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Printed 8-page programs will be distributed to audience members at the show. Printed programs include a URL and QR Code that point to the online program. The online program includes full company bios and other information and are about 24 pages long.
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This is the recording of the 75 minute discussion on cruise ship work. It includes in-depth discussion on the benefits and challenges of working on cruise ships, how each panelist got into this work, and many of the unexpected aspects of working in this industry. It was held between the current students of TH2100 Technology for Theatre Professionals, other current interested students, and a panel of alumni from our program from recent history. An email address is listed here for each panelist. The email addresses are visible only if you are logged in to this callboard. Panelists Brady Piper Lynch studied Musical Theatre at Plymouth State (class of ’11) before moving to New York City. After only two months, she booked a 10-month contract on Disney Cruise Lines, as well as her first off-Broadway show. Brady played Belle in a new production of A Christmas Carol entitled Three Ghosts (available on Spotify), and then moved to Toronto to rehearse. In the 2½ month rehearsal process, she learned 5 shows (including The Golden Mickey’s, Toy Story, and Disney Dreams) and understudied three other roles besides her own. Brady sailed 7 and 14 day cruises to Alaska, Hawaii, Western Mexico, and the Read More
Dear Matt and the Legendary P.S.U. Theatre Department, On behalf of the entire New Hampshire Educational Theatre Guild, I would like to extend our sincerest thanks and congratulations for an incredibly successful day. To be sure, this year had increased challenges, and your staff weathered them admirably. I can’t tell you how good it felt to walk back into the Silver Center for a day of theater education after a long hiatus. Speaking as a teacher of attending students, my group had a fantastic day and learned a great deal that will stay with them as they take on future projects. As always, P.S.U. set the bar high for our students and have given them a great deal to think about. Congratulations as well on your production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime. A fabulous production, to be sure. Thank you, Matt, for all of your hard work in setting this up. We, as a board, are incredibly appreciative of your efforts. We look forward to our continued attendance to this annual event. We wish your department all the best for the rest of the year. Sincerely, Scott GiesslerPresident, NHETG
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Scheduled: Oct 19 from Noon-1:15PM A group of about six alumni from the PSU Theatre program will be convening on Zoom. The group has extensive past and current experience working in various capacities on cruise ships. We will be discussing how to get into this work, the pros and cons, and anything else that comes up between the panel and attending students. This roundtable discussion is synchronized for the course Technology for Theatre Professionals this semester. However, the zoom meeting will be open for all theatre majors and minors.
Thanks so much for auditioning! As discussed in the audition process, we have not double-cast the entire show. The roles of Lucy and Sally are the only ones that are doubled. We look forward to working with all of you! – Fran, Hannah, Lisa, and Justin REHEARSALS begin the week of 9/13. To accept your role, please initial next to your name on the copy in the lounge. Cast List SALLY BROWN Emily TrubeyGrace Gilbert LUCY VAN PELT Emma Molloy*Joey Goldberg SNOOPY Kyle Sidders SCHROEDER Jackson Ploof CHARLIE BROWN Harrison Christilles LINUS VAN PELT Teddy Wilkin *Dance Captain
Just like a real bulletin board, anyone can post a schedule here. This will mostly be for stage managers to use. If you have a project or a scene for a class, though, you may post it here. Select + New –> Schedule. Give the schedule a logical name, such as “Music Rehearsal,” or “Stage Kiss.” Your name and the date you posted it will be listed next to the title. The most recent schedules are listed first. Select the appropriate Ensemble for this schedule. If we have three shows in rehearsal, use this to tell us which cast this is for. The Callboard will use this to sort things out. Enter any text you like into the text field. It is just like writing an email or a blog post. More Help on this is Here.