Looking for meaning in life? Or are you jonesing for another Sondheim show? Either way, Jenna Robbins ’13 has the fix for you.
BEING UNSURE, BEING AFRAID, BEING ALIVE.
Company is the story of Bobby, a single man living in New York who has to face the fact that he is turning 35. A musical with no plot, Company addresses Bobby’s insecurities through interactions with his married acquaintances and past lovers.
April 25th and 26th at 8 pm, April 27th at 9 pm, ’92 Theater
Tickets available for free at the box office on the day of the performance.
From Ben Zucker ’15:
Want to make music? Want to Be Alive???? Wesleyan’s production of Stephen Sondheim’s “Company” (running April 25-27) is looking for musicians to round out our pit orchestra. We are looking for string players, woodwind players (doublers encouraged!), trombonists, and percussionists. If you’re looking to get involved with some theater and to play some beautiful/awesome music, this is the place.
Informal auditions will be held in the Music Studio Lobby on Sunday, March 3, and Monday, March 4, from 4-6 PM. Come ready to play; you don’t have to prepare anything, and expect to sight-read parts of the score. We look forward to having you!
Date: Today, March 3rd and tomorrow, March 4th
Place: Music Studio Lobby
Cost: We’d pay you if we could…