February 26, 2014, 7:30 pm
This play will be presented at the METG High School Drama Festival in March. School locations TBA.
• Preliminary Round: March 1
• Semi-finals: March 15
• Finals in Boston: March 27, 28, 29
Directed by David Nicholson and Rachel Karp
Advisor - Linda Potter
Tech Director – Brendan Hearn
Set Designer – Tom Peterman
Set Painting – Sue Peterman
Props – Julie Liuzzo
Costumes – Erika Petersen
Hair & Makeup – Carol Bradley
Stage Manager: Sarah Early
ASM: Devin McMahon, Julianne Peebles
Set Run -
Producers: Diane Gabrielli, Melinda Karp
Student Producers: Aly Veo, Sabrina Veo, Sarah Mamlet, Marni Ilman, Hannah Karp
Communications: Carolyn Nicholson
Publicity – Sioux Waks
Ticket Manager –
Online Ticket Orders:
Season Tickets – Sue Stewart
MKTix Orders – Candace Doncaster
ABSAF Tickets – Sharon Schulman
Staff Tickets – Judy Bell
Written and Directed by David Nicholson and Rachel Karp
Joshua Hale is 17 and lives with his negligent mother in the fictional town of Windsor Hallow. Aaron Parks, also 17, struggles with bipolar disorder and has recently escaped from Windsor Asylum. When the police mistakenly identify Josh as Aaron Parks and take him to Windsor Asylum, Josh willingly plays the roll of Aaron Parks just to see what will happen. Before long, the fantasy world Josh has created shatters, hurting him and his new friend, Lily. Josh realizes he must free himself from the asylum and replace his fantasy with a more stable reality. It seems daunting, but sometimes all it takes is paper and some glitter glue.
This 40-minute original play will be presented at the METG High School Drama Festival in March.
September 30, 2:30-4:30 – First Rehearsal
In general, rehearsals in the fall will be on Monday from 2:30-4:00 and Fridays from 2:30-6:00. Rehearsals will be worked around both the fall play and the musical so that festival actors can be in other in school shows.