2015 Season, Boom Artists, Boomerang Support, Indie Theatre Community

Happy Valentine’s Day from Boomerang Theatre Company

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2014 Season, Boom Artists, Boomerang Support, donations, How you can help, Indie Theatre Community, New Plays, Planning

14 Playwrights, 7000 audience members, and 1 special request

When looking back on our year at Boomerang Theatre Company we have been thrilled to have had the opportunity to:

  • Give 14 playwrights the opportunity to develop new work
  • Produce 2 exciting Shakespeare Revivals in outdoor settings
  • Provide entertainment for over 7000 audience members

And none of this would have been possible without YOU our generous donors and supporters. This year your support has been invaluable in paying for everything from rehearsal space to period costumes, to compensation for all of the incredible talent we’ve been able to bring together. We are so grateful for those of you who attended our shows, donated to our campaigns, and spread the word on social media. We love making great theatre for you and we’re excited to make even more in 2015.

In the coming year, we plan to:

  • Host another FREE Shakespeare production in Central Park 
  • Expand our First Flight new play festival and continue to support the work of talented playwrights. 
  • Present the first musical in Boomerang’s production history

And we hope that you’ll be a part of all of this with us again. As we close out 2014, we look to you our supporters to help us continue the work we’re doing.

That’s why we’re asking you to consider making an end of the year donation to the company so that we can continue this great work. 

We know that this time of year your inbox is usually loaded with requests for support, and we appreciate you considering us in your end of year giving process. We have an ambitious season ahead of us and we’re counting on your support.

Won’t you join us in making awesome theatre in 2015?

You can make so much happen by simply clicking here.

Here’s to an incredible 2015.

Happy Holidays!

Sincerely,
Tim, Sue, John, Cailin and Danielle

P.S.- Your support really does make a HUGE difference! Again, you can donate quickly and easily by clicking HERE

See you in 2015! 

A Midsummer Night's Dream in Central Park
A Midsummer Night’s Dream in Central Park
Love's Labour's Lost in Bryant Park
Love’s Labour’s Lost in Bryant Park
2014 Season, Boom Artists, Indie Theatre Community, Shakespeare

Join us for the Midsummer finale weekend!

Folks…we don’t want you to miss one of the final two performances of A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM this weekend in Central Park. Please join us!

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A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM
by William Shakespeare
Directed by John Greenleaf

Saturday July 19th and Sunday July 20th at 2pm
in Central Park (71st Street and Central Park West)
enter at W69th or W72nd Streets
 
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Admission is Free!
No tickets, no lines, no hassle
Just bring a blanket, a picnic, a friend or nothing at all!

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We’ll see you there!

2014 Season, Boom Artists, Indie Theatre Community, Shakespeare

More Photos from Midsummer rehearsal

Hey folks…here are some additional shots of Midsummer Night’s Dream rehearsal. Later this week, we’ll give you a sneak peak at the costumes…

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and here’s a quick pic of what rehearsal is really like at times.

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A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM opens this Saturday June 21st at 2pm in Central Park. For more info, click here.

Would you like to make a donation to help support this production? Please click here!

2014 Season, Boom Artists, Indie Theatre Community, Shakespeare

Introducing the cast of A Midsummer Night’s Dream

We are super excited about the dynamite cast John Greenleaf has assembled for our 2014 production of A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM. The show opens June 21st in Central Park.

The cast includes William John Austin (Oberon), Jeff Burchfield (Starveling), Miles Butler (Flute), Caleb Carlson (Theseus), Laura Darrell (Hermia), Edgar Eguia (Snug), Bret Richard Hoskins (Lysander), Cassandra Johnstone (Hippolyta), Adriana Jones (Lavender), Annalisa Loeffler (Titania), Dan Lovley (Snout), Uriel Menson (Egeus), Scott Michael Morales (Puck), Kristin Patton (Helena), Vinnie Penna (Bottom), R. David Robinson (Quince), Spencer Scott (Demetrius) and Barbara Drum Sullivan (Philostrate).

The production team includes Sarah Lahue (Stage Manager), Danielle Demisay (Assistant Director), Jessa-Raye Court (Costumes), Joe Mathers (Fight Direction) and interns Ashley McDonald and Kat Meister.

We cant wait to get these guys out in the park!

Here are a few snapshots from first read thru…

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