Come check out the hilarious “The Complete Works Of William Shakespeare (Abridged)” opening this Friday in the Zoellner Black Box! Only $10 for a whopping 37 plays, all cut down to only the best parts! Come see action, romance, murder, and cross-dressing in the event of the season! Don’t miss one of the best things you’ll see all year! This weekend only!
Where and when it is:
The Fowler Black Box Theater
December 4,5, at 7:30 pm
December 6 at 2:00 pm
Do you love acting? Do you love Shakespeare? Want to be a part of a hilarious three actor comedy that spans EVERY SINGLE Shakespeare has ever written (or at least his more popular ones) directed by Lehigh’s very own Adrienne Chodnowsky? Then try out for THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE ABRIDGED!
Auditions for the show will be October 5th (6pm-9pm) and 6th (7:20pm-8pm) in the Black Box theater in Zoellner. Callbacks will October 6th as well.
Performances will be December 4th, 5th and 6th.
Be sure to sign up in advance to possibly snag a role in an absolutely incredible show!
Check out the flyer or email Adrienne at email@example.com for more info
Complete Works Flyer
If you are interested in auditions for the upcoming musical “Violet”, directed by Pam Pepper, sign up for auditions today! You can sign up as well as get more information about the show outside of room 301 in Zoellner. Auditions are September 16th and 17th, from 6pm to 9pm, and callbacks will be Friday, September 18th. There are currently open slots for three main male characters, as well as 6 ensemble slots (3m, 3w). Show dates are November 13, 14, 15, 18, 19, 20, & 21. Follow the link below for more information about this performance:
More info on VIOLET
The M&C has just received very exciting news from the Department of Theater: Wednesday’s performance of Romeo and Juliet will be free to all students and faculty.
The Department of Theatre is pleased to announce a free performance of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, Wednesday, April 15, 2015 at 8pm in the Zoellner Arts Center’s Diamond Theater. The production, directed by Professor Augustine Ripa, features a cast of twenty-one Lehigh University students, with scenic design by Elizabeth Frino ’14, costume design by Mary Ann Swords Greene, sound design by Andrew DiPrinzio ’15 and lighting design by Alan Ebersole, ‘15. Complimentary tickets to Wednesday night’s performance are available to all Lehigh University students, faculty, and staff. Please join us!
All you have to do is present your Lehigh ID at the box office and you can receive a free ticket to the performance.
Touchstone theater recently reached out to us to inform us about a very exciting event coming to Bethlehem this weekend:
Touchstone Theater announces the world premiere of our latest community-based production Journey from the East. This large-scale theatrical event will take place outdoors on April 18, 19, 25, and 26 at 3:00pm on the South Bethlehem Greenway at the Chinese Harmony Pavilion, with educational and cultural opportunities surrounding the performances. ALL events are FREE of charge!
We would love it if you and the members of Mustard & Cheese would consider joining us for this exciting event. The performance will also provide a unique educational opportunity, as it is original work and involves community members whose theatrical experience ranges from high school students to long-time professionals. This performance also highlights the challenges and possibilities that the found spaces of an outdoor setting presents, which might be of particular interest to your group.
If you would like more information, shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will put you in contact with Touchstone Theater.
The R&J preview is here and we are extremely hyped for this show. Romeo and Juliet opens THIS FRIDAY and features many of M&C’s own. You can buy tickets at this link or at the Zoellner Box office!
This Wednesday (March 18) Peter and the Starcatcher
will be coming to Zoellner. The M&C has 20 student rush tickets on hold for only $10 a ticket. Contact AJ (email@example.com) to get one of those heavily discounted tickets for yourself. The first 20 people to pay get to go.
About the show:
“Did you ever wonder how Peter Pan became The Boy Who Never Grew Up? This hilarious swashbuckling prequel, a winner of five Tony Awards, will have you hooked from the moment you let your imagination take flight!”