STU Tommies Women's Soccer Fundraiser Event - Dinner Theatre “Brunswick Bollywood” Set for Sept. 16
Published: Wednesday, Aug 8, 2012
St. Thomas University Women’s Soccer program have partnered up with Madrigal Players Production for a fundraising event for the STU women’s soccer program.
The fundraising event is a Dinner Theatre titled “Brunswick Bollywood”. The event will be held on Sunday, September 16th at 6:30 pm (doors open at 6:00 pm) at the Fredericton Inn. Tickets are $30.00 (includes the show and a 3-course meal with chicken as the main course). There will also be a few items that will be auctioned off during the show.
Tickets can be purchased at Fredericton Inn, St. Thomas University Athletics Department at J.B. O’Keefe Gymnasium or from Macky Singh (STU Tommies Women’s Soccer Head Coach) 506-206-1375 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The STU Tommies women’s soccer players will be serving the meals and selling auction tickets during the show. All proceeds shall be shared between STU Tommies Women’s Soccer Program and the Madrigal Players.
The Fredericton Inn is a proud supporter of STU Tommies Women’s Soccer program.
Please come out and enjoy an entertaining and fun show loaded with full of laughter, music, dancing and a great meal while an opportunity to meet and mingle with the STU Tommies Women’s Soccer players.
Preview of the Show
Brunswick’s Bollywood is a comical story of a new private school in Northern New Brunswick trying to attract international students. The head mistress is young and inexperienced and it seems as though the school -- Brunswick Academy -- is doomed for failure if enrolment continues to decline. The school had not been able to gain success in academics or athletics. It does have a strong music and dance program but the instructors’ modern methods are criticised by the nuns who live next door to the school. The nuns, all retired school teachers, are quick to offer advice to the school’s headmistress and athletic director. Sister Chastity offers a program that promotes discipline to both staff and students. The athletic director hopes that the school will be able win some events in the upcoming private school Olympics. There are great hopes for the cricket team lead by Prof. G who is a new grad of Oxford. Prof. G soon reveals that he isn’t just an all-star cricket player but a wonderful marketer. His father’s connections as a Bollywood director give Prof G an exciting vision for Brunswick Academy’s recruitment drive.
The music for the show is as eclectic as the characters. The nuns sing “Dona Nobis Pacem”. Sister Chastity belts out a well-know musical number “Sister’s”. The hockey coach leads the cast in a medley of Acadian folk songs, while the teaching staff contributes to well known pop songs such as “Grenade”, “Keep Holding On” and “Lean on Me”. The students serenade Prof G and their dance instructor with well known love songs to encourage their blossoming romance. The audience will be encouraged to sing along.
Brunswick’s Bollywood involves a cast of twenty children and adults and River Rhythm will be providing the music. Madrigal Players is a community musical theatre group and Brunswick Bollywood will be their fourth production.
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