Our fantastic trip has come to a close. Words cannot describe how amazing the trip was for everyone, truly life changing. Today was a recovery day for everyone. A full day of traveling with three different time zone changes is intense. Photos will come starting tomorrow.
With only a slight delay Tuesday, we made it safely to London. Photos of our time spent in London and Stratford will come as soon as possible. Currently we’re at the Festival Fringe and it is crazy busy with so many shows! More info to come when possible:]
Today is the day we leave! The group is meeting at the school at eleven this morning (Tuesday, July 31, 2012) to take a bus down to the airport. Check Twitter, Facebook, or back here for updates on our trip. I’ll try to share as often at least once a day, but no guarantees. We land tomorrow morning in London! Wish us luck!
It is only two more weeks till the Indiana High School drama group will be landing in London! Our road to the Festival Fringe is coming to close, and we can’t believe it!
The lovely Mrs. Barbor has been sending out e-mail updates of what to pack, how much money to bring, what to expect, etc. We’ve had rehearsals every week during summer so that we are well prepared for performing internationally.
If you happen to be at the festival yourself or are curious about our location and times, check out this link! http://www.edfringe.com/whats-on/theatre/fables-here-and-then It is our show listing for the online Fringe catalog!
We will try to update and load pictures/videos of us each day, so keep checking the website! Also make sure to follow us on twitter @IHSgoestoFringe. Some days it will be easier to tweet updates than make a full blog post. Regardless, only two more weeks!! Eeeeeek!!
Tonight is out first performance of Fables Here and Then! We’re performing at the high school tonight and tomorrow. Our show starts at 8pm. Tickets are only $5, so come check us out!
^^Check us out here!
Make sure to come to our Drive Smart for Your School event on Saturday, April 28, 2012 at the Sr. High from nine to three! Basically, you come, drive a car, and we get paid! One person from household can participate. Must be 18 years or older and have a valid driver’s license. We’ll also wash your car while you wait and feed you! Come join us!
^^ We were in the Indiana Gazette! Read the article here!
To summarize, the Lively Arts will donate $1 from every ticket sold for the performance of Young Frankenstein! It will be performed on Monday, April 16 at 8 p.m. in Fisher Auditorium. Come see a great show and help support our road to Fringe!
The play that Mrs. Barbor has chosen to perform is Fables Then and Now. It is an ensemble show with the musicians as an integral part. We hope Scotland will love it! Here is the cast list:
Alec Ebeling (Music Director)
Assistant Stage Manager:
Here are the links to some the media we’ve been sending out. We have a general newsletter, a business letter for those interested in donating, and hopefully a video coming soon! Please take the time to read some of these documents. Thank you so much for your time!
The Road To Fringe Patronage Letter