Ship Show

Casa House Productions

OVERVIEW

RUN TIME

55 mins

VENUE & STAGE

Hermit Club

Great Hall

SHOW TIMES

7/25 @ 9:00pm
7/26 @ 5:30pm
7/27 @ 4:00pm

DETAILS

Recommended For

Ages 14+

GENRE(S)

Comedy/Stand-up Comedy, Musical/Opera, Scripted Play

CONTENT WARNING

Fake blood

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SYNOPSIS

Sign Holder 1 and 2 are incredibly excited to be ensemble members in a new Titanic-based off-off-off Broadway show led by a temperamental and cranky lead. When the Lead Actor gets hurt onstage and seemingly disappears, the two decide to step into the spotlight and make the show their own despite historical inaccuracies. All hell breaks loose when the Lead returns to take back the show with his father, Elton John.

Written by Sophia Casa and Natalie Casa

Sophia Casa - Sign Holder 1
Natalie Casa - Sign Holder 2
Indira Katiyar - Lead Actor
Gregory Markgraf-Grimes - Elton John
Treva Offutt - Director
Forest Jerome-Williams - Stage Manager + Sound Board Operator
Owen Pinhasi - Light Board Operator
Lauren Hunder - Stagehand

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Additional Info

Sophia Casa is a rising sophomore at Northwestern University studying Journalism, Computer Science, and Theater. In her first year at the college, she has co-produced Carrie, assistant-produced Sunday in the Park With George, assistant-directed Falsettos, and assistant-set-designed Once. In her senior year of high school, she co-wrote and co-produced A Formal Night Evening with her sister Natalie, a one-night show that raised over 2,000 dollars for the Cleveland Kids Book Bank that was nominated for a Cleveland.com High School Standout Award for Best Performance. In her free time, she reports for WNUR News, created a podcast about the history of Playhouse Square (The Miracle on Euclid Avenue), and writes for Northwestern’s satire paper Flipside.

Natalie Casa is a rising sophomore at Denison University studying Cinema and Vocal Performance. In her first year at the college, she has written an original short play called Down the Rabbit Hole, acted in LMNOP, and took part in a Cabaret. In her senior year of high school, she co-wrote and co-produced A Formal Night Evening with her sister Sophia, a one-night show that raised over 2,000 dollars for the Cleveland Kids Book Bank that was nominated for a Cleveland.com High School Standout Award for Best Performance. In her free time, she sings with Denison’s co-ed acapella group DuWop and Chamber Singers, is a DJ at WDUB Radio, and runs a music blog called Ear Bites.

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