Practice your tongue twisters and put on your thinking caps, because Tufts will be hosting a Spelling Bee on Monday and Tuesday night. Well – Torn Ticket II will be holding it’s workshop production of the classic musical “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” in Barnum 008. To get a dose of some of the laughs, catchy tunes, and ridiculous antics, watch the preview below:
“The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” will be performed in Barnum 008 at 8PM on Monday April, 15 and 9:15PM on Tuesday April 16. Admission is free with no tickets required.
Have you still got a little child in you? Still looking for something to do this weekend? Then check out 3P’s production of ‘Alice in Wonderland‘ – although get your tickets fast because Saturday night’s show has already sold out and Friday and Saturday are on their way to!
Tickets are available at the Balch Arena Box office for the 8PM performances on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, including standing room tickets on the day of each performance.
The 3P’s workshop production, ‘tempODYSSEY’ premieres tonight and tonight only in the Balch Arena Theater at 7PM and 9PM. The show about Seattle, black-holes, and escaping one’s past is “one any college student can relate to” according to senior Lindsay Carpenter, the play’s director. Get a sneak peak of the show here:
The 3P’s production of Michael Frayn’s explosive nuclear drama “Copenhagen” premieres tonight as a one night engagement in the Balch Arena Theater at 7PM and 9PM. They Daily is happy to provide you this visual in addition to our written preview of the show which is directed by Michael Roubey and stars Maya Grodman, Alexander Kaufman, and Artoun Festekjian. Tickets are available for free at the Balch Arena Box Office.
Students who haven’t had the chance to check out the Department of Drama and Dance’s modern interpretation of the bard’s “Measure for Measure” have the chance to do so tomorrow evening with the special $1 night. Tickets are available at the Balch Arena Box Office, but they’ll sell out quick!
To get a look into the show, watch this preview of the play complete with interviews from director Sheriden Thomas, costume director Marney Kingsley, and actors Edward Rosini and Evey Reidy.