Stage Manager and Designer Wanted!

Rob Rusli ’10 is looking for a Stage Mannager and a Designer for his play, Death of a Ghost:

DEATH OF A GHOST is a tragic superhero musical, and we’re looking for a production crew! We need (Ranked in importance)

1) Stage manager!
2) Costume designer (VERY IMPORTANT, MUST BE SWEET!)
3) Lighting designer
4) Props designer

Here is a blurb of the show:
“Sheldon Callows is one of millions of people suffering in the corrupt and drug abused city of New Havok. There is little hope, save one woman; a masked vigilante named ‘Eclipse’ who is desperately trying to do good using her powers from unknown origins. Of the millions of people hurting, each with their own story, Sheldon’s tale stands out. “The Death of a Ghost” is a musical story about a man who tried to save his family and his city from destruction, but was betrayed and left to die. Fueled solely by his thirst for revenge, he acquired extraordinary abilities; abilities which consumed his soul and eventually his life.”

If you are interested, please e-mail rrusli@wes as soon as possible! We would like to get this show on its way as soon as possible for the SPRING SEMESTER (Hopefully we will get approved by 2nd stage, but we need a production team to do so). Auditions coming soon!

14 thoughts on “Stage Manager and Designer Wanted!

  1. Anonymous

    “JAWS” was as it was, whatever you feel about it. I think Rob is a motivated, interesting and talented young composer who has had the guts and audacity to churn out musicals with creativity and passion, and nobody should silence him for his genuine earnestness.

  2. Anonymous

    “JAWS” was as it was, whatever you feel about it. I think Rob is a motivated, interesting and talented young composer who has had the guts and audacity to churn out musicals with creativity and passion, and nobody should silence him for his genuine earnestness.

  3. Andrew

    First of all, I saw Jaws, and it was a really fun, entertaining show. But I guess it didn’t have the “substance” to be anything but terrible, right? You pretentious-ass, hatin’, motha fu–as… Secondly… Happy thanksgiving!

  4. Andrew

    First of all, I saw Jaws, and it was a really fun, entertaining show. But I guess it didn’t have the “substance” to be anything but terrible, right? You pretentious-ass, hatin’, motha fu–as…

    Secondly… Happy thanksgiving!

  5. Anonymous

    no, just one terrible play. he did jaws the musical last year, it was AWESOME. this should be too, i can’t wait!!!!!

  6. Anonymous

    no, just one terrible play. he did jaws the musical last year, it was AWESOME. this should be too, i can’t wait!!!!!

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