Share your story about your defining moment
“Avenue Q” is a raucous and clever musical full of puppets and fun. But it also takes a close look at a time of life when most of us are trying to find our way and define who we are and what we want.
It’s made us all think about moments when we faced ourselves and had some insight into what mattered most.
We invite you to tell about a time you were finding your purpose in life. Where were you and what happened?
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Watch the puppets come to life! Puppet coach invites you.
AFD Members! You know who you are. And you are welcome to come down to the theater on Thursday Sept 11 at 7PM and watch the Avenue Q puppet coach at work! She will be working with the Ave Q actors and their puppets for the first time in a workshop setting. Anyone who wants to observe is welcome to attend. (Not a member? see our website to join!)
Sept 11 at 7PM and watch the Avenue Q puppet coach at work!
And here are some photos of the delightful preparations going on!
Boy oh boy, we’re excited about this upcoming season! Be sure to join AFD so you don’t miss a beat, and join us for some of the fun, too! Volunteer to help on a play, it’s a wicked good time.
We had a lovely time at our annual meeting, and got a preview of next season’s plays from producers/directors.
We also announced winners of some great things, including:
- Congratulations to the winner of the 2014 Denis Fitzpatrick Scholarship,Mason Beutler, 2014 graduate of Arlington High School.
- Congratulations to Charlie Carr, winner of this year’s Myl Trempf Award.
Everyone works so very hard to make AFD productions so great. So we’re always delighted when our cast and company get acknowledged by people who know what they’re talking about. Recently, our productions were honored by DASH and EMACT.
Recently announced winners at the EMACT Festival:
- Outstanding: Linda Burtt/Arlington Friends of the Drama – The Importance of Being Earnest, Costumes
- Outstanding: Carol Antos/Arlington Friends of the Drama – A Little Night Music, Costumes
- High Honors: Bob Pascucci for sound design of “The Mai”
Recently announced DASH nominations:
- Kathleen Dalton in A Little Night Music (Arlington Friends Of The Drama)
- Iain Bason in The Mai (Arlington Friends of the Drama)
- Sirena Abalian in A Little Night Music (Arlington Friends of the Drama)
- Kris Lundin for The Importance Of Being Earnest (Arlington Friends Of The Drama) (make up and hair)
- Jennifer Soucy in The Mai (Arlington Friends of the Drama)
- Margaret McCarty in A Little Night Music (Arlington Friends of the Drama)
- EXCELLENCE IN MUSICAL COMPOSITION & EXECUTION
Valerie Ellen Forgione (composer) & Antoine Malfroy-Camine (cellist) for The Mai (Arlington Friends of the Drama)
Looking so great in dress rehearsal. Hope you can make it!
They got the goods…