High school. The time for figuring out who you are, and who you want to be, and how to get there. Were you the preppy good girl or the goth chick? The science geek or the stoner? The jock or the class president?
Or maybe you were like Veronica Sawyer: a girl on the fringes, trying to navigate her way unscathed between all of the different worlds where she finds herself.
Can it be done? Will Veronica - and everyone else - survive? Come find out when Genesius Theatre Reading presents "HEATHERS The Musical" Playing April 27th thru May 6th Tix & Info: www.GenesiusDifference.org...
Sphenopalatine ganglioneuralgia: a cold-stimulus headache, or as we more commonly know it, BRAIN FREEZE.
Veronica and J.D are both misfits who get off to a rough start, but bond over the wondrous effects of the deliciousness that is the Slurpee. But they have differences: Veronica wants to fit in with the status quo, while J.D. wants to blow it up. Literally.
Come find out who gets what they want … and who gets what they deserve, when Genesius Theatre Reading presents "HEATHERS The Musical" Playing April 27th thru May 6th Tix & Info: www.GenesiusDifference.org...
Today, April 19, marks 43 years since the passing of Genesius' founder, Jane Simmon Miller. 1923 - 1975
A word from our Artistic Producer, Larry Fecho:
"One of the greatest women I have ever known! ! I miss you lady! I so wish you were here to see how far Genesius has come and knew how many young actors lives you have touched! And to think it just started as a dream... a thought... a hope... in your brilliantly creative brain."
"Jane died on the closing Saturday night of our production of “Cabaret” - April 19 - That was so Jane! The final lyrics of the finale are “Auf wiedersehen! A bientot! Good night!” - At the time of her passing she was directing “Plain Betsy” —- oddly or Godly it was the first show she ever directed and the last one as well!"
An excerpt from "Genesius The Musical" by Larry Fecho & Michael O’Flaherty:
“Then out of the blue, something happens to you... there’s a friendly face... a hand extended in love...” ...