This quote represents half of the applications Brown receives each year.
And you thought The Blog was good? Pack in more webseries madness by witnessing the series finale of College Hill’s other silver screen haven of Brunonians and mischief, Nothing Productive. Join the cast and crew Saturday at 8 p.m. at Kassar Fox Auditorium for a marathon showing of this season’s first four episodes, ending with the earth-shattering (seriously) fifth and final show. Written and directed by Kate Doyle ’12, Nothing Productive deals with such eternal human questions as: will our eight beloved characters ever manage to make their lives cohere? Will they sacrifice multiple animals, or just one paper crane? Will something…anything…be produced? It’s complete anarchy, but with cupcakes! (Plus, The Blog stars Nicholas Morley ’13 and Austen Hyde ’14 will dance across the screen tonight! #crosspollination.)
Producing a play is hell.
But that doesn’t mean it isn’t fun. And maddening. And gut-wrenching.
Do you want all these emotions, and a kickass ensemble cast to go with it? Then hit up Kassar Fox at 9 p.m. tonight and enjoy the debut of “Nothing Productive,” an original webseries chronicling the trials and tribulations of dysfunctional students trying to create functional… stuff. Eight people stuck in one room with an overload of chaos and questionable levels of sanity, attempting to make theater things happen — what could possibly go wrong? Written and directed by Kate Doyle ’12, executively produced by Andrew Favaloro GS, produced by Josh Bloom ’14, and starring the cream of Brown’s acting crop, “Nothing Productive” is, honest to God, the best thing you can do to pump yourselves up for Spring Weekend. You won’t get any work done anyways, so why not have a laugh or ten watching others do the same?
And then watch ours afterwards…