Rep Term XVI

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During Winter Term 2013, 35 students got together and made magic- both with each others bodies and with their various stage crafts.

It can also be considered a Study abroad program in the Ford Country for Fine Arts.

This was a great time for all, especially that creepy puppet.

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[edit] The two shows produced were:

The Green Bird by Carlo Gozzi, Directed by Liz Metz

The Caucasian Chalk Circle by Bertolt Brecht, Directed by Jeff Grace

[edit] Other Faculty Members Involved

Neil Blackadder, who taught the seminar course and wasn't really around otherwise.

Craig Choma, aka the greatest dude.

Jennifer Smith, who taught us to find our 'bumpity bumps'.

Margo Shively, goddess of all that is beautiful.

Sherwood Kiraly was nowhere to be found, to the disappointment of all. Especially Alyssa Gill.

Sam Newport was there too.


[edit] Shenanigans

NO NO NO DON'T GO IN THERE! THERE'S JIZZ! EVERYWHERE!

DING.

DONG.

BYEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE.

[edit] Notable notes

Nobody smelled bad, which is great. That made life easier.

What DID smell bad was having to carve a literal fuck-ton of foam to make those portals, which apparently bored The Knox Student.

Mya Kahler had to sit onstage for three hours just watching The Green Bird. Thanks, Liz Metz. She did it five times in performances, and too many times to count during rehearsals. At least she developed those strong sitting muscles that are so important.

[edit] Students Involved

Emily Antoff, Sam Auch, John Bird, Lena Brandis, Marina Capizzi, Paula Castanos, Hannah Compton, Alli Diamond, Rose Dolezal, Rachel Fisher, Alyssa Gill, Bridget Golembiewski, Kathleen Gullion, Emily Harvey, Rebekah Heusel, Emily Ioppolo, Mya Kahler, Paul Kenney, Miranda Loeber, Chloe Luetkemeyer, Franzesca Mayer, Jesse Mitchell, Jmaw Moses, Jo Niederhoff, Emily Passarelli, Neil Phelps, Jonathan Plotnick, Missy Preston, Andrew Purvis, Oakton Reynolds, Jamie Ruml, Jacob Schneider, Steve Selwa, Jordyn Stewart, Avery Wigglesworth

Post-Baccalaureate students who were very important who were involved: Paul Lurenz III Sam Brownson

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