Join us on August 21, 22, 23 at 8:00 p.m. or August 24 at 3:00 p.m. for a 7A production of Noah Haidle's Mr. Marmalade, a dark comedy about what it takes to grow up in difficult times. Meet Lucy, a four-year-old girl with a very active imagination; her imaginary friend, Mr. Marmalade; and her only real friend, Larry, the youngest suicide attempt in New Jersey history. Mature subject matter. Tickets are free to members of The Footlight Club and $5 for general admission. Tickets are available at the door on the date of the performance or may be reserved in advance by emailing Tickets.
Tickets are now available for Frankenstein, Victor Gialanella's adaptation of Mary Shelley's classic novel. Directed by Shane Fuller. Show dates: September 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, and 27, 2014 @ 8:00pm.
The comprehensive evaluation of Eliot Hall, funded in part by a $25,000 matching grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, has been completed. Thank you to all who contributed to the matching fund so that we could produce a priority roadmap for the building! Needs highlighted include: update of the fire protections systems, accessibility, and electrical and mechanical upgrades. WE NEED YOUR HELP! Click here for more information or to donate.
You can support The Footlight Club when you shop at Amazon.com. Simply start your shopping at Smile.Amazon.com and enter the Footlight Club as your charitable organization. For every purchase you make at Amazon, they will make a donation of 1/2% of your total purchase. We appreciate your support. Happy shopping!
Congratulations to photographer Matt McKee who participated in the Design Competition at EMACT's 58th Annual Drama Festival, held in Tewksbury, MA in June. On behalf of The Footlight Club, Matt received an Outstanding Certificate from the adjudicators for his posters and collateral materials for Footlight productions of August: Osage County, Parade, Reckless and Spamalot. We are very thankful for Matt's enormous talent and effort on behalf of the Footlight Club!
The Footlight Club's historian, Paul Campbell, joined forces with The Boston Public Library to gather an amazing collection of historic Footlight programs going back to the 1800's and make them accessible online! Scanned in high-resolution images and searchable, this wonderful archive is available free of charge at BPL Footlight Club Program Archive. Stop by and check it out!