Over the last 18 months, we've all learned a bit about surviving during the strange, uncertain times of a global pandemic. Fortunately, there are experts who have been able to guide us in how to stay safe and healthy, such as washing hands, maintaining social distance, wearing masks, and getting vaccinated.
Many of Shakespeare's characters end up dead before the end of their play. Our production this year explores what they could do differently to not only survive but to have a "happily ever after."
Cast auditions and crew interviews will take place the week of Sept. 27th. Rehearsal begin on Monday, Oct. 4th. Break a leg, everyone!
I learned a lot last year about stage productions. And this year, since we can't do a live show, I'm learning a lot about filming. While we started out planning to do Frozen Jr., we had to completely revise the plan multiple times -- I'm pretty sure we're on Plan F at this point -- in order to deal with COVID-related issues and restrictions. Almost Frozen isn't what we expected but it's still awesome!
From the Director