If you are looking for information on the upcoming performance of ImprovBoston on April 14th at 7:30 p.m., visit our Special Events page.
Tickets for Great Expectations:
Pre-sales have been very light so far, but we have a large cast and crew. I know you all want to get tickets to see your kids on stage and in their tech roles. You can avoid long lines at the door before a performance by stopping by the box office this week or by printing out the attached form and having your child put it in the mailbox by Mrs. Cunha's office door with payment. Box Office will be open this week, Monday - Thursday, 6:30 - 7:30 p.m., and 90 minutes prior to each show. Tickets are also available online at ticketstage.com
Parents Volunteers Needed for Great Expectations:
Hope you can help us out in the lobby for one or more of the shows. Thank you! We have a great time, and if you've never done it before, it is a terrific group of folks to get to know and work with. The volunteer form is attached which explains the areas of need. Chelvi Rajadurai, Gina Fiore and Ruthie Gordon are the Lobby Co-coordinators. If you have any questions please contact Chelvi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Refreshments for Great Expectations:
Bev Lawrence would like to remind everyone that each member of the cast AND crew are expected to bring in 18-24 home baked or store bought items either Friday or Saturday night before the show begins (3/7 or 3/8). Details about labeling, wrapping and more are outlined in this letter. The refreshment table is a popular spot and is an important part of our fundraising efforts! We appreciate your food donations so much.
If you can a donate a raffle item, please contact Joyce Camenker, email@example.com. It doesn't have to be fancy or expensive -- sometimes families go in together with a fun idea. Thank you, in advance!
Progressive Dinner -- coming right up!
If you haven't yet RSVP'd to your invite to the Progressive Dinner invitation -- email Laurie at firstname.lastname@example.org with your response. We need to give a firm number of attendees to our caterer by Monday, 3/10 (a week from today). We are really looking forward to a night out with the PSST gang, Progressive-style! I hope you can join us.
Change your clocks this Saturday night
Just a reminder to change your clocks on Saturday night. Spring ahead! We will lose an hour of sleep, but gain an hour of sunlight. Losing an hour of sleep is not such great news on a show weekend, but there you have it.
The DVD form is attached for those who would like to purchase the DVD featuring both winter shows.
Final Set Build for Great Expectations
The final set build, coming up this Saturday, 3/1, will begin earlier than usual -- 8 a.m. and will go until 4 p.m.
There is much to be done, and we hope to have a big group of parents and kids working throughout the day. Even if you have never come to Set Build before, there will be a job just right for you -- promise!
Everyone who comes to Set Build will be given a free Great Expectations button. If that doesn't make you hop out of bed on Saturday a.m., I'm not sure what will. ) Lunch will be provided by your friendly PSST Board.
Also, don't forget to RSVP to Laurie Doherty about the Progressive Dinner, which is coming right up on Saturday, March 15th It is a purely social, fun evening -- that begins at one house for Appetizers, "progresses" to a dinner house with a smaller group, then we gather all together again at a final house for Desserts. For those of you who are new to PSST, this is a wonderful chance to hang out with a terrific group of folks. I hope you will consider joining us. Let Laurie D. know, her email is email@example.com.
You can download the invitation here.