Currently working at SPT (Swarthmore Project in Theater): the Telephone Bronco Theater Company!
“Telephone Bronco is a new theater company composed of Swarthmore College alumni and current students. We are committed to working as a collective, devising new work, and blending our combined knowledge to incorporate a variety of performance styles and contemporary commentaries. We are devoted to our goals both in the narratives we create and in the ways we create them.”
Telephone Bronco is made of up of both current Theatre Department students (Nell Bang-Jensen ’11 and Isa St. Clair ’11) and recent graduates (Emma Ferguson ’10, McFeely Samuel Goodman ’10, Eric Holzhauer ’10, and Louis Jargow ‘10, Jessie Bear ‘09) and will debut their new work at the Philadelphia Fringe Festival in September 2010.
For more information go to: http://telephonebronco.blogspot.com/
2010 participants in The Swarthmore Project in Theater include Telephone Bronco Theater Company, which is made of up of both current students (Nell Bang-Jensen ’11 and Isa St. Clair ’11) and recent graduates (Emma Ferguson ’10, McFeely Samuel Goodman ’10, Eric Holzhauer ’10, and Louis Jargow ‘10, Jessie Bear ‘09) of the Department and will make its debut at the Philadelphia Fringe Festival in September. Also in residence has been New York City’s Barrow Street Theatre in collaboration with Philadelphia’s Rainpan 43 on rehearsals for a tour to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival of Rainpan 43’s Flesh and Blood & Fish and Fowl, by Geoff Sobelle and Charlotte Ford (production management by Kim Comer ’09). New York City’s The Riot Group will also be in residence for workshops on a new play by Adriano Shaplin (who teaches playwriting in the Department).
Check out more information on the Swarthmore Project in Theater at the Department of Theater’s website!
Congratulations to the 2010 Graduating Seniors!