Nobles Parents' E-Newsletter

October 2013

Nobles Parents' E-Newsletter October 2013

Nobles Theatre Collective



Greetings from the Nobles Theatre Collective.  We hope you had a great summer and we extend a warm welcome to our new families. 

During the 2013-2014 school year, the Nobles Theatre Collective (NTC) will produce three mainstage shows as well as five student directed plays and a Middle School production.

Fall: "The Office" meets "Brazil" in Vaclav Havel’s Kafkaesque dark comedy, "The Memorandum", which we will produce as our fall mainstage production on Nov. 5 - 8, at 6:30 pm and on Nov. 9 at 2 p.m.

Winter: This winter will bring the hilarious comedy, "Noises Off", on the mainstage, the work of five student directors, and Museum playwright Tina Howe’s "East of the Sun" as the Middle School play.

Spring: We will finish our year with a Turner-Halperin adaptation of "The Pirates of Penzance" featuring our contemporary spin on the classic comedy.

There are many ways for students to get involved with NTC and we encourage them to participate regardless of experience level.  We hope they will consider taking a class, acting in a production, working backstage, and attending performances. 

Parents can also get involved by organizing family potluck dinners, providing snacks for cast and crew, selling refreshments at intermission, ushering and, of course, attending the shows. 

If you would like to volunteer or have questions, please contact the 2013-2014 NTC reps, Ann McSheffrey at tmcgrail@verizon.net or John DeVoy at jhdevoy@gmail.com. 

You can also log on and complete the NTC Volunteer Form on the parents’ password protected page on the Nobles website.

We are very excited to be a part of the NTC team and look forward to meeting you!

Thank you.
Ann McSheffrey and John DeVoy
 

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