This spring FTC is excited to present From Up Here!
We need talented actors and committed techies! Auditions will be January 24th and 25th in the Harrison Basement. You don’t need to bring or prepare anything for auditions or – just stop by at some point on either of the scheduled days!
Kenny Barrett did something that has everyone worried. He wishes he could just make it through the rest of his senior year unnoticed, but that’s going to be hard since he has to publicly apologize to his entire high school. At home, his mother is struggling with a rocky start to her second marriage and a surprise visit from her estranged sister. A new play about a family limping out the door in the morning and coming home no matter what.
From Up Here
Play by Liz Flahive
Directed by Esther Cohen
Produced by Carson House
Sunday, January 24 from 2pm-6pm
Monday, January 25 from 8pm-midnight
Friday, January 29 from 2pm-6pm in the Harrison Mezzanine
Saturday, January 30 from 4pm-7pm in the Platt Performing Arts House Lobby
We are proud to announce the cast of our Winter 2016 show, Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead!
Rosencrantz: Chelsea Cylinder
Guildenstern: Jeremy Cohen
Player: Gray Stanton
Hamlet: Max Gabarre-Gindrod
Polonius/Tragedian/Laertes: Carissa Redfield
Gertrude/Tragedian: Izzy Lopez
Soldier/Horatio/Tragedian: Mikie Sakanaka
Claudius/Tragedian: Mikey Miller
Soldier/Alfred/Ambassador: Nick Palombi
Ophelia/Tragedian/Ambassador: Allison Day
Want to get involved with this amazingly fun show? Come out for tech interviews on Sunday, December 6 from 3pm to 10pm! No experience necessary; we hope to see you there!
This winter FTC is excited to present Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead!
We need talented actors and committed techies! You don’t need to bring or prepare anything for either auditions or interviews – just stop by at some point on either of the scheduled days!
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead
Play by Tom Stoppard
Directed by Sarah Zerod
Produced by Greg Olberding
Saturday, November 21st from 2pm-6pm
Sunday, November 22nd from 6pm-10pm
Sunday, December 6 from 3pm-10pm
Harrison Upper Lobby
Play by NINA RAINE
Directed by MIRA TAICHMAN
Produced by JESSICA SCHWARZ
ASL interpreters will be present on Thursday and Friday!
Tribes is the story of a highly dysfunctional family, complete with a crassly inappropriate father, a mother who tries to keep him in check, and three twenty-something-year-old kids who are stuck living begrudgingly at home. The family’s chaotic balance is upset, however, when their deaf youngest son Billy brings home Sylvia, a young women from a deaf family who is going deaf herself. Sylvia’s background, lifestyle, and worldview force Billy’s family to confront a series of uncomfortable questions: How do we define our identities? Why do people feel that they are insurmountably different from one another? How do we preserve the unique, precious traits that set us each apart without letting them become justifications for isolation, exclusion, and ignorance of others? Through its humorous but stingingly honest script, Tribes forces us all to examine how we understand ourselves in relation to the people around us—strangers and loved ones alike.
Thursday, November 12 @ 8:30 pm
Friday, November 13 @ 6 pm
Saturday, November 14 @ 2 pm
Houston Hall, Class of ’49
$8 on Locust Walk, $10 at the door
We are proud to announce the cast of our Fall 2015 show, Nina Raine’s Tribes!
Billy: Patrick Loftus
Sylvia: Kelsey Plona
Daniel: Cole Speidel
Ruth: Mackenzie Holmes
Christopher: Aaron Kelly
Beth: Tess Speranza
Follow our production process on our Facebook page and come see the final product on Thursday, November 12th, Friday November 13th, and Saturday November 14th! We are so excited to share this beautiful show with you!
This fall FTC is excited to present Tribes!
We need talented actors and committed techies! Auditions will be August 30th and 31st in Williams from 8 pm to 12 am each night. Tech interviews will be September 8th and 9th, tentatively scheduled for 7 pm to 11 pm in the Harrison Mezzanine. You don’t need to bring or prepare anything for either auditions or interviews – just stop by at some point on either of the scheduled days!
Play by Nina Raine
Directed by Mira Taichman
Produced by Jessica Schwarz
August 30th and 31st
8 pm to 12 am
September 8th and 9th
7 pm to 11 pm
Harrison Upper Lobby
Music and lyrics by ADAM GWON
Directed by NATE STAUFFER
Music Directed by ERIC LIFLAND
Produced by HALEY MANKIN
When Deb loses her most precious possession–the notes to her graduate thesis–she unwittingly starts a chain of events that turns the ordinary days of four New Yorkers into something extraordinary. Told through a series of intricately connected songs and vignettes, Ordinary Days is an original musical about growing up and enjoying the view.
RSVP on Facebook!
Friday, August 21@ 8pm
Saturday, August 22 @ 10pm
Monday, August 24 @ 8 pm
Harrison House, Sky Lounge
Free for Freshmen! $10 for Upperclassmen!