BOTH PRODUCTIONS OF WASTED EVENING WITH TOM LEHRER AND COMPANY HAVE BEEN CAST! CHECK BACK SOON FOR MORE DETAILS!
Company 1996 Version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iamM_Qe7nbw
Company 2006 Version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AjHGXwsgQio&list=PL489D16323330325E
Company 2011 version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qU-_f3uOnIo
A cabaret, audience-involved night of revelry and disdain with 23 (for now) songs by Lehrer: 75 non-stop minutes in the Rath with food and beverages.
Final Student Performances
Friday December 2 - Ramo Auditorium, 7:30 pm
A Satirical Musical Revue
Wasted Evenings with Tom Lehrer - An Evening of Lehrer songs performed by the Caltech Community Directed by Brenda Varda
January 26 and 27 and February 2 and 3
All Shows start at 7:30! – RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Dinner/Drinks - Athenaeum Rathskellar downstairs
Main Stage Performance
Stephen Sondheim’s Company, Directed by Brian Brophy
February 23, 24, 25 - 7:30 pm and February 26, 2:30 pm matinee
March 2, 3 – 7:30 pm and March 4, 2:30 pm - closing matinee
Spring Mach 33 2017 Readings
Saturday April 22 - Ramo Auditorium, 7:00 pm
Earth Day Vavilov’s Garden by Mark Eckard
Food Truck/Coffee/Desserts 6:00 - 7:00 pm
Post Show Panel Discussion 9:00 - 10:00 pm
Sunday April 30-5:00 pm
Somber Science by Matilde Marcolli (PMA) and the difficult alchemy of scientific collaboration and mentoring, the pitfalls of narcissism, and the beauty of science.
Caltech Student Written Play
Faustus PhD by Mark Kozlowski (G4 Chemistry)
May 5, 6 - 7:30 pm and May 7 Matinee 2:30 pm Ramo Auditorium
Fame, fortune, and a Nobel prize at 35! A comedy about selling your soul for science.
Final Storytelling Student Presentation
June 9, 2017, 7:30 pm
TACIT, as Theater Arts at Caltech is familiarly known, typically prepares and performs two or three plays each academic year. Recent productions include Alice Through The Wormhole, Dr. Keeling's Curve, Rent, and Gobble Up Stories.
Members of the Caltech community have the opportunity to learn all aspects of the theatrical craft—acting, stage crew, set construction, wardrobe, light and sound operation, properties, house management, and publicity—and to work with professionals in areas of theater design: set, light, sound, costume, and music. This is a hands-on approach, not classroom theory. It also provides an appreciation of the theatrical literature and exposure to the literature of many languages (in translation).