Author Archives: Christopher Brochon
THEA100 Thank You Video
Our Theater 100 students made a quick video this morning to thank our donors. Enjoy!
Get Ready for the New Season of Longwood Theatre
The season will begin before you know it and it’s almost time to get your tickets! Longwood Theatre 2021-2022 season kicks off with David Mamet’s Boston Marriage! “Boston Marriage” is a 1999 play by American playwright David Mamet. The play … Continue reading
THEA 433’s Research Project
The instructions are to research an event that changed us as Americans. This group chose the Pandemic. There were several steps they had to follow: research the event, create fictional characters, create nonfiction dialogue for the characters they created based … Continue reading
Holmes and Watson Talk “Baskerville”
Listen to our Holmes & Watson, Matthew Howard and Erica Johnson, talk about “Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery” in this radio interview which aired today on WFLO. https://hwcdn.libsyn.com/p/5/2/a/52a10c1d5e8ea437/Call_Flo_-_March_31_2021.mp3?c_id=99811553&cs_id=99811553&expiration=1617215549&hwt=be67e995539a41d614eddd55cc8ffcee
Follow the investigation as you prepare to enjoy “Baskerville”
Meet Meg, a Performer in Our Upcoming Show
Today we present a blog interview with a Longwood Theatre freshman Meg Daniel. “She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realms” by Qui Nguyen is her first Longwood show. Q-Tell us a little about yourself? A-I’m a huge Harry Potter fan. In high … Continue reading
Dr. Scarrow and her Freshman Theatre Class
The freshman theatre class has a seminar with Dr. Ronda Scarrow. In this session they are performing monologues, which they have been practicing, in front of a camera for the first time in order to see themselves and learn about … Continue reading
Let’s Check in with the Wardrobe Folks……
Looks like students hard at work. I wonder what they’re making….. Quirky hats! How demure! It’s not all fun and games though, here is some more of the student’s handiwork.
Meet the Freshman Theatre Class!
An Interview with Co-Scenic Designer Hailey Bean
Today we are getting the inside scope on what it’s like painting backdrops for our upcoming production, “She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realms” by Qui Nguyen, with Senior Hailey Bean, the co-scenic designer for the show. Q: Tell us what differences … Continue reading