For their first event of the year, TCNJ Musical Theatre (TMT) held their first virtual Broadway Night on Tuesday, Mar. 16 at 8:30 p.m., giving members the perfect opportunity to showcase their talents.
“Little Shop” is a mix of drama, romance, comedy and adventure that creates one terrifying treat. Mr. Mushnik’s plant shop is financially failing, but when a plant appears and is captured after a solar eclipse, business begins to boom again as the plant grows. However, it appears that human blood is the only thing that satisfies the plant’s, Audrey II, hunger, and Seymour, a shop worker who falls for fellow worker Audrey, work together to save themselves from the blood sucking plant while keeping the business blossoming.
Members of TCNJ Musical Theatre awed audiences with incredible choreography and inspired music selections that dealt with a wide array of socially uncomfortable topics for five performances of the rock musical “Spring Awakening,” from Wednesday, March 28 to Saturday, March 31.
Six events were funded at this week’s Student Finance Board Meeting on Feb. 28. Additionally, Lauren Bsales, the current administrative director of SFB and a junior deaf education and iSTEM double major, was elected as next year’s executive director of SFB.
A vengeful barber, an immoral judge and a mysterious murder haunted the Kendall Hall Main Stage and captivated audiences during TCNJ Musical Theatre’s production of “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.”
Presented by TCNJ Musical Theatre, the musical consisted of two acts packed with 22 songs. Freshman physics major Cynthia Reynolds played the part of Elle Woods, a Delta Nu sorority president determined to win back her ex-boyfriend Warner. Woods embarks on a mission to show Warner, played by freshman business management major Anthony Sofia, that she can be serious, too, by enrolling in the same law school as him.