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CALL TO AUDITION FOR ROBIN HOOD
Applications are Now Open for Robin Hood Staff!
ReThink Theatrical is calling for production staff for Robin Hood! We are looking for a Stage Manager and a Props/Costume Master. If you have experience in either of these fields, please fill out the Google Form (link HERE) and we will get back to you as soon as possible to potentially set up an interview.
Applications will close June 15th at 11:59pm.
If you have any questions about the production process or the responsibilities of these roles, please don't hesitate to email either of the directors of Robin Hood: Joe Ciampi (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Thomas Young (email@example.com)
Summer Workshop ReCap!
We had such a fun day of learning, bonding, and experiencing theater with likeminded individuals of all ages, backgrounds, and experience levels. Special thanks to our instructors (Joey Braccino, Marissa Aucoin, Danielle Durso, Julianna Pica, and Kason Jackson) and our Event Coordinator, Emily Reineke for all your hard work and passion in making this special project a success. Please enjoy these photos of the event, courtesy of Eddie Souaid.
ReThink to Team Up with the Rutgers Gardens Again!
ReThink Theatrical is proud to announce that it will be partnering with the Rutgers Gardens again to present an American Folk rendition of Robin Hood!
The show will run September 28-30 and October 5-7 and will be co-directed by Joe Ciampi (our Production Manager) and Thomas Young(our Artistic Director). Written by its directors and other members of the ReThink family, this original adaptation of an old classic will feature Americana-influenced music.
Auditions for this production will be in mid-July.
More information to come.
Our 2018 Season!
The ReThink team is proud to announce our 2018 Season! For the last three years we have been limited to one show per season, but with your support we are now able to bring you multiple productions in one year. They will be:
Stay tuned for more details about how to get involved with our exciting season and how to help bring free and accessible storytelling to our communities.
Thank you to all who came and supported Macbeth. This modern interpretation of an old classic used contemporary dance as a feature to help better interpret and relay the message of this bloody classic. The set and costumes contained elements of recycled plastic to reflect the accumulation of guilt, waste, and power for Macbeth over the course of the story. Working with a huge team, which included a Special Effects Makeup Artists, Percussionist/Composer, Costume Designer, Lighting Designer, Fight Choreographer, and Movement Director, the production marked the greatest feat in technical work and creativity in ReThink's history. Please enjoy photos from the event, courtesy of Justin Jajalla Photography and the archive page of the production below.
STAGES Supports Hurricane Maria Victims in Puerto Rico
With the help of our generous audiences, ReThink Theatrical's production, STAGES: a Legacy in Revue, was able to raise $1,263.80 to support the survivors of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. This money will be sent directly to the people of Barranquitas, Puerto Rico to assist multiple families who are currently living in a church due to the complete destruction of their homes by the Category 5 hurricane. ReThink Theatrical is humbled and honored that so many of you would give generously to these survivors, and we are proud to be a company that uses the arts to make a difference in New Jersey and across the globe.
If you are interested in giving further to this cause, please contact our Executive Director, Stephanie Bond at firstname.lastname@example.org
STAGES: a Legacy in Revue ReCAP!
We are truly grateful to everyone who attended our historical revue this year. We had quite the amazing turn out at "the 27" in North Brunswick and were able to raise money for both ReThink's continued missions of bringing accessible theatre to its community in addition to Hurricane Maria victims in Puerto Rico. If you didn't get a chance to see STAGES: a Legacy in Revue, please enjoy some select photos, courtesy of Justin Jajalla Photography. We are forever grateful to our friends at Jacobs Well, Yvonne's School of Dance, Rutgers' Asian American Cultural Center, Larry Fried Presents, and Cabaret Theatre for giving us an abundance of resources and support in order to make this unforgettable show a success.
Thank you so much to everyone who came out to experience this adventure with us! We were overwhelmed with the amount of people who came out to see our performance and are nothing but grateful to everyone who helped us along, especially The Rutgers Gardens. If you didn't get a chance to see WONDERLAND&YOU please enjoy some select photos, courtesy of Justin Jajalla Photography and Bruce Crawford. WONDERLAND&YOU has also received a "Student Merit Award" from the American Society for Landscape Architecture, NJ Chapter! This was submitted by the production's director Thomas Young, who is getting his masters degree in landscape architecture at Rutgers University. We're so grateful to the Rutgers Gardens, our design team, cast, and all of the "Alices" who came down the rabbit hole with us!
Thank you so much to everyone who came out to experience this adventure with us! We were overwhelmed with the amount of people who came out to see our performance and are nothing but grateful to everyone who helped us along, especially The Rutgers Gardens. If you didn't get a chance to see Midsummer please enjoy some select photos, courtesy of De La Vega Photography and Justin Jajalla Photography. See you in the Summer of 2016! Check out this article about us by TEDxNavesink and their Makers Series here!