New York Theatre Showcase 2019
Monday, March 11, 2019
Helen Mills Event Space & Theater
137 West 26th St
New York, New York 10001
Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts School of Theatre, the annual Theatre Showcase serves as a celebration of the Class of 2019 and the group’s formal introduction to the professional theatre community. This event will include a Performance Showcase, a Design & Production Exhibit, and a reception for all.
Schedule of Events:
- 3pm-4pm: BFA Performance Showcase
- 4pm-8pm: BFA & MFA Design & Production Showcase Exhibit
- 6pm-7pm: BFA Performance Showcase (encore presentation)
- 5:30pm-7:45pm: Industry & Alumni Reception
RSVPs strongly encouraged:
Meet the Class of 2019
Please click on the headshot to view the student’s personal website.
BFA Performance Showcase Video
BFA Stage Management
BFA & MFA Costume Design and BFA & MFA Costume Production
BFA Lighting Design
BFA & MFA Scene Design
BFA Sound Design
BFA Theatre Arts Design & Production
MFA Production Management
Showcase Student Committee
The Student Committee is a collaborative team of undergraduate and graduate students who have worked with School of Theatre staff and faculty to plan and execute this event. Those students are:
Madison Lusby (Showcase 2019 Production Manager), Logan Lower (Showcase 2019 Technical Director) Emma Barron, Rosalind Bevan, William Brown, Emma Cooney, Paul Dufrense, Danielle Elegy, Mark Fortunato, Jonas Hayes, Grace Hill, Zane Kealey, Samantha Knox, Saskia Martinez, Londeen McEachron, Meg McGuigan, Thomas Mitsock, Michelle Moriarty, Chloe Moore, Kevin Morris, Sean Perreira, Kirk Ruby, Andrea Sala, Michelle Sparks, Christa Tausney, Jillian Tone, Trish Torpey, Kayla Williams, and Kat Zhou.
Stay in Touch
To receive a packet of student headshots, or to be added to our mailing list for future theatre showcases, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Boston University Theatre Showcase is made possible by the Jonathan M. Scharer Fund for Career Development in Theatre Arts, through the generosity of Seymore and Vivian Scharer, and the Stewart F. Lane and Bonnie Comley Fund for Career Development.