CREW SESSIONS ARE SCHEDULED MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY FROM 3:30 - 6:00 PM. AND ON SATURDAYS FROM 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM OR 1:30 - 4:30 PM. TECHNICAL AND DRESS REHEARSALS END BY 8:00 P.M.

Running Crew

Stage Manager - Henry Blasingame

Assistant Stage Managers - Reagan Maydew & Katherine Connolly

Light Board Op. - Kirsten Krieman

Sound Board Ops. (A1) - Elijah Barker & Owen May

Props Master - Reagan Maydew

Followspot Ops. - Alberto Ayerza & Connor Kane

Audio Technicians (A2) - Elizabeth Hoffhines & Ben Morabito

Floor Crew - Michael Caplan, Ben Morabito, & Elizabeth Hoffhines

Crew Leadership

Stage Manager -  Henry Blasingame

Student Scenic Designer - Katherine Connolly

Student Lighting Designer - Kirsten Krieman

Props Master - Reagan Maydew

Student Sound Designers - Elijah Barker & Owen May

Construction Crew

Alberto Ayerza, Elijah Barker, Michael Caplan, Katherine Connolly, Ben Frydman, Lucy Gale, Cara Hall, Elizabeth Hoffines, Kirsten Krieman, Owen May, Reagan Maydew, Ben Morabito

 

Bring it On: the Musical

Music: Tom Kitt & Lin-Manuel Miranda

Libretto: Jeff Whitty

Lyrics: Amanda Green & Lin-Manuel Miranda

Director: Ryan Dunn

Music Dir: David Ladd

Choreographer: Jennifer Cupani

Pit Director: Matt Temple

Designer/Technical Dir: Anders Jacobson

Sound Designer: Grover Hollway

Costumes and Props: Sue Romanelli

DECEMBER 3 -- 7 PM PERFORMANCE

DECEMBER 4 & 5 -- 4:30 PM PERFORMANCES

DECEMBER 6 -- 7 PM PERFORMANCE

DECEMBER 7 -- 4:30 PM PERFORMANCE

DECEMBER 8  -- 2 PM PERFORMANCE

Bring It On is a story about cheerleading and the drive to win nationals. Beyond this, though it is a story about striving for equality in an unfair world. Campbell is a student at the very affluent Truman High School who leads her cheer squad when district lines are suddenly redrawn and she finds herself being transferred to the inner city school of Jackson High. There is no cheerleading at this school, and the opportunities available at this school are sparse when compared with Truman. Campbell approaches the Dance Team at Jackson and tries to convince them to start a cheerleading squad. They are resistant, but when Campbell lies and says the winning team at Nationals has given college scholarships the Jackson High students, seeing this as a path to be able to attend college, are in. As they prepare for Nationals and competition with Truman High Campbell has to get her team ready and keep her deception about the rewards for winning a secret. Along the way, she learns about friendship,