In the email please list which DVD(s) you have, and she will let you know whether or not she already has a copy. Also for the alumni reception, Andrea would like to put together photo collages of Stage Troupe Activites. Do you have photo's from backstage, onstage, One Acts, Combat, BUSTies, or other Stage Troupe Activites and Shows? If so, and you would be willing to share them, please send the pictures to andrea.sujkowski@gmail.com. Please refrain from sending pictures where the photo participants are obviously intoxicated.

Some more audition announcements:

A graduate director at the School of Theatre is looking for some people to fill some small roles in the play, "Two Sisters and a Piano" by Nilo Cruz. The parts are small, without any lines, and the show runs the weekend of Feb 14-16. E-mail Rey Lopez at rey@reylopez.com if interested.

Willing Suspension Productions is looking for a Mother. More specifically, we're looking for a female actor willing to adopt a small-medium size role in a production already under rehearsal. The play is A Mad World, My Masters by Thomas Middleton, a city comedy from 1608. The role is a lot of fun - dirty jokes abound - and the cast is great. The show dates are March 5-7, and rehearsals are 1-3 times per week (every Sunday with some possible additional weekday rehearsals). Interested parties should email wsuspen@bu.edu to set up an audition appointment ASAP. Willing Suspension is a theater group here on campus run by the graduate English department. They put on productions of Shakespeare's contemporaries. The cast and crew is made of graduate and undergraduate students. Come join your fellow Stage Troupies Jarman Day-Bohn, Don Meeg, Paul Hansen, Owen Schmitt, and Lucas Griswold in this incredibly fun theater group!

Auditions for the Jewish Theatre Guild's production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat are this week. Vocal audition are Monday and Tuesday Feb 4th and 5th from 7-10pm in CAS 114B. Dance Auditions are Wednesday Feb 3rd from 5:30-7:30. Callbacks are that Thursday. Contact director Yosi Merves for more information at ymerves@bu.edu.
The Jewish Theatre Guild is a newer performing arts group whose performance and rehearsals are sensitive to the Jewish Sabbath and Holidays (ie, not on Friday nights, not during
Passover), although you absolutely DO NOT need to be Jewish to be involved.